Evan Thomas King - who has written 7 posts on Inside Google.
Evan Thomas King is a Los Angeles based Director and Designer specializing in Digital Post Composition, Camera and Motion Graphics & Print Media. He has a worldwide roster of work and is regularly featured in international press engagements. Evan has also directed music videos, commercials and international press conferences as well as providing camera and direction work for non-profits. Follow Evan on Twitter @evanthomasking
Friday, March 4, 2011
The do not track concept is supported across all demographic lines — including political persuasions. According to Consumer Watchdog, 86 percent of Americans want a “Do Not Track” button created. In addition, 70 percent of Facebook members and 52 percent of Google users say they are either “somewhat” or “very concerned about their privacy, according to a recent a recent USA Today poll.Continue reading...
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Consumer Watchdog’s Carmen Balber discusses Internet privacy and the need for an online “Do Not Track Me” list.Continue reading...
Monday, August 9, 2010
Comments Off on Sign Our Petition: Defend a free and open Internet
Two giant corporations – Google and Verizon — have just announced a joint plan that would kill the open Internet as we know it. They want to allow Internet Service Providers to charge a premium do deliver some data services faster than other content. They would place no restraint on data discrimination on the wireless Internet.
We can’t let two companies decide the rules for the Internet. The Federal Communications Commission must act to ensure that “Net Neutrality” is guaranteed for both the wireline and wireless Internet. Please sign our petition.Continue reading...
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
We need your help. Sign our petition and demand that Google comes clean about the Wi-Spy scandal. Demand that Congress hold hearings immediately into the question of why Google thinks it’s OK to gather our private data and what they plan on doing with it. Google must also explain its relationship with the National Security Agency.Continue reading...
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
Thursday, June 17, 2010