Tag Archive: Google

Jul 10 2015

Privacy versus personalisation: Google’s privacy check-up tool

A brief discussion of Google’s new privacy setting tool for its subscribers, Privacy Checkup. If you did not know it before, you know it now: Google is more than a search engine. The firm, Google Inc., owns and manages dozens of other online platforms, including: Gmail (email); YouTube (video streaming); Google Drive (a cloud storage); …

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Nov 21 2012

What does the T&T Govt/Google debacle tell us about the openness of the Internet?


Google’s latest Transparency Report was released last week. This post examines freedom of expression and the openness of the Internet. Early last week, Google released its latest Transparency Report in which it highlighted that the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Government had requested the removal of ten YouTube videos, which it refused to do. Nine of …

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Feb 29 2012

Should you be concerned about Google’s new privacy policy?

Without a doubt, we will all be affected by the proposed changes in Google’s privacy policy. This post examines the policy and highlights some of the concerns that have been raised and should be considered. Well over a month ago, Google announced that it would be amending its Privacy Policy and its Terms of Service, …

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