Privacy

FBI is 'moving towards' predictive cybercrime-fighting tools, assistant director says - Cyberscoop j.mp/2kPxuk5

2017-02-18 20:25:52+00:00

All the Ways Your Wi-Fi Router Can Spy on You | Nextgov j.mp/2bikhQZ

2016-09-04 17:03:33+00:00

Dutch Police has Seized Two #VPN Servers, But Without Explaining... Why? thehackernews.com/2016/09/vpn-se… #infosec #privacy

2016-09-03 13:13:49+00:00

New Bank Privacy Tool Exposes Opaque, Possibly Illegal Sharing Policies

2016-08-30 02:34:56+00:00

Surprise! Scans Suggest Hackers Put IMSI-Catchers All Over Defcon

2016-08-13 20:50:51+00:00

Protecting Your Privacy in Safari for OS X El Capitan

2016-08-05 22:44:44+00:00

Privacy Activists Launch Database to Track Global Sales of Surveillance Tech

2016-08-01 23:59:48+00:00

New database aims to track the global surveillance industry

2016-08-01 23:33:56+00:00

The RCMP Is Trying to Sneak Facial and Tattoo Recognition Into Canada

2016-07-31 22:37:40+00:00

Most Brits Don’t Want Snoopers’ Charter – Report ow.ly/Oec9502VvZE

2016-07-31 19:19:54+00:00

Firm pays $950,000 penalty for using Wi-Fi signals to secretly track phone users | Ars Technica j.mp/28WqnDv

2016-06-25 14:04:50+00:00

The Hacker News retweeted: STOP Rule 41 — #FBI should not get Legal Power to #Hack Computers Worldwide thehackernews.com/2016/06/fbi-ha…

2016-06-25 13:49:28+00:00

So you essentially have no expectation of privacy for information on computers? Great. Quoted tweet from @josephfcox: Absolutely crazy argument. Judge points to Ashley Madison, Sony, says Tor users can't expect avoid getting hacked https://t.co/D2o7aRcdLV

2016-06-23 23:03:42+00:00

Tattoo Recognition Technology Raises Privacy, Legal Concerns tripwire.me/1Yi6mtf via @DMBisson #tattoo #privacy

2016-06-19 23:52:22+00:00

Background check company reads your private Facebook data to profile you

2016-06-19 22:36:02+00:00

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