November 20, 2012

Privacy Roundup – 3rd Edition

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Today we bring you another edition of our ‘Privacy Roundup’. I would enjoy reporting that our online privacy is moving toward a better place but as you will read below – this is not the case. Unfortunately it seems as though our civil liberties have to be violated before we take notice. However, it is not all doom-and-gloom and positive strides are being made day in and day out by folks who don’t just care about their own privacy but yours as well.

So with no further ado, I present the following articles and posts surrounding the ever-peering online world in which we live:


US Government: You Don’t Own Your Cloud Data So We Can Access It At Any Time

Gaping hole in Google service exposes thousands to ID theft: Vast number of car insurance at risk by flow

How (and why) to surf the web in secret

Do Not Track finally arrives with Version 23 of Chrome

Megaupload Case Has Far-Reaching Implications for Cloud-Data Ownership Rights

How one law student is making facebook get serious about privacy

For those of you who celebrate American holidays, we want to wish you a very happy & healthy Thanksgiving holiday. We hope you spend it with those close to you and safe travels to your destination.

Until next time – stay ‘private’ my friends…