Posts tagged "Privacy"

Quoted: German media exec ‘afraid of Google’

"With the exception of biological viruses, there is nothing with such speed, efficiency and aggressiveness that spreads like these technology platforms, and this also lends its creators, owners and users with new power." — Mathias Dopfner, chief executive of Read More →

Quoted: on cops objecting to being watched

"It's interesting and ironic that those who watch us to stop us from breaking things themselves broke things so they wouldn’t be watched!" — Neil Richards, law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, on the Los Read More →

Privacy roundup: Public wary of tech companies, plus NSA-spying news

What do you know, it's another privacy-related day. • A new poll says more than half of Americans are worried that Internet companies are, well, all up in our business. But even as they express concern, they're not necessarily keeping tabs Read More →

Tech companies care about your privacy — just ask the dinosaur

In case we haven't gotten the message, tech companies want us to know that they really, really care about our privacy. So they're thinking big (a dinosaur!), and even breaking out the Legos. That's right, in the post-Edward Snowden era, Internet Read More →

Quoted: The end of mass NSA phone surveillance?

"The government can track suspected terrorists without placing millions of people under permanent surveillance.” -- Jameel Jaffer of the American Civil Liberties Union, responding to a New York Times report that President Obama this week will call for an Read More →

Quoted: Larry Page talks privacy, NSA spying

"I'm just very worried that with Internet privacy... we're throwing out the baby with the bathwater. We're not thinking about the tremendous good that can come from people sharing the right information with the right people in the right ways." — Read More →
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