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[03/15/2006] Judge to order Google to give up some data
A federal judge said Tuesday he intends to order Google Inc. to turn over some of its Internet records to the U.S. Justice Department, but expressed reservations about requiring the company to divulge some of its most sensitive data — the actual requests that people enter into its popular search engine. » More

[03/13/2006] Report: Web Searches Can ID CIA Employees
The identities of 2,600 CIA employees and the locations of two dozen of the agency\'s covert workplaces in the United States can be found easily through Internet searches, according to an investigation by the Chicago Tribune. » More

[03/02/2006] AOL accused of planning ‘two-tier’ internet
AOL, the internet service provider, has been accused of planning to introduce an “e-mail tax” that could lead to a two-tiered internet. » More

[01/25/2006] 77% of Google users don\'t know it records personal data
More than three quarters of web surfers don\'t realize Google records and stores information that may identify them, results of a new opinion poll show. » More

[12/02/2005] BellSouth proposes rigging the Internet
A senior telecommunications executive said yesterday that Internet service providers should be allowed to strike deals to give certain Web sites or services priority in reaching computer users, a controversial system that would significantly change how the Internet operates. » More

[12/01/2005] U.S. Customs now reads your blog entries?
An Iranian trying to enter the U.S. says border guards barred him from entering because his blog said he was based in New York.\n » More

[11/16/2005] Google is watching you
Do we trust companies (and our government) to never examine our clickstream for any purpose other than those we approve of? For now, it seems our answer is yes. » More

[11/05/2005] The Art of Privacy Invasion
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[11/02/2005] Campuses question government surveillance
Campuses across the country are now subject -- though many reluctantly -- to a federal statute enabling law enforcement agencies to monitor students\' email and computer use. » More

[10/27/2005] Avoid Internet-era Big Brother
A federal order would force universities, online-communications companies and cities to upgrade Internet computer networks by spring 2007 to allow easier monitoring of Internet-based phone calls. » More

[10/25/2005] Big brother on campus
The federal government, vastly extending the reach of an 11-year-old law, is requiring hundreds of universities, online communications companies and cities to overhaul their Internet computer networks to make it easier for law enforcement authorities to monitor e-mail and other online communications. » More

[10/20/2005] Big Brother can use printer to track you
It sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it isn’t. The pages coming out of your color printer may contain hidden information that could be used to track you down if you ever cross the U.S. government.... » More

[10/20/2005] Big Brother can use printer to track you
It sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it isn’t. The pages coming out of your color printer may contain hidden information that could be used to track you down if you ever cross the U.S. government.... » More

[10/19/2005] Big Brother lurking in WiFi, mobile services
Google wants to create a new kind of online advertising where its network knows your precise location and displays ads for businesses within just a few blocks of wherever you are. » More

[10/17/2005] HOMELAND SEC. SURVEIL ALL AOL FILES
The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) claims America OnLine is providing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) \"unlimited surveillance\" of their members » More




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