Facebook tracks “People without Facebook accounts, logged out users, and EU users who have explicitly opted out of tracking” according to Belgian data protection agency. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/mar/31/facebook-tracks-all-visitors-breaching-eu-law-report
Thank you @yochaibenkler for pushing back on “UL for software”.
Enjoying @bruce_schneier @zittrain panel today, but calling for UL-style approval on all software is insane. You propose to kill all tech startups, and all open-source software. And instead of deploying SaaS software once a day, you get to deploy it once a quarter at best. http://noblesseoblige.org/2015/03/30/bruce-schneiers-data-and-goliath-the-hidden-battles-to-collect-your-data-and-control-your-world/
I like Delaware’s corporation phone support. Qualified, nice people, giving good answers extremely quickly. Other goverment agencies, take note!
Google loses UK appeal court battle over 'clandestine' tracking http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/mar/27/google-loses-uk-appeal-court-battle-clandestine-tracking
“Citizens’ personal information is all OURS, say tech giants”. Ahem? What about the users? http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/03/26/patriot_act_fight/
Just had a phone conversation with a computer that pretended not to be a computer.
European Commission tells citizens to stop using Facebook https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/european-commission-tells-citizens-stop-using-facebook-hanff
Hey @1and1, all other registrars I have used automatically set nameservers from old registrar when transferring domains. You set it to a page that you earn advertising fees from. Not nice.
Should permissions go with users, or with apps, or some combination? “Joe gets to see X, but only if he isn’t using app Y?”