The new normal: Internet privacy snafus
The Federal Communications Commission recently wrapped up its probe of Google Street View, another in a series of examples where governments and privacy advocates butted heads with tech companies over their propensity to overstep certain -- perhaps, ill-defined -- red lines governing user privacy and information on the Internet.
But Google's not the only offender. Though the names change, the song remains the same over the last decade and a half. Indeed, there has been no shortage of "mistakes" to remind us that Internet privacy remains a work in progress -- as the following slides make painfully clear.
May 2, 2012 1:17 PM PDT
Photo by: Josh Long/CNET
| Caption by: Charles Cooper, James Martin
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