Institutional racism perhaps?
Institutional racism perhaps?
Worse still, HMRC has already been sharing information with three credit scoring agencies - they just forgot to tell the British public.
Although the Government plans to adjust UK law to allow this data sale, I'm fairly sure this goes against the spirit of the Data Protection Act.
Any "professional" registering themselves a .guru domain is not professional enough to work with your business and should be avoided at all costs. Discuss.
Leave no stone unturned and all that.
Google's ads have been pretty evil all along ... Folks have been complaining for the better part of a decade about bad ads. And now, finally, a court is telling Google that they definitely need to do more about this. Google will try to say that this decision is an outlier, it's an Australia specific decision; frankly, that it's a mistake.
Time will tell if George Mason University is the only "impartial" body on the take.
"To criticise Google is not to criticise the internet. Those who are interested in a flawlessly functioning internet have to criticise Google. For us as a publishing house the internet is not a threat but one of the greatest chances in recent decades."
Or so says Mathias Döpfner, head of Europe's largest newspaper publisher. As he points out, his business (just like everyone else's) is now reliant on Google- "Google doesn't need us. But we need Google," he says.
He described the view, which he attributed to both Schmidt and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg in response to the NSA revelations, that "if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear", as disconcerting. "It stands for a mental attitude and a view of the world that is common in totalitarian regimes, not in free societies. The head of the Stasi or any other secret service in a dictatorship could have come out with a line like that."
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