Smartphone pictures pose privacy risks Pictures you've e-mailed or uploaded from your smartphone could leak information that can threaten your safety or that of your children. Visit to read much more on this investigation.
Protecting Privacy on the Internet, 2007: The Year in Review Peter Fleischer, Google's Global Privacy Counsel, reviews how Google has engaged key privacy issues in 2007 and looks ahead to the obstacles and opportunities of 2008.
My little piece of privacy My robotic curtain protects me from nosey looks of pedestrians passing by. More about it on - Music by holy Konni http
Privacy Tips - In this day and age, you can't be too careful with your personal information. We all know I'm not a private person in any way, but I do value your privacy and want to help keep you safe. Here are some excellent tips that Josh sent in, to help your data and identity stay secure.
Google, Privacy, and the Government - Schmidt and Maddow Complete video at: fora.tv MSNBC's Rachel Maddow interviews Google CEO Eric Schmidt on Google's stance on privacy and government surveillance. ----- Eric Schmidt, Chairman and CEO of Google, and Rachel Maddow, Radio Host on Air America, discuss the role of the Internet and Google in this election at the 2008 DNC. Eric Emerson Schmidt, Ph.D is chairman and CEO of Google, Inc. and a member of the board of directors of Apple, Inc. He also sits on the Princeton University board of trustees. Since coming to Google, Eric has focused on building the corporate infrastructure needed to maintain Google's rapid growth as a company and ensuring that quality remains high while product development cycle times are kept to a minimum. Eric shares responsibility for Google's day-to-day operations. In 2006, Eric was elected to the National Academy of Engineering, which recognized his work on "the development of strategies for the world's most successful Internet search engine company." Eric was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as a fellow in 2007. He is also chairman of the board of directors for the New America Foundation. Rachel Maddow is an American radio personality and political pundit. She is the host of The Rachel Maddow Show on Air America Radio and an MSNBC TV host.
Google Search Privacy: Plain and Simple In the first in a series of short, informative videos on privacy, Google talks about what information we collect when you use our search engine and the steps we've taken to protect it. In future videos, we'll talk about why Google keeps logs, what information we record when you're signed into a Google account and steps you can take to increase your privacy when surfing online. Much of this information is already available at our online Privacy Center at
Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village Web users who choose to move to the desolate village are guaranteed an environment free from Google products and natural light from the sun.
iPhone Data Retention Raises Privacy Concerns Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are secretly collecting location data on users. (April 21)
Avoiding the Privacy Apocalypse Google Tech Talk October 18, 2010 Simon Davies and Gus Hosein, the directors of Privacy International, share their thoughts on the intersection of privacy and technology and its effects on human rights around the world, from areas of conflict to western democracies. Speaker Info: Simon Davies is a privacy advocate and academic based in London UK. He was one of the first campaigners in the field of international privacy advocacy, founding the watchdog organization Privacy International in 1990 and subsequently working in emerging areas of privacy such as electronic visual surveillance, identity systems, border security, encryption policy and biometrics. Gus Hosein is a visiting fellow in the Information Systems and Innovation Group in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science
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Facebook Privacy - - - Are you leaving Facebook? With all of the concern over privacy lately, many people are choosing to close their accounts. Others are educating themselves with the changes Facebook has made and making the best choices for their profile pages. Still more people are clueless... they don't realize what is being shared and with whom. They have no idea how to fix this problem once they do learn of it. They just keep going along with their heads in the sand, and hope for the best. This isn't the way things should be, folks. You shouldn't have to be so afraid of what the wrong person might see. The fact is, if you put something online then someone will see it. I have come up with the perfect two-step plan to help solve this problem. http
Facebook Privacy Up to the Minute technology consultant John Quain speaks to Up To The Minute anchor Michelle Gielan about Facebook's new privacy feature and steps you should take if you want to limit personal information shared on the social networking site.
HOWTO: Maximize Facebook Privacy Facebook recently changed their privacy settings in response to criticism from EFF and privacy-conscious users. The purpose of this video is to show you how to get the most privacy out of these new settings.
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Sanaa Lathan on Privacy vs Celebrity Sanaa Lathan shares her thoughts on the US tabloids' attitude towards African American celebrities, celebrity culture, having rumours printed about her and developing a thick skin. More interviews, videos, reviews and new music over at
Jeffrey Rosen - Is Privacy Dead? Complete video at: fora.tv George Washington University law professor Jeffrey Rosen discusses the challenges technology presents to conventional notions of privacy and civil liberties. ----- "Privacy is Dead. Long Live Privacy?" at the 2007 Battle of Ideas conference hosted by the Institute of Ideas. New technology seems to have changed the meaning of privacy, affording individuals the possibility of sharing details of their hitherto private lives in unprecedented ways, from personal blogs to picture sharing and even 'social bookmarking'. For many of us, divulging intimate details of our private lives via social networking websites like MySpace and Facebook has become the norm. But information and communication technologies have also facilitated surveillance and data gathering by government and big businesses. While in some contexts we seem so ready to give up our privacy, in others we seem increasingly anxious to protect it. To what extent are new technologies responsible for the death of privacy? Are privacy concerns simply technophobic, or are we right to worry about a loss of control over personal information? Have new technologies and our enthusiastic adoption of them actually transformed our notions of public and private, and blown apart the wall dividing the two? Why do we worry about Tesco monitoring what we buy, when, according to Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy: 'You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it'? - Institute of Ideas Jeffrey Rosen is a professor of ...
