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Kids These Days…They Absolutely Care About Privacy

ACLU – “Company bigwigs who want to use our personal online information justify their actions by telling us that young people don’t care about privacy. In January, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg claimed that privacy is no longer a “social norm,” just after and just before Facebook significantly curtailed user privacy (yet again). Last year, Walt Disney CEO Robert Iger didn’t mince words when he simply said “kids don’t care” about privacy.”

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10 nations tell Google of privacy concern on Buzz

AP – “Officials from Germany, Canada, France and seven other countries are raising privacy concerns about Google’s mapping service and the company’s fumbled foray into social networking. Although the concerns they raise are not new, the officials said the online search leader “too often” forgets people’s privacy rights as it rolls out new technologies.”

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Facebook Further Reduces Your Control Over Personal Information

EFF – “Once upon a time, Facebook could be used simply to share your interests and information with a select small community of your own choosing. As Facebook’s privacy policy once promised, “No personal information that you submit to Facebook will be available to any user of the Web Site who does not belong to at least one of the groups specified by you in your privacy settings.” How times have changed.”

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Some Yahoo email accounts hacked in China, Taiwan

Reuters – “Yahoo email accounts of some journalists and activists whose work relates to China were compromised in an attack discovered this week, days after Google announced it would move its Chinese-language search services out of China due to censorship concerns. Several journalists in China and Taiwan found they were unable to access their accounts beginning March 25, among them Kathleen McLaughlin, a freelance journalist in Beijing. Her access was restored on Wednesday, she told Reuters.”

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Facebook changes continue to chip away at privacy

ComputerWorld – “If proposed changes to the Facebook Privacy Policy go through next month the social network will store financial account information you use to make purchases on its site unless you tell it not to.”

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