CNet: "Google and an alliance of privacy groups have come to Yahoo's aid by helping the Web portal fend off a broad request from the U.S. Department of Justice for e-mail messages, CNET has learned"
on 04/18/2010 – Made popular on 04/18/2010
ars Technica: "Microsoft is going on the offensive against Google, accusing the search giant of creating a browser that does not respect user privacy. The company posted a video, embedded below, on TechNet Edge with the following description: "Watch a demo on how Google Chrome collects every keystroke you make..."
Help Net Security: "The recent Facebook privacy changes, the public outcry they caused and the petition by a group of U.S. senators to the Federal Trade Commission to restrict the amount of personal information that online social networks can use."
CNet: "Google has begun work on a new item on a long list of technologies designed to make applications running on the Web more competitive with those that run natively on a machine's operating system: an interface to know which way is up."
Computerworld UK: "A computer security researcher has launched a project designed to provide people greater privacy when using Google, as the company expands the scope of data its collects about its users."
I am trying to send e-mail from command line by using "mail" in fedora. It goes to e-mail server in the same network but it is refused by other outside this network with message: "..... Connection refused by firstname.lastname@example.org ......