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By Evelyn Castillo-Bach Sometimes you just need to be patient. Wait for the experts to conduct the studies and make the declarations that affirm what we already know. Let me be the first to say it, very loud: It's time for Facebook to change it's tag li…

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By Evelyn Castillo-Bach You have to wonder why it is that sites like Facebook and Google+ want to know your name. In a recent article on the BBC, Alex Hudson reported that Google justifies this rigid rule by citing effectiveness: "Users should be able to…

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The following is a translation of an article that appeared in the Danish newspaper, Politiken on July 19, 2011. The translation below was done by UmeNow. The original article was written by JAKOB Sorgenfri KJAER Conditions: "You retain your copyright an…

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Is it still true today? Here is an excerpt from an article published on April 20, 2009 by Privacy International. "There is an urgent need for the EU and US Congress to recognise that the entire online economy is shifting its business models in the direc…

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Excerpt: "Anonymous hackers have broken into a server belonging to consultancy firm Booz Allen Hamilton and published a database containing some 90,000 military e-mail addresses and hashed passwords in what they named Military Meltdown Monday. " ... Bo…

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    Feds Defend Internet Domain Seizure in Piracy Crackdowndown

    Posted by Anonymous on Sun, July 17, 2011, in Privacy

    Excerpt: "Federal prosecutors are asking a judge not to return the domain names of one of Spain’s most popular websites, seized as part of a major U.S. crackdown on internet piracy. "Federal authorities are taking .com, .org. and .net domains under the…

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