CPR for Tuesday, February 26, 2008

World / Internet News

Dutch accept too much invasion of privacy
Radio Netherlands – Netherlands
The Hague – A leading Dutch politician says that his countrymen are far too ready to accept the government’s infringement of their privacy under the guise

It’s a minor invasion of privacy
Tucson Citizen – Tucson,AZ,USA
Security vs. privacy is a permanent dilemma. But the reason people are complacent enough to complain about laptop privacy is precisely because we’ve gotten

FTC Takes Wait-and-See Attitude Towards IAB Privacy Guidelines
ClickZ News – New York,NY,USA
By Kate Kaye, The ClickZ Network, Feb 26, 2008 New privacy guidelines put forth by the Interactive Advertising Bureau aren’t exactly well-defined,

Morocco: Protect Rights to Privacy and Fair Trial
Human Rights Watch (press release) – USA
(New York, February 26, 2008) – The Moroccan government should protect the rights to privacy and a fair trial, Human Rights Watch and the Moroccan Human

Google Adsense Terms update – Transparent privacy policy
Hit Search – Liverpool,England,UK
Julie Beckmann from the AdSense Publisher Support has commented on the Official Google Adsense Blog about some recent changes to the AdSense privacy policy.

What the EC’s critical RFID privacy proposal looks like
ComputerWeekly.com – UK
(a) Where a RFID application processes personal data or the privacy impact assessment (undertaken in accordance with Art 3.1) shows significant likelihood

Integrity to ensure privacy for Fiber to the Premises customers
Tullahoma News and Guardian – Tullahoma,TN,USA
Efforts during a three-week period to reach TUB attorney Bill Rieder to determine whether TUB has a privacy policy on Internet communications were

Privacy rule hinders ability to stop attacks on college campuses
The Kaleidoscope – Birmingham,AL,USA
The reason is the Privacy Rule contained in the terms and conditions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, originally passed

IAB Releases Less “Rigid” Privacy Guidelines Than FTC Wants
ADOTAS – The Interactive Advertising Bureau today announced the release of “privacy principles” for its members to follow; but the US Federal Trade

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