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Social Media Risks for SMBs

5.10.2010 by Lady Penelope

Despite Mark Zuckerberg's social media phenomenon being immortalised on the silver screen this month, the privacy and security concerns of Facebook et al are still the big news. According to a recent study by Panda Security, around a third of…

Study Shows Social Networks Leak Personal Information

8.7.2010 by Lady Penelope

A study out this week shows that social networking sites accessed through mobile devices are making data about users' physical locations available to third party websites. Researchers have reported that every one of the sites examined in the study, has…

Government Should Press Gang ISPs to its Big Brother Agenda, Says Report

3.2.2009 by Dick Branston

The eagerly awaited interim publication of the Government report on the future of digital industries in Britain has suggested that ISPs should be forced to take part in Westminster's snooping campaign. According to the authors of 'Digital Britain', the UK…

Power to the Privacy Advocates – or is it?

24.7.2007 by Mother Superior

We should all be pleased that the five big search engines have now shown a commitment to reducing the length of time that they retain potentially sensitive data about their users. Microsoft and Yahoo! announced their intentions this week, which…

What we do on the Web Echoes in Eternity

5.5.2006 by Chris N

Lately I've been spreading myself all over the internet, in the same way as Jonathan Ross is spread across the TV and radio - admittedly without the wit, fame or eyeball-worrying collection of clothes. As I've said in previous entries,…

Thought Police Here we Come

27.4.2006 by Chris N

Behind Winston's back the voice from the telescreen was still babbling away about pig-iron and the overfulfilment of the Ninth Three-Year Plan. The telescreen received and transmitted simultaneously. Any sound that Winston made, above the level of a very low…