Passive sharing is passe: Why protecting privacy in the social sphere preserves value in the channel
Passive sharing is passe: Why protecting privacy in the social sphere preserves value in the channel
                                       

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Chicago city hall officials are in a bit of trouble for recording phone conversations with Chicago Tribune reporters without their consent. A city attorney is downplaying the incidents, insisting that there's no "widespread practice of such tapings" and promising that "steps are being taken" to prevent this from happening again....
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We’re four days away from the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco Hackathon. We’re crossing the t’s and dotting the lowercase j’s, and passing the savings onto you! But more importantly, we’ve been working very hard behind the scenes and pleased to bring you a bunch of new event information, including:...
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The privacy of our medical records is being sold off | Ross Anderson

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A new code claims to ringfence personal data held by hospitals and GPs. But it's clear that our anonymity is at riskIn December last year, David Cameron announced that it was "simply a waste" to have a health service like the NHS and not use the data it generated. "Let...
The privacy of our medical records is being sold off | Ross Anderson

Find out how the cloud is changing Europe

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Discover what you really need to know about the cloud at GigaOM’s Structure:Europe conference. We will discuss infrastructure from the chips up to the cloud and everything in between. Our early-bird rate expires this Saturday, Aug. 25, so register now to save €400! Here are just a few cloud stars...
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Next Week: The Senate Fights Over Whether It Can Take Away Your Online Privacy

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If you haven't been keeping up on all the politics of the cybersecurity bill fight over the past few weeks, a new bill was recently introduced that at least had some improvements concerning privacy (though it still had lots of problems). Yesterday, the Senate basically made it clear that they're...
Next Week: The Senate Fights Over Whether It Can Take Away Your Online Privacy

With Backing of Donors and Facebook, Don't Expect a Big CISPA Fight

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Letters: Liberal Democrat MPs stand up for data privacy

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Liberal Democrats have a proud history of defending civil liberties, both in opposition and more recently in a coalition government. We successfully opposed the Labour government's undermining of data privacy in 2009, and since taking office in 2010 we have turned back the tide of Labour's erosion of these liberties....
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MPs' warning over web surveillance legislation

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