June 10, 2007

Privacy Concerns Online

Google gets a failing grade in protecting our data from Privacy International.

Privacy International is particularly troubled by Google's ability to match data gathered by its search engine with information collected from other services such as e-mail, instant messaging and maps.

"Under the microscope, it turns out that Google is doing much more with our data than we ever imagined," Davies said.

Founded in 1990, Privacy International said it reached its preliminary findings after spending the past six months reviewing Internet privacy practices with the help of about 30 professors, mostly in the United States and United Kingdom. The group plans to update the report in September.

How much about yourself do you reveal in your email, your map searches and your googling? It's something to think about.

Posted by Mary at June 10, 2007 04:49 PM | Technology | Technorati links |

France and Belgium

Belgium Final


France Final


Areas still open for voting next sunday

Posted by: ccoaler at June 11, 2007 02:57 AM