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Australian privacy regulators examining Google's Android location-data collection

Australian privacy regulators examining Google’s Android location-data collection

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European privacy moves are having a ripple effect around the globe. Reuters reported earlier today that Google now faces an investigation in Australia surrounding its location data collection practices from Android smartphone users. Oracle, a staunch Google opponent, provided a market competition report to Australian regulators that asserts, “Alphabet receives detailed information about people’s internet […]

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7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

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Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) is critical to the foundation of online commerce as it’s exercised today. That’s why the recent debate about tweaking it to tackle online sex trafficking pitted some of the biggest online players against the interests of some of the most vulnerable victims in our society. In the […]

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Senate Judiciary Committee asks CEOs of Facebook, Google, Twitter to testify on privacy

Senate Judiciary Committee asks CEOs of Facebook, Google, Twitter to testify on privacy

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And now the hearings. Earlier today, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that it’s seeking testimony from Facebook, Google and Twitter executives on data privacy issues, triggered by the Cambridge Analytica data-mining controversy, which, as far as we know, has nothing to do with Google or Twitter. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said this past weekend that […]

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