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# Privacy

All time
South Koreans sue Apple over iPhone user information
Column: A reputation can be ruined... but it can also recover
Nick Leeson
Google Plus addresses gender and grammar worries
Irish authorities asked Google to remove mystery content
FBI to ease restrictions on agents' investigative powers
News of the World formally apologises to Sienna Miller
Schools forced to remove CCTV systems by Data Protection Commissioner
Newspapers plan new bid to unmask superinjunction footballer
Newspapers plan new bid to unmask superinjunction footballer
The Daily Fix: Friday
Footballer sues Twitter – and possibly you – over superinjunction breaches
Google threatens to shut down Swiss Street View
Poll: Are you concerned about online privacy breaches?
Twitter used to break super-injunctions but stars deny claims
WikiLeaks founder calls Facebook an "appalling spying machine"
Yahoo to extend its retention of online search records
Six Reasons I'm Not On Facebook, by Wired UK's Editor
Is Mark Zuckerberg the only person you can't block on Facebook?
Google allows Germans to opt out of Street View
Google solution to online privacy issues
Google gets a hostile reception in Germany
Privacy? Maybe Mark Zuckerberg will want some now
Sunday World decsion deffered till October
Details of 100m Facebook users collected and available for download
Jolie and Pitt win privacy damages