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Adapting Privacy

Lawyers will be lawyers. That’s a quote from a piece at Ars Technica on how and why search engine startup Neeva changed their privacy policy. Their business model relied on users paying Neeva to keep their data private. The goal … Continue reading

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The Social Impact of Data

Let the data drive your decisions. This has been something of a mantra for many technical people, and even many business people, across the last twenty or so years. The allure of business intelligence is harnessing lots of data to … Continue reading

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When Will Privacy Matter?

More and more people are becoming concerned about data privacy. There’s more advocacy, and this shows in more laws being passed around the world. Those are good steps forward, but those rules and restrictions are just the lowest bar of … Continue reading

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A Data Controversy

Quite a bit has changed since this article about airlines and the US government.  Since very few people are flying, or even can fly, perhaps this disagreement is moot, but I bet it comes up again. Now, separate from the … Continue reading

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