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Regulators demand more transparency from tech firms that track users

European regulators have published an opinion arguing that website operators should disclose all methods employed to track consumers around the Web, instead of only having to inform visitors when they’re being tracked via “cookies.” 321 more words

Tech

The Daily Tracker - Day 8 - Thanksgiving Wrap-Up

Another 8 activity points – Lots of walking and stair climbing. Ok I have to admit I was exhausted yesterday after the guests left for home. 96 more words

Weight Loss

Processing - Experimenting with Video

I have been looking at some processing video examples that I find interesting in order to help me develop ideas for my interactive piece. I have also been watching some of Daniel Shiffmans’ processing tutorials in order to improve my understanding of past processing skills that I have learnt as well as develop new skills. 308 more words

Design Iterations

How it Works: Spyphone Tracking and Monitoring Software

iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Mobile smartphones have phone spy cell phone apps that can Trace a Mobile, Track Device Location; determine what is contained in SMS text messages and e-mail; find out web-sites visited; Phone Tapping and Spy Call remote microphone control…

My Life

Twitter to start snooping at which apps you have installed - here's how to opt out

Twitter is set to start peeking on users’ iPhones, iPads and Androids in order to see which apps they have downloaded.

The company will start collecting the list of apps installed on those smartphones and tablets so that it can, in its own words, “deliver tailored content that you might be interested in.” 471 more words

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Creating habits of awareness: or why I'm spending so much time on tracking journals

I’ve been spending a lot of time recently working on tracking journals. For the past year and a half or so, I’ve been involved in a tracking apprenticeship program through… 786 more words

Nature

TheGoodData wants your browsing data to benefit good causes

A new scheme called TheGoodData launched on Thursday to help people protect their online privacy – or, if they’d rather allow themselves to be tracked, to allow the monetization of the resulting data for the benefit of microloan schemes in developing countries. 356 more words