Tag: privacy

Google Douses Privacy Fire — InformationWeek

Google Douses Privacy Fire — InformationWeek. Recent remarks by Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a CNBC interview have set off a firestorm among privacy advocates: Passing on the opportunity to explain to Bartiromo the difference between trusted friends and multi-billion dollar search advertising companies, Schmidt responded, “I think judgment matters. …If you have something that
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Why I’m Not A Fan Of Facebook

I’m still wary about social networking. I’m in LinkedIn for professional reasons, but haven’t gotten into the Facebook, MySpace, Twitter stuff. First of all, they pull crap like changing the Terms of Service without giving you a chance to opt out: The Palo Alto-based social networking company now says in its terms of service that
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