Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

EU countries take action against Google

Written on April 4th, 2013 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Google’s new privacy policy is under legal attack from regulators in its largest European markets, who want the company to overhaul practices they say let it create a data […]

Web privacy tools to warn of internet tracking cookies

Written on February 18th, 2012 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Internet users will receive a warning if sites do not respect their privacy thanks to new tools being developed by the web’s standards setting body. The World Wide Web […]

Google cookies ‘bypassed Safari privacy protection’

Written on February 18th, 2012 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Google has been accused of bypassing the privacy settings of users of the Safari web-browser. The Wall Street Journal said Google and other companies had worked around privacy settings […]

Twitter privacy dispute for WikiLeaks

Written on February 10th, 2011 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Three people associated with the website WikiLeaks are asking a US judge not to force the social networking site Twitter to turn over data about whom they communicate with […]

Privacy Concerns Fail to Slow Social Activity

Written on June 30th, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Users fear ads more than identity theft Facebook, which stirred consumer privacy worries in spring 2010 with its rollout of new opt-out initiatives, has not experienced an exodus of […]

The ‘end of privacy’: Facebook founder

Written on January 12th, 2010 by Mike Andrewno shouts
Tweet Here’s a story as featured on ninemsn.com.au today and I thought you would find it interesting: Notions of privacy have radically shifted due to the popularity of social networking […]