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Sharing Addresses Of COVID-19-Patients Approved! (7:03) ~ The Jimmy Dore Show
submitted 3 days ago by JasonCarswell from youtube.com
Apple iOS 13.5 Upgrade Includes Contact Tracing API
submitted 5 days ago by Drewski from technocracy.news
CLEAR Biometrics Wants To Force Employees To Submit To Daily Facial Recognition Checks
submitted 8 days ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
Here's Who Just Voted to Let the FBI Seize Your Online Search History Without a Warrant
submitted 12 days ago by Drewski from gizmodo.com
This T-Shirt Makes You Invisible to AI Facial Recognition | The Techonomics
submitted 13 days ago by DeWhoDeWho from thetechonomics.com
Bars And Restaurants Allowed To Reopen If They Agree To Snitch On Customers
submitted 15 days ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
“Big Brother” Bill Hits Senate Floor for Vote Next Week
submitted 19 days ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
Apple and Google contact tracing is a dystopian nightmare
submitted 20 days ago by DrStrangelove from invidio.us
US Universities Creating Social Credit Coronavirus Surveillance System
submitted 21 days ago by Drewski from newswars.com
Mozilla Is A Privacy Nightmare
submitted 21 days ago by CompleteDoubterII from digdeeper.neocities.org
India makes government tracing app mandatory for all workers
submitted 26 days ago by useless_aether from oann.com
Aerial Surveillance Program Advances In Baltimore, More Warrantless Spying
submitted 26 days ago by useless_aether from youtube.com
Desperate To Identify People Staying At Home, Biometric Industry Holds "Festival Of Identity" Webinar
submitted 29 days ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
Why You (Yes You, Reading This) Need to Take the Lead in Privacy
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from write.as
Stripe is Silently Recording Your Movements On its Customers' Websites
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from mtlynch.io
Google Apple Contact Tracing (GACT): a wolf in sheep’s clothes. // Jaap-Henk Hoepman
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from blog.xot.nl
Growth in surveillance may be hard to scale back after pandemic, experts say
submitted 1 month ago by kovri from theguardian.com
Edward Snowden on the rise of Authoritarianism during the Corona pandemic
submitted 1 month ago by kovri from invidious.snopyta.org
Some Shirts Hide You from Cameras—but Will Anyone Wear Them? | Ars Technica
submitted 1 month ago by DeWhoDeWho from arstechnica.com
Apple and Google are building a coronavirus tracking system into iOS and Android
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from theverge.com
Messaging App Signal Threatens to Dump US Market if Anti-Encryption Bill Passes
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from uk.pcmag.com
Silver Linings: Real ID Act Delayed Again
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
Blackberry uncovers China has been extracting data from linux servers for decades
submitted 1 month ago by useless_aether from kitchener.ctvnews.ca
In a massive breach of privacy, Google releases mobile phone location data to "help" authorities
submitted 1 month ago by useless_aether from investmentwatchblog.com
Facebook tried to buy controversial tool to spy on iPhone users, court filing reveals
submitted 1 month ago by useless_aether from 9to5mac.com
Police App Encourages People To Report Neighbors Who Violate Stay At Home Orders
“Known Traveler Digital Identity” (KTDI): a “surveillance-by-design” vision for tracking and control of travelers more dystopian than anything we have seen before.
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from papersplease.org
I've found a great search engine that respects privacy
submitted 2 months ago by wisdom37 from swisscows.ch
The Right to Anonymity is Vital to Free Expression: Now and Always
submitted 2 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from eff.org
Tox is a peer-to-peer instant messaging protocol with end-to-end encryption, voice calls, video calls and file transfers - gHacks Tech News
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from ghacks.net
As Coronavirus Surveillance Escalates, Personal Privacy Plummets
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from nytimes.com
As State Censorship Grows, VPN Usage Soars
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from zerohedge.com
Google Says It Doesn’t 'Sell' Your Data. Here’s How the Company Shares, Monetizes, and Exploits It.
Does a life coach need to follow HIPAA rules when providing coaching services for mental health related issues?
submitted 2 months ago by Nechama from quora.com
Big Tech in Talks With US to Use Your Location Data to Fight COVID-19
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from themindunleashed.com
Enough is Enough -- Let it Expire
Tattoo Recognition Score Card: How Institutions Handled Unethical Biometric Surveillance Dataset
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from eff.org
The EARN IT Bill Is the Government’s Plan to Scan Every Message Online
submitted 2 months ago by PikonParadox from eff.org
Research Finds Microsoft Edge Has Privacy-Invading Telemetry
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from bleepingcomputer.com
What data does Facebook collect about me? Where does it go? And how can it be used?
