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1. WEB NEWS - Google tip-off on child porn email sparks privacy debate

  • Duration: 360
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WEB NEWS - Google tip-off on child porn email sparks privacy debate

In this edition: a tip-off from Google leads to a child pornography arrest; the controversial "poor doors" segregating building entrances in London and New York; and a 300-metre-long water slide in the heart of Salt Lake City.

GOOGLE TIP ON CHILD PORN EMAIL SPARKS PRIVACY DEBATE A 41 year old American man was arrested in Houston Texas this week after Google notified local police that he was storing and sharing child pornography via his Gmail account. While many have applauded Google for catching the man, it has raised debate about online privacy and Google`s role in policing the web.  So although they praise the Mountain View firm for snaring a sexual predator, they have questioned Google`s practices, wondering why it is scanning personal emails sent and received via Gmail. Google says it`s to seek out spam and malware, but critics say it`s to spy on online activity… But it doesn`t look like Google is about to change its policy despite the controversy. The web giant has spoken clearly, on a number of occasions, of its commitment to fighting child pornography. In a statement posted to the official Google blog last year, the company`s chief legal officer David Drummond said the company developed technology in 2008 to proactively identify child abuse imagery, and it is used with police services the world over to track down and arrest sexual predators.  "POOR DOORS": SEGREGATED ENTRANCES SPARK CONTROVERSY These pictures taken in a chic area of London and published by local media, have been met with widespread outrage among web users in the UK. We see two entrances to the same building, one is more luxurious and for richer residents, the other is much simpler and for those on a much lesser income. As British... Go on reading on our web site. Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en


2. Online privacy debate: Is Google trolling through your emails?

  • Duration: 194
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Online privacy debate: Is Google trolling through your emails?

After Google alerted authorities to child pornography stored in a user's account, new concerns are being raised about the company's handling of user privacy. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the issue.


3. A Google Employee's 'Diversity Manifesto' Sparks Debate and Divides Silicon Valley

  • Duration: 59
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A Google Employee's 'Diversity Manifesto' Sparks Debate and Divides Silicon Valley

A Google software engineer published a manifesto saying that the company should encourage “ideological “ diversity instead of gender diversity. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).


4. CES draws to close, Google sparks privacy concerns

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CES draws to close, Google sparks privacy concerns

01/14/12 The International CES 2012 came to an end with the latest gadgets and technological advancements unveiled to the world. Google's SPYW raised eyebrows and ruffled some feathers.


5. Gmail/Google+ Integration Sparks Privacy Concerns, Backlash

  • Duration: 83
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Gmail/Google+ Integration Sparks Privacy Concerns, Backlash

By default, anyone on Google Plus will be able to send any users in their circles direct email messages.


6. Google admits to no email privacy

  • Duration: 90
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Google admits to no email privacy

Google has admitted that they don't have to respect your privacy. The company filed court documents in a Gmail lawsuit and said, "a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily turns over to third parties." KPIX's Kiet Do reports.


7. How Google scans email for child porn

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How Google scans email for child porn

Questions are raised when Google tips police to illegal images found in Gmail. Also: Navdy shows apps on a car's windshield, and the iPhone 6 is said to be revealed Sept. 9.


8. Google Won't Face Email Privacy Class Action

  • Duration: 46
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Google Won't Face Email Privacy Class Action

Google won a significant legal victory as a U.S. judge decided not to combine several lawsuits that accuse the Internet search company of violating the privacy rights of hundreds of millions of email users into a single class action. Users of Google's popular Gmail service accused the company of violating federal and state privacy and wiretapping laws by scanning their messages so that it could compile secret account profiles and enable them to receive targeted advertisements.


9. The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

  • Duration: 258
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The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information The Institute of Ideas - Battle of Ideas 2009 The increasing reach of information technology into all areas of life, from social networking websites to data sharing in public services, has thrown up a number of questions about privacy. Information about our medical records, financial circumstances and shopping habits is increasingly likely to be stored in electronic media that are out of our control.Some critics worry more about Tesco's data-gathering than any "surveillance state." The controversy about Google Maps' Street View function, which captured thousands of unwitting people walking or standing on the streets, is a reminder that new technology constantly raises new questions about our privacy.So how worried should we be? Does the convenience of easily accessed information outweigh the danger of abuse? How are our conceptions of privacy changing? And following the success of the Pirate Party in Sweden, can we expect privacy to move up the political agenda in the UK, too?These concerns focus on technological development, but arguably there has been a broader cultural transformation, whereby we are loosening up about what we consider "private." From school to the workplace, we are constantly encouraged to discuss our feelings, while public figures in politics as well as showbiz seem ever-anxious not only to be "transparent" about their work, but to reveal intimate details of their private lives.Some argue we are seeing a fundamental shift in attitudes to privacy, with a whole new generation growing up at ease with sharing pictures and information about themselves online with loosely-defined "friends." Meanwhile, we are increasingly suspicious of goings-on "behind closed doors," and the demand for privacy often seems a cranky hang-up of those with something to hide.In this context, what does it mean to insist on a right to privacy? Should we look to privacy laws to protect those who are less keen on sharing all? Where is the line between public and private today? Do we need to redraw this line and why is this so politically important?


