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  1. What is public shame going to look like in 2033
    http://www.antipope.org/charlie/blog-...8/the-internet-is-for-porn-black.html
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  2. Netscape Communications Corporation's release of Communicator 4.06 * » contains a new feature, ``Smart Browsing'', controlled by a new icon labeled What's Related , a front-end to a service that will recommend sites that are related to the document the user is currently viewing. The implementation of this feature raises a number of potentially serious privacy concerns, which we have examined here.

    Specifically, URLs that are visited while a user browses the web are reported back to a server at Netscape. The logs of this data, when used in conjunction with cookies, could be used to build extensive dossiers of individual web users, even including their names, addresses, and telephone numbers in some cases.
    http://www.interhack.net/pubs/whatsrelated
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2012-08-04)
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  3. Di conseguenza, i gestori dei siti che vogliano continuare a usare questo servizio, dovranno implementare l’informativa breve (il caratteristico banner) e registrare il consenso dell’utente. Coloro che, invece, continuino ad utilizzare il servizio di Google nelle sue modalità di default o lo colleghino addirittura ad altri servizi (come ad esempio Google Adsense) dovranno procedere anche a notificare il trattamento al Garante (pagando un importo di 150 euro).
    http://www.chefuturo.it/2015/06/guida...elaw-garante-banner-analytics-cookies
    Tags: , , by M. Fioretti (2015-06-08)
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  4. A study released this week revealed that 47% of Facebook users have swear words on their pages. A survey last week, meanwhile, showed that undergraduate men who talk about alcohol on Facebook tend to have more friends.
    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/TECH/soci...on_technology+%28RSS%3A+Technology%29
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  5. This post is for you, guy with no iPad password, and for you, girl who stays signed into Gmail on her boyfriend’s computer, and for you, person walking down the street having a loud conversation on your mobile phone about your recent doctor’s diagnosis of that rash thing you have. These are the really, really simple things you should be doing to keep casual intruders from invading your privacy.
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/kashmirhi...ould-be-doing-to-protect-your-privacy
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  6. TrueCrypt, tra le altre funzioni, permette anche di creare volumi nascosti, contenitori protetti che possono essere mimetizzati tra gli altri file presenti nel sistema. Quello che però molti utenti di TrueCrypt ignorano è che questi file non sono poi così nascosti: l’utility Tchunt dimostra che è possibile identificare questi volumi con una precisione quasi assoluta
    http://16s.us/TCHunt/index.php
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  7. Personal genetics company 23andMe bought a patient social networking site called CureTogether, an online forum with some 25,000 members who share information about their illness, and personal anecdotes about the effects of treatments and lifestyle choices on their symptoms.
    http://www.technologyreview.com/view/...me-expands-its-data-mining-operations
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  8. Cell phone users face an increasing frequency and depth of privacy intruding attacks. Defense knowledge has not scaled at the same speed as attack capabilities.
    http://events.ccc.de/congress/2011/Fahrplan/events/4736.en.html
    Tags: , , , by M. Fioretti (2011-12-29)
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  9. due piccole spunte, un grande casino di implicazioni.

    La vita e le relazioni sociali, in rete, si caratterizzano per il fatto che tante informazioni che nella vita reale sono implicite (o sconosciute), con il digitale diventano esplicite.

    Se vai dal fruttivendolo e ci chiacchieri, probabilmente non conosci nome e cognome, la scuola che ha frequentato, le sue preferenze, quali sono i suoi amici. Se lo vedi su Facebook tutte queste informazioni letteralmente «emergono». Diventano esplicite. E vengono storicizzate.

    E come le informazioni, anche i comportamenti delle persone.

    Questo ci dovrebbe portare a capire quanto effettivamente ci denudiamo in pubblico.

    2. Tempo e attenzione sono dati sensibili
    http://www.bookcafe.net/3-cose-su-whatsapp-e-sulla-dittatura-del-messaggio
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  10. Facebook goes public. Zuckerberg's job is to create value for shareholders. That means getting more than $4.50 a year for selling each user's information to advertisers. One of the ways Facebook is going to go about this value extraction is turning your every click into a sponsorship.
    http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/breako...book-ipo-exploit-users-172215377.html
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