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Facebook. ISPs as copyright police. Identity fraud. American Express is watching you. Targeted online advertising. New internet? Privacy in the UK. Data breaches. Everything else.
The Consumerist: Facebook's new terms of service - "We can do anything we want with your content. Forever."
NYT: Facebook's users ask who owns information
Concurring opinions: "Please trust us"- Facebook and control of personal data
Concurring opinions: The vexing problem of shared personal data
Techdirt: Facebook fans the flames of its TOS change overreaction
Datonomy: The writing's on the wall for Facebook data policy
The privacy, identity and consent blog: About Face for data ownership
The technology liberation front: Mixed feelings about latest Facebook privacy fiasco
The technology liberation front: Again, Facebook sparks controversy then bows to user pressure
ISPs as copyright police.
Andrew A. Adams and Ian Brown (SSRN): Keep looking - the answer to the machine is elsewhere
Techdirt: Research paper shows how useless it is to require ISPs to be copyright cops
Wired threat level blog: Stolen wallets, not hacks, caust the most ID theft? Debunked
American Express is watching you.
NYT: American Express kept a (very) watchful eye on charges
Emergent chaos: Three on the value of privacy
Targeted online advertising.
FTC: FTC staff revises online behavioral advertising principles
The technology liberation front: Targeted online advertising - what's the harm and where are we heading?
The technology liberation front: On simple privacy policies, free internet services, and "adequate notice"
NYT: Do we need a new internet?
Freedom to tinker: New internet? No thanks.
Techdirt: Can we stop asking for a new internet?
View from the bunker: A new internet?
Privacy in the UK.
The Guardian: Liberty in Britain is facing death by a thousand cuts. We can fight back
The Guardian: Rimington is right. this is a recipe for creating terrorists
The Register: Top MI6 spy - Terrorism less serious than bird flu
Blogzilla: Liberty is facing death by a thousand cuts
Schneier on security: Terrorism common sense from MI6
The Guardian: Data bill jeopardises confidentiality, say doctors' leaders
Datonomy: BMA criticizes information sharing proposals
Office of inadequate security: ICO takes enforcement action against Hastings and Rother PCT for data loss
Computerworld security: Where is the government on cybersecurity?
Wired threat level: Anonymous caller? New service says, no more
The technology liberaton front: Internet security conserns, online anonymity, and splinternets
EFF re-launches legal guide for bloggers
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