- First policy is “free”
- Then you pay monthly
(to wit? you stop paynig, they stop serving your reulgatory papers?).
- (very) detailed statements about the 3rd party services used on your site.
- Not simple.
- The first license is free,
then you can choose between monthly and pay as you go plans.
- Rate Card
|Personal / Pay-as-you-go plan|
|The first license is free||$27/year for each additional license|
Default option for every account
|Number of licenses||5||15||25||50||100||200||350||500||1000|
What Happens To Privacy When The Internet Is In Everything?; Natasha Lomas; In TechCrunch; 2015-01-25.
Harvard professors warn ‘privacy is dead’ and predict mosquito-sized robots that steal samples of your DNA; Afp, Mark Prigg; In The Daily Mail; 2014-01-22.
- Researchers told Davos that privacy is already non existent
- Say technology will allow governemtns and insurance firms to steal DNA
- Also claims the same technology could help eradicate disease
- Margo Seltzer, professor, Harvard.
- <paraphrased>privacy is effectively dead</paraphrased>
- <quote>Privacy as we knew it in the past is no longer feasible… How we conventionally think of privacy is dead.</quote>
- Joseph Nye, professor, Harvard.
- Sophia Roosth, (postdoc?) Harvard.
- Rodney Brooks, Rethink Robotics
- Anthony Goldbloom, self.
- World Economic Forum, Davos.
- Eric Schmidt, Google
- Quoted in the The Hollywood Reporter
- Edith Ramirez, Chairwoman, Federal Trade Commissino (FTC)
- Quoted at CES.
- Deep Mind, bought by Google
dbd-modules – writing Apache logs straight into a (SQL) database
jointSPACE – split application architecture
Brian Swichkow; The Ultimate Retaliation: Pranking My Roommate With Targeted Facebook Ads; In His Blog; 2014-09.
Filed Under: interesting, if true.
- Acting alone, he built a targeted ad campaign, on Facebook, to target one man.
- For $1.70.
But, of course…
- Facebook has now changed their policies & their application feature set so you can’t do this yourself
- he has screenshots … of something … to prove it.