Tag: privacy

Google vs. Facebook: It’s all about privacy

By Hessie Jones

Recent news about Facebook’s alleged smear campaign against Google has brought to question the real impact of disclosure on the users, who continuously feed their personal information into a priceless database.

Better Mobile, Online Privacy Means Redesign the Manuals

By Lee Rickwood

User manuals and privacy policies should get a ‘thumbs up, thumbs down’ button.

It’s not just about telling users how something works.

It’s about telling them if, how and why information is gathered about how, when and where they use it.

Mobile Phone Tracking Raises Privacy Concerns

by Lee Rickwood

So, what were those scientists saying about mobile tracking again? Why are so-called privacy experts going ballistic – haven’t any of them read the instructions?!?!?

Will Google and Facebook start feuding over data?

By Ted Kritsonis

This week, Google updated its Nexus S Android smartphone and ultimately severed the ties between Facebook contacts and Android’s own Contacts application. The move is just the latest in the increased competition between the two tech giants over sharing data.