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12 October 2010 Last updated at 13:23 GMT By Mark Ward Technology correspondent, BBC News Personal privacy is in danger of being killed off by the profit-making motives of firms which hold our data, security expert Bruce Schneier has warned. BT's chief technology officer expressed his concerns at the RSA Security Europe Conference in London. While the death of personal privacy had been predicted for a long time, rapid technological changes posed a mortal danger to it, he said. Mr Schneier urged lawmakers to do more to help preserve and protect privacy.
If you’re running a website — be it a world-famous news portal or a personal blog — there’s a good chance you spend a lot of time poring over your stats. There are of course plenty of services available to help with this, including the hugely popular Google Analytics. But the older systems tend to have lengthy lag times before they’ll generate a report, whereas services like Chartbeat show things as they happen.