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The company once offered a map, now withdrawn, that allowed police to zoom in to see the specific location of Ring customers.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.