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Three privacy groups have filed a complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission saying the acquisition of DoubleClick by Google will injure consumers by invading their privacy and harm the public interest. Google and DoubleClick, however, claim that their respective data sets cannot be combined to gain more information on consumers.

Published in Home Tech
For $50 a year you'll soon be able to christen your Second Life avatar with your actual name, but Linden Labs seems to be doing little to stop someone else masquerading as you.

Published in Seeking Nerdvana
Thursday, 22 March 2007 14:33

ICANN may offer domain registrants more privacy

At present, people registering domains must allow their contact details to appear in a public database - but that may change if the recommendations of ICANN's task force on whois services are accepted.

Published in Home Tech

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