Posts Tagged: privacy
Astrid Mager – Is Small Beautiful? Big Search and its Alternatives
Short interview with Astrid Mager from network cultures on Vimeo. In the first session Astrid Mager tells us about search engines, pointing out that Google is not the only search engine that is using personal data for commercial interests, or for instance, collaborating with the NSA. She holds that we shouldn’t blame only Google as there are many other [...]
Joris van Hoboken: Does privacy still exist in an environment of search?
“In a society of the query, it’s an interesting question to ask what happens to all those queries, what legal norms apply to the registration, processing and access to these queries, and do these norms successfully safeguard the more fundamental interests of search engine users: a free realm to seek and access information and ideas,” [...]