Tag Archives: privacy

The US is now the World’s STASI

The blanket spying (or wiretapping) on communications data in the USA predominantly  applies to non-US nationals according to the BBC (US security services seem to acknowledge this with some pride). As I reported in an earlier article on cloud computing the … Continue reading

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Snooping: Mobile Apps, The Cloud and Data Privacy

We are about to embark on some major work which will involve using mobile applications and storing data on people. As we are ethically nice people we have all sorts of policies in place about the use, storage and ultimately … Continue reading

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Would you pay for Google Services if there were no adverts?

I must admit that I rather like the various Google services such as Picasa, Gmail and the recently renamed Drive. Mainly as they just work, are reliable and are very easy to use. Indeed these features when coupled with the … Continue reading

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Workshop on Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Gaming (Deadline Extended)

We have extended the submission deadline for our workshop until 28th June, also as a result there is now a chance to have any papers that are submitted published in the adjunct proceedings of the ICEC conference in Bremen. A … Continue reading

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Workshop on Ethics, Privacy and Trust in Serious Gaming

Some colleagues and I from SnT and Glasgow Caledonian University are hosting a workshop at ICEC 2012 in Bremen, Germany. Our workshop will be on ethics, privacy and trust in serious gaming. We would very much welcome contributors who not … Continue reading

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