This month in the news.
- Instagram’s new terms worry users: is it possible for the service to use your content in advertising?
- US law evening out the audio levels between programming and commercials comes into force.
- Google again not in compliance with European privacy legislation – this time the issue is with Google maps app for iPhone.
- Kyoto extended to 2020.
- The new European eHealth Action Plan “sets out how we can bring digital benefits to healthcare, and lift the barriers to smarter, safer, patient-centred health services”.
- Be careful what you download, even if it’s, well, ‘adult content’: UK internet service provider O2 forced to hand over details of customers accused of unlawfully downloading pornographic films, who must now pay a settlement fee or face a court case.
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