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  1. Google Boldly Rejects UK Privacy Laws in Safari Snooping Case

    Federal Trade Commission. Google is in court because it danced around security settings on the Apple iPhone and collected some users' personal information through Safari. According to a statement released by the firm, Google has filed court papers...

  2. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    But it’s not only the Federal Government; there were six NSTIC pilot programs approved all in a variety of verticals including ecommerce, health, education, even the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.

  3. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    These are based on the Privacy Act of 1974, but that can only be applied to Federal agencies. Well, to that I would say to ask the three Wikileaks Volunteers who were turned into authorities after their Google accounts were searched without their...

  4. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    An October 14th White House blog post reveals that Google has “recently” had their credentialing solutions certified to meet federal security and privacy requirements. This means Google is now a qualified identity provider for some federal...

  5. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    The Federal Government will enable the private sector and will lead by example through the early adoption and provision of Identity Ecosystem services It will partner with the private sector to develop the Identity Ecosystem, and it will ensure...

  6. What Role Should the Government Play in Our (Searching) Lives?

    One of the most prevalent themes on the campaign trail this year was the size and role of the federal government. Social Security Whether it's as simple as downloading student loan forms or as complicated as applying for social security disability...

  7. The Future of Search: A One-Act Play in Three Acts (Act Two)

    AT&T turned over call history data to federal terrorist hunters without a warrant and was, in my book, insufficiently raked over the coals for it. Well, at least until the marketing data gets stolen by identity thieves, purchased by unprincipled...

  8. Search Records Requests under Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional

    Yesterday controversial elements of the Patriot Act were ruled unconstitutional by federal district court judge Victor Marrero. In its original form the Patriot Act granted the FBI, among other things, the power to issue “national security letters...

  9. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Consumer advocate Daniel Brandt has held Cutts' past NSA top secret security clearance up as some sort of indication of nefarious conspiracies between Google and the US federal government. In one term in university, Cutts thought that joining a...

  10. Google CEO Maps Missions, Stays on Message

    That's why it's so important that a federal court judge made an impartial decision on Google's favor recently [in response to Department of Justice requests for search query data”.Sullivan drilled down further to ask if search engines should...

  11. Full Text Reports from the Congressional Research Service on Internet Privacy, Net Technology, and Protecting Children from "Unsuitable Material"

    Federal legislation (and related issues) dealing with Internet privacy, Internet technology, and the protection of children from "unsuitable material on the web," here are a few research reports from the non-partisan and highly respected...

  12. Governments Ask Google to Turn a Blind Eye

    Leonid Sazhin, an analyst for the Federal Security Service, the Russian security agency that succeeded the K.G.B.was quoted by Itar-Tass as saying: "Terrorists don't need to reconnoiter their target. Thai security officials said they intended to...