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Attention aux faux courriels d' #EDF , j'ai reçu ça ce matin dans ma boite.

Pour vérifier, je suis allé sur le site qui te demande gentiment Nom, prénom, adresse, date de naissance.
=> J'ai mis des réponses bidons, même pour le mot de passe EDF
La page suivante te demande n° CB, code sécurité CB, date validité CB et n° de compte banque. 
=> Ici aussi, j'ai répondu n'importe quoi alors qu'un vrai site marchand vérifie à l'aide d'un algorithme la cohérence du n) CB ou du compte banque.
Enfin, si tu souhaites vraiment une réelle usurpation d'identité, il te propose de joindre copie de ta pièce d'identité ainsi que ta dernière facture EDF.
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1. Learn the Skills You Need Learn the programming basics "The goal of this guide is to be the easiest and funnest way for a beginner to get started programming." Read more: Learn To Progr...
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It's here bitches !
This week, The Onion Review takes a look back at some of the most important news stories that shaped our lives in 2011.
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74 Great Films To Watch On YouTube: Bless the hearts of those wonderful folks who posted these full-length uploads of old films to You...
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Ho ho ho
Peter Day traces the rise of the bonus culture, from the City through big business to the public sector, and asks how much damage it causes.
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Hey Google, thanks for making my daughter cry.

Several years ago I set up a gmail account for my daughter so she could send email to her grandparents. At the beginning of this school year, she started using it much more actively to send messages to her friends and classmates. She also started a blogger blog as a class project.

Then, we woke up this morning to find that Google had disabled both her blog and her email account--apparently because she is under age.

Now, I don't remember seeing anything about the age restriction when I originally set up her account. And I understand that Google needs to comply with COPPA, but all of that is really beside the point.

My complaint is about the way Google has chosen to act in this matter--both the fact that they didn't notify us at all--they simply turned off the account without any warning, locking up all her data, preventing us from accessing it. And, more importantly, in the way they chose to implement their COPPA compliance.

Remember, COPPA places restrictions on websites. It limits the information that Google can collect about children. Google could be 100% COPPA compliant if they simply changed the way they collect data. And, in fact, Google does this already. They provide COPPA compliant email accounts for children under 13 from their Apps for Education domains.

So let's be clear here. There's no legal reason behind Google's decision to block my daughter's account. They've chosen to implement these age restrictions in this particular way. They've chosen to lock up my daughter's data without warning. They've chosen to threaten to delete the data.

Remember, we're talking about letters from grandparents and friends. I can't even log in and back them up. They're just gone.

Google could have made other choices--choices that are more customer friendly, more child friendly and more parent friendly. But they didn't. They've chosen to act in a dogmatic, inflexible way. They've chosen to ignore parental consent and opinion. They've chosen to act apparently without ever considering how their actions might affect the people who use and rely on their services. Damn the consequences, they did what they wanted to do and ignored everything else.

So, yes. I'm a bit pissed with Google at the moment. I think they could and should do better. This is just not acceptable behavior.
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