What's the view from inside Google when it comes to your privacy? Former California State Sen. Liz Figueroa got an answer in 2004, when she proposed legislation that would allow users to opt out of targeted advertising in free email services,like ... PBS, 2 months ago
The first part of PBS's new Frontline documentary chronicling the rise of the U.S. surveillance state in the wake of 9/11 aired last week to broad critical acclaim, and was described assimply best and most important work of non-fiction television ...Daily Caller, 2 months ago
Long before Edward Snowden exposed how the government exploits personal data culled by Internet companies,, privacy advocates feared Google's methods of mining email content was a disaster in the making. Back in 2004, former California state Sen.National Journal, 2 months ago
Google and other Silicon Valley megacorps want us to trust them with our most sensitive and personal private information. They want us to believe that they only have our best interests at heart, and would never do anything to harm us. And of course ...PandoDaily, 2 months ago
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