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GPS, Privacy and the Supreme Court - TechNewsWorld

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CIO TodayGPS, Privacy and the Supreme CourtTechNewsWorldThe FBI would like to harvest information from Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites looking for criminals.
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Lucius on Security: Google's privacy policy strikes a freedom chord among Netizens

Lucius on Security: Google's privacy policy strikes a freedom chord among Netizens | Privacy protection | Scoop.it
RT @TIC_Security: Google’s privacy policy strikes a freedom chord among Netizens: There is much cry over the new Priva...
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Path privacy blunder could fall foul of Euro data penalties - SlashGear

Path privacy blunder could fall foul of Euro data penalties - SlashGear | Privacy protection | Scoop.it
Siliconrepublic.comPath privacy blunder could fall foul of Euro data penaltiesSlashGearSocial network Path has found itself at the eye of a privacy storm, with the revelation that the iPhone and Android apps have been automatically uploading users'...
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GPS, Privacy and the Supreme Court - TechNewsWorld

GPS, Privacy and the Supreme Court - TechNewsWorld | Privacy protection | Scoop.it
CIO TodayGPS, Privacy and the Supreme CourtTechNewsWorldThe FBI would like to harvest information from Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites looking for criminals.
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Watchdog sues FTC over new Google privacy policy - Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles TimesWatchdog sues FTC over new Google privacy policyLos Angeles TimesRather than take on Google, the Electronic Privacy Information Center is asking the court to block new information sharing and force federal regulators to protect...
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