privacy

It would not be surprising if an article like “Firefox Cookie-Block Is The First Step Toward A Better Tomorrow” was written by a privacy advocate. And it may well have been. But this privacy advocate is also a former chairman of the Internet Advertising Bureau. (For their current position, see “Randall Rothenberg’s Statement Opposing Mozilla’s…

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Facebook’s new Graph search is a fascinating product, and I want to use it. (In fact, I wanted to use it way back when I wrote about “Single Serving Friend” in 2005.) Facebook’s Graph Search will incent Facebook users to “dress” themselves in better meta-data, so as to be properly represented in all those new…

Read More Privacy, Facebook and Fatigue

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) is an interesting mix of folks trying to help shape, well, the future of privacy. They have an interesting mix of academic and industry support, and a fair amount of influence. They’re inviting authors with an interest in privacy issues to submit papers to be considered for FPF’s third…

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