“ A new Google Chrome browser extension lets email senders using Google accounts see when recipients open email, who exactly opened the email, and where the recipient is located. And sorry, but no, ...”
Back in 2011, we wrote about an Austrian citizen, Max Schrems, who asked Facebook to send all of the personal data that it held on him -- and received a CD-ROM with some 800 pages of it. Schrems and his organization, Europe v Facebook (EvF), are now...
It's one of the toughest problems facing any information-driven business today: How do you collect “big data” about anonymous groups of users or customers, while at the same time guaranteeing that you’re not also gathering “little data” about their private lives? Put differently, how do you convince any sensible person in [...]
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced on Monday that it is proceeding with an effort to reduce traffic accidents by creating a “Vehicle to Vehicle” wireless infrastructure (known as V2V) through which cars can communicate with each other while on the roads and automatically...
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