Microsoft’s privacy protection feature in Internet Explorer, known as P3P, is impractical to comply with while providing modern web functionality such as cookie-based features, Google said Monday in response to an accusation from Microsoft that Google had bypassed privacy protections in Internet Explorer.
Microsoft on Monday accused Google of bypassing privacy protections in Internet Explorer, following accusations last week that Google was doing so in Apple’s Safari browser.
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Microsoft says Google circumvents IE privacy policies too
An upcoming campaign announced by the hacking group Anonymous directed against the Internet’s core address lookup system is unlikely to cause much damage, according to one security expert.
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Anonymous threatens to DDOS root Internet servers
Heard the one about the FBI shutting down the Internet next month?
Truth About the March 8 Internet Doomsday
Microsoft unveiled a new look for the Windows logo for Windows 8.
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New Windows 8 Logo Is Pure Genius
Google’s privacy practices are under fire from lawmakers in Washington, civil liberties groups and the average Joe mobile phone owner — the latest attack is a lawsuit from an Illinois man worried about how his personal information is used — but don’t expect the Internet search leader to back down.
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Google Unlikely to Back Down Amid Lawsuits Over Privacy Concerns
Years of effort grappling with privacy questions raised by the spread of the Internet privacy, this remains the never-ending story.
Web privacy: In search of the holy grail
If you need help turning your brilliant idea for a product or service into a functioning business–and get that help for a pittance–look to the Internet. With more than two billion people online, a lot of talent is out there, and many smart and artistic people are willing to help you make your vision into a reality, often at a surprisingly low cost
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How to Start Your Business on the Cheap–With Help From the Crowd
The user-generated review website plans to raise as much as $100 million in its initial public offering, which may be the first from a major Internet company this year
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Yelp to Raise as Much as $100 Million in IPO
A new version of the Waledac malware has been spotted on the Internet, but unlike previous variants, which were mainly used for spamming purposes, this one steals various log-in credentials and BitCoins, a type of virtual currency.
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Waledac malware returns after two years with password-stealing capabilities