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Tag Archives: Privacy
Twidroyd/Twidroid is a Twitter application for the Android platform. I really quite liked it, until they were bought by Tweetup. Why? Well, during the name change they added a huge EULA. However, the important part is (highlighted part by me): … Continue reading
I was reading this at El Reg. I like Privacy International. I share many of the same values but I’m not sure that Alexander Hanff has any idea of how code is written at Google. I don’t, but I’d hazard … Continue reading
Just when I thought I didn’t need any new reasons not to travel to the US a new one pops up: Europeans and other potential enemies of the US are to be forced to deposit their personal details on the … Continue reading