The company says it may now collect, use, transfer, and disclose our iPhone, iPad or computer identifier and location for any purpose if we opt into iTunes.
Google says the user’s device sends a request to its location server with a list of all MAC addresses currently visible to it. Does that include yours?
“In fact, it is so clear I am wondering whether you want to publish it…”
Britain, get a grip!
The plans are outlined in a series of â€œrestrictedâ€ documents circulating among officials in the Identity and Passport Service
British schools will be urged to seek parents’ permission before taking children's fingerprints, under new guidelines. But calls to outlaw the controversial practice altogether have been rejected by the government.
In my last keynote for the European Identity Conference I described how the Laws of Identity, that were increasingly flaunted by the Internet giants during the decade following their articulation, culminated in sharp and rigorous pushback by the European Union in the form of the GDPR – just as the Laws had predicted would happen. … Continue reading Tim Cook knocks it home: GDPR will impact the whole world
“Having to get permission from every single parent will be a huge bureaucratic burden and very difficult to achieve.”
A good example of “Privacy By Design” delivering tangible benefits
Stephan calls for more discussion about the definition of privacy and the approaches that can be taken in creating such a definition