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Snowden: ‘Get rid of Dropbox.’ Here’s the alternative he recommends

"Get rid of Dropbox, it doesn’t support encryption, it doesn’t protect your private files. Use competitors."
AA PicksFebruary 14, 20181813 shares
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

The 224th Android Apps Weekly is out! This week we talk about Zooper Widget's return, the coming of HQ Trivia, Bridge Constructor Portal's release, and a bunch of other Android apps and ...
Joe HindyJanuary 1, 2018523 shares
 

The dark side of encryption is also the light side

Encryption may protect your privacy but it also protects terