Tag Archive: privacy

Social Media: No Right to Privacy

The case of a possibly malingering plaintiff has led a Florida court to rule that Facebook users have no right of privacy in the photos they put online. There has been much debate lately, sparked by the trend of self-written “privacy disclaimers” popping up ...

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What’s in Your Zip Code?

A Boston Globe report earlier this year spotlighted the practice of retailers who request your zip code at the point of sale. Consumers presume this information is needed to confirm a credit card purchase, but in fact, it helps the seller determine their client demographics, which ...

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How Smart is Your TV?

If you are like me, you are somewhat technologically illiterate. I cannot tell you what I had to do just to figure out how to do a blog, and I need my nine year old to show me how my phone works. That is particularly interesting ...

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