Privacy Issues in the Cloud Mirror Those in Virtual Worlds


by Greg Bernhardt
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CNET News Does the 4th Amendment Cover the Cloud? As technology continues to race forward, the law slogs along, years or even decades behind. *This article discusses a student note from the recent issue of the Minnesota Law Review which highlights the precarious nature of data on the Internet. * Although information generated by people [...]
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This reminds me that even a major internet player can make privacy mistakes. Which we've seen with Google's new Buzz.
http://news.cnet.com/8301-31322_3-10451428-256.html

We've also seen Facebook be in the middle of privacy battles.


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