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How Washington Is Ramming REAL ID Down Our Throats
submitted 1 day ago by Drewski from theamericanconservative.com
Watchdog says refusing the authorities access to encrypted data should be illegal
submitted 3 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from independent.co.uk
Galaxy Users, Take Note: Samsung's Probably Selling Your Data | Computerworld
submitted 3 days ago by DeWhoDeWho from computerworld.com
Can you guys please list EVERYTHING you can do to protect your online privacy?
submitted 4 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
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?
submitted 5 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Which is the bets operating system in terms of privacy?
submitted 6 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Apple complies with 90% requests from government to share customer data
submitted 8 days ago by useless_aether from businessinsider.com
The secret company that might end privacy as we know it
submitted 8 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from nytimes3xbfgragh.onion
Read if you use Private Internet Access VPN. Kape Technologies Acquires VPN PIA, PIA donated to Voat (video inside)
submitted 11 days ago by useless_aether from oneangrygamer.net
Norwegian organization says dating apps leak personal data
submitted 11 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from apnews.com
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 15 days ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
(UK) Police call for ban on anonymous pay-as-you-go phones
submitted 15 days ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
New Security System to Revolutionise Privacy | University of St Andrews News
submitted 17 days 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 20 days ago by useless_aether from media.8kun.top
Drivers License Data Sold to Businesses, Given to Feds
submitted 20 days ago by Drewski from activistpost.com
California Adopts Strictest Privacy Law in US
submitted 22 days ago by Drewski from threatpost.com
Today, For the first time, I genuinely felt like my privacy was breached. Here's what happened.
submitted 24 days ago by d3rr from old.reddit.com
Can my isp see what i browse if I use a proxy?
submitted 24 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Which is worse, free VPN or no VPN?
Do you disable Scripts on your browser?
submitted 25 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Is StartPage open-source?
submitted 26 days ago by yaboihenry5678 from self.privacy
Which is better: StartPage or DuckDuckGo?
Flaw in Twitter lets expert match 17 MILLION phone numbers with users
submitted 1 month ago by useless_aether from dailymail.co.uk
(2018) Kavanaugh: Warrantless Data Collection "is entirely consistent with the Fourth Amendment"
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from phillipschneider.com
How to Track President Trump | The New York Times
submitted 1 month ago by DeWhoDeWho from nytimes.com
Researcher: Data on 267 million Facebook users exposed
submitted 1 month ago by AbeFroman from news360.com
Perspective | What does your car know about you? We hacked a Chevy to find out.
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from washingtonpost.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 1 month ago by Mnemonic from businessinsider.com
Informational Privacy: A Precondition for Democratic Participation?
submitted 1 month ago by Stankmango from blogs.lse.ac.uk
Google owns your health data now, and they didn't ask your permission
submitted 1 month ago by FormosaOolong from greenmedinfo.health
Effective Ways to Protect your Online Privacy on Public Wi-Fi Networks
submitted 1 month ago by carlevans from blogs.sap.com
Iphone 11 Has A Great Feature You Can't Opt Out Of: Tracking You Everywhere
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from youtube.com
➽➜P⇢➤HUMAN RIGHTS Microsoft Funds Facial Recognition Technology Secretly Tested on Palestinians
submitted 1 month ago by 7dej19 from truthout.org
Privacy Analysis of Tiktok’s App and Website
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from rufposten.de
Avast Online Security and Avast Secure Browser are spying on you
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from palant.de
iPhone 11 Pro still collects location data even when told not to
submitted 1 month 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 1 month ago by Drewski from papersplease.org
China Adopts Malicious "Cybersecurity" Rules
submitted 1 month 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 1 month ago by useless_aether from japantimes.co.jp
Democrats propose sweeping new online privacy laws to rein in tech giants
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
Smart TVs like Samsung, LG and Roku are tracking everything we watch
More than 1 million T-Mobile customers exposed by breach
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from techcrunch.com
Why we must resist all forms of surveillance and maintain our entanglements free from tyrannical influences and interpretations
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from livescience.com
Bad news: 'unblockable' web trackers emerge. Good news: Firefox with uBlock Origin can stop it. Chrome, not so much
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
Indian Government Asserts Widespread Digital Surveillance Powers After WhatsApp Hack
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from gizmodo.com
privacytools.io delists Startpage.com
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from blog.privacytools.io
Edwards Wins Louisiana Again – Despite Trump’s Best Efforts The president sought a referendum against national Dems but came up short – again.
submitted 2 months ago by LibertyNation from 411s.co
Brave 1.0 launches, bringing the privacy-first browser out of beta
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from theverge.com
Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from eff.org
Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers' Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from zerohedge.com
Google’s Project Nightingale Collects Health Data on Millions of Americans
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from macobserver.com
I Got Access to My Secret Consumer Score. Now You Can Get Yours, Too. - The New York Times
submitted 2 months ago by CompleteDoubterII from nytimes.com
Lokinet: Privately Access Censorship Resistant Websites
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from lokinet.org
You’re Never Alone: Tech Tyranny And Digital Despots Facebook and Twitter take opposing stances on political ads and free speech.
Racist Impact Of Open Borders Illegal immigration affects the black community, more than most people realize.
