Just in case this hasn't come to your notice yet, but linkedin has the right to use your photos for advertising if you don't opt-out 😦 Read more here. There is already discussions in progress on which privacy laws it is potentially breaking. To opt-out you need to do the following: 1) go to your … Continue reading LinkedIn is being sneaky over your privacy settings!
The (quiet) introduction of a National Police Reference System in Australia has raised concerns on the impact on privacy. The database (run by CRIMTRAC has millions of records - including DNA and fingerprints) and is able to be accessed by all Australian law enforcement officers. There are up to 80,000 accesses to the data per day. For more … Continue reading National Crime Database Raises Privacy Concerns
Looks as though Google is taking a significant initiative in enabling transparency in what they are collecting on you and how it is used. Check out this for the full article. "It has created a window into part of its database, so users can see that Google has deduced that they are interested in “Anime … Continue reading Check out Google’s new privacy controls!