Coronavirus has infected more than just individuals and their bodies.
When public-private partnerships are created around sensitive public data, the public will always lose because the private company is not limited by the expected ethics of government to protect and defend. The only way to stop this practice is to sto
Privacy group warns of danger from strategy to eliminate encryption
After 9/11 and the Patriot Act, privacy at airports became a thing of the past as the TSA insured that all travelers were searched, prodded, x-rayed and intimidated. The war on viruses will exacerbate that trend by an order of magnitude. ? TN Edito
Could census information be similarly used again to facilitate widespread repression? Certainly.
The Gainesville Police Department suspected an innocent man was involved in a burglary so naturally they requested that Google give them all of his location data.
Most people have been led to believe that Real ID and E-Verify are the answers to controlling illegal immigration and make us safer from fraud, and even terrorist attacks. Not so.
The US Federal Communications Commission is planning to impose fines of at least $200 million on four of the biggest US mobile phone companies for selling consumer location data, two sources close to the matter said Thursday.
Hoan Ton-That said his company had a First Amendment right to access public data, including photos from YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Venmo. It uses those photos for a controversial database primarily used by law enforcement.
Google offers an option for people to download a copy of their private data, called Google Takeout. But, when people used Google Takeout to download their own content, they were accidentally given, in some cases, videos uploaded by people they don'
On January 6, the federal government began collecting DNA from any person in immigration custody -- previously, it had required only fingerprints. With this move, the federal government took a decisive step toward collecting and tracking large numbe
On November 21, the Ukrainian business publication Vector published a genuine regional success story: An Amazon research lab in Kyiv, affiliated with the company's Ring home security division, was receiving a "rebrand" makeover and a broader ne
An ominous bill that is currently making its way through the Kentucky Senate aims to give police unprecedented unconstitutional powers. These new powers will allow cops to stop anyone they want and demand that person tell them who they are, where the
No one wants to be judged by the remarks they have made in private. Yet many people judge (if not obsess over) the private remarks of others. Let's talk about this.
It may not be long before you'll have to forget about walking down the street anonymously, says a New York Times report.
Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society.
Dr Jim Garrow and Marlene Buffa talk about the DEAF Protection that cloaks mobile phone transmission (received or transmitted) - Adam Kokesh on Election 2020 - Susanne Trimbath on Naked Short Selling (Lyn Ulbricht says hello In Studio)
If you've watched the current impeachment proceedings with something beyond a passing interest, you might have heard the controversy over Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) secretly obtaining and then releasing phone records of political rival Rep. Devin
Facebook can determine where users are even if they opt out of having their whereabouts tracked, the company revealed in a letter sent to US senators.
If you're wondering what the NSA stores, the answer is "everything." No matter who you are or where you are, every email, phone call, text message, social media post, photograph, journal entry, and search you've ever performed is logged some
Harry Halpin on Crypto-Anarchism, NYM, and Monero! Maintaining Privacy at the network level for crypto currencies, messages and everything else. This might be the "Pirate" solution to money.
If data is the new oil of the 21st century, then banks have more than anyone… on your purchases, travels, habits, etc. Now they are figuring out ways to sell your data to the highest bidder, paying you nothing in return. ? TN Editor
The company once offered a map, now withdrawn, that allowed police to zoom in to see the specific location of Ring customers.
Maria Farmer alleges she was abused by the disgraced paedo when she was a 26-year-old aspiring model in 1996.
Total surveillance is the dystopian harbinger of Technocracy, and make no doubt that our own government is leading us straight into it. Agencies like DHS should be dismantled and terminated. No citizen can or will see the danger of total surveilla
People will apparently be able to opt to have their journey recorded.
The developer claims that GRIN's protocol, Mimblewimble, is "fundamentally flawed," and unfixable, even going as far to say that the Mimblewimble-based cryptocurrency "should no longer be considered a viable alternative to Zcash or Monero whe
Google and its parent Alphabet have become embroiled in so many legal disputes with regulators pertaining to the company's handling of private user data, it's become difficult to keep track.
The ruling is a significant win for privacy rights of Americans and tourists traveling to the United States.