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Oct 16, 2010
Just a few months ago, the smart-card(e-dollar) issuer in Hong Kong was proved selling customer data to several companies. It's extremely irony that the largest share holder of the smart-card issuer company is the government.
If Mr. Scott search the relevant news in web, he will be inspired to draw many other comic about this topic.
(My poor English is difficult to understand. Sorry for all readers.)
Oct 14, 2010
Scott read my mind, I blogged about this on the same day, All your data are belong to us: http://wp.me/pB9Ws-6h. Now I'll have to point everyone to this strip.
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Oct 14, 2010
Replace "customers" with "students" and you have both "No Child Left Behind" and "Race to the Top." Maybe that is Arne Duncan on the left.
Oct 13, 2010
Darn, Franklepas, I was just going to say.... so that's the company they work at- Facebook.
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Oct 13, 2010
If the law would classify your personal information as intellectual property , then when you give Customer Information that could be classified as giving permission on a per business basis. If they knowingly sold your data to other companies, that would be an infringement
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