Monthly Archives:: February 2014

Tracking Privacy: Friday, February 14th, 2014

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. US Senator Sen. Al Franken pressed automaker Ford to clarify its use of GPS tracking in vehicles. In response, the carmaker sent him a letter about its privacy practices on Wednesday. Ford says that […]

Tracking Privacy: Wednesday February 12th, 2014

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. Google is now asking the US Congress to update a key federal law so that government entities would have to obtain a warrant from a judge to peruse the contents of private communications. [eWeek] […]

Tracking Privacy: Monday, February 10th, 2014

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. Visitors to Google France were greeted  with a notice of a fine related to a finding that Google violated French privacy law. The listed link, to the French Privacy Watchdog’s website, received so much traffic, […]

Tracking Privacy: February 7th, 2014

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web.  As the Winter Olympic Games kick off in Sochi, American media has been commentating on the potential hacking risks, reporters and athletes face when they log onto their smartphones or laptops. [CBS News] The […]

Tracking Privacy – February 5th, 2014

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web.  Automatic License Plate Readers may be a useful tech tool for police when it comes to fighting crime, but it’s also a way to collect extensive location data on an individual, without his knowledge and […]