Tom’s Guide: How to Revoke Google Access for Third-Party Apps

Tom’s Guide: How to Revoke Google Access for Third-Party Apps . “If you’ve been on the internet for a while, there’s a good chance you’ve created a Google account — and if you’ve ever used a smartphone, there’s a good chance you’ve signed into an app or two with that account. But as the years go by, apps come and go — while the permissions you’ve shared with them don’t. If you want to keep your account secure from the next inevitable data breach, mass hacking or shady developer, it behooves you to clean up your permissions every once in a while.”

Just use it: Change in UC Berkeley Library permissions policy lowers barriers for researchers (Berkeley Library)

Berkeley Library: Just use it: Change in UC Berkeley Library permissions policy lowers barriers for researchers. “Driven in part by a desire to track the use of their collections, for decades, many museums, archives, and libraries — including the UC Berkeley Library — have required researchers get their approval and, sometimes, pay for permission to include excerpts or images in their scholarship. With the aim of fostering a more researcher-friendly environment, a progressive new policy across all of UC Berkeley’s libraries does away with these hurdles, making it easier for scholars to use a trove of Library materials in their publications.”