Privacy Sleuthing Goes Pro
Source: WiReD - Posted by Chris Parker   
Privacy Software engineer Richard Smith has made a hobby of catching Internet software as it harvests user data without the user --- or sometimes the software maker -- knowing it. On Wednesday he took that hobby to a new level as he . . . Software engineer Richard Smith has made a hobby of catching Internet software as it harvests user data without the user --- or sometimes the software maker -- knowing it. On Wednesday he took that hobby to a new level as he officially became the chief technical officer for the Privacy Foundation, a Denver-based group that is formalizing Smith's activities into an official research group.

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