Gordon Platt

Gordon Platt


Registered on Friday the 28th of May, 2010

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Posts by Gordon Platt ¬

  1. Dec 10, 2015Don’t Be Duped! Digital Holiday Gifts Can Be Counterfeit Too
  2. Nov 19, 2015Surprise! Google Gives Itself a Gold Star on Digital Rights
  3. Nov 10, 2015Belgian Privacy Commission Forces Changes on Facebook
  4. Nov 2, 2015Why Does Google’s Innovation Fail on Every Copyright Issue?
  5. Oct 28, 2015Aurous Digs Itself a Deeper Legal Hole
  6. Oct 19, 2015Google Goes All In On Intrusive Eyewear
  7. Oct 12, 2015California Paves the Way for Greater Digital Privacy Rights
  8. Oct 7, 2015Ad Blockers: Privacy Risk or Potent Protection?
  9. Oct 1, 2015Advertisers Under Piracy Pressure From An Unusual Source
  10. Sep 25, 2015As Pope Francis Visits the US, Google’s 7 Deadly Sins Against Copyright
  11. Sep 23, 2015TAG Gains Momentum Fighting Ad Malware and Piracy Sites
  12. Sep 8, 2015Publishers Push Back Against Amazon as Ebook Sales Fall
  13. Aug 28, 20151 Billion Facebook Logins in a Day, But What Are We Giving Away?
  14. Aug 24, 2015Ashley Madison: From the Internet’s “Last Private Space” to Public Property
  15. Aug 11, 2015Owned by Alphabet, Google Still Doesn’t Understand Two Letters: IP
  16. Aug 3, 2015Repulsive Content on YouTube? We Smell a RAT
  17. Jul 30, 2015Facebook Fights EU Again Over Its ‘Real Names’ Requirement
  18. Jul 24, 2015Copyright Revisions: Don’t Believe All You Hear! (But Do Express Your Creative Opinion)
  19. Jul 16, 2015Classic Rock Artists Lead the Charge for Consent-Driven Copyright
  20. Jul 2, 2015Selfie Service? Why You May Soon Pay With Your Face
  21. Jun 25, 2015No Hiding Online, As Facebook Figures Out How to Pick You Out of a Crowd
  22. Jun 18, 2015High Profile Hacks Flag the Need for Multi-Factor Authentication
  23. Jun 9, 2015At WWDC 2015, Apple Puts Privacy at the Core of New Products
  24. Jun 5, 2015It’s Time to Check Tech’s Tacit Acceptance of Content Theft
  25. Jun 1, 2015TVEyes: Fair Use is Not a Business Model
  26. May 26, 2015Another Million Milestone for DMCA Insanity
  27. May 20, 2015Florida’s Attempt to Disarm Digital Pirates
  28. May 18, 2015Just How Far Does Google’s FTC Influence Go?
  29. May 14, 2015Unwanted Records Keep Coming for Game of Thrones
  30. May 5, 2015Twitter’s Dick Costolo is a Bad Winner During Big Fight Piracy
  31. Apr 28, 2015Live Streaming Apps: Piracy’s New Frontier?
  32. Apr 20, 2015New Coalition Highlights Piracy’s Impact on Independents
  33. Apr 11, 2015Time to Bury the Bureaucracy of Removing Pirated Content
  34. Apr 1, 2015Under Scrutiny: Google’s Glaring Hypocrisy Over Innovation
  35. Mar 25, 2015Taylor Swift’s Preemptive Porn Seizure Highlights TLD Issue
  36. Mar 18, 2015With Windows 10, Microsoft Gives a Free Pass to Pirates
  37. Mar 10, 2015ICANN Do No Wrong, the Mantra of Internet Activists Who Disregard IP
  38. Mar 4, 2015Is Privacy Really Possible on Facebook, or Any Social Network?
  39. Feb 24, 2015Birdman Swoops to an Oscar (and Sees Piracy Levels Soar)
  40. Feb 18, 2015Cyber Security: The Future of Protecting IP & the U.S. Economy
