Monthly Archives: January 2010

Limitations of notice

Last week I found myself engaged in a discussion with a lawyer-friend about the great advances that mobile applications have made with respect to privacy. Rather than clicking through a lengthy privacy policy, he told me, you’re now presented with … Continue reading

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May I introduce you…?

Apparently Apple might be launching a new device that promises to lure people into Apple Stores around the world in mobs, waiting in line to get their very own. Call me crazy, I’ve just never understood that … level of … Continue reading

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A tough nut to crack

I continue coming across various analyses of Facebook’s recent privacy decision, and generally haven’t felt inspired enough to weigh in. danah boyd changed all that with a rather impassioned analysis of why the decision reeks of social oppression. I fall in … Continue reading

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