From tracking al-Qaeda to tracking the wayward spouse
(Washington Post , Apr 03, 2012)
By Dana Milbank - The Washington Post You can find just about anything at the annual homeland security expo: X-ray machines, infrared cameras, a police cruiser with heat-sensing capability, a hovering “gyroplane” — and a GPS device that can spy on your spouse.
Forget mobile-device strategy: Here's a better way.
(Federal Computer Week , Apr 03, 2012)
By Alice Lipowicz - deral agencies should not be planning for mobile device management, but rather mobile data management, advised speakers at a seminar at the FOSE government technology conference on April 3.
Mobile Payment Business Nothing Without Secure Identity
(Seeking Alpha , Apr 03, 2012)
By Dana Blankenhorn - So we hear that Google (GOOG) has bought TxVia while its Google Wallet leadership has migrated to Square.
Study: Geolocation Apps Draw Users, Despite Privacy Concerns
(PC World , Apr 03, 2012)
By Cameron Scott - Nearly 60 percent of smartphone users employ apps that access their location data despite having concerns about risks to their privacy and even personal safety, according to a survey conducted by ISACA, a nonprofit group that focuses on risk and security management.
Activists Allege Facebook Dragging Its Feet on Privacy Changes
(PC World , Apr 04, 2012)
By Jeremy Kirk - Privacy activists are alleging Facebook hasn't met a deadline set by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner to make changes to its privacy controls.
Why Google Isn't the Privacy Villain (This Time)
(Bloomberg Businessweek , Apr 03, 2012)
Palm readers may ID kids
(News-Press.com, Apr 03, 2012)
By Chris Umpierre - Lee County students might one day pay for their school lunches by flashing their palms. The district’s food department told the school board Tuesday that it wants to test a voluntary palm reader scanning system in several school cafeterias
D--The Biometrics Identity and Management Agency's Identity and Identity-Enabling Authentication Study
(Fed Biz Opps , Apr 03, 2012)
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