  41. Feb 13, 2015A (Satisfyingly) Tough Week for Torrent and Piracy Sites
  42. Feb 10, 2015TAG Initiative Helps Advertisers Take Aim at Rogue Sites
  43. Feb 4, 2015Cyberlockers Bank on Major Payment Brands Looking the Other Way
  44. Jan 30, 2015Canadian Surveillance Puts File-Sharing Sites in the Spotlight Again
  45. Jan 23, 2015Not Password Protected (But Users Are Improving)
  46. Jan 14, 2015Mo’ Piracy, Mo’ Money Problems for Mobile App Developers
  47. Jan 8, 2015Another Day, Another (Million) Piracy Sites to Process
  48. Jan 5, 2015A New Era of Digital Connectivity (and Vulnerability?)
  49. Dec 31, 2014Facebook Year in Review Falls Flat for Many Users
  50. Dec 22, 2014Madonna Pulls No Punches with Pirates Over Album Leak
  51. Dec 17, 2014The Pirate Bay is Down, But Piracy is Not Out
  52. Dec 12, 2014Fury Over Annie: What the Sony Hack Shows Us About Piracy
  53. Dec 9, 2014Privacy Law is a Muscle We Need to Flex
  54. Dec 4, 2014In Hacking Cases, Our “Cyber Pearl Harbor” Is Still to Come
  55. Dec 1, 2014Less Cyber Monday, More Cyber Attack for Stolen Sony Pictures
  56. Nov 24, 2014Steve Jobs’ Publishing Strategy is Imprinted on Apple’s Ebook Settlement
  57. Nov 19, 2014For Google, Getting Into Your Business Is Big Business
  58. Nov 14, 2014Have Publishers and Amazon Truly Buried the Hachette?
  59. Nov 11, 2014Cross-Border Cooperation Brings Down 400+ Dark Web Sites
  60. Nov 7, 2014Google Feels Marvel’s Evil Eye After New Avengers Leak
  61. Nov 5, 2014Final Pirate Bay Founder Arrested for Copyright Infringement
  62. Oct 29, 2014Piracy Sites Sink Following a Surprise from Google
  63. Oct 23, 2014Digitally Insecure? Why We’re Our Own Worst Enemy
  64. Oct 21, 2014Here’s What’s Wrong with SoundCloud
  65. Oct 20, 2014A Cautious Welcome for Google’s Latest Anti-Piracy Action
  66. Oct 16, 2014HBO Announcement Sets Up a Banner Year for Entertainment
  67. Oct 14, 2014Dropbox Drops the Ball on Storage Security… Or Did It?
  68. Oct 8, 2014Ghosts in the Social Media Machine: Can Privacy Sell New Sites?
  69. Oct 2, 2014As Pirate Sites Go Mobile, Malware Will Follow
  70. Sep 29, 2014Real World Reminders that Pirates Do Pay
  71. Sep 23, 2014How Many More DMCA Milestones Before Google Gets Serious About Piracy?
  72. Sep 18, 2014Cyberlockers Use Credit Cards to Make Millions Off of Piracy
  73. Sep 17, 2014Thanks to Google, Kate Upton’s Nude Photo Hack Lives On
  74. Sep 10, 2014Setting the Scene, Hollywood Goes “Beyond the Red Carpet”
  75. Sep 2, 2014Apple’s “Low Tech” Hack of Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande
  76. Aug 26, 2014102 Years Ago, Copyright Sparked Moviemaker’s Minds
  77. Aug 22, 2014In a Post-Aereo World, What Next for “TV Everywhere?”
  78. Aug 19, 2014The Problem with “Piracy is a Pretty Good Deal”
  79. Aug 14, 2014Copyright, a Time-Honored Tradition
  80. Aug 7, 2014Intellectual Property as a Human Right
  81. Aug 5, 2014Why the Pre-Release Movie Piracy Excuses Ring Hollow
  82. Jul 30, 2014British IP Police Aim to Cut Off Piracy at the Source
  83. Jul 28, 2014Expendables 3 Pre-Release Leak Must Prompt an Anti-Piracy Pushback
  84. Jul 25, 2014Creative Content UK Drops Strikes, Emphasizes Education
