This Google Maps data throws a wrench in that scheme. That being said, this stuff is not being publicly displayed anywhere. The dashboard, as Google puts it, is meant to highlight “useful or interesting information from your existing location history.” I’ve reached out for comment about how the company might otherwise use this information.
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PCI DSS v3.0 seems to be getting really fussy about penetration testing, systems inventory. After all it is the QSA who decides if they accept the evidence, and i have found some QSA's to be more diligent than others.
Google today launched a new AdWords tool called Website Call Conversions, which lets advertisers identify and measure calls from their website that occur after an ad click. The company explains... Keep reading →
Google never stops to surprise me, their creativity in collecting our data and using it.
ITProPortal Facebook Privacy: 10 Settings To Check InformationWeek Over the years Facebook has had, shall we say, a "complicated" relationship with user privacy: It's dealt with privacy breaches, class-action lawsuits, and increasing pressure from...
You must protect your private info, no one else can.