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  1. Google & NSTIC Leading the March to Digital Totalitarianism?

    Data that can all be obtained by subpoena without your knowledge for court cases, legal actions or sneak and peeks which are part of the USA PATRIOT Act. But there can be practical legal impact, because if you go to an Identity Provider (IP) for an...

  2. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    It also will define the systems that will be utilized and how credentials will be passed between user and 3rd party, allowing for the ID Provider to act as the intermediary to confirm the trustworthiness of the individual.

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

    Schmidt is aware that there are countries that act against their own populous wouldn't it make sense to allow them to post anonymously rather than to aid the oppressive regime in identifying them? See behind the ease of use, the perceived anonymity...

  4. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    As infuriating as it is sometimes (okay, a lot of the time), if we're really honest with ourselves, that's true of pretty much any emerging entity, from people, to governments, to all kinds of businesses, to the simple act of learning how to cook...

  5. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Leading Internet Providers Oppose Passage of Spyware Control Act MediaPost, March 15, 2004 http://www.mediapost.com/dtls_dsp_news.cfm? Google and Yahoo are among several prominent internet companies who are urging Utah's governor not to sign a...

  6. Google And The Big Brother Nomination

    However, Tien doesn't see the unique ID as a problem, nor is the EFF's write up about the Patriot Act a reference to data that's logged. With the Patriot Act, this issue has become clouded, as there is much sharing between various US agencies now.

  7. Ask the Search Engine: Coping with Fraudulent Pay-Per-Click Traffic

    Good filtering techniques and policies are important, but cannot act as a substitute for human intervention. However, while the theory is sound, the traffic being supplied may not always be real. Similar to applying a checksum to the search URL...