  85. Jul 21, 2014The Populist Fantasy World of Kim Dotcom
  86. Jul 18, 2014The Aereo Pivot Fail
  87. Jul 17, 2014Google Becomes “The Man” in DC
  88. Jul 16, 201423andMe Shot Itself in the Foot
  89. Jul 14, 2014Maturing Markets Begin to Shun Content Piracy
  90. Jul 8, 2014Facebook Privacy Intrusion Will Widen Gap Between U.S. and Europe
  91. Jul 7, 2014Aereo: Disruption or Theft?
  92. Jul 2, 2014Aereo and the Fourth of July
  93. Jun 30, 2014Madison Avenue and the Copyright Wars
  94. Jun 25, 2014Aereo Supreme Court Case Ends in Defeat for Unlicensed Rebroadcasting
  95. Jun 23, 2014Be Afraid: Hedge Fund Hacks and the Little Guy
  96. Jun 20, 2014Walking Dead and Game of Thrones Piracy Highlights Need for Stricter Filters
  97. Jun 17, 2014YouTube And Credit Card Fraud
  98. Jun 12, 2014Kim Dotcom: Steal from the Poor & Give to the Paranoid
  99. Jun 6, 2014Facebook Privacy? They’re Finally Listening to You (Literally)
  100. Jun 3, 2014Anti-Piracy and Arrests: Chasing Down the Pirate Bay
  101. May 27, 2014Online Video Ad Market Falls Victim to Fraud
  102. May 23, 2014Facebook Privacy Needs More Than a Mascot to Protect Users
  103. May 22, 2014Probing the Shady Side of Google Now
  104. May 19, 2014Malvertising Plagues Bad Ads and Piracy Sites
  105. May 15, 2014Popcorn Time Malware & Wars: No Honor Among Thieves
  106. May 12, 2014Curbing the Social Media Mob Mentality
  107. May 8, 2014Tech’s Biggest Brand Names Stumble Towards Ad Scams Action
  108. May 5, 2014Joe Biden Goes to Bat for U.S. “Ideas Business”
  109. May 1, 2014May Day, May Day! Even Communists Need Copyright Laws
  110. Apr 28, 2014With House of Cards Piracy, Kevin Spacey Changes Tack in India
  111. Apr 23, 2014Congress to Advertisers: New Tech Can Attack Ad-Supported Piracy
  112. Apr 22, 2014Aereo – Too Clever By Half
  113. Apr 18, 2014Where Aereo PR Says “Protect My Antenna,” Others Say “Pay for Content!”
  114. Apr 14, 2014Google Lobbying Greases the Wheels of Innovation with a Mix of Old and New
  115. Apr 10, 2014Conflicting Heartbleed Advice Gives Users Heartburn
  116. Apr 9, 2014Kim Dotcom’s Mega Problems Are Now ‘Massive’
  117. Apr 7, 2014Game of Thrones Season 4 Premiere Shows the Best and Worst of Digital Entertainment
  118. Apr 3, 2014Fuel to the Fire: Amazon Adds to the Fragmentation of TV
  119. Apr 1, 2014Dropbox Piracy and the Thin Blue Line for File Sharing Sites
  120. Mar 27, 2014Popcorn Time, Piracy and the New York Times
  121. Mar 26, 2014Crazy for Copyright: Steven Tyler Comes to the Capitol
  122. Mar 20, 2014MP3Tunes Ruled Liable for Copyright
  123. Mar 18, 2014YouTube, Viacom and the Independent Producer
  124. Mar 17, 2014Entertainment 3.0: Accessible + Reliable = Successful
  125. Mar 13, 2014Takedown vs. Stay Down: Dissecting the DMCA in D.C.
  126. Mar 12, 2014Popcorn Time Piracy with a Side of Kim Dotcom
  127. Mar 10, 2014RuPaul Decoy Album is Anti-Piracy Entertainment
  128. Mar 3, 2014Oscars 2014: Victims of Content Theft Aren’t On the Red Carpet
  129. Feb 26, 2014Hopes Are High for International IP Protection Under New Homeland Security Secretary
