Stop getting spied on when you shop with these 7 ways to protect privacy There are plenty of good things about shopping online during the Holidays: no lines, no screaming children, no traffic, no crowds, no fitting rooms, and no ‘Jingle Bells’ playing endlessly on loudspeakers (unless you choose repeatedly play it in the privacy […]
Join MIT’s Cambridge Enterprise Forum Digital Media SIG to discuss online privacy. You’re Being Followed — Online Privacy Today This will be a panel discussion that presents an overview of the tracking industry as well as a discussion from both the consumer and corporate perspectives. Abine will be there on the consumer’s side. Come join […]
The EU plans to legally limit online personal data collection to “the minimum necessary” for websites to provide their services and require “transparent disclosure” on what, how, and where information is stored and used. As Digital Trends’ Geoff Duncan put it, “While much of the rest of the world is concerned with the complexity of […]
When it comes to keeping one-to-one messages private, is the Wiretap law wrong on rights? Keith Dawson’s recent article in IT World provides good commentary on how unclear the laws are that govern a person’s privacy on a social network’s messaging system. Sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter provide private messaging functions for friends to […]
Doc Searls post about the Data Bubble and the turning of the online advertising tide.