- Google Street View -- Where's the Pro-Privacy Technology?
Even EFF attorneys get their privacy invaded by street-
- Face Non-Recognition Technology
An example of what privacy-protection in Google Street View
might look like.
- What Google Is Doing With Your Data
The secretive company reveals part of what it does with
your search term history.
- On the Receiving End
Ron "Electric Slide" Silver talks about his settlement with
- MySpace Seeks Court Order to Release Predator Emails
MySpace asked a Pennsylvania court for advice on how it can
legally provide local authorities with private email info
belonging to convicted sex offenders.
- FBI Arrests Filesharer
Government goes after pre-release uploader.
- Facebook v. ConnectU
Blogger Eric Goldman on Facebook's suit against ConnectU
for harvesting personal info.
- Software v. Software
A software manufacturer claims that an anti-malware system
surreptitiously deletes its innocent application.
- AP Looks to "Protect Copyright Online"
But what practices and which publishers will be targeted
remains to be seen.
- YouTube Snags Another Deal
Gets the last of the four major labels.
- FCC Moves in on the Internet
The FCC claims it has jurisdiction to design "social
policy" for anything using Internet Protocol.
- Where the Real Advantage Lies
Real finally wises up and provides stream recording software for Windows.
- ISPs Make Money From P2P?!
IFPI's Ten Conveniently Uncorroborated "Truths" About
- AACS Sued for Patent Violation
Oh, the irony.
- A Library of Privacy Law
Legal firm Morrison & Foerster produces a free guide to
privacy law inside and outside the U.S.
- Open Shakespeare
The Open Knowledge Foundation is providing the complete
works of Shakespeare in an open form, so that anyone can
use, share, or comment on the Bard's words freely.