Archive | June, 2011

Consumer Watchdog Says Senate Panel Should Subpoena Google Executives Larry Page And Eric Schmidt

22. June 2011

Consumer Watchdog Says Senate Panel Should Subpoena Google Executives Larry Page And Eric Schmidt

WASHINGTON, DC — The refusal of Google’s top executives, CEO Larry Page and Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt to testify at a hearing by the Senate’s antitrust subcommittee demonstrates a contempt for Congress and the full Senate Judiciary Committee should subpoena the two executives, Consumer Watchdog said today.

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Facebook Hires D.C. Insiders

15. June 2011

“They could say we are hiring lobbyists to keep government off our back or they could say, ‘We do better when our customers have faith in us and trust us and we’ll sit down and negotiate,’” said John Simpson of the Consumer Watchdog. “Up to now, Facebook has stiffed serious attempts at that kind of policy development.”

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Privacy Groups Request FTC Probe of Facebook Facial Recognition Tech

13. June 2011

EPIC wants the FTC to require Facebook to stop using the technology pending an investigation, as well as ultimately make it opt-in.The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) joined with the Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Watchdog, and the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse to file a complaint with the agency, arguing that the facial-recognition software is “unfair and deceptive.”

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Privacy Groups Urge Investigation of Facebook Facial Recognition Tool

13. June 2011

“There is every reason to believe that unless the [FTC] acts promptly, Facebook will routinely automate facial identification and eliminate any pretense of user control over the use of their own images for online identification,” Rotenberg wrote in the complaint. EPIC was joined by the Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Watchdog and Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.

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Google’s Do Not Track answer doesn’t track

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3. June 2011

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Google’s Do Not Track answer doesn’t track

If you follow a company closely, like I follow Google, there is no better place to remind its executives of your continued interest than the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting. It keeps them on their toes. I own a couple of shares of Google stock, so I headed up to Mountain View Thursday to attend the […]

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