CPR for Friday, November 6, 2009

Microsoft Expresses Cloud Privacy Commitment, Concerns
In a policy paper, Microsoft affirms its support for privacy in the cloud and calls for regulatory clarity. By Thomas Claburn Cloud computing continues

Microsoft raises cloud computing concerns
“Cloud computing does raise a number of important policy questions concerning how people, organizations, and governments handle information and interactions

Microsoft, Taiwan Team up on Cloud Computing
IT Business Edge
makers a place to test out new hardware and software made to work with Microsoft products, including new cloud computing applications and services.

Dell Eyes Cloud Computing
To become a major cloud computing hardware supplier, Dell must master best practices for producing the right machine for a given cloud.

iPhone app developer Storm8 faces class action suit for privacy violations
San Francisco Chronicle
Privacy on the Internet is a serious matter. Google announced today that they now allow users to manage their privacy settings while using Google

Senate Panel Approves Data-breach Notification Bills
PC World
The Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to approve both the Personal Data Privacy and Security Act and the Data Breach Notification Act by large

Does new Google Dashboard enhance privacy?
This is the kind of disclosure privacy advocates have been calling for. I think it will enhance Google’s reputation—and entice us to share more data with

Google Creates Privacy Dashboard
Wall Street Journal
By Jessica E. Vascellaro Google, which has had a big bullseye on its back when it comes to Internet privacy, on Thursday launched a Web site that shows

Google releases Dashboard privacy tool
Google, which has come under fire from politicians and privacy advocates for its data-collection practices, announced the service with a blog post headlined

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