The courts have no problem separating individuals from their supposed privacy and confidentiality, regardless of what Twitter, Facebook et al. might state in their terms of service. Here’s the story.
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- Facebook nears settlement with FTC on privacy opt-in
- Facebook privacy control overhaul will remove ability to limit who can find us
- Judge orders women in sexual harassment case to hand over Facebook logins
- Judge denies Home Depot’s demand for worker’s emotion-laden Facebook posts
- 13 million US Facebook users not using, or oblivious to, privacy controls
- Ridiculously redacted interpretation of FISA snooping law released January 16, 2013
- Medical group fined $140K for tossing patients’ health records into public dump January 15, 2013
- Texas student appeals court order to wear “Mark of the Beast” RFID tracking badge January 15, 2013
- Crunch Your Own Damn Resumé January 10, 2013
- NASA suffers major data breach over stolen laptop that wasn’t encrypted December 29, 2012
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- FREEDOM: Hello nice to see you posting about my finds if yo...
- Ben: Lisa I read a recent piece you submitted for Th...
- Interview James: Very inspiring job seeking information! Cover lett...
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