Google Buzz vs. your privacy Video
Protect your privacy and your sanity while using Google Buzz in Gmail.
Oh, dear fans...we're sad to say that Buzz Out Loud is ending, after an amazing six-year run. Tom, Veronica, and Jason will join us for an epic final show on April 5, and we hope you'll all stick with us as we move on to new projects, including Molly's new show, Always On, launching in June. Meanwhile, enjoy a little tech news, won't you?
On this week's show, BOL special counsel Gil Cabrera joins us to break down the mobile apps privacy protections (meh), the Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights (unenforceable without Congress), and the "Do Not Track" button (weak). He's kind of a buzz kill. Also, poor little T-Mobile, Microsoft's most unprofessional legal lawyer ever, and Nilay Patel buzz-kills Pinterest, big time. Plus, "Into It/Not Into It" returns!
Privacy fears about Facebook just keep cropping up--and Buzz Report is getting off that crazy train!
This week on the Buzz Report, a PSP epic, the latest from Google, and a soggy, wet, iBook mess.
Google's new Buzz service gives you four ways to post updates from your mobile phone. We try the Twitter competitor on Google's own Nexus One.
Introducing the BOL digest! The biggest stories of the week from Google to Facebook smears, plus our favorite funny bits.
Google launches Buzz, annoying Yahoo Buzz, AT&T Buzz, and Molly, but thrilling the tech crowd. Also: one seriously tough phone.
Google Docs is available to anyone without a Google account, Facebook launches an official privacy page, and Sysomos breaks down the demographics of the blogosphere.
This week in Buzz, a little company called Google kicked down a cool $1.6 billion for previously unknown YouTube. You crazy kids, you.