Archive for August, 2006

Why the AOL Search Fiasco Matters

Matthew Ingram and others have questioned the response to AOL’s release of search data.  The skeptics argue that the privacy concerns have been overblown, noting that no one has actually been personally identified through their searches.  No longer.  The NY Times runs a story in which it was relatively easy […]

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August 8, 2006 5 comments News

CBC’s Contrarians on Copyright

The Contrarians ran a good program on copyright today (I was among the guests interviewed). You can catch it again on Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Update: An MP3 version of the program is now online.

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August 8, 2006 Comments are Disabled News