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FSF developing social networking softwareview story

http://linuxo.com – IT Wire: "Social networks are all the rage today and with that in mind, the FSF is driving the creation of social networking software which should provide similar functionality to Facebook with two important differences - privacy and freedom are in the user's hands." (General)

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When Do You Plan On Moving To A Dedicated Server?view story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Do you have any idea what is dedicated server? This is what most of the people in the internet business are talking about. From what I have known from my resource that at some time, all the things that ought to be done in your internet business are from a dedicated server and this is very important if you want to stay longer in your business as well. (HowTos)

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The Diaspora Project: FOSS Community Builds a Better Mousetrapview story

http://www.linux.com – When Facebook users started getting nervous about the social networking company's privacy missteps, the open source community did what it does best -- stepped up to build a better platform based on transparency and open source tools.... (Software)

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FTC Alarmed by Bankrupt Gay Magazine's Plan to Sell Personal Dataview story

http://www.dailytech.com – Sale would violate privacy rights, U.S. government org. says (General)

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DuckDuckGo: A New Search Engine Built from Open Sourceview story

http://linuxo.com – John Buys: "DuckDuckGo is a new search engine focused on relevant results and respecting user privacy." (General)

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How to Choose the Right Web Hosting Plan for your Businessview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Any business, whether they’re brick and mortar establishment or an online business, needs a website. A website needs a host. A web host stores all the pages of your website and makes them available to computers connected to the Internet. Like most internet services, there are a lot of options. Web hosting is no different. (HowTos)

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Google: "We're sorry"view story

http://www.zdnet.com – In response to the Australian Privacy Commissioner’s investigation of Google’s collection of unsecured WiFi payload data by Street View vehicles in Australia, the company has issued an apology. (General)

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Privacy watchdog canes Google on WiFi debacleview story

http://www.itwire.com – Search giant Google has given written undertakings to Australia's privacy watchdog over its illegal collection of WiFi payload data and will conduct a Privacy Impact Assessment of the debacle to be handed to Privacy Commissioner Karen Curtis. (IT news)

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Want Your Privacy Back? Install and Run Tor in Ubuntuview story

http://linuxo.com – MakeTechEasier: "Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis." (General)

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LinuxCon Preview: Eben Moglen on Bilski and Online Privacyview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org – After its sold-out debut last year, LinuxCon in year two is expected to be even better. (General)