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How search engines rate on privacy August 13, 2007 News.com asks Google, Yahoo and others to fess up on what they do to protect their users' personal information.In their own words: Search engines on privacy
The privacy conundrum December 26, 2006 When federal agencies and commercial enterprises share records, do you feel safer--or violated?
In their own words: Search engines on privacy August 13, 2007 CNET News.com tries to clear up recent privacy announcements by surveying Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask.com and AOL. Here, they respond.How search engines rate on privacy
Paying for online privacy June 20, 2007 Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod says a new report detailing online consumer behavior speaks volumes about frustration levels.
Putting privacy to the test February 26, 2007 High tech has an intrusive side that some find troubling, from databases of personal information to Web cookies, Webcams and airport scans.
Google to feds: Back off February 17, 2006 Company chastises an "uninformed" Justice Department and stands its ground against a subpoena for search records. FAQ: The Google subpoena Subpoena fight round two?
Balancing law with tech and privacy March 8, 2008 Legal issues collide with privacy, intellectual property, innovation, and technology at the Legal Futures Conference at Stanford University. Why we should care about the spectrum debate
The new urgency to fix online privacy October 31, 2007 Unlike Y2K, which was a nonevent, Internet attorney Eric Sinrod explains why the business world is mobilizing behind what it sees as a real threat.
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