Company says it will be reduce the amount of time that it will keep sensitive, identifying log data on its search engine customers. This is little more than snake oil.
Devise a fake you that is close enough to the real you for friends to recognize, but that doesn't disclose personal information to strangers.
Group says the late tech activist talked with editor Julian Assange and may have been a WikiLeaks source. But it doesn't offer any details or corroborating evidence.
Research from the University of Twente suggests that many of the members of Anonymous, the hacktivists who attacked PayPal and other sites that have constrained WikiLeaks' activities, are easily identifiable.
Webware 100 winner: PayPal
Speakers at privacy event warn developers that regulation will come if they don't shape up.
PayPal lets you trade and use money online.
Clearly, the race is on to the bottom on data retention policies. In particular, Google and Yahoo have been playing a game of privacy leapfrog.
In a move that could raise privacy concerns, the microblogging site said Wednesday evening that it will record and analyze every link users click on when using its Web site or any of the thousands of third-party apps.
Financial Times reports Yahoo, Microsoft to reveal Web search data retention policies at urging of European Union group.