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Chris Betcher

Terms of Service; Didn't Read - 6 views

    "ToS;DR aims at creating a transparent and peer-reviewed process to rate and analyse Terms of Service and Privacy Policies in order to create a rating from Class A to Class E. We need more legal expertise, please also join the working-group."
Bruce Lemieux

Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy -- Campus Technology - 1 views

    In late January when Google announced that it was replacing 60 different privacy policies across its multiple sites and services with a single one, you might have thought Congress had taken up SOPA and PIPA again.
Chris Betcher

Sign Into Your Google Account on Public Computers Without Typing Anything - 33 views

    Sign Into Your Google Account on Public Computers Without Typing Anything
andrew bendelow

Stay N Alive: The Power of Google+: Privacy "Circles" the Entire Experience - 13 views

  • No one can just "follow" me and get the updates I want them to see. I have to let everyone into my network, and as a result, they have to let me into theirs.
    The problem w. Facebook that Google+ fixes--fine-tuning your social network
Dennis OConnor

What Google knows about you and how to tweak it - 12 views

  • Many of them, however, start out in the Google Privacy Center, which isn't just for telling you about Google's privacy principles. Lots of things can be found here, but the most important are under the Privacy tools subhead on the left side. Admittedly, I had never visited my own Dashboard before my conversation with McPhie, but I should have—and so should you. When you hit up the Dashboard while logged into your Google account, you can see a list of every Google product you have an account with, as well as the information each one has stored about you.
Rob Reynolds

Google Apps for Education - Free Hosted Email (Gmail) for EDU - 4 views

  • A technology platform schools can trust
    Google Apps is also governed by a detailed Privacy Policy, which ensures we will not inappropriately share or use personal information placed in our systems. The Google Apps Terms of Service contractually ensures that your institution (or students, faculty, and staff) are the sole owners of their data. Because customers own the data they put into Google Apps, we believe it should be easy for your users to move their data in and out of our systems. The controls, processes and policies that protect user data in our systems have obtained a SAS 70 Type II attestation and will continue to seek similar attestation. Google complies with applicable US privacy law, and the Google Apps Terms of Service can specifically detail our obligations and compliance with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) regulations. Google is registered with the US-EU Safe Harbor agreement, which helps ensure that our data protection compliance meets European Union standards for educational institutions.
    Good info page on explaining Google Apps EDU and answers to common concerns.
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