Privacy Net – June 29, 2010

Today’s survey says…users are more worried about their privacy when it comes to ads than identity theft [eMarketer]

In case you missed up, the government updated its cookie policy last Friday… [O'Reilly Radar]

An expert testifying before a Congress subcommittee last week said the Electronic Communications Privacy Act needs to be updated, specifically to address “location-aware” technologies…duh, dude [Engadget]

Apple‘s latest version of its privacy policy isn’t just causing a stir here in the US…Germany’s also not pleased [Reuters]

Apparently the newest version of Windows Live Messenger has some privacy problems…obviously this is the first I’ve heard of it because up until yesterday, I didn’t even know Windows Messenger still existed [InfoWorld]

According to some recent study from some institution of higher education I’ve never heard of, social networks leak your location information… [ComputerWorld]

Um, so FaceTime video calling on the iPhone 4 is cool and all, but I’m not sure how to feel about the fact that apparently anyone can “pick up” a FaceTime video call…eek! [San Francisco Chronicle]

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