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Google Gets Hearing It Wants As Lawmakers Focus On Fake Anti-Conservative Bias
But underneath the nonsense, a bipartisan consensus emerged against the privacy status quo.
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The Last Time Congress Threatened To Enact Digital Privacy Laws, It Didn’t Go So Well
What can a past failure tell us about the current privacy push?
A TSA Agent Touched My Breasts And Groin In The Name Of 'Security'
Tammy Leigh Kahn
I keep thinking about how it felt to have a stranger touch me in the middle of Logan airport in places I would only let my partner touch me. I keep thinking about what would happen if they tried to do it to my child.
The Ethical Implications of Digitally Spying on Your Children
Stark of Winterfell
As adults, we clearly understand the need for cyber safety. But what about our children? According to a study conducted by
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Federal Reserve Hacked More Than 50 Times In 4 Years
By Jason Lange and Dustin Volz, Reuters
Some of the incidents were labeled "espionage."
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WhatsApp Is Blocked In Brazil, Again
This is the second time a judge has ordered Facebook's WhatsApp blocked.
Privacy: A Failed Experiment?
Victor Dorff 451
Like a teenager who is horrified to learn that the little lock on her diary was insufficient to protect her secrets from a prying sibling, Americans have been surprised over and over again to learn that nothing they say or do is necessarily a sacred secret.
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Bill Gates Calls For Tougher Limits On Government Snooping
By Dustin Volz and David Shepardson, Reuters
The government should only collect email data in select cases, Gates said.
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Hackers Are Learning Customer Service Tactics To Target Victims
By Jim Finkle, Reuters
The hackers have "a perfect business model."
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Unlocking iPhone Would Expose 'Hundreds Of Millions' To Cyber Attacks, Apple Says
Apple's lawyers will testify in front of lawmakers on Tuesday.
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Do We Really Have a 'Right' to Digital Privacy?
Tech attorney specializing in privacy, intellectual property a...
The "right to privacy" is a bedrock concept in U.S. society and a guiding principle in our legal system. But if you look for it in the U.S. Constitution or the Bill of Rights, you won't find it. That's because privacy rights aren't as clear-cut as many Americans generally think they are.
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Feds Want To Crack A Lot More iPhones Than Just The San Bernardino Terrorist's
The FBI chief had said his agency wasn't looking to set "any precedent" with its Apple demand.
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Your Smartwatch Can Be Hacked To Monitor And Steal Your Passwords
By Charles Pulliam-Moore, Fusion
“By their very nature of being wearable, these devices provide a new pervasive attack surface threatening users' privacy, among others.”
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Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Clears Senate In Bipartisan Vote
By Dustin Volz, Reuters
By Dustin Volz WASHINGTON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate easily passed legislation on Tuesday aimed at bolstering the
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California Can Teach The Rest Of Us An Important Lesson In Digital Privacy
The state's landmark new law could show Washington how to protect civil liberties online.
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Dear Uncle Sam: If You Want Our Email Or Data, Please Get A Warrant
Will the 114th Congress finally update the 1986 law that governs most of our electronic communications?
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