Unseen - Unseen.is secure chat, calling, and email
submitted 2 months ago by useless_aether from unseen.is
Found this great New Conservative news aggregator.
submitted 3 months ago by LibertyNation from 411s.co
The Uprising Podcast: Arrested For A Word
Tails - Tails 4.0 is out
submitted 3 months ago by useless_aether from tails.boum.org
Clinton Desperate To Out-Trump Trump In 2020? Hillary wants another bite at the apple, but her strategy seems contradictory.
Student tracking, secret scores: How college admissions offices rank prospects before they apply
submitted 3 months ago by Mnemonic from washingtonpost.com
The sound of silence is actually the sound of a malicious smart speaker app listening in on you
submitted 3 months ago by useless_aether from theregister.co.uk
Has Pierre Delecto Killed Mitt Romney’s Political Career? A self-styled paragon of ethical behavior, Romney ‘fesses up to Twitter pseudonym.
Tor is prolly compromised
submitted 3 months ago by lil_peter from self.privacy
Defying Death: People Pass, But The Swamp Lives On Elijah Cummings' wife is expected to claim the seat he held for decades as Baltimore disintegrated.
Google exec says Nest owners should probably warn their guests that their conversations are being recorded
submitted 3 months ago by Mnemonic from pulse.ng
submitted 3 months ago by x0x7 from pic8.co
Librem 5 - first run walk through
submitted 3 months ago by Optimus85 from youtube.com
"When we watch TV, our TVs watch us back and track our habits. This practice has exploded recently since it hasn’t faced much public scrutiny […]"
submitted 3 months ago by Mnemonic from threadreaderapp.com
Alternative tools, frontends, and proxies for Youtube, Reddit, Twitter and other proprietary social media
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from self.privacy
Edward Snowden wants to come home: "I'm not asking for a pass. What I'm asking for is a fair trial"
submitted 4 months ago by r721 from cbsnews.com
How To Blur Your House on Google Maps
submitted 4 months ago by useless_aether from realworldsurvivor.com
Big Tech is Spying on Us: a collection of articles to freak you out and convince your doubting friends
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from mindchasers.com
'They wanted me gone': Edward Snowden tells of whistleblowing, his AI fears and six years in Russia - The man whose state surveillance revelations rocked the world speaks exclusively to the Guardian about his new life and concerns for the future
submitted 4 months ago by r721 from theguardian.com
Brave Browser | Finally Switching Off of Google
submitted 4 months ago by Optimus85 from youtube.com
Unencrypted patient medical information broadcast across Vancouver
submitted 4 months ago by magnora7 from openprivacy.ca
White House Now Thinks Harvesting Fitness Tracker Data Could Stop The Next Mass Shooting
submitted 4 months ago by Mnemonic from techdirt.com
Deconstructing Google’s excuses on tracking protection
submitted 5 months ago by r721 from freedom-to-tinker.com
Microsoft Contractors Listened to Xbox Owners in Their Homes
submitted 5 months ago by Kangbanger from vice.com
"If your smartphone is an extension of your mind, then it should have the same legal protections as your brain"
submitted 5 months ago by PikonParadox from aeon.co
Privacy law exploited to reveal fiancee’s data
submitted 5 months ago by Mnemonic from bbc.com
Pentagon testing mass surveillance balloons across the US
submitted 5 months ago by Drewski from theguardian.com
Hitting the Books: Modern Surveillance and 'The Science of Happiness'
submitted 6 months ago by Stankmango from engadget.com
Equifax Data Breach Settlement (Don't forget to claim if your data was involved)
submitted 6 months ago by Mnemonic from equifaxbreachsettlement.com
Viral App FaceApp Now Owns Access To More Than 150 Million People's Faces And Names
submitted 6 months ago by Mnemonic from forbes.com
More than 1,000 Android Apps "Deceptively" Harvest Personal Data
submitted 6 months ago by Stankmango from itpro.co.uk
What is PGP?
Office 365 declared illegal in German schools due to privacy risks
submitted 6 months ago by Mnemonic from arstechnica.com
Hidden VPN Owners Unveiled: 97 VPNs Run by 23 Companies | VPNpro | Interestinly, a few owners are linekd to Israel's UNIT 8200
submitted 6 months ago by Jesus from vpnpro.com
It turns out that Juggalo makeup blocks facial recognition technology
submitted 6 months ago by Mnemonic from consequenceofsound.net
Become a Data Hoarder or Become a Dependent
submitted 6 months ago by Stankmango from slashgear.com
In 2017, the House Committee on Oversight and Reform found that "18 states have memorandums of understanding with the FBI to share their databases with the federal agency and that, as a result, over half of American adults are part of a facial recognition database." Remember that as you celebrate.
submitted 6 months ago by i_cansmellthat from self.privacy
Whonix 15 has been released
submitted 6 months ago by kovri from qubes-os.org
Trump officials weigh encryption crackdown
submitted 7 months ago by Drewski from politico.com
Amazon Ring Will Survive the Anti-surveillance Backlash
submitted 7 months ago by Mnemonic from theatlantic.com
UK Government's Porn Block has been Delayed for at Least Six Months Due to an Administrative Error
submitted 7 months ago by Stankmango from computing.co.uk
Facebook's New Libra Currency is the 'Most Invasive and Dangerous Form of Surveillance Ever Designed'
submitted 7 months ago by Stankmango from independent.co.uk
The CIA Spied on People Through Their Smart TVs, Leaked Documents Reveal
submitted 7 months ago by Drewski from vice.com