Category Archives: Google

Do We Need a “Do Not Track Me” List?

New Yorkers couldn’t miss the Orwellian message of this Consumer Watchdog ad attacking Google CEO Eric Schmidt and his company’s Internet privacy policies. A short version of the ad ran repeatedly Sept. 2 on a 540-square-foot JumboTron screen looming over Times Square. Continue reading

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TWIG 35: Protect “Right To Bear Data”

In This Week in Google #35, Leo Laporte says the Constitution’s second amendment should be amended to protect the right to bear data, not arms, to defend us against tyranny. TWIG 35 opens with a wide-ranging discussion of Intranet freedom and censorship following Google’s decision to pull out of China. Continue reading

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