I believe the EU could fund a tiny portion of that Greek debt from these idiots unwillingness to comply with the law.
A panel of European Union data protection authorities has told Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! that their data retention policies still do not comply with EU law. On Tuesday, the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party — an independent advisory body on data protection and privacy — sent public letters to the three major search …
Education: Read Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nation's"
1. Take the Elephant's shackles and the Escape Artist's handcuffs and put them on the Juggler.
2. Fire the Elephant and the Escape Artist
3. Hire an off-shore Juggler to be trained by incumbent Juggler.
4. Fire incumbent Juggler
5. Call it a Circus
6. Collect "Right to Innovate" Bonus
7. Repeat until Retirement
Retirement: Read Adam Smith's "The Theory of Moral Sentiments", say 'Whoops', die
Independent -- so who pays them?
External -- so how do they know Goohoosoft is actually showing them the real anonymizing process?
This is just bureaucrats requiring more bureaucracy. Only a fool would think that this would actually result in better privacy.
I don't suppose the fact that people have the option to use another search provider has any bearing on this matter. After all, that wouldn't give the E.U. bureaucrat twats reason to stick their Marxist noses where they don't belong. I mean what good is a government if it doesn't try to impose its nonsense regulations on companies that are based and run in a foreign country.
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