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Facebook struggles with privacy issues

Facebook struggles with privacy issues

By Miranda Chung, Assistant Opinions Editor

April 5, 2019


Filed under Online Exclusives, Opinions, Top Stories

For the past year, Facebook has been struggling with the government in regard to their data collection activities, and many people are aware of the scandals associated with the company. However, that’s not stopping users from agreeing to give up their digital privacy for some cash. It has been ...

Google invades users’ privacy with new changes

Google invades users’ privacy with new changes

By By Jessica Hirsch, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2012


Filed under Opinions

Google’s privacy director for products and engineering Alma Whitten announced Jan. 22 Google’s new privacy policy in the Official Google Blog, a website dedicated to explaining current Google news and events. Google is planning to condense over 60 privacy policies across its products, and it will...

Scans, pat-downs invade travelers’ privacy

December 21, 2010


Filed under Observer Opinion, Opinions

Four months of school complete and ten days of relaxation in sight—winter break, a much needed vacation time, is the only thing on most students’ minds as the temperatures drop and the holiday decorations loom around every corner.  Many will choose to fly and leave the regular distresses behind...

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