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Google implements privacy policy despite EU warning

BBC News Internet company Google has gone ahead with its new privacy policy despite warnings from the EU that it might violate European law. The change means private data collected by one Google service can be shared with its other … Continue reading

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Google changes enable ‘per country’ blog takedowns

Source: BBC News Blogger sites can now be blocked on a “per country” basis after a change to its web address system. Google will now be able to block access in individual countries following a legal removal request. The new … Continue reading

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Freedom of speech is dead in Australia

Source: Telegraph For my money probably the best political blogger in the world is Australia’s Andrew Bolt. He was one of the first journalists onto Climategate (he got there before me) and his takedown earlier this year on his radio … Continue reading

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ManBearPig, Climategate and Watermelons: A conversation with author James Delingpole

James Delingpole is a bestselling British author and blogger who helped expose the Climategate scandal back in 2009. Reason.tv caught up with Delingpole in Los Angeles recently to learn more about his entertaining and provocative new book Watermelons: The Green … Continue reading

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Social media stomps traditional media

Source: RT America The web is increasingly becoming the top source for news and information with about 41 percent of Americans citing the Internet as the main location they seek out national and international news from — a 17 percent … Continue reading

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