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Google Drive Privacy Policy

When downloading the google drive windows application, so that you can use to upload documents to the google drive server, you must adhere to google terms of Services. 170 more words

China proposes draft privacy legislation with significant potential implications

On July 6, 2015, China’s legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC), circulated for comment two pieces of draft legislation with significant potential implications for data privacy and data security in China. 1,299 more words

Data Protection Act

Here's what WikiLeaks knows about you

Given the anti-surveillance manifestos of its founder, one might be under the impression that WikiLeaks knows nothing about the people who read its trove of purloined government documents, internal corporate memos, and other appropriated goods. 337 more words

Tech

Privacy Policy Page - Korea Hallyu

What information do we collect?

We collect information from you when you register on our site, place an order or subscribe to our newsletter.

When ordering or registering on our site, as appropriate, you may be asked to enter your: name, e-mail address, mailing address or phone number. 834 more words

E-commerce

Privacy Policies not up to pare with Australia's Privacy Requirements

Australia’s Information Commission released the results of its assessment of the online privacy policies of 20 Australian and multi-national organizations many of which covered companies within a multitude of industries such as finance, government, retail and many other sectors. 281 more words

Digital Labor: Searching on Google means Working for Google

    Are we becoming all-consumed with media so much that we are working for the media of which we consume so often? As the digital markets balloon outward, the widespread collection of data from users on the internet has become a capitalist gain for certain companies. 588 more words

Privacy: You can never have enough of it

Do you close your house blinds every night? Have a lock on your phone? Lock your house? Password protect your email? If you answer yes to most of these, you are a privacy conscious individual. 375 more words

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