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Privacy, the internet and the impossibility of “the right to be forgotten” http://ow.ly/2K4vMk
Earlier this year, the European Union Court of Justice ruled that Google and other search engines can be ordered to alter the results of online queries in order to protect a new right: “the right to be forgotten.”
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Google Is Putting $50 Million Toward Getting Girls to Code http://ow.ly/2JRGNF
Made With Code is a new Google initiative to motivate future female programmers. Only 18% of computer science degrees are earned by women.
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Doctors' (And Patients') Lives Are Made Easier By Mobile Apps http://ow.ly/2JRGND
Mobile apps are revolutionising the way healthcare has been conceived for centuries, creating a direct and invisible link between patients and doctors....
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Voices: In the digital world, privacy is the price of admission http://ow.ly/2JRGHJ
When Facebook last week revealed it had toyed with users' emotions for a brief window in 2012, some may have expected a bigger backlash but that it seems is still a ways off
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Senate Intelligence Committee approves cybersecurity bill http://ow.ly/2JRGHG
(Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee approved a bill on Tuesday to encourage companies to exchange information with the government on hacking attempts and cybersecurity threats, officials said. Despite concerns by some that the measure does not do enough to protect privacy, the committee voted 12-3 to advance the measure authored by its chairwoman, Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat, and Vice Chairman Saxby Chambliss, a Georgia...
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Google to Tour Europe to Discuss Privacy http://ow.ly/2K4vMu
The group will visit six countries as it discusses how search engines will react to Europe’s so-called right to be forgotten ruling.
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CHART OF THE DAY: Mobile Apps Are Dominating Media Consumption http://ow.ly/2JRGNH
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How to tell jokes like a pro http://ow.ly/2JRGNE
Our writer tries to get laughs from total strangers – would she get funnier after a masterclass from Lucy Porter?
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Who is ready to have cross-platform private chat that everyone can use? We are! #Chadderforall
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U.S. privacy board says NSA Internet spying program is effective but worrying http://ow.ly/2JRGNz
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Supreme Court's Cell Phone Ruling Is a Major Victory for Privacy Rights http://ow.ly/2JRGNu
In an age where smart phones are an extension of our being, and people are willing to pay thousands to protect the contents of their stolen mobiles, a police search of a cell phone could uncover many extremely personal details quite quickly. In Massachusetts, in the case of Brima Wurie, a search of an old school flip phone (known as a "burn phone" in some drug-related instances) led officers to find drugs and weapons in Wurie's home.  Cell phones...
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