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Google still under European scrutiny

A French organization tasked with evaluating changes to Google's privacy policy and terms of use recently expressed dissatisfaction with the U.S. company's first responses to a questionnaire.... READ MORE

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Vote likely on Facebook Data Use Policy

Published: 5/30/2012 A vote may decide whether Facebook's recent privacy policy changes are enacted or altered.... READ MORE

More detail in new Twitter privacy policy

Published: 5/30/2012 Twitter recently emailed users, alerting them to changes in the site's privacy policy and terms of use.... READ MORE

Florida town debates IT contract

Published: 5/29/2012 The Florida community of Port St. Joe is at loggerheads over a municipal IT contract.... READ MORE

Expert weighs in on Facebook privacy policy

Published: 5/28/2012 Facebook is an interesting case study for those crafting a privacy policy and terms of use agreement, and one expert in the field recently shared his perspective on the Facebook approach to privacy in a piece for CNN.... READ MORE

Federal agencies favor budget friendly IT contracts

Published: 4/30/2012 Under pressure to cut costs, government IT executives are increasingly turning to enterprise license agreements and are reevaluating software purchasing practices, according to the Federal Times.... READ MORE

New model for software contracts catching on in NYC

Published: 4/30/2012 The open data and open source movements are changing the way New York City approaches IT contracts, according to New York Public Media.... READ MORE

IT contract restructuring soars in first quarter

Published: 4/30/2012 The first quarter of 2012 saw a steep fall-off in the number of new IT contracts inked, but it also saw a dramatic increase in contract restructuring, according to the recently released ISG Global TPI Index.... READ MORE

Google Drive privacy policy broad but typical

Published: 4/30/2012 Google recently launched Google Drive, a cloud-based file storage service, which prompted technology news website The Verge to scrutinize the new service's privacy policy and terms of use agreement.... READ MORE

Survey: Google, Facebook privacy policies incomprehensible

Published: 4/27/2012 The privacy policies of Facebook and Google are harder to understand than credit card agreements or government notices, according to a recent survey done by global branding firm Siegel + Gale.... READ MORE