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Apple adds new rules on children's apps to iOS developer guidelines

Apple adds new rules on children's apps to iOS developer guidelines | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Apps for under-13s must avoid behavioral advertising, include a privacy policy and get parental permission for in-app purchases and outbound links. By Stuart Dredge
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How many Chrome browser passwords could you pick in one minute?

How many Chrome browser passwords could you pick in one minute? | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Google has admitted that passwords are easy to access in its Chrome browser, but just how exposed does this leave its users? By Tim Pilgrim
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Russia brings in anti-net piracy law

Russia brings in anti-net piracy law | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Russia introduces a law that allows websites to be blocked if they do not remove copyright infringing content or links within 72 hours of being told of a complaint.
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The woman who nearly died making your iPad

The woman who nearly died making your iPad | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Aditya Chakrabortty: Tian Yu worked more than 12 hours a day, six days a week. She had to skip meals to do overtime. Then she threw herself from a fourth-floor window
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Google: don't expect privacy when sending to Gmail

Google: don't expect privacy when sending to Gmail | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Critics call revelation 'a stunning admission' as Google makes claim in court filing in attempt to head off class action lawsuit
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Bill Gates criticises Google's Project Loon initiative

Bill Gates criticises Google's Project Loon initiative | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
Former Microsoft chief says low-income countries need more than just internet access. By Stuart Dredge
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How the computer changed the office forever

How the computer changed the office forever | Ethics and ICT | Scoop.it
It was a British tea shop chain that developed the first computer for business use. Since then, the computer has rewired office workers' brains.
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