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Catholic Church Approves iPhone Virtual Confession app

Article to Familiarize You to Inevitability of Brain Scans Coming for All

Every Road in UK Goes Online-Great for Crooks

“Virtually everywhere you go … They’re watching” by Mike Chalmers (delawareonline.com) – June 7, 2009.

“Why the police now have to ask teenage muggers: ‘Do you eat chips?’ ” by Eileen Fairweather (dailymail.co.uk) – May 17, 2008.

Phones, Texts etc. Scanned for anti-Gov Resentment

More Invasive ID Training

Electronic Sniffer Tested at Airports

“New law to give police access to online exchanges”

“Police launch mass DNA screening to catch rapist killer after woman’s body is found in park” (dailymail.co.uk) – June 8, 2009.

Automobiles, Travel, Breath Tests: “Police should be allowed to do random breath tests for drunk driving: MPs” by Andrew Mayeda (at ottawacitizen.com) – June 18, 2009.

Google Admits to Taking Passwords and Private Mail During Streetview Mission

The Utopian Dream of No Privacy

Privacy: Law Firm Faces Huge Fine over Leak of Personal Files

ACS Law Scandal —Links

Owner of ACS–Wiki

Surveillance, Privacy: Government–Giving Themselves More Rights to Invade Privacy

Tracking-The Great Privacy Non-Debate

Facebook Goes Further with Tracking Programme

Facebook Founder declares “People Don’t Want Privacy”

Privacy: Because Young Have Put Up Their Lives on Facebook etc., They Will Need to Change their Names upon Reaching Adulthood

Privacy: Internet Reputation–You Pay Companies to Bury Deeper the Skeletons in Your Closet

Price of Facebook Privacy

Facebook Founder calls Trusting Clients “Dumb F-cks”

Time for Alternative to Facebook?

Prototype Cameraphone-Stalker’s Dream plus Training Public-You Have no Privacy

Privacy: Study on Social Networking Sites and Users

Spies, Privacy: Spy Side of Social Networking

Privacy: Feds on Social networking Sites

Privacy: Your data on Myspace up for Sale

Privacy: “Security boss calls for end to net anonymity – Kaspersky’s online police state” by Dan Goodin (theregister.co.uk) – Oct. 16, 2009.

Privacy: “U.S. Web-Tracking Plan Stirs Privacy Fears” by Spencer S. Hsu and Cecilia Kang (washingtonpost.com) – Aug. 11, 2009.

Families: “SIN BINS FOR WORST FAMILIES (400million pounds plans to put 20,000 problem families under 24-hour CCTV super-vision in their own homes)” by Alison Little (express.co.uk) – July 23, 2009.

Privacy: “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOUR BLACKBERRY – How Wired Gadgets Encroach on Privacy” by Christian Stöcker (spiegel.de) – July 27, 2009.

Privacy: “Boston: Price of cheap wireless may be less privacy and security” by Mark Baard (heretic.blastmagazine.com) – July 17, 2009.

Privacy: “Will US Cyberwar Plan Compromise Privacy?” by Robert Charette (spectrum.ieee.org) – June 16, 2009.

Privacy: “Give us back our private lives” by Alasdair Palmer and David Barrett (telegraph.co.uk) – April 25, 2009.

“Privacy & Civil Liberties – Fusion Centers” (it.ojp.gov).

“Fight against terror must mean the end of ordinary people’s privacy, says ex-security chief” by Tamara Cohen (dailymail.co.uk) – Feb. 25, 2009.

“No Place to Hide – National Security Agency, not the Times, greatly harms our constitutional privacy”

Home, Privacy: “Now there are 1,000 laws that will let the state into your home”

Privacy: “Facebook can ruin your life. And so can MySpace, Bebo…”

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