Information about items pertaining to information privacy

Phishers try flattery with Facebook Page owners

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An interesting article in Naked Security on Phishers try…

Why Twitter’s two-factor authentication isn’t going to stop media organisations from being hacked

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A posting from Naked Security on Why Twitter's two-factor authentication…

Facebook launches privacy campaign to protect teens

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An posting from Naked Security about Facebook launches privacy…

Facebook Home – Great if you think privacy is dead

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An posting from naked seciuty about face book home: Is Facebook…

Data broker Acxiom to reveal what it knows about you

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An posting from Cnet news  in there Security and Privacy…

Think cyber crime laws are bad now? Wait till you see the latest proposals

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Congress is revising the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act -- in the worst way possible. It's time to fix the CFAA, the right way

Google Maps contest under privacy investigation in India

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An posting from NBC NEWS in the technology section  about Google…

Don’t Be Dumb About Smartphone Privacy

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An interesting article from forbes.com about smart-phone privacy:…

Proposed Legislation to Curb 1.3 million Demand for Subscriber Information in 2011

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With the introduction of a newly drafted legislation by Representative Edward Markey, he is looking for a way to curb the growing number of requests wireless carriers receive from U.S. law enforcement agencies for their customers' phone records.

Welcome to Choose Privacy Week!

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Choose Privacy Week is an initiative that invites library users into a national conversation about privacy rights in a digital age. The campaign gives libraries the tools they need to educate and engage users, and gives citizens the resources to think critically and make more informed choices about their privacy. The American Library Association (ALA) has developed a variety of resources to help libraries reach out to their communities. We hope you will explore this site to learn more about what your community can do to spark thought and discussion around privacy issues today. Whether you are considering creating a display, sponsoring a contest, hosting a program or workshop, or moderating a community dialogue about privacy, we have tools that can help!