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from omnii.co
CoronaVirus psychic predictions; it's not a hoax but it was pre-planned; PsyOps are being overtly broadcasted daily. Event 201 (Agenda 21?)
submitted 2 months ago by Jesus from self.privacy
Senators Push Sneaky Anti-Privacy Bill
submitted 2 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from reason.com
There Are No Checks and Balances: FISA Must Be Scrapped - If it stopped terrorism or caught bad guys, the spooks who drool over our most intimate data would produce evidence showing that
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from amgreatness.com
Schools Are Spying on Students – But Students Can Fight Back: EFF Launches Surveillance Self-Defense Guide for Students
Schools Are Pushing the Boundaries of Surveillance Technologies
What Constant Surveillance Does to Your Brain - VICE
submitted 3 months ago by kovri from archive.md
Which is better: DuckDuckGo or MetaGer?
submitted 3 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Leaked Reports Show EU Police Are Planning a Pan-European Network of Facial Recognition Databases
submitted 3 months ago by kovri from theintercept.com
How likely is it that VPN companies, such as NordVPN, are lying in their privacy policies?
submitted 3 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from nordvpn.com
Waterfox web browser sold to advertising company System1
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from ghacks.net
REAL-ID Act amendments don’t address the real ID problem
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from papersplease.org
How You Unlock Your Phone May Determine if Police Can Access It Without Your Consent
submitted 3 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from ronpaulinstitute.org
Where have you been? Your cellphone knows where.
submitted 3 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from reason.com
Google proposes changes to web browser user-agent-string for a method they use, x-client- data
submitted 3 months ago by jamesK_3rd from 9to5google.com
Background checks. Ensuring collective compliance by employment barriers.
submitted 3 months ago by jamesK_3rd from twitter.com
Homeland Security given more power to snoop
Ban Facial Recognition on Campuses
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from reason.com
"Surveillance Capitalism": A Summary of Critics | Darren Brady Nelson
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from mises.org
Google now charging law enforcement to access user data
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from digitaltrends.com
How Washington Is Ramming REAL ID Down Our Throats
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from theamericanconservative.com
Galaxy Users, Take Note: Samsung's Probably Selling Your Data | Computerworld
submitted 4 months ago by DeWhoDeWho from computerworld.com
Can you guys please list EVERYTHING you can do to protect your online privacy?
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Watchdog says refusing the authorities access to encrypted data should be illegal
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from independent.co.uk
If I got to youtube.com, my browser, Brave, does not detect any cookies or fingerprinters, even though I have those blocked by default. Why is this? Isn’t youtube a major tracking site?
Which is the bets operating system in terms of privacy?
Apple complies with 90% requests from government to share customer data
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from businessinsider.com
The secret company that might end privacy as we know it
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from nytimes3xbfgragh.onion
Norwegian organization says dating apps leak personal data
submitted 4 months ago by yaboihenry5678 from apnews.com
Read if you use Private Internet Access VPN. Kape Technologies Acquires VPN PIA, PIA donated to Voat (video inside)
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from oneangrygamer.net
Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks' personal details sitting on the open internet using a Chinese IP address? Seriously, why?
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
(UK) Police call for ban on anonymous pay-as-you-go phones
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
New Security System to Revolutionise Privacy | University of St Andrews News
submitted 4 months ago by DeWhoDeWho from news.st-andrews.ac.uk
If it wan't clear before: DO NOT GIVE YOUR DNA AWAY. This is the VP of genetic tech for 23andme.
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from media.8kun.top
Drivers License Data Sold to Businesses, Given to Feds
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
Today, For the first time, I genuinely felt like my privacy was breached. Here's what happened.
submitted 4 months ago by d3rr from old.reddit.com
California Adopts Strictest Privacy Law in US
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from threatpost.com
Which is worse, free VPN or no VPN?
Can my isp see what i browse if I use a proxy?
Do you disable Scripts on your browser?
Which is better: StartPage or DuckDuckGo?
Is StartPage open-source?
Flaw in Twitter lets expert match 17 MILLION phone numbers with users
submitted 5 months ago by useless_aether from dailymail.co.uk
(2018) Kavanaugh: Warrantless Data Collection "is entirely consistent with the Fourth Amendment"
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from phillipschneider.com
How to Track President Trump | The New York Times
submitted 5 months ago by DeWhoDeWho from nytimes.com
Perspective | What does your car know about you? We hacked a Chevy to find out.
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from washingtonpost.com
Researcher: Data on 267 million Facebook users exposed
submitted 5 months ago by AbeFroman from news360.com
Twelve Million Phones, One Dataset, Zero Privacy | The New York Times
Yet another Ring home camera system was broken into, and this time the intruders used it to harass the home's owners
submitted 5 months ago by Mnemonic from businessinsider.com
Informational Privacy: A Precondition for Democratic Participation?
submitted 5 months ago by Stankmango from blogs.lse.ac.uk
Google owns your health data now, and they didn't ask your permission
submitted 5 months ago by FormosaOolong from greenmedinfo.health
Effective Ways to Protect your Online Privacy on Public Wi-Fi Networks
submitted 5 months ago by carlevans from blogs.sap.com
Iphone 11 Has A Great Feature You Can't Opt Out Of: Tracking You Everywhere
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from youtube.com
Avast Online Security and Avast Secure Browser are spying on you
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from palant.de
➽➜P⇢➤HUMAN RIGHTS Microsoft Funds Facial Recognition Technology Secretly Tested on Palestinians
submitted 5 months ago by 7dej19 from truthout.org
Privacy Analysis of Tiktok’s App and Website
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from rufposten.de
iPhone 11 Pro still collects location data even when told not to
submitted 5 months ago by Mnemonic from 9to5mac.com
Smartphone owners in China now need to send facial scans to the government
DHS plans to require mug shots of U.S. citizen travelers
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from papersplease.org
China Adopts Malicious "Cybersecurity" Rules
submitted 5 months ago by useless_aether from gatestoneinstitute.org
China introduces mandatory face scans for customers who have been issued new phone numbers | The Japan Times
submitted 5 months ago by useless_aether from japantimes.co.jp