Tag Archives: privacy

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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This Week In Google 42: Tool Of The Week

Leo deletes his Facebook account live on TWIG #42, plus a larger discussion on privacy, openness, search, and identity. Talking heads this week are Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Gina Trapani, and Doc Searls. Continue reading

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TWIG 40: Palm Lives

Facebook privacy issues dominate much of This Week in Google #40. Talking heads this week are Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Gina Trapani, and Paul Thurott. Continue reading

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TWIG 39: Facebook Über Alles

Facebook connect dominates the discussion in This Week in Google #39. Continue reading

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Facebook’s Latest Privacy Hole: Event Lists

Some people report that they are able to see the public “events” that Facebook users have said they will attend – even if they person is not a “friend” on the social network. Continue reading

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