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FTC Recommends Limits on Data Collection Via Internet of Things

By Elizabeth Dwoskin Internet-connected wearables, cars, thermostats, ad infinitum are all the rage in Silicon Valley. But those devices can come with security and privacy holes that leave consumers exposed, regulators warned. In a ... iMarketReports, 1 day ago
Perl Developer's Journal

The All-Time Top 150 i-Technology Heroes

>>> Here is the original Slashdotted article with the first hundred names <<< Okay hold onto your hats, our final list is now ready: here are the All-Time Top 150 i-Technology Heroes according to SYS-CON's globe-girdling network of editors, ...
 Perl Developer's Journal5 days ago
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Adorable Article From 1990 Warned That Marketers Were Buying Your Data

Do you ever worry about what Google and Facebook are doing with all of your personal information? Well, they worried about all that stuff in 1990 too. Only the people of that era were concerned that it was being sold to marketers on computer disks.
 Gizmodo5 days ago
Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights

Google's position makes no sense: Opposing view

There is a lot of confusion in the United States about last year's privacy decision in Europe. The European court saidGoogle, a commercial search provider that gathers personal information, should remove links to private information when asked, ...
 USA Today5 days ago European Action Focuses Debate On Right To Be Forgotten  Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights1 month ago EU May Ask Google to Extend 'Right to Be Forgotten' Beyond Europe  EWeek2 months ago GOOGLE 'C' : EU May Ask Google to Extend 'Right to Be Forgotten' Beyond Europe  4 Traders2 months ago

State of the Union: Ready for bipartisan cyber action

credit: Flickr/White House Photo by Pete Souza When President Obama delivers his seventh State of the Union address tomorrow night, cybersecurity plans will be one of many topics but cyber action is at the top of a short bipartisan to do list . ...
 Government Technology US1 week ago A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the State of the Union  Benton Foundation1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

How Google Glass was humbled

You won't have Glass to kick around anymore. At least not for a while. On Thursday, Google announced that it would stop selling its much ridiculed Google Glass smart glasses, and that the product would no longer be developed in Google X, the ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Glass humbled as Google learns perils of bringing new hardware to market  WA Today1 week ago Google plans to start creating child-friendly services in 2015  Christian Today1 month ago Google revamp for tweens and under  USA Today1 month ago
Christian Science Monitor

Privacy advocates say NSA reform doesn't require 'technological magic'

Just because a new federal report found no software solution to recreate the full scale of current National Security Agency surveillance does not mean that's the right policy, privacy pros say. President Obama spoke at a news conference with British ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 week ago

Google Patents Method for Enabling Private Browsing Automatically

Users will not need to take any explicit action to open a page in incognito mode, the patent says. Internet users who want to surf the Net in incognito mode usually have to explicitly enable the appropriate privacy settings in their browser to ...
 EWeek1 week ago

Obama Breach Proposal Draws Criticism From Many Camps

NEWS ANALYSIS: Many players in the security and privacy space welcome White House attention to the problem of data breaches, but few agree with it completely. The latest proposal from President Barack Obama regarding legislation that the White ...
 EWeek2 weeks ago
US News & World Report

Obama May Face Surveillance Pressure During UK State Visit

President Barack Obama faces a tougher audience on government surveillance reform this year from a Republican-controlled Congress and the FBI as recent terror attacks could fuel arguments that broad spying is necessary for national security. Prime ...
 US News & World Report2 weeks ago
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