Sunday, October 09, 2005

AOL revises privacy policy

From the article:

"'Looks like a fairly standard privacy policy, with the usual weasel words and wiggle room where they say, 'We collect information about what you do on our service and we can use it for pretty much any business reason we can dream up,'' said Kevin Bankston, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation."

If you are an AOL member you need to read this. Some of it is better, some of it is worse, and in the end all of it is up to AOL.

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