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Who's Been Trafficking in Your Data?

Who's Been Trafficking in Your Data? | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

Consumers generally don't understand the risks of having their personal data floating around out there. A recent legal case filed in Ireland offers a hint of what some of the dangers are. In the lawsuit, Facebook was accused of creating "shadow profiles" of nonusers. Social media members who seek long-lost friends sometimes leave traces of their searches on the sites, including email addresses of nonmembers and the contents of messages to those individuals. The concern is that these data might include unverified information about nonmembers' "political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, sexual orientation, and so forth." Facebook categorically denies that it creates profiles of nonusers.

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Keeping Track of All the Facebook Anti-Tracking Lawsuits

Keeping Track of All the Facebook Anti-Tracking Lawsuits | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

Facebook's tracking scandal has mushroomed into a niche industry of sorts for privacy lawyers. The company now faces at least nine suits filed by people who oppose the company's use of cookie technology that tracks users' online activity even after they've logged out of their accounts. In general, the suits seek class-action status on behalf of Facebook's 150 million U.S.-based users and claim wiretapping violations.

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GPS Tracking Without a Warrant - Supreme Court Set To Decide

GPS Tracking Without a Warrant - Supreme Court Set To Decide | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

If police monitor a person with a GPS tracking device without a warrant, is it a violation of Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure? On Tuesday, November 8, the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments in a case The New York Times recently dubbed “the most important Fourth Amendment case in a decade.” The court’s ruling will have a far-reaching impact on society, and on law enforcement and warrantless GPS tracking practices.

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Tracking the Trackers: Where Everybody Knows Your Username

Click the local Home Depot ad and your email address gets handed to a dozen companies monitoring you. Your web browsing, past, present, and future, is now associated with your identity.
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