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Links 1 through 10 of 25 by Mark Dixon tagged privacy

I currently publish two blogs: “Discovering Identity” (this one) and “I Love Freedom.”  Usually, the information I publish on these blogs doesn’t overlap, but this subject certainly does, and is ...

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"Privacy and cloud computing have recently been in the news, with stories coming out of academia (Yale University) and government oversight agencies (Canadian Privacy Commissioner). Both, in my view, got it wrong. "

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Google's Eric Schmidt "reportedly told CNBC Anchor Maria Bartiromo, on the cable network’s recent special “Inside the Mind of Google,” that people who have something to hide shouldn’t be doing things online that might potentially expose them if law enforcement seeks access to their search histories."

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"A major new federal data security law (Personal Data Privacy and Security Act of 2009) is gaining steam and is going to set new, more precise rules for the management and safekeeping of corporate and government data"

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"Facebook was built as a powerful social connector, allowing users to befriend others with similar interests, locations, schools, and more. But as privacy concerns mount and users demand more protection, the social networking site's philosophy has started to go down the toilet"

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I won’t ask what your “blackmail-able facts” might be, and won’t tell you mine. But it is sobering to think what abuses might emerge from the continued amassing of online data about all of us. This certainly casts new light on the importance of privacy and security protections for all of our personal data.

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"The idea of you "owning" the data about yourself is both emotionally and intellectually appealing. This data, which ranges from the critical (your medical and financial records) to the theoretically trivial (what you buy and search for, and which Web sites you visit) defines, quantifies and describes your preferences, resources, habits and health. It is a proxy for you. It is also what every marketer in the entire commercial universe wants to get their hands on."

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Young people share the most intimate details of personal life on social-networking Web sites, such as MySpace and Facebook, portending a realignment of the public and the private

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This identity forum has been convened by the Safeguarding Digital Identity research project (http://www.thei3p.org) and other Digital Identity thought leaders.

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