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Happy Data Privacy Day

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By resolution of the U.S. House of Representatives, today is officially National Data Privacy Day. Three highlights from around the world:

1.  Dutch search engine Ixquick announces it will no longer log user IP addresses, and will delete even anonymous search query data within 48 hours. 

2.  Wired’s Danger Room makes the case that the denial-of-service attacks shutting down Internet access in Kyrgyzstan are likely targeted at the Kyrgyz opposition.

3.  Vladimir Putin tells Michael Dell to shove off in Davos. We can network Siberia on our own, thanks.

Written by Mark

January 28, 2009 at 9:03 pm

Posted in Random, Technology

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