Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Privacy" (16)  

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has denounced privacy as a ‘social norm’ of the past as social networking's popularity continues to grow.

Link: www.telegraph.co.uk/(…)Facebooks-Mark-Zuckerberg-sa…

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In an interview in front of a live audience, the Facebook founder says if he were starting all over again, he'd make everyone's information public. Because that is the "social norm."

Link: news.cnet.com/8301-17852_3-10431741-71.html?tag=digg2

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Facebook thought it was making users aware of its privacy controls, but instead, the company sparked yet another controversy over how it broadcasts user information. Now, a complaint to the FTC says that Facebook is being deceptive with its new controls and that something should be done to correct it.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)ftc-complaint-says-facebooks-pri…

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Only bad people need privacy. Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google reckons that "if you have something that you don't want anybody to know, maybe you shouldn't be doing it in the first place."

Link: www.techradar.com/(…)why-facebook-and-google-hate-p…

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Yesterday, the web was buzzing with commentary about Google CEO Eric Schmidt's dangerous, dismissive response to concerns about search engine users' privacy.

Link: www.eff.org/(…)google-ceo-eric-schmidt-dismisses-pr…

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As of Wednesday, social networking supremo Facebook unveiled sweeping changes to its privacy options for users. The new privacy controls, particularly the recommended settings, have deployed the social network on the front line of the debate over data protection.

Link: www.dailyexpresso.co.uk/(…)facebook-exposes-users-a…

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As part of a new privacy campaign from the Center for Democracy and Technology, a new browser bookmarklet will let you flag privacy problems with a click, then have the reports forwarded to the Federal Trade Commission.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)website-invading-your-privacy-bo…

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In a late night post on Facebook's company blog, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a round of upcoming changes that will affect all users of the social network.

Link: www.readwriteweb.com/(…)how_facebooks_new_privacy_c…

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has just written an open letter to Facebook users regarding a privacy overhaul that is due to hit the ...

Link: www.techcrunch.com/(…)facebook-privacy-controls…

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A leading genetics company that has pioneered personal DNA testing in health assessments went bust today, raising privacy concerns about the sensitive data it holds.

Link: www.timesonline.co.uk/(…)article6920653.ece…

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Google's Street View has pushed Switzerland's privacy commissioner over the edge. His organization plans to take Google to court over what it considers to be egregious privacy violations on behalf of Swiss citizens after months of trying to negotiate with the company.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)google-street-view-going-to-cour…

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Google unveiled Dashboard, intended to give users a way to view -- and in modest ways limit -- the breadth of information the search giant collects about our online lives. You can manage which Google Documents you're sharing, edit your Gchat history, and clear out your search history that Google has stored about you. More transparency, but privacy?

Link: voices.washingtonpost.com/(…)poking_at_googles_priv…

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Proving just how much the housing market has gone through the floor, the go-ahead has been given for Britain's first underground mansion. Developers have announced plans for a £2m subterranean property, which will be entered via an unassuming door at ground level and descend up to 50ft below.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)Unveiled-Britains-2m-undergr…

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