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Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily

Posted in オバマ, プライバシー by shiro on 2013年6月6日

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Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily | World news | The Guardian

The document shows for the first time that under the Obama administration the communication records of millions of US citizens are being collected indiscriminately and in bulk — regardless of whether they are suspected of any wrongdoing.

The secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) granted the order to the FBI on April 25, giving the government unlimited authority to obtain the data for a specified three-month period ending on July 19.

Under the terms of the blanket order, the numbers of both parties on a call are handed over, as is location data, call duration, unique identifiers, and the time and duration of all calls. The contents of the conversation itself are not covered.

The Guardian: NSA Collecting Phone Records of Millions of Americans Daily | Daring Fireball

Apple Finally Reveals How Long Siri Keeps Your Data

Posted in アップル, プライバシー by shiro on 2013年4月20日
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You Lookin’ at Me? Reflections on Google Glass

Posted in ウェアラブルコンピュータ, グーグル, プライバシー by shiro on 2013年4月14日

Another Reason Google Reader Died: Increased Concern About Privacy and Compliance

Posted in グーグル, プライバシー by shiro on 2013年3月25日
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No Google Glasses allowed, declares Seattle dive bar

Posted in ウェアラブルコンピュータ, グーグル by shiro on 2013年3月11日

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No Google Glasses allowed, declares Seattle dive bar | GeekWire

Google’s high-tech augmented reality “Project Glass” spectacles are still in development, and not available for purchase. But Seattle’s 5 Point Cafe is getting ahead of the game — and fueling a debate over privacy — by banning the devices from the bar in advance.

The Google Glass feature no one is talking about

Posted in ウェアラブルコンピュータ, グーグル, プライバシー by shiro on 2013年3月2日

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The Google Glass feature no one is talking about | Creative Good

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The key experiential question of Google Glass isn’t what it’s like to wear them, it’s what it’s like to be around someone else who’s wearing them. I’ll give an easy example. Your one-on-one conversation with someone wearing Google Glass is likely to be annoying, because you’ll suspect that you don’t have their undivided attention. And you can’t comfortably ask them to take the glasses off (especially when, inevitably, the device is integrated into prescription lenses). Finally — here’s where the problems really start — you don’t know if they’re taking a video of you.

The Other Google Glass Experience | Daring Fireball

Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm

Posted in プライバシー by shiro on 2013年2月12日

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Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm | The Guardian

Exclusive: Raytheon’s Riot program mines social network data like a ‘Google for spies’, drawing ire from civil rights groups

How Raytheon software tracks you online – video | guardian.co.uk

In this video obtained by the Guardian, Raytheon’s ‘principal investigator’ Brian Urch explains how the Rapid Information Overlay Technology (Riot) software uses photographs on social networks. These images sometimes contain latitude and longitude details – automatically embedded by smartphones within so-called ‘exif header data’. Riot pulls out this information, analysing not only the photographs posted by individuals, but also the location where these images were taken

No, Instagram can’t sell your photos: what the new terms of service really mean

Posted in プライバシー by shiro on 2012年12月19日

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No, Instagram can’t sell your photos: what the new terms of service really mean | The Verge

To help us deliver interesting paid or sponsored content or promotions, you agree that a business or other entity may pay us to display your username, likeness, photos (along with any associated metadata), and/or actions you take, in connection with paid or sponsored content or promotions, without any compensation to you.

In fact, the real lesson here isn’t about the legal implications of Instagram’s terms of service — it’s about how little we trust Facebook to do the right thing.

Privacy policies: Google, Dropbox, iCloud, Microsoft | The Loop

Thank you, and we’re listening | Instagram Blog

Instagram seeks right to sell access to photos to advertisers | BBC News

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