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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 17° Min 9° How far will EU citizens' 'right to be forgotten' extend? While Google may have been dismayed by the ramifications of a ruling in Europe's top court last month upholding the 'right to be forgotten'
Continue Reading Moms and dads from across the political spectrum have mobilized into an unexpected political force in recent months to fight the data mining of their children . In a frenzy of activity, they've catapulted student privacy an issue
Greece (AP) Google has launched its Street View map service in Greece after winning approval from the privacy authority that blocked the ground-level map application five years ago. Company officials said the service went live Thursday after "
Smart' meters threaten privacy, health and basic human rights (NaturalNews) Energy executives and government officials want us to believe that this worldwide effort to install 'smart' meters on every home and business are merely to reduce energy
A new generation of wearable technology is promising not only to log data about users' health but to predict and avert crises from drivers falling asleep at the wheel to runners wearing themselves out in a marathon. But there are concerns over the
Edwina Pickles Sydney Harbour, the Blue Mountains and Kosciuszko National Park will be mapped by rangers carrying Google's Street View camera systems. The project means that soon nature lovers from around Australia and the world be able to explore
Back in March, Telecom Digital Ventures set their sights on the big data market and launched a new business called Qrious whose aim in life is to help organisations to wrestle some value from the sea of data and analytics they're currently drowning
A Florida State spokesman has confirmed that football players Chris Casher and Ronald Darby are still enrolled and on the team after a discipline board ruled on charges of violations of the school's Code of Conduct. The two faced charges after they
The panel will look at how regulators should react to complaints from citizens about Google's management of requests to delete online details, according to a member of the so-called Article 29 group of privacy watchdogs, which approved the step at a
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) speaks during the inaugural Freedom Summit meeting for conservative speakers in Manchester, New Hampshire April 12, 2014. Republican Senator Rand Paul on Wednesday again blocked the U.S. Senate from moving toward ratifying