• Oct 26, 2019
  • Glyn Moody
  • Governments, Privacy, Programming,

Smartphones with wheels: how modern transportation brings new privacy problems

Tracking vehicles as a way of carrying out surveillance has been used by governments around the world for years. When exactly it should be allowed is still a hot topic, in the US at least. And it’s not just the police that use tracking devices. Recently it emerged that the car manufacturer Mercedes has covertly … Continue reading “Smartphones with wheels: how modern transportation brings new privacy problems”

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  • Jan 26, 2019
  • Glyn Moody
  • News, Privacy, Security,

How much privacy should children have from their own parents?

Back in August last year, Danica Sergison gave good advice here on Privacy News Online about how to help children think critically about privacy. That’s crucial, since the world they will inhabit as adults will be pervasively digital, which means that privacy choices will be key issues for all of their lives. The blog post … Continue reading “How much privacy should children have from their own parents?”

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  • Sep 15, 2018
  • Glyn Moody
  • Governments, Networking, Privacy,

Here come connected vehicles and urban analytics: what do they mean for privacy?

Electric vehicles and driverless cars may get the headlines, but the real revolution on roads is happening elsewhere, silently and out of sight. For twenty years, more and more digital technology has been added to vehicles. Today, they have almost become computers that have wheels and engines. That’s been made possible in part by the … Continue reading “Here come connected vehicles and urban analytics: what do they mean for privacy?”

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