Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

Congress loosens video privacy rules

Over the past few years, Facebook has changed the face of social media interaction on the web. Now, Netflix is asking Congress to help them join the bandwagon. At Netflix’s request, Congress is reviewing the Video Privacy Protection Act in an attempt to allow the movie streaming company to be able to display on Facebook what users are watching. Hemanshu Nigam, founder of SSP Blue, brings us more on the balance between privacy and the government’s right to investigate a crime. RT America LIVE Subscribe to RT America! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
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02 2013

Google privacy changes streamline personal info

Google is under scrutiny once again. Google’s latest privacy changes went into effect on Thursday and the search engine giant claims the modifications will make a more personalized internet surfing experience. Now all Google’s services such as Gmail and YouTube will now streamline into one profile. Critics believe these changes will allow the company to gather vast amounts of personal information on any given user. Conn Hallinan, columnist for Foreign Policy in Focus, joins us to give his taken on what Google is doing with this information. Like us and/or follow us:
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01 2013

Search Privacy

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Following the AOL case in which the company have published the search results of their users and severly exposed their privacy, this week’s illustration refers to the users search using search-engines and the search-engines search using users. Read more in the NYT

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07 2011

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