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Teemo, Fidzup : la CNIL interdit la géolocalisation sauvage - l'UE pense à la légaliser
Hier, la CNIL a déclaré illicites les activités de deux start-ups françaises, Teemo et Fidzup, qui géolocalisent des millions de personnes à des fins publicitaires et sans leur consentement. Elles ont trois mois pour cesser ces activités. Hélas, sur le long terme, leur modèle pourrait devenir licite : c'est en tout cas ce sur quoi l'Union européenne débat via un futur règlement ePrivacy.
data  privacy 
3 minutes ago by Gwendoux
The Prisoner 001 (2018) | View Comic
Yes folks, it's a modern sequel/revival! (Although I think they have the chessboard in the wrong part of the Village, but perhaps they've relandscaped the lawn in the 52 years since we last saw it.) It's being released one episode per month, with #2 already available. Be seeing you.
tv  comic  privacy  sousveillance  surveillance  society  narrative  coolstuff  nerd  books  scifi  incrediblyobscurereference 
2 hours ago by gominokouhai
COUNTRY PROFILE:SWITZERLAND Below is a list of all the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties in existence for this country. We do our best to keep this up to date
privacy  security  legal 
4 hours ago by danesparza
Soon we'll use smartphones to trace our food on the blockchain. But there's a catch: We'll be traced, too.
So, in the very near IoE future, your smartphone will be able to connect you to a web of other smart, internet-connected objects. Take the grocery store: In an IoE supermarket scenario, you might be shopping for tuna in the seafood section, and use your phone to scan a label on the packaging to find out the species, where it was caught it and by whom, where it was processed, and who distributed it. And if the seafood distributor had been tracking the fish on the blockchain, a theoretically immutable digital ledger, you could be assured that the information was true and unaltered.
blockchain  food  future  privacy  retail 
8 hours ago by dancall

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