Posts Tagged: Privacy

Carrier IQ: poor little victim of carrier’s desires (NOT)

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Sometimes when I read TechCrunch I’m not sure if they’re just trolling or accidentally “omit” certain aspects of story. You have probably seen enough Carrier IQ news everywhere — how it’s capable of recording everything on your Android phone but choses to only “help carriers to improve service”, how Apple turned out to also have […]

Microsoft strikes at marketing dreams, shows users good side

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Microsoft’s IE 9 blog has an article about new tracking control, and some preliminary information on how it will be implemented (primarily with “allow” and “deny” regular expressions). And this gives me a hope that at least this department is interested in helping users first, and making money later. Here are my thoughts on “do […]