10/03/26 Quick links about privacy and technology
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ACTA. What Microsoft, Facebook and Comcast will tell the police about you. Net access as a fundamental right. Identity fraud. The NHS database. NASA v. Nelson. Google in Italy - analysis. Facebook location sharing. Facebook history. Privacy. Information security. Everything else.
Quick links about privacy and technology
KEI: 633 to 13, EU Parliament votes to make ACTA public, and more sensitive to civil liberties and consumer protection
Wired threat level: European Parliament rips global IP accord
Euractiv: Parliament threatens court action on anti-piracy treaty
Techdirt: Overwhelmng majority of EU parliament votes against ACTA
Michael Geist: Joint European Parliament ACTA transparency resolution tabled, vote on Wednesday
Techdirt: EU politicians get serious demanding ACTA transparency and no three strikes
Ars technica: European Parliament unites against 3 strikes, Acta secrecy
What Microsoft, Facebook and Comcast will tell the police about you.
PCWorld: Microsoft's spy guide - what you need to know
Preston Gralla: Leaked Microsoft intelligence document - here's what Microsoft will reveal to police about you
Preston Gralla: Leaked intelligence documents - here's what Facebook and Comcast will tell police about you
Schneier on security: Guide to Microsoft police forensic services
Net access as a fundamental right.
GigaOM: Net a "fundamental right", 4 out of 5 say
Concurring opinions: The right to the internet
Wired epicenter: Four in five consider web access a fundamental right
Ars technica: 80% says 'Net access fundamental right, split on regulation
Rob Walder: Identity theft - a true story to chill the heart
Tech and law: How to commit identity theft
Daily news tribune: companies must now secure all customer personal information
DarkReading: New Massachusetts data privacy law adds incentive for strong database security
The NHS database.
The Guardian: NHS database raises privacy fears, say doctors
Blogzilla: NHS continues attempt to destroy patient trust
The register: Doctors tell government to stop the health records roll-out
Light blue touchpaper: More on the SCR
NASA v. Nelson.
Concurring opinions: NASA v. Nelson - is there a constitutional right to information privacy?
Concurring opinions: NASA v. Nelson - the merits of the case
Google in Italy - analysis.
Carmelo Fontana: Italian Republic v. Google Video. Why was Google convicted?
IGP: A busy two weeks for Internet governance
The Huffington Post: Brandeis in Italy - the privacy issues in the Google video case
Techdirt: Did Google ignore a takedown on the Italian video?
Facebook location sharing.
NYT: Facebook will allow users to share location
MediaPost: Report - Facebook to add location-sharing
Business Insider: At last -- the full story of how Facebook was founded
Business Insider: In 2004, Mark Zuckerberg broke into a Facebook user's private email account
MailOnline: Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg 'hacked into emails of rivals and journalists'
Graham Cluley: did Facebook founder hack into journalists' private email accounts?
EFF: New "smart meters" for energy use put privacy at risk
MediaPost: High school reunion ruin - classmates.com sued over opt-out privacy setting change
Wired threat level: Classmates.com's Facebook mimicking prompts privacy suit
DarkReading: Voluntary breach disclosure rare but valuable
V3: RSA 2010 - Q&A with Bruce Schneier
RetailWeek: Securing payment data - the key to combatting card crime
View from the bunker: Importance of end-to-end encryption in the retail space
PCPro: Argos exposes customers' credit-card numbers in emails
The Register: Argos buries unencrpyted credit card data in email receipts
Microsoft Privacy & Safety: RSA 2010 - The need for workable cross-border regulatory frameworks
Ars technica: Why Google keeps your data forever, tracks you with ads
Wired epicenter: Beijing says it's working with Google to resolve dispute
Ars technica: Why ad blocking is devastating to the sites you love
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