10. The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

  • Duration: 258
  • Channel: news
The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information The Institute of Ideas - Battle of Ideas 2009 The increasing reach of information technology into all areas of life, from social networking websites to data sharing in public services, has thrown up a number of questions about privacy. Information about our medical records, financial circumstances and shopping habits is increasingly likely to be stored in electronic media that are out of our control.Some critics worry more about Tesco's data-gathering than any "surveillance state." The controversy about Google Maps' Street View function, which captured thousands of unwitting people walking or standing on the streets, is a reminder that new technology constantly raises new questions about our privacy.So how worried should we be? Does the convenience of easily accessed information outweigh the danger of abuse? How are our conceptions of privacy changing? And following the success of the Pirate Party in Sweden, can we expect privacy to move up the political agenda in the UK, too?These concerns focus on technological development, but arguably there has been a broader cultural transformation, whereby we are loosening up about what we consider "private." From school to the workplace, we are constantly encouraged to discuss our feelings, while public figures in politics as well as showbiz seem ever-anxious not only to be "transparent" about their work, but to reveal intimate details of their private lives.Some argue we are seeing a fundamental shift in attitudes to privacy, with a whole new generation growing up at ease with sharing pictures and information about themselves online with loosely-defined "friends." Meanwhile, we are increasingly suspicious of goings-on "behind closed doors," and the demand for privacy often seems a cranky hang-up of those with something to hide.In this context, what does it mean to insist on a right to privacy? Should we look to privacy laws to protect those who are less keen on sharing all? Where is the line between public and private today? Do we need to redraw this line and why is this so politically important?


11. Google-appointed Panel Kicks Off Tour Of Europe To Debate Privacy Rights

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Google-appointed Panel Kicks Off Tour Of Europe To Debate Privacy Rights

A specialist panel appointed by search engine giant Google to help it implement a landmark court ruling on privacy rights held a meeting in Madrid on Tuesday, their first in a seven-stop tour to gather the views of European experts on the issue.




12. The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

  • Duration: 258
  • Channel: news
The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information

The Privacy Debate: How Google Uses Personal Information The Institute of Ideas - Battle of Ideas 2009 The increasing reach of information technology into all areas of life, from social networking websites to data sharing in public services, has thrown up a number of questions about privacy. Information about our medical records, financial circumstances and shopping habits is increasingly likely to be stored in electronic media that are out of our control.Some critics worry more about Tesco's data-gathering than any "surveillance state." The controversy about Google Maps' Street View function, which captured thousands of unwitting people walking or standing on the streets, is a reminder that new technology constantly raises new questions about our privacy.So how worried should we be? Does the convenience of easily accessed information outweigh the danger of abuse? How are our conceptions of privacy changing? And following the success of the Pirate Party in Sweden, can we expect privacy to move up the political agenda in the UK, too?These concerns focus on technological development, but arguably there has been a broader cultural transformation, whereby we are loosening up about what we consider "private." From school to the workplace, we are constantly encouraged to discuss our feelings, while public figures in politics as well as showbiz seem ever-anxious not only to be "transparent" about their work, but to reveal intimate details of their private lives.Some argue we are seeing a fundamental shift in attitudes to privacy, with a whole new generation growing up at ease with sharing pictures and information about themselves online with loosely-defined "friends." Meanwhile, we are increasingly suspicious of goings-on "behind closed doors," and the demand for privacy often seems a cranky hang-up of those with something to hide.In this context, what does it mean to insist on a right to privacy? Should we look to privacy laws to protect those who are less keen on sharing all? Where is the line between public and private today? Do we need to redraw this line and why is this so politically important?


