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Vatican defies critics over new ‘simplified’ privacy policy

Pope confessed to everythingThe Roman Catholic Church has been defending its new privacy policy, following concerns that the latest changes may allow the Church to sell confessional data onto third party organisations.

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Posted: Mar 1st, 2012
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Google moves into analogue market with launch of Google ‘Pen’

Google penInternet giant Google has begun a foray into the parts of the world as yet unavailable to them with the launch of a pen which records your handwriting and sends the information you provide back to the Googleplex in California.

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Posted: Jan 29th, 2012
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Celebrity ‘devastated’ as plea for privacy is respected

‘X was completely devastated that not a single hack or paparazzi showed their face at the rehab visits, lonely walks down beaches, and secret reunions with old flames we so carefully staged, ‘MC’ told a packed press conference.

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Posted: Aug 1st, 2011
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Google Streetview extended to upstairs bedroom windows

camera car drivers having difficulty keeping both hands on the wheelUsers can now peer through into bedrooms or bathrooms.

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Posted: Apr 17th, 2011
More from Science/Technology still waiting for Microsoft Private Browsing boost was shocked at the lack of impact from a high-profile ad campaign from Microsoft promoting the new Private Browsing feature on Internet Explorer. ‘We thought this was what men on the internet were waiting for,’ bemoaned CEO Lisa Noonan.

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Posted: Jun 7th, 2010
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