This Social Media CyberWatch looks at various legislative updates to privacy law, as well as other social media tracking activities.
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This edition of Social Media CyberWatch looks at new developments in privacy research, legal debates, and online service provider policies and decisions.
This Social Media CyberWatch looks at the rebirth of CISPA, death of bill C-30, EU privacy lobbying, Facebook and Google Play privacy concerns, and various web tracking policy developments such as Do Not Track and third-party cookies implementations.
Passware Inc. is a forensics security company that develops investigation software kits to reveal passwords on seized computers.
The Citizen Lab and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) are hosting an event on 5 February 2013 on how social media can help better understand and help women who are harassed or sexually assaulted.
This month’s Social Media Watch looks at the privacy concerns around Facebook’s Graph Search, an open letter to Skype detailing concerns about its practices, several noteworthy legislative privacy stories and several other policy, security and privacy stories from the social media community.
This year-end report summarizes several trends and noteworthy happenings of the past 12 months, including an increase in government user data requests, a community governance decision-making debacle, and controversies around various privacy-oriented technical implementations.
The inaugural edition of the Social Media CyberWatch discusses issues related to privacy awareness.
Source: The Atlantic
If so, a new way of war may soon meet its end.
Source: Ryan Gallagher, The Guardian
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest: all of them could be the source of valuable intelligence that the UK’s intelligence agencies want to know about – and now government eavesdropping and security agency GCHQ is developing new tools to sift through them for nuggets of useful data.