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una amiga
Thursday, March 6th, 2008
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CONGRATULATIONS!

This is great that more people will know about what really goes on and have the option to make an "intelligent" and informed decision about their website and softwares choices, knowing the implications that go along with privacy policy and personal data usage.

Thanks for keeping the information circulating!

P.S. A few hours later the word came out in French that City of Montréal is also disseminating "Des informations personnelles à tous vents" http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Montreal/2008/03/06/003-SPVM-Constat-Infoperso_n.shtml
As if it was not nightmare enough... http://www.radio-canada.ca/actualite/lafacture/252/rep2.shtml

March 6th 2008, a date to mark, transparency of information and wrongdoing.... I'll stay tuned to see development and hopefuly see the problems fixed.

cheers,
e.

stevenmansour
Thursday, March 6th, 2008
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This is great that more people will know about what really goes on and have the option to make an "intelligent" and informed decision about their website and softwares choices, knowing the implications that go along with privacy policy and personal data usage.

Thanks for the kind words É - thankfully people are slowly starting to take notice about these issues.

hey congrats dude

Thanks Julien! :D

Geoffrey Mayo
Sunday, March 23rd, 2008
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People are being encouraged in broadcasts to switch off theirn lights during "Earth Hour".
This is a totally irresponsible action which could cause a serious voltage surge with consequences such as the blackout that we suffered nationwide a couple of years ago.
A far better way of saving energy is to stop using treadmills which, in 40 minutes, consume as much power as a 60 watt light bulb in 24 hours.

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