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United States made 13x more requests for Twitter users’ data than the next highest country, new transparency site shows
Twitter launched its redone transparency site in honor of Data Privacy Day today, publicizing how often law enforcement and others ask for user data and content takedowns. The site shows that Twitter got 1,858 requests for its users’ data in 2012. This data can include IP address, the GPS location of tweets, username, a user’s […]
The following is a guest post in honor of Data Privacy Day 2013 from Robin Wilton, who oversees technical outreach for Identity and Privacy at the Internet Society. Their tutorials about online identity and tracking are great, and we urge you to check them out! We are the raw material of the new economy. Data […]
This Monday (Jan. 28) is the 6th annual Data Privacy Day, a day dedicated to controlling your digital footprint and drawing attention to the privacy risks that people across the world encounter. Two privacy reports released this week by Microsoft and Google show that people have more cause than ever before to be concerned about online […]