Don’t expect privacy in cyberspace

A recent US case is a timely reminder that when you post information to a public website, you are likely to lost any expectation of privacy regarding the contents of the information. The principles of the case are broadly equivalent to the situation in New Zealand. But it also serves a wider warning that when you entrust your information to another person (or company), you may be parting with any real control you have over that information.

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