Google Chrome & Privacy - Browsing Safely Ian Fette, Product Manager, explains Google Chrome's SafeBrowsing technology. Download Google Chrome at
Facebook Privacy: A New Approach Forget the privacy settings! The more you post, the safer you are! Find us on Facebook! Music: "One Sly Move" & "Noise Attack" by Kevin Macleod (). Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" (
Invasion of Privacy Losing our rights. From Alex Jones vid. Check out and /idiotpresident
Why is My Privacy so Marketable? - http - During Gnomedex, we asked the audience to put ideas on a whiteboard to tell us what types of spontaneous talks they would be interested in hearing. Privacy is a hot issue, and someone asked the question: "Why is my privacy so marketable?" I knew the perfect person to talk about this was my friend Frank Catalano. Frank is a marketer by trade, having worked with Apple Computers and even in the toy industry during his career. - - http
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Growing outcry over Facebook privacy changes An online backlash against the social website Facebook is gathering strength - and the company's executives have held an emergency meeting to discuss growing concerns about the privacy of its users. According to Google search results, there's been a spike in the number of Facebook users looking to delete their accounts. Some of the site's 400 million user charge that it is trying to exploit users by controlling access to their private information. But despite the backlash, Ben Parr, the co-editor of the social networking blog , says the social website continues to grow.
Protecting William and Kate's Privacy The royal family is warning against any intrusion on Prince William and Kate Middleton's privacy. Mark Phillips reports on steps being taken to protect the royal couple.
Q&A with Cam - iPhone 5 release, location privacy & more.. Cam takes some time out to answer your questions; ranging from the iPhone 5 release date to Apple's motives behind not introducing world-beating specs. Main Site: Facebook Twitter: Link to Untrackerd Cydia app:
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Alex Comments About The End of Privacy in American Society Today on The Alex Jones Show Senate Accuses Drudge Report of Spreading Computer Malware Kurt Nimmo March 10, 2010 Democrats in the Senate are attempting to scare people away from alternative news websites by falsely claiming the sites contain dangerous software viruses. Earlier in the week the Senate Sergeant at Arms made a claim that Drudge and were responsible for viruses appearing on Senate computers. Please try to avoid and websites for now, said an email received by staffers on the Environment and Public Works Committee. The Drudge Report was not mentioned in a subsequent email issued on Tuesday. Our Information Security Operations Center has observed a significant increase in the number of Senate computers infected by fake security software that is malicious and does nothing to secure online information, the email stated, according to CNSNews. [[ check out the video here at ]] http According to Sen. Jim Inhofe (R.-Okla.), there is no evidence of viruses and malware originating at the Drudge Report. Inhofe, the ranking Republican member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, told CNSNews it did not surprise him that someone on the left was trying to stop Senate staff from reading Drudge because Drudge comes out with really good stuff and we want them to access the Drudge Report. Were on the Drudge Report about half the time. I suspect somebody was trying to make it look as if theres a virus there to discourage ...
Data Privacy: Your Digital Life A hilarious and whimsical satire about the perils which can befall our personal and private information in this digital age when we don't take steps to protect it using free encryption software for hard disks, Flash drives and USB memory sticks. SafeHouse Explorer is free encryption software for Windows which can password protect and hide your secret files on any hard drive or memory stick. Super simple. Nothing to learn. Just download and start using it.
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Latitude - Google Privacy Tips Google Latitude is a feature in Google Maps for mobile and iGoogle that allows you to share your location with your friends. With Latitude, you can control how much you share about your location and who gets to see it. This video shows you tips on how to adjust your privacy settings in Latitude.
Censorship, Privacy, Anonymity, and Net Neutrality March 4, 2011 - Adam Beberg presents several topics related to daily life on the Internet, suitable for a wide and non-technical audience. His work over the last two decades has centered around Distributed Computing, Security, and Education. Censorship limits what can be found when looking for news and information. Privacy is far more important than in the past since everything one does on the Internet can come back to do damage years later. Anonymity has turned the world into a happy but deceptive place, safer for both whistle-blowers and criminals. Net Neutrality is a three-way crash between technology, business, and political realities, that may have serious consequences for future freedoms and business opportunities. Stanford University: www.stanford.edu Cee Lo Green - Forget You: Parisian Love: Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
How to Disable Facebook Places Learn how to disable places on Facebook altogether or just change your settings for better privacy. For more details, see
Adjusting your Blogger privacy settings Want to control who can read your blog and who can't? Check out this video tutorial!
Do security and privacy really matter on Facebook? Are Facebook users slacker with their security now than in 2007? We think so. Check out the Sophos Facebook ID probe here: *** If you're on Facebook you should join the Sophos Facebook page to be kept up to date on the latest threats:
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Facebook privacy settings: What you need to know Facebook is making major changes to its privacy settings - giving you the opportunity to share your personal information with "everyone" on the internet. But is that wise? More information at If you're on Facebook you should join the Sophos Facebook page to be kept up to date on the latest threats:
Robert Bork: Supreme Court Nomination Hearings from PBS NewsHour and EMK Institute Stay Informed: As the Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan get underway, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute is partnering with the PBS NewsHour to provide video highlights of the nine most recent Senate confirmation hearings. President Reagan nominated Judge Bork to the Supreme Court on July 1, 1987. After a heated confirmation battle, the Senate rejected his nomination by a 42-58 vote on October 23, 1987.