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Federal mental health portal fails web standards 
By John Hilvert | Jul 11, 2012 | Comment Now 
Accessibility checker surfaces errors.
 
Google: Microsoft's IE privacy system is broken 
 
Microsoft accuses Google of invading IE privacy 
By Liam Tung | Feb 22, 2012 | Comment Now 
Google brands Microsoft policy 'impractical'.
 
Microsoft accuses Google of invading IE privacy 
By Liam Tung | Feb 21, 2012 | Comment Now 
Browser privacy war heats up.
 
Google code breaks Apple iOS privacy 
By Liam Tung | Feb 20, 2012 | Comment Now 
Advertising cookies added to Safari browsers.
 
Microsoft blasts zombie cookies from sites 
By Nicole Kobie | Aug 23, 2011 | Comment Now 
Stanford researcher shows that cookies on Microsoft sites can "respawn" even after they are deleted
 
Microsoft drops super cookies 
By Nicole Kobie | Aug 23, 2011 | Comment Now 
Cookie syncing uncovered.
 
Microsoft preps 16 patches, one for cookiejacking 
By Dan Kaplan | Jun 10, 2011 | Comment Now 
Microsoft plays down risk of cookiejacking.
 
Developer charged with cookie scam on eBay 
By Iain Thomson | Feb 11, 2010 | Comment Now 
Auction site may have lost tens of thousands.
 
Browser cookie handling could widen web attack space 
By Dan Kaplan | Nov 5, 2009 | Comment Now 
Attacker could gain free reign over principal production domain.
 
Google cuts cookie lifespan 
By Fiona Raisbeck | Jul 18, 2007 | Comment Now 
Google has announced plans to change the way it uses cookies.
 
Anti-spy group outlines cookie principles 
By William Eazel | Mar 29, 2006 | Comment Now 
The Web Analytics Association (WAA) has adopted an anti-spyware statement of principles to help differentiate honest web analytics vendors from deceptive spyware makers.
 
F5 Networks and Radware cookie lawsuit crumbles 
By Robert Jaques | Sep 21, 2004 | Comment Now 
F5 Networks and Radware have reached agreement to settle a patent dispute concerning alleged breaches of F5 Networks' US Patent No. 6,473,802 entitled, Method and System for ...
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Who do you trust most to protect your private data?







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Your bank
  39%
 
Your insurance company
  4%
 
A technology company (Google, Facebook et al)
  8%
 
Your telco, ISP or utility
  7%
 
A retailer (Coles, Woolworths et al)
  2%
 
A Federal Government agency (ATO, Centrelink etc)
  20%
 
An Australian law enforcement agency (AFP, ASIO et al)
  14%
 
A State Government agency (Health dept, etc)
  6%
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