  130. Feb 25, 2014Piracy KO: How Many Strikes Should Equal Out?
  131. Feb 20, 2014NBCU Counsel Sees Unpleasant Future Without Anti-Piracy Improvements
  132. Feb 18, 2014Rampant Piracy Will Put Latest ‘Google Tax’ to the Test
  133. Feb 13, 2014The Other Problem with Pirate Sites
  134. Feb 11, 2014Dream Off? Steven Tyler, Dr. Dre and More Line Up Against Compulsory Music Licensing
  135. Feb 10, 2014“Dumb Starbucks” and Fair Use
  136. Feb 6, 2014Conservatives and Copyright
  137. Feb 5, 2014Boom or Bust? Weighing the Possibilities for Facebook’s Second Decade
  138. Feb 3, 2014GoldieBlox Goes to the Big Game
  139. Jan 30, 2014Prince Drops Copyright Suit
  140. Jan 29, 2014State of the Union 2014: Heavy on Civility, Light on Civil Liberties
  141. Jan 29, 2014@HistoryInPics Builds Massive Twitter Audience on Pirated Photos
  142. Jan 27, 2014Prince Fires Back at His Facebook Fans Over Concert Bootlegs
  143. Jan 23, 2014AdTech and Piracy
  144. Jan 22, 2014Fragile Freemium: LogMeIn Logs Users Out For Good
  145. Jan 21, 2014Kim Dotcom Launches Pay Per Play Music
  146. Jan 16, 2014EFF Misses the Nuance of Digital Ownership
  147. Jan 14, 2014As Google Buys Nest, Could Fadell’s Dream End Up a Nightmare?
  148. Jan 13, 2014Aereo – If it Walks Like a Duck and Quacks Like a Duck, It’s Stolen Content
  149. Jan 10, 2014Kanye West Fails to Find the Fun in Coinye, His Cryptocurrency ‘Parody’
  150. Jan 9, 2014On Watch for New Security Systems at CES 2014
  151. Jan 6, 2014Kim Dotcom’s Bond Villain Fantasies Come True
  152. Jan 5, 201460 Minutes Kim Dotcom Profile Blurs Facts and Fiction
  153. Jan 2, 2014How to Protect Your Online Privacy and Financial Data in 2014
  154. Dec 30, 2013The Fight for Copyright in 2013 and the New Year
  155. Dec 23, 2013Federal Prosecution Lifts the Veil on Kim Dotcom and Megaupload
  156. Dec 19, 2013Privacy, Tor and the Harvard Bomb Hoax
  157. Dec 17, 2013What You Need to Know About the NSA Privacy Decision
  158. Dec 16, 2013Cryptocurrencies Ride a Rising Wave
  159. Dec 13, 2013Fighting The Temptation of Piracy
  160. Dec 11, 2013NSA Surveillance of Video Games Turns Covert to Comedy
  161. Dec 10, 2013Trans-Pacific Partnership Pact And “Fast-Track” Approval
  162. Dec 9, 2013“Operation Creative” Cracks Down on UK Pirate Sites
  163. Dec 3, 2013Apptricity Defends Copyright Against an Unlikely Foe
  164. Nov 26, 2013Digital Digest: YouTube Spam Surges, Google Fights Back and More Headlines As You Head to Lunch
  165. Nov 25, 2013Beastie Boys Sued to Allow Use of “Girls” in Viral Video
  166. Nov 25, 2013Digital Digest: Beastie Boys Take Issue with ‘Girls’, Bitcoin Bank Heist and More Lunchtime Headlines
  167. Nov 22, 2013Digital Digest: ‘In Case You Missed It’ Edition
  168. Nov 21, 2013Privacy: Anomaly or Personal Right?
  169. Nov 21, 2013Digital Digest: Smartphone Privacy,Copyright Fines and More Lunchtime Reads
  170. Nov 20, 2013Digital Digest: Macy’s to Track Shoppers, a Wikipedia Crackdown and More Headlines for Your Lunch Reading
  171. Nov 19, 2013MPAA Seeks to Marry Content to Tech
  172. Nov 19, 2013Digital Digest: Google Pays Up for Privacy Breach, Trillions for Copyright and More Lunch Time Headlines
