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SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc has removed an experimental privacy feature from its Android mobile software that had allowed users to block apps from collecting personal information such as address book data and a user's location.
LOS ANGELES: The Federal Trade Commission voted to fine Facebook around $5 billion for violations of the FTC's consumer-privacy rules, according to multiple media reports -- the biggest privacy-related fine in the commission's history.
LONDON: Facebook Inc, Google and Apple Inc are all at risk of hefty fines if the European data protection regulator probing them finds they violated European Union privacy rules.
WASHINGTON: The Commerce Department is calling for the creation of a privacy bill of rights for Internet users to set ground rules for companies that collect consumer data online and use that information for marketing and other purposes.
JERUSALEM: Google's global privacy counsel says he's surprised by how few people choose to control what ads are steered their way - a tool which the Internet search giant launched, albeit with minimal fanfare, over the past year.
Internal exchanges uncovered in response to FTC probe could cast doubt on founder’s commitment to user privacy, people familiar with the matter say
NEW YORK: Facebook is changing its privacy settings to give users more control over who sees the information they post on their personal pages.
THE government is prepared to enact a privacy and data protection law to address the growing concern among Internet users about invasion of their privacy via the Web, Second Finance Minister Datuk Jamaludin Jarjis said.