13. Zhirinovsky sparks off outrage on debates (ENG SUBTITLES)

  • Duration: 250
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Zhirinovsky  sparks off outrage on debates (ENG SUBTITLES)

Zhirinovsky sparks off outrage on debates (ENG SUBTITLES)


14. Shit Politicians Say: Jesse Ventura on the New Collared Candidate and What It Takes to Run This Country

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Shit Politicians Say: Jesse Ventura on the New Collared Candidate and What It Takes to Run This Country

Well, it's official: the 2016 race for the presidential nomination has become a dog and pony show as a canine from Kentucky enters the race. The Border Collie may not be beating Trump in the polls, but at least she's housebroken. In this edition of "Shit Politicians Say", Jesse Ventura goes off on joke candidates and the experience it takes to become president. Sound off at @GovJVentura or go to Ora.TV/OffTheGrid.


15. #12 | Updates 6/18/16 | Insurgency Giveaway, Mexico City, Trip to a Mountain, & MORE!

  • Duration: 290
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#12 | Updates 6/18/16 | Insurgency Giveaway, Mexico City, Trip to a Mountain, & MORE!

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16. Truth about Microsoft Xbox One Kinect - NSA Spying

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  • Channel: videogames
Truth about Microsoft Xbox One Kinect - NSA Spying

Is Microsoft and the NSA in bed? Is the Xbox One Kinect nothing more than a Spy Box that is a trojan horse? Why is it being forced down our throats and comes bundled? • Youtube: http://www.Youtube.com/TwTheRedDragon • Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TwTheRedDragon • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TwTheRedDragon • Google +: http://goo.gl/GGVGr • The Red Dragon: http://www.TwTheRedDragon.com • BattleStrats: http://www.BattleStrats.com • motube: http://motube.us/TwTheRedDragon - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Check out the Best Gaming News Site on the Web • VGN - http://www.VideoGamesAndNews.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - The Guardian: How Microsoft handed the NSA access to encrypted messages: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jul/11/microsoft-nsa-collaboration-user-data Microsoft Responds to NSA articles: http://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoft_on_the_issues/archive/2013/07/16/responding-to-government-legal-demands-for-customer-data.aspx Microsoft Xbox One Kinect 2.0, Xbox One, Xbox 1, XB1, XboxOne,Xbox, Kinect, Kinect 2, Spying, Watching You, NSA, National Security Agency, Microsoft NSA, skype, spybox, spy box, bundled, why is Kinect bundled, i don't want a kinect, why doesn't Microsoft sale kinect separately. Is Kinect always on, is kinect always watching, the truth, new xbox, xbox 2013, spying, games, 1st amendment, constitution, 4th amendment, metadata, meta data, prism, edward snowden, the guardian, cell phones, camera, microphone, outlook,encryption,cloud,encryption key,email, reading email, living room, always watching you, always spying, spy, 1984, kinect2, security, privacy, privacy concerns, privacy advocates, battlefield 4, bf4, battlefield4, connect, features,review,preview,opinion,discussion,debate,vlog,microphone,hd camera, gestures, identity,invasion of privacy,civil liberties,talk,release, xbox one kinect and nsa, microsoft nsa backdoor, microsoft nsa xbox, key,device, politics, business, tech, technology, video games, consoles, next gen consoles, xbox, orwell, conspiracy, conspiracy theory, XboxOne Kinect, yahoo, google, apple, news, info, about, facts, rumors, package, come with kinect, direct access, access, secrecy, government, sold separately, turn off, unplug, people, what is, how does


17. Virtually Uncut: 50 Cent Porn with Ross Baby's Mama; Afro Am

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Virtually Uncut: 50 Cent Porn with Ross Baby's Mama; Afro Am

(www.paxstereo.tv/virtuallyuncut) LIve! Beta: Sparks fly as we debate/argue the state of African American relationships. You will end up choosing sides. Sexy entertainers, singers and video vixens. Does sex sell and what do young sexy women have in common with older mature women. TMZ reports 50 cents to drop porn tape with one of Rick Ross' baby's mothers. (03-17-09) PART 1 - FULL-LENGTH VERSION AVAILABLE


18. Touching Junk for the Sake of Security?

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Touching Junk for the Sake of Security?

November 16, 2010 (2:43) A man refuses a pat-down in San Diego's Airport and it sparks debate about personal privacy in TSA procedures.


19. Revenge Porn Victim Speaks Out as Suspect Faces Felony Charges

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Revenge Porn Victim Speaks Out as Suspect Faces Felony Charges

A Kansas man is charged with breach of privacy after allegedly posting revenge porn of a woman on the internet, who now hopes that her story prevents this from happening to anyone else.


20. Republican Senator Gets WRECKED By His Constituents (VIDEO)

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Republican Senator Gets WRECKED By His Constituents (VIDEO)

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