  173. Nov 18, 2013Coin — A Case Study in Hype
  174. Nov 18, 2013Digital Digest: Record-Breaking Deals, Aereo Anger and More Headlines to Look Over for Lunch
  175. Nov 15, 2013Digital Digest: In Case You Missed It Edition, Fri. November 15th
  176. Nov 14, 2013WikiLeaks Gets Copyright (And Civics 101) Wrong
  177. Nov 13, 2013The Growing Patchwork of U.S. Privacy Laws
  178. Nov 11, 2013NMPA Puts Lyrics Piracy In Its Sights
  179. Nov 7, 2013Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy Anti-Pirate Message
  180. Nov 6, 2013StreamNation – Legal Sharing or Aid to Piracy?
  181. Oct 30, 2013European Spying – Theater of the Absurd
  182. Oct 29, 2013Security for All: Encryption Must Hit Critical Mass to Make a Difference
  183. Oct 22, 2013Snapchat Privacy Proposition Comes Under Attack
  184. Oct 18, 2013Copyright 101 – If It Doesn’t Belong to You, It’s Not Yours
  185. Oct 17, 2013Copyright Infringement as a Growth Industry
  186. Oct 15, 2013Another Privacy Storm is Brewing for Facebook and Google
  187. Oct 11, 2013Privacy vs. Advertising: What Comes After the Cookie?
  188. Oct 2, 2013Gary Shapiro, the Betamax and the Future of Innovation?
  189. Sep 30, 2013New California Laws Show Privacy Still a “Wild West”
  190. Sep 27, 2013BitTorrent is Back on Google – Piracy Rules the Seas
  191. Sep 26, 2013Gotham Media – Is Privacy Dead?
  192. Sep 24, 2013Advertising Week: Digital Piracy – It’s Worse Than You Think
  193. Sep 23, 2013Internet’s “Do Not Track” Faces Uphill Battle
  194. Sep 18, 2013Internet Piracy Continues Growth Despite Easy Access
  195. Sep 17, 2013NBCU Study Reveals Online Piracy More Rampant Than Ever
  196. Sep 13, 2013Johns Hopkins Orders Prof to Remove Blog Post
  197. Sep 10, 2013N.S.A. Sued By Tech Giants Over Privacy
  198. Sep 4, 2013Is Biology the Key to Digital Security?
  199. Aug 29, 2013Hotfile in Hot Water with M.P.A.A. Over Copyright Infringement
  200. Aug 28, 2013“I Have a Dream” Legacy and Copyright
  201. Aug 27, 2013Malware Hiding in Video Content Poses New Risks
  202. Aug 23, 2013Lana Del Rey Takes Music Piracy Personally
  203. Aug 21, 2013News Cycle Privacy Hysteria
  204. Aug 20, 2013LinkedIn Opens to Teens and Privacy is a Concern
  205. Aug 12, 2013KeyMe Stores Keys in the Cloud, Raising Security and Privacy Issues
  206. Aug 9, 2013“Game of Thrones” Piracy Better Than an Emmy?
  207. Aug 8, 2013Pirates Hit “Under the Dome” in Cable Dispute
  208. Aug 6, 2013Comcast’s New Anti-Piracy Initiative
  209. Jul 30, 2013Bitcoins Banned in Thailand
  210. Jul 29, 2013Hacking Porsches, Bentleys and Other Lux Cars
  211. Jul 25, 2013The Privacy Implications of Google’s Chromecast
  212. Jul 23, 2013Google+ Doesn’t Need Your Love
  213. Jul 22, 2013After Snowden, A Shift In Personal Search Habits?
  214. Jul 18, 2013Piracy Boost From Summer Music Festivals
  215. Jul 15, 2013Digify Creates Documents that Self-Destruct on Your Computer
  216. Jul 10, 2013Justin Bieber Plays the Pirate
  217. Jul 8, 2013JZ’s Album Pre-Release – A Privacy Fail
  218. Jul 3, 2013Does Bitcoin Privacy Enable Money Laundering?
  219. Jul 1, 2013iPhone Apps Provide Access to User Data
  220. Jun 26, 2013Why Do Pirates Care About Privacy?
  221. Jun 24, 2013Enough with the PRISM Paranoia
  222. Jun 20, 2013The Summer of Kim Dotcom
  223. Jun 19, 2013Google Glass and the PR of Privacy
  224. Jun 14, 2013Edward Snowden: Whistleblower Loses His Way
  225. Jun 12, 2013PRISM Hysteria
  226. Jun 7, 2013Beware the Privacy Conspiracy
  227. Jun 5, 2013Utah Mugshots: When Copyright is Misused
