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Bruce Schneier on Cloud Computing and Privacy

Bruce Schneier's article on the consequences of cloud computing, data collection, and user rights point out the lack of consumer control over Online personal information. While Internet companies work to gain customers and expand services they are also working to build trust in their products. A key component of privacy is data subject control over the collection, sharing, and use of personal information. Schneier highlights some of the issues around data collection related to RealAge, Facebook, and Google Docs.

Do You Know Where Your Data Are?, Bruce Schneier, Wall Street Journal Online, April 28, 2009