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Results tagged with 'privacy'

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Poor isn't what it used to be

Published July 12, 2013

A recent Journal Sentinel watchdog article highlighted one of the many problems with how residents qualify for financial assistance. This article revealed how landlords and the self employed can receive state aid based on the honor system. In essence, we're talking about receiving thousands of tax payer dollars without being verified that economic assistance is even needed.


Go on, track me

Published Jan. 3, 2013

It feels like not a week goes by without someone posting something about how Facebook's invading everyone's privacy, spying on your browser history, etc., ad nauseum. (These posts are usually made on Facebook, by the way.) I understand the generic concern over the Orwellian slippery slope, but it doesn't take me too long to re-assess and arrive back at my old conclusion: Who cares?


Some things change; others, not so much

Published Jan. 7, 2012

If you've followed me on Twitter or have read any of my previous posts, you already know the love-hate relationship I have with Facebook's functionality, its intentional and dedicated stalker mechanisms, and its screwed up merry-go-round of privacy issues that never seem to be fully addressed.


Do athletes and celebs waive the right to privacy?

Published Dec. 8, 2009

After following the Tiger Woods saga, Dave Begel isn't sure whether or not athletes and celebrities should be granted a certain level of privacy when their private lives implode.

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