  228. Jun 3, 2013iPhone Charger as Hacker Gateway
  229. May 31, 2013NFL Phone Hackers Could Face Jail Time
  230. May 28, 2013Did Boing Boing’s Cory Doctorow Even Read the IP Commission Report?
  231. May 28, 2013RIAA Reports on Illegal Download Initiative
  232. May 23, 2013Kim Dotcom Puts the Screws on Google, Twitter, Facebook
  233. May 22, 2013Is Cybercrime an Easy Hack?
  234. May 20, 2013MPAA Announces Launch of WheretoWatch.org
  235. May 15, 2013Data Security on the Front Page
  236. May 13, 2013The 3D Gun Fight is Not About Free Speech
  237. May 7, 2013Why is Video Piracy Still Called A “Censorship” Problem?
  238. May 2, 2013Who Owns Your Data. Craigslist? … Continued
  239. Apr 30, 2013Cyberhacking Becomes the New Normal for Content Producers
  240. Apr 23, 2013Hackers Can Disrupt the Financial Markets
  241. Apr 22, 2013Boston Bombings Photographs of Suspects and the Impact on Privacy Rights
  242. Apr 19, 2013The Boston Bombing Challenges Privacy
  243. Apr 17, 2013A Privacy Shift at Canadian Airport Security Scanners
  244. Apr 15, 2013WordPress Hacks Could Affect Thousands
  245. Apr 10, 2013Porn and Piracy at the Vatican
  246. Apr 8, 2013Powerful Data Disclosure Law Proposed in California
  247. Apr 5, 2013Are Corporate Cyberattacks Faux or Real?
  248. Apr 4, 2013Pirate Bay Proxy Site Funds Seized
  249. Mar 28, 2013Would The Domestic Use of Drone Technology Invade a Citizen’s Right to Privacy?
  250. Mar 26, 2013Recent State Legislative Roundup Regarding Social Media Privacy Protections
  251. Mar 25, 2013Homeless Activist and ACLU Sue State of California Over Warrantless Cell Phone Searches
  252. Mar 21, 2013Tracking Federal and State GPS Legislation
  253. Mar 19, 2013File Sharing Appeal Rejected By Supreme Court
  254. Mar 18, 2013Gag Orders Imposed by National Security Letters Declared Unlawful
  255. Mar 14, 2013British Boxer Fights Internet Troll’s Anonymity on Twitter’s
  256. Mar 13, 2013Privacy Violations Acknowledged by Google
  257. Mar 12, 2013Data Breach of the Week: Celebrity Info Pops Up on Mystery Site
  258. Mar 11, 2013Harvard’s Privacy Policy Sparks a Fire Storm
  259. Mar 8, 2013Facebook Privacy Study – Users Disclose More Info – Often Unintentionally
  260. Mar 7, 2013Digital Piracy Affects Digital Movie Sales – CMU Study
  261. Mar 6, 2013Privacy Becomes a Competitive Advantage and a Big Business
  262. Mar 4, 2013Google Glasses: Privacy RIP?
  263. Mar 1, 2013Should You Quit Facebook Over Privacy Rights?
  264. Feb 27, 2013Facebook Seeks Users’ Offline Info (And it Could Help You)
  265. Feb 25, 2013Privacy Data Beach of the Week: Zendesk
  266. Feb 22, 20131/3 of Computers World Wide Infected with Malware
  267. Feb 19, 2013Who Owns Your Data?
  268. Feb 15, 2013How “Zero-Day Bugs” Threaten Computer Privacy
  269. Feb 14, 2013Flickr Exposes Private Photos
  270. Feb 13, 2013Raytheon’s RIOT is Facebook’s Search Graph on Steroids
  271. Feb 11, 2013Privacy Lessons from the Bush Family and Celebrity Identity Hacks
  272. Feb 8, 2013Cisco Reports that Privacy May Be a Thing of the Past
  273. Feb 6, 2013The Security Threat of Democratizing Encryption
  274. Feb 4, 2013Revenge Porn, Privacy and the Communications Decency Act
  275. Feb 1, 2013Kim Dotcom: From Alleged Pirate to Copyright Enforcer?
  276. Feb 1, 2013What Chinese Hackers and the NY Mean for Our Own Data Privacy
  277. Jan 31, 2013Valleywag is Back But Silicon Valley Wants Its Privacy
  278. Jan 29, 2013Google Selective in Privacy Claims – Objects Only When the Government Steps In
