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# privacy laws

All time
# Europe vs Facebook
This man's privacy case against Facebook could be a 'near-disaster' for tech companies
It follows allegations about Facebook’s collaboration in US government spying.
# memoto
'Lifelogging' camera with no off-button: chronicler or privacy breach?
The camera takes a picture every 30 seconds, digitally recording your daily life. But why?
# riposte
UCI appealing Spanish ruling to destroy blood bags
The judgement would prevent officials from identifying blood-doping clients.
Column: A reputation can be ruined... but it can also recover
Former trader Nick Leeson says there is a big difference in the motivation behind resignations of Rebekah Brooks and police chief Paul Stephenson – and it could make all the difference to how they rebuild their personal reputations.
# blocked view
Google threatens to shut down Swiss Street View
Closing down the service in one whole country would be the internet giant’s biggest response yet to privacy violation claims.