Archive for 'Privacy' Category

Apr 15 2018

Confirmed Third Party Data Sharing by PayPal

Published by under GDPR,Privacy

PayPal has come clean and published a list of with whom they might share your personal data with, and its whopping list which includes over 600 companies. With the enforcement date set to the 25 of May for the EU GDPR I’m looking forward to see more companies coming clean on this topic and as […]

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Feb 18 2010

I’m a Twitter – Please Rob Me!

Published by under Privacy,Security

Social media is today something most people use in one form or another; If it’s blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or whatever it may be. The discussion about personal integrity goes back and forth and culminated earlier around Swedish FRA and whether the government at all has the right to scan e-mail for information to protect […]

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Oct 25 2007

Swedish tax authorities wants customer records from ISP:s

Published by under Privacy

The Swedish tax authorities (IRS), Skatteverket, has lately started to look into home pages that they think generate revenue via banner income and now wants to force Swedish ISP:s to release their customers records. Swedish ISP Bahnhof is one of several companies that received a request from Swedish IRS to release customer records between 2004-2006 […]

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Oct 25 2007

Shall we all become the sole property of FaceBook?

Published by under Privacy

Computer World, IDG and DN today writes that Microsoft has bought 1.6% of the shares in Facebook for the amount of 240 million dollars! I can just congratulate Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook. But, the questions remains if it’s in the best interest of the users to get Microsoft involved in Facebook due to the enormous […]

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