  279. Jan 28, 2013UK Apple Safari Users Sue Google in Privacy Breach
  280. Jan 24, 2013Facebook’s Graph Search Can Result in “Interesting” and Creepy Results
  281. Jan 23, 2013France Eyes a Punitive Anti-Privacy Tax
  282. Jan 22, 2013The Celebrity Privacy Dilemma
  283. Jan 21, 2013Kim Dotcom and Mega Rise Again
  284. Jan 17, 2013Publishing Gun Owner Information: Law v. Ethics
  285. Jan 17, 2013Google’s Graph Search Changes Privacy Rules
  286. Jan 15, 2013Data Dumps, Privacy and a Crisis in Ohio
  287. Jan 14, 2013California Promotes Mobile Web Privacy
  288. Jan 10, 2013Iranian Cyberwar Continues to Hit U.S. Banks
  289. Jan 9, 2013Privacy Laws from a Skeptic’s Perspective
  290. Jan 8, 2013Smart Cutlery Yields Dietary Data
  291. Jan 3, 2013Content v. Commerce: Privacy When The Free Lunch is Over
  292. Jan 2, 2013Facebook and Amazon Privacy Practices – A Misstep Too Far?
  293. Dec 19, 2012Instagram Backpedals on Privacy and Ad Policies
  294. Aug 18, 2010India Finds A Way to Access BlackBerry Emails
  295. Aug 17, 2010Spain Investigates Google’s Street View Service
  296. Aug 17, 2010Shopkick Geoloco App Raises Data/Privacy Concerns
  297. Aug 10, 2010BlackBerry Gets Reprieve as Saudi Praises Progress
  298. Aug 8, 2010Lawmakers Question Data Collection at Major Sites
  299. Aug 8, 2010BlackBerry’s Security Approach Leads to Theories of Secret Deals
  300. Aug 4, 2010Feds Admit Storing Checkpoint Body Scans
  301. Aug 3, 2010VIDEO: WSJ on Behavioral Marketing
  302. Aug 2, 2010Apps Release Privacy Info
  303. Aug 1, 2010Android phone bug allows hackers to read texts and email
  304. Aug 1, 2010Hong Kong Privacy Chief Pushes for Regulation After Octopus Card Revelations
  305. Aug 1, 2010Microsoft Quashed Effort to Boost Online Privacy
  306. Jul 30, 2010Personal Details Exposed Via Biggest U.S. Websites
  307. Jul 27, 2010Citi Discloses Security Flaw in Its iPhone App
  308. Jul 26, 2010Mobile Security, Privacy Concerns Decreasing — Mobile Security — InformationWeek
  309. Jul 26, 2010Privacy Nonsense Sweeps the Internet
  310. Jul 22, 2010Managing Your Online Reputation
  311. Jul 19, 2010The Economics of Privacy Pricing
  312. Jul 16, 2010ESPN Reporter Sues Hotels for Secret Tapings by Stalker
  313. Jul 15, 2010Half of Social Networkers Online Concerned About Privacy
  314. Jul 14, 2010One Million Gay Teens’ Data Could be at Risk after Magazine Bankruptcy
  315. Jul 13, 2010Google Resumes Street View Driving: More Trouble Looming?
  316. Jul 8, 2010German officials latest to challenge Facebook | The Social – CNET News
  317. Jul 7, 2010
  318. Jul 7, 2010Blame Privacy Woes for Stalled U.S. Facebook Growth?
  319. Jul 6, 2010Swift Agreement to Balance Access and Oversight
  320. Jun 30, 2010White Hat Uses Foursquare Privacy Hole to Capture 875K Check-Ins
  321. Jun 29, 2010National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace
  322. Jun 28, 2010German Official Takes Issue With Apple’s Data Compiling
  323. Jun 28, 2010EU, US to share banking data in terror probes
  324. Jun 25, 2010Twitter Settles Charges that it Failed to Protect Consumers’ Personal Information; Company Will Establish Independently Audited Information Security Program
  325. Jun 23, 2010Casino ‘smart’ chips up security ante | Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/22/2010
  326. Jun 23, 2010Why security needs to catch up to Web 2.0 technology – CSO Online – Security and Risk
  327. Jun 22, 2010Good Technology boosts iPhone security controls