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As Donna is sunbathing, the Doctor goes on a day-trip.
Doctor Who: Midnight
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The EU telecoms package. Data breach legislation. Microsoft on privacy. Tools, not rules. Everything else.
Quick links about privacy and technology
The EU telecoms package.
Tech and law: EU telecoms package approved - internet access; privacy, data breach notification, cookies; net neutrality
Ars technica: EU adopts "internet freedom" provision on internet cut-offs
The technology liberation front: Finnishing what the Finns started: EU to adopt a "right" to broadband
PolicyBeta: Human rights and reframing three strikes - access to the internet = access to information
Europa - press releases: ePrivacy Directive close to enactment - improvement on security breach, cookies and enforcement, and more to come
Data breach legislation.
Wired threat level: National data breach laws move through Senate
Ars technica: Data breach notifications one step closer to law... again
The Register: Government consults on possible GBP 500,000 data breach fines
Microsoft on privacy.
Microsoft Privacy & Safety: Peter Cullen on privacy accountability
Microsoft Privacy & Safety: Privacy in the cloud computing era - a Microsoft perspective
Tools, not rules.
The technology liberation front: Privacy solutions part 7 - how anonymizers can empower privacy-sensitive users
The technology liberation front: Privacy solutions part 8 - the best anonymizer available - Tor, the TorButton & TorBrowser
BBC News: UK surveillance plan to go ahead
Techdirt: UK to require service providers monitor and store info on users
DarkReading: Corporate breaches increase chances of consumer ID theft, study says
PolicyBeta: Study - State databases putting children's personal info at risk
MediaPost: FTC urged to clamp down on data collection online
When IT meets politics: Towards realistic regulatory frameworks for identity
When IT meets politics: Who is the biggest threat to your privacy? Governmet, Google or the gossip next door?
PolicyBeta: P3P and the future of PETs
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