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FORBES: New US firm “MelonCard” starts free-to-use personal data protection service

November 6, 2011


Andy Greenberg of FORBES reports on the newly launched “MelonCard” service in the US which attempts to universally opt-out users from personal data collection programmes. It does ask for payment for its premium service of $7. Advertisements

OFF-GRID: all the ways your personal data is collected…

November 2, 2011


Off-grid blogger TECHSTAR offers a somewhat depressing list of all the ways personal data is collected from everyday people. The article begins with the infamous Scott McNealy quote “You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it.”

NZ post privacy policy for the Lifestyle survey

July 1, 2011


Privacy policy here  

Dominion Post coverage of the NZ post survey scandal

June 24, 2011


The following is a link to the coverage by the Dominion Post of New Zealand Post’s survey of personal information. Some of the notable comments: wayne   #11   04:37 pm Jun 20 2011 If you have completed the details giving them permission to use the data what right do you have to complain that they […]