I enjoyed the overage of the dispute over Google’s desire to keep its privacy policy off the front page of its website by Michael Zimmer in particular. He introduced the issues, compared the visibility of various search engine privacy-policy links, observed additional legal issues and parsed Google’s response and even did a mock-up on what a compliant site would look like.

More from the New York Times’ “Bits” blog here (in general) and here (on Californian privacy law), and various angry responses summarised by Cnet here.