Eric Schmidt last year said something in the lines of “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to […]
Google has to cope with a lot of privacy issues. But most people forget that most of their private data is gathered by a lot of agencies out there.
Neelie Kroes is going to look closer at the privacy issues concerning social networkingsites like Facebook, Buzz and Hyves. What does this mean?
Facebook has made a step towards its users by making the privacy settings more understandable. But in fact they are just creating a diversion for the real issues.
Jason Calacanis has a reputation of a loudmouth. That reputation makes that many people either hate him or love him. […]
Google and Facebook are pushing the boundaries when it comes to privacy by storing data and spreading the data. But do we really care?
The world wide web used to be simple: you had websites and you had Google indexing them. Based on the […]
Last weeks ruling in Italy, which has three Googlers facing time in jail, caused some surprised reactions around the globe. But if we respond well, it might very well be a blessing in disguise.
IF Google would ever be forced to do something about their Streetview-pictures, there is a very good alternative waiting for you over at Bing. The “new” Bing Maps is called Streetside Photos and is currently only available in Seattle, San Francisco and Vancouver (Canada).