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.: Privacy Lawsuit Targets Net Giants Over ‘Zombie’ Cookies - 28th Jul 2010

"A wide swath of the net’s top websites, including MTV, ESPN, MySpace, Hulu, ABC, NBC and Scribd, were sued in federal court Friday on the grounds they violated federal computer intrusion law by secretly using storage in Adobe’s Flash player to re-create cookies deleted by users..."

.: Part I: Answers to Questions About Internet Privacy - 27th Jul 2010

"Last week, we asked readers to submit questions to Michael Fertik, founder of ReputationDefender, and Paul Ohm, a law professor at the University of Colorado, in response to The New York Times Magazine article “The Web Means the End of Forgetting..."
[NY Times]

.: Wal-Mart's use of RFID tags - a privacy issue or supplier's bane? - 27th Jul 2010

"Wal-Mart's attempt to revolutionize its inventory management system through the use of identification tags on men's garments as part of its usage of radio-frequency identification technology raises privacy concerns..."
[IB Times]

.: Facebook's battle with privacy and profit - 27th Jul 2010

"In a little over six years, Facebook has gained more than 500 million users and an estimated value of around $10bn (£6.6bn). But the social networking site has also tied itself in knots over privacy, so much so that German data officials are now taking the company to court..."

.: The security and privacy ramifications of AT&T's iLeak - 10th Jun 2010

"A French group of security researchers, has obtained the emails of 114,000 iPad users who signed up for AT&T’s 3G wireless service, including their associated ICC-IDs, relying on a flaw in the company’s site which allowed them to automate the process..."

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