Tag Archives: Information privacy

Keep a Blog, Get Fired

By | June 13, 2006

Here’s an interesting statistic, in the light of Scoble’s departure from Microsoft (no direct connection, I promise, but it does raise issues about whether corporates really like blogging): 7.1% of companies have fired an employee for violating blog or message board policies. According to email security company Proofpoint, whose survey you can download from here, decision-makers at large… Read More »

More On Plaxo And Privacy

By | April 2, 2004

An interesting academic piece on the privacy aspects of Plaxo (and other networking services), noticed by bagus. Roger Clarke, who wears several hats as an academic and consultant in Australia and Hong Kong, focuses not on the privacy of those who sign up for such services but “on a matter that is new, and of great concern: the privacy… Read More »