It’s perhaps a lesson for every organization: When you promise to remove data for privacy reasons, you’d better make sure it’s thorough
It’s like a bad dream that keeps coming back. Google has admitted that it still has some Street View data that Britain’s Information Commissioner’s Office told it to get rid of in 2010.
This article from Naked Security notes Street View is generated in part from Wi-Fi data collected by cars that drive around communities for Google collecting location data. Users can then triangulate a location on Google Maps. But there is no reason for Google to store data from private networks. It has promised officials in a number of countries to delete the data, but last week admitted it hasn’t scoured its databases enough.
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The New Workplace: Supporting “Bring your own”
“Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) and the “consumerization of IT” have taken hold in the enterprise, and employees using their own personal smartphones and tablets for business have become pervasive.