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Doug Peterson

Your iPhone's Privacy Sucks Because of Apple—and Even Steve Jobs Agrees - 0 views

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    Someone found out that Path-and most probably other apps-was stealing your contacts' information from your iPhone and iPad without telling you about it. This happened because of Path's greediness, but also because Apple is not protecting your privacy as it should.
Doug Peterson

Good to Know - Google - 2 views

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    Advice for staying more secure on the web and an overview of some of the security tools that Google offers.
Doug Peterson

PrivacyChoice - Making privacy easier - 0 views

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    Your privacy.
    Your choice.
    Free tools to
    make it easier.
Peter McAsh

My Cell Phone is Tracking Me - bitly bundle - 1 views

shared by Peter McAsh on 26 May 11 - No Cached
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    A bitly bundle of, in my opinion, key articles to use with students in ICS on the issue of privacy - via issue of cell phones tracking your movements!
Peter McAsh

Android phones keep location cache, too, but it's harder to access - 0 views

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    Following the revelation that iPhones log location data even if you don't use location-based services, a software developer has demonstrated that Android devices perform the same type of logging. Though there are some differences and the on-device data isn't accessible in the same way, Google does collect this data in a way that could be tied to an individual user.
Peter McAsh

Your iPhone Is Tracking Your Every Move - 2 views

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    Researchers have discovered that the iPhone is keeping track of where you go and storing that information in a file that is stored - unencrypted and unprotected - onto any machine with which you synchronize your phone. It is not clear why Apple is collecting this data.
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    Privacy, ethics.
Doug Peterson

With friends like these ... Tom Hodgkinson on the politics of the people behind Faceboo... - 0 views

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    Facebook has 59 million users - and 2 million new ones join each week. But you won't catch Tom Hodgkinson volunteering his personal information - not now that he knows the politics of the people behind the social networking site
Doug Peterson

How to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks - 0 views

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    Just because most wireless routers have a firewall to protect you from the internet doesn't mean you're protected from others connected to the same network.
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