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Amazon made a special version of Alexa for hotels with Echo speakers in their rooms - The Verge
Amazon says that “soon,” users will be able to temporarily link their own Amazon account with Echos that are running Alexa for Hospitality. That way you’ll have access to your music subscription from Amazon Music or Spotify or your audiobooks from Audible. “When a guest checks out, Alexa for Hospitality automatically disconnects their Amazon account from the in-room device.”
amazon  voice  technology  dataprotection  privacy  hotel  alexa 
1 hour ago by corrickwales
US mobile carriers cut off flow of location data to brokers | AP News | #privacy
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have pledged to stop providing information on U.S. phone owners’ locations to data brokers, stepping back from a business practice that has drawn criticism for endangering privacy.

None of the carriers said they are getting out of the business of selling location data. The carriers together have more than 300 million U.S. subscribers.
surveillance  dataprotection  US  mobile  marketing  advertising  locationdata  privacy 
1 hour ago by corrickwales
Depuis son exil russe, Edward Snowden estime que « tout a changé »
Cela fait maintenant cinq ans qu’Edward Snowden a quitté son confort hawaiien pour une vie d'exil en Russie. Pour marquer l’anniversaire de la fuite de documents confidentiels la plus importante de l’histoire, l’ancien membre de la NSA a accordé une interview au quotidien britannique The Guardian, qui révélait alors l’affaire en 2013, dans laquelle il tire le bilan de son sacrifice.
privacy  surveillance 
3 hours ago by Gwendoux
Verizon and AT&T will stop selling your phone’s location to data brokers | Ars Technica
Carriers forced to make changes after leak of real-time phone location data.
privacy 
3 hours ago by jellis
The internet of things is built to leak | TheHill
The Internet of Things is Built to Leak - my new op-ed in @thehill
#iotpolicy #iotprivacy…
iot  privacy 
6 hours ago by tamberg
Deleting Your Online DNA Data Is Brutally Difficult
A reporter’s effort to erase her genetic footprint gets snared in a thicket of policies and rules.
privacy  health  articles 
8 hours ago by mikael
Security Trade-Offs in the New EU Privacy Law — Krebs on Security
On two occasions this past year I’ve published stories here warning about the prospect that new European privacy regulations could result in more spams and scams ending up in your inbox. This post explains in a question and answer format some of the reasoning that went into that prediction, and responds to many of the criticisms leveled against it.
Before we get to the Q&A, a bit of background is in order. On May 25, 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect. The law, enacted by the European Parliament, requires companies to get affirmative consent for any personal information they collect on people within the European Union. Organizations that violate the GDPR could face fines of up to four percent of global annual revenues.
security  privacy  GDPR  europe  gov2.0  krebs 
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