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Questions for Google on its Latest Act of Privacide -- Part XXI Privacy vs. Publicacy series
Submitted by Scott Cleland on Fri, 2010-04-23 12:26
Google's latest privacy-killing act of privacide is "Google's roving Street View spycam," which is not only taking pictures, but is also scanning to log WiFi network addresses and unique Media Access Control (Mac)addresses per Andrew Orlowski's excellent scoop at the Register.
Privacide Questions for Google:
Question for Privacy Authorities:
Publicacy vs Privacy Series:
Part I: The Growing Privacy-Publicacy Fault-line -- The Tension Underneath World Data Privacy Day
Part II: Implications of User Location Tracking
Part III: Extreme Publicacy -- Does Privacy Stand a Chance?
Part VI: Why FTC’s Behavioral-Ad Principles Are a Big Deal
Part V: Privacy prevailed in Facebook's privacy-publicacy earthquake
Part VI: Do People Own Their Private Information Online?
Part VII: Where is the line between privacy and publicacy?
Part VIII: "Privacy is Over"
Part IX: "Interventional Targeting? "Get into people's heads"
Part X: "Latest publicacy arguments against privacy"
Part XI: "The Web 2.0 movement is opposed to the privacy movement."
Part XII: "No consumer control over the commercialization of their privacy?"
Part XIV: "Google Book Settlement "absolutely silent on user privacy"
Part XV: Yet more evidence of Google's hostility to privacy
Part XVI: Poll: Americans strongly oppose publicacy & expect online privacy
Part XVII: FaceBook CEO throws privacy under the bus
Part XIII: Fact Checking Google's privacy principles
Part XIX: Google's Privacy "Buzz" Saw
Part XX: Facebook and Google in a race to the Privacy bottom?