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Washington Post: 5 billion cellphone location records collected daily by the NSA

Newly discovered documents reveal that the NSA is collecting 5 billion cellphone location records each day. Read on for more details!
by Chris SmithDecember 4, 201324

“Shared Endorsements” or how you can be a star in Google’s ads thanks to your Google+ activity

Google will update its privacy policy in order to be able to use Google+ activity in ads and other places as "Shared Endorsements." Opting out of this service is possible.
by Chris SmithOctober 11, 201317

NSA indirectly responsible for new breed of anti-spying smartphones, apps and devices

The moral and political aspects of state-level spying will be debated for years to come, but an interesting side-effect of the NSA's actions is that new business is being created ...
by Gary SimsOctober 11, 201319

Are your photos revealing your location when you post them on the Internet?

Many people are unaware that photos can contain geo-location information, and that this data can be read by anyone when you post an image on the Internet. You do turn off GeoTagging on ...
by Gary SimsSeptember 27, 201311

CM team to offer CyanogenMod account to track your lost phone, new dual-releases planned

CyanogenMod has announced the details of its new CM Account and Device Finding services, which will help you find your lost phone without compromising on security.
by Robert TriggsAugust 20, 20137

The ultimate Catch-22: Google said no Gmail privacy 10 years ago

Consumer Watchdog recently exposed Google for saying that people shouldn't expect privacy when using Gmail. The Internet, of course, is enraged.
by Joe HindyAugust 15, 201337

Worried about PRISM? How much would you pay for better privacy?

In light of the PRISM scandal, we know that Big Brother is watching, and our connected nature makes it easy to spy upon us. How much should we be willing to spend to protect our privacy?
by J. Angelo RacomaJune 30, 20138

CyanogenMod adds encrypted messaging to help beat the NSA

Koushik Dutta has started to integrate a secure messaging service that transparently encrypts all instant messages between devices running CyanogenMod. The question is, shouldn't Google ...
by Gary SimsJune 27, 201320

Google faces fines in France over user data policy

In france, a watchdog group called the “National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties”, or CNIL, has pointed out in as statement that Google is preventing users from “knowing ...
by Nate SwannerJune 20, 2013

Privacy commissioners from around the world write to Google to get more details on Glass

Government privacy officials from six countries, including Canada, have written to Google asking for more details about its new wearable smart device. What can Google do to help ...
by Gary SimsJune 20, 20133
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