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Privacy


July 14, 2009  2:22 PM

Overheard – Defining parameters for data encryption



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Compliance, consumer protection, data encryption, Mark Wright, Massachusetts 201 CMR 17.00, Privacy

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March 13, 2009  3:42 PM

Overheard – Privacy and Google Street View



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Google, Google Earth, Google Maps, Privacy, Street View

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March 9, 2009  2:23 PM

Overheard – Twitter privacy issues not new



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Privacy, Social networking, Twitter

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February 17, 2009  1:04 PM

Overheard – What’s holding up electronic health records?



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
EHR, electronic health records, Privacy, Security

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June 26, 2008  12:29 PM

Overheard: PGP is just an envelope



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Email, Encryption, PGP, Privacy, Security

phil_zimmerman.jpg Perhaps you think your E-mail is legitimate enough that encryption is...


May 28, 2008  10:35 AM

Overheard: Leveraging rich presence — a marketer’s dream



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Networking, Privacy, rich presence, Technology

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January 29, 2008  12:24 PM

Overheard: Gov’t wants total access to Google search records



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Google, Internet, Privacy, Security, Technology

ryan-singel.jpg The nation's top spy, Michael McConnell, thinks the threat of cyberarmageddon is so great that the U.S....


January 16, 2008  1:16 AM

Overheard: Real ID — Don’t trust anyone under 50



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
govt tech, Privacy

dale_mcfeatters.gif The Associated Press explains why the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is subtly dissing people...


December 12, 2007  4:25 AM

Overheard: Ask.com will trade you privacy for a cookie



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Privacy, Search

ask.gif "Now for the funny part. AskEraser will remain on until you click the AskEraser button again to turn it off, no matter how...


November 26, 2007  6:31 PM

Overheard: Beacon alerts may be controversial, but they’re the future of advertising



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Beacon, Facebook, Privacy, Technology

richard-waters.jpg Known as Beacon, the feature was one of several money-making ideas Facebook launched this month to try...


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