Google loses High Court privacy bid
Google has lost its High Court bid to block a breach of privacy legal action launched against it in the UK by a group of British internet users.Full Story
Since: Jan 13
#1 Jan 16, 2014
Good. Enough with the invasive tracking advertising.
Share with: family, friends, public, NSA, advertisers! Makes their brag about how efficient their spam filters are funny.
Bad thing is I suspect the Courts went against Google, not out of a sense of justice, out of a sense of wanting to see them fall. Ever since that MP tried to haul them up and out over tax, Governement & Co. don't like things getting too big, aka, having too much power/influence.
Add your comments below
|Experts urge people to think about the 'digital...||Dec 7||Kid_Tomorrow||1|
|Uber hires former IBM privacy chief to investig...||Nov '14||Datsun Sunny||1|
|White House calls for more privacy laws (May '14)||Nov '14||Rick OBrien||7|
|Appeals court takes on NSA surveillance case||Nov '14||Reno NV||1|
|Apple CEO publicly acknowledges that he's gay||Nov '14||Belle Sexton||6|
|Earthquake sensors track urban traffic, too||Oct '14||rOBIN hOOD||1|
|NSA snooping angers France; Obama forced to def... (Oct '13)||Oct '14||Swedenforever||4|
Find what you want!
Search Privacy Forum Now
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC