Privacy Revolt of The 'Facebookers'
President Bush Violated Wiretap Law, Judge Rules
Identity Theft Victim Recovers Big Time From Credit Bureau That Just Couldn't Correct Obvious Errors
Paid To Surf -- Or
Forget the advocates. Now marketing
companies are jumping on the "Informed Consent"
Software programs aim to rip off "Paid To Surf"
Privacy": An Oxymoron In Progress?
Breaches, big and little, are adding up.
Up . . . (The DoubleClick Story)
The Internet Ad company grabs role of leading bogeyman.
Unprecedented move by Mssrs. Shelby, Markey, Bryan and
Barton signal growing Hill interest.
'Carders' Target Credit Numbers
First there were hackers. Now there are "carders." Better
check your credit card statement.
Computer Expert Richard Smith sniffs around Amazon.com,
Alexa and HTML-based e-mail, and finds more privacy concerns.
For the first time, privacy is emerging as an issue in
the Presidential campaign -- via candidates Steve Forbes and
Privacy v. Commercial
In a shocker, the U.S. Supreme Court chooses privacy over
commercial speech, upholding a purpose test for public records.
Privacy & The
A 1973 children's book provides a guide for scribes on the
Watch Out TRUSTe!
There's a new seal on the block, "Secure Assure,"
and it promises to put Internet users first.
In Your Computer?
High-speed cable modem Internet access may open your computer
to network neighbors.
Wait 'til you see what this patented surveillance system
could reveal about your in-car activities.
Not So Anonymous
Richard Smith finds imperfections in services promoting
Know Your Taxpayer
Would electronic delivery by the IRS prompt a flood of
tax records to mortgage companies and credit bureaus?
Dozens Apply For
What gives? People agree to have a tracking chip implanted
in their hands. Major corporate and military players appear
worried they've been beaten to the punch.
Good Privacy =
(& Vice Versa)
Two more surveys confirm that failure to address Internet
users' privacy concerns is seriously hurting e-commerce.
Key Gaffe, or
Microsoft denies it's in bed with the National Security Agency,
but some are having trouble explaining way its mystery "NSA-Key."