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UK plan to scrap cookie consent boxes will make it ‘easier to spy’ on web users
Theguardian.com · 2022-06-22 22:27 estimated reading time: 2 min Proposals to scrap pop-up cookie consent boxes on websites will make it easier to spy on web users, a privacy campaign group has warned.Cookie banners are a common feature for web users, who are asked to give their consent for websites as well as marketing
Google collects almost 40 data points per user most out of top tech giants Atlas VPN
Atlasvpn.com · 2022-06-05 19:12 estimated reading time: 3 min Edward G. | May 25, 2022Data analyzed by Atlas VPN reveals that Google collects the most information about its users out of five selected tech giants - Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, and Apple. Barely anyone has the time or patience to read through doz
Why did you disable the Timeline in Windows 10?
Digitalcitizen.life · 2022-05-27 16:20 estimated reading time: < 1 min Please Wait... | Cloudflare Please enable cookies.Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA?Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property.What can I do to prevent this in the future?If you are on a personal
Google Is Sharing Our Data at a Startling Scale
Washingtonpost.com · 2022-05-17 06:34 estimated reading time: 5 min Along with the Pixel phones, watches and earbuds at Google’s annual showcase of software and devices last week came a pair of nifty-looking translation glasses. Put them on and real-time “subtitles” appear on the lenses as you watch a person speaking
Blockchain (III): Smart Contracts and personal data | AEPD
Aepd.es · 2022-04-21 13:43 estimated reading time: 6 min Smart contracts are one of the most widely used and well-known applications of the blockchain along with cryptocurrencies. Despite its name, a smart contract is nothing more than a program (an algorithm) that is stored on the  nodes of a blockchain and tha
Security tool guarantees privacy in surveillance footage
Csail.mit.edu · 2022-04-15 11:40 estimated reading time: 5 min Surveillance cameras have an identity problem, fueled by an inherent tension between utility and privacy. As these powerful little devices have cropped up seemingly everywhere, the use of machine learning tools has automated video content analysis at a mass
GDPR and Google Analytics: Google, you are not an island!
Linkedin.com · 2022-01-16 01:00:35+0 estimated reading time: 13 min This might seem a long post, but it’s length is needed to accurately explain my personal interpretation on how Google, and more specifically Google Analytics is dealing with the GDPR. Opinions are my own.I was fortunate enough to receive, through my trus
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