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As Google combats Europe' take on privacy, it wants the Europeans to enjoy the benefits of US privacy laws.
The tools for anonymous confessions have been deemed illegal in the country but Google and Microsoft question the concept of anonymity and feasibility to meet Court demands.
With university funding plummeting, Italy's higher education institutions are adopting Gmail – but not everyone's happy about the move.
John McAfee, founder of the antivirus software company that bears his name, has called out laziness and the likes of Google as two of the contributing factors to the "eroded nature of privacy in our lives today".
As Google's headset computer goes on sale in the UK, wearable tech enthusiasts get a reminder about the privacy implications.
Google is expected to remove the first links from search results following Europe's landmark privacy ruling in May.
Big companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Google don't want to be government pawns, betraying customer privacy. They can fight back now that it's all in the open.
The mandate dropped amid revelations about government surveillance on U.K.-headquartered mobile provider Vodafone.
The UK's privacy watchdog challenges Google's view that Europe's top court got the "right to be forgotten" ruling wrong.
An alleged ex AdSense employee claimed Google robbed its AdSense clients and Google issued a fast denial. Now the anonymous accuser is back with more information.
With Facebook and Google cited by consumers as "worst abusers" of private data, is this week's White House report on big data and privacy -- and its discrimination concerns -- too little, too late?
The Italian data watchdog has ruled that the company didn't do enough to let people know when Street View cars would be visiting their neighbourhood.
A French consumer group is taking action over the three companies' refusal to alter their terms and conditions on privacy - including sending French users to documents in English.
A new fashion-friendly rival to Google Glass has surfaced, focusing on the look of the headset -- but will this prompt further privacy worries?
A French judge has refused to suspend an order obliging Google to publish a notice saying it had been fined for breaches of the French data protection act.
The search giant is fighting a ruling that could see it fined €150,000 and forced to make changes to its French homepage.
In light of news that a high-profile outing resulted in one transgender woman's suicide, Violet Blue re-examines Google's outing of transgender users with its ongoing Google Plus privacy failures.