10/02/25 Quick links about privacy and technology
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Google Buzz and privacy. Google Buzz and children. Google Buzz and security. Google and everything else. Transfer of EU banking data to the US. Privacy. Information security. Outlook Social Connector. PleaseRobMe. Everything else.
Quick links about privacy and technology
Google Buzz and privacy.
The Register: Schmidt defends Google Buzz despite tweaks aplenty
Sillicon Alley Insider: How Google went into "code red" and saved Google Buzz
Graham Cluley: A bad first week for Google Buzz
Wired Epicenter: Google tweaks Buzz after overblown privacy backlash
Techdirt; And,of course, class action lawsuit filed against Google over Buzz
DarkReading: Google acknowledges privacy issues with Buzz
Gartner: Google follows the usual "violate privacy; if caught, apologize; then offer opt out" path
The Guardian: Privacy group files FTC complaint against Google Buzz
Racingsnake: Google Buzz - what's the appropriate reaction?
CBC News: Privacy commissioner reviewing Google Buzz
MediaPost: Privacy advocates ask FTC to sanction Google
The Register: Google Buzz accused of EPIC FAIL
BBC News: Google admits Buzz social network testing flaws
Google.com: Danny Sullivan - The giant mess of mixing Gmail addresses with Google Buzz/profile names
Social hacking: Using Google Buzz can expose your Gmail address
Search engine land: Google may offer Buzz independently from Gmail
Ars technica: Google may separate Buzz from Gmail in light of the outcry over privacy issues
Sillicon Alley insider: WARNING - Google Buzz has a huge privacy flaw
MediaPost: Google Buzz publicly airs privacy confusion
MediaPost: Google revisits privacy controls on Buzz, again
Racingsnake: No such thing as bad publicity...?
Racingsnake: Privacy by design, privacy by default
TLF: Google Buzz is no "privacy nightmare" (unless you're a privacy paternalist)
The Register: Google Buzz leaves privacy concerns ringing in ears
NyT: Critics say Google invades privacy with new service
Ars technica: Google works to clean up Buzz privacy mess after launch
Google Buzz and children.
Concurring Opinions: Boyden on Google Buzz and Coppa
Concurring opinions: Still Buzzing, the under 13 set
Google Buzz and security.
The Register: Google Buzz exposes user geo location
ha.ckers: Google Buzz security flaw
Google and everything else.
Securiteam: Google and security. Oil and water. (Or: how to DoS Google groups)
SearchEngineLand: Google blurs the line between paid and unpaid results again
Transfer of EU banking data to the US.
Tech and law: Transfer of EU banking data to US - interim agreement rejected
Ralph Bendrath: European Parliament rejects bank data transfer to U.S.
The Register: MEPs to US - Hands off our bank accounts
Tech and law: De-anonymization illustrated; and guessing gender from web browser history
TLF: Privacy innovation - Adobe Flash supports private browsing & deletes Flash cookies
DarkReading: New report examines malware's origins, motivations
DarkReading: Proposal would hold software developers accountable for security bugs
DarkReading: DoD to issue stronger security guidelines to defense vendors
WSJ: Broad new hacking attack detected
The Register: Almost 2,500 firms breached in ongoing hack attack
Damballa: Top-10 Botnet outbreaks in 2009
DarkReading: The top 10 enterprise botnets
Outlook Social Connector.
Micosoft Outlook 2010: Outlook gets social with LinkedIn, Facebook and MySpace
The Register: Microsoft connects Web2.0rhea dots in Outlook... bitch
I'm not actually a geek: PleaseRobMe is the logical extension of our worst fears about location-based services
Graham Cluley: PleaseRobMe exposes danger of sharing too much information online
Techdirt: UK court finds that simply linking to infringing videos is not infringing
TLF: The government can monitor your location all day every day without implicating your Fourth Amendment rights
Javelin: Javelin study finds identity fraud reached new high in 2009, but consumers are fighting back
DarkReading: Consumers fighting back against identity fraud, study says
DarkReading: New technology offers secure electronic payment via mobile phones
Slate: Don't touch that dial! A history of media technology scares, from the printing press to Facebook
TLF: Excellent Slate article on techno-panics & fears of info overload
Wired Epicenter: Television will soon watch you (for instructions)
Techdirt: UK court says it has jurisdiction over racist material stored on California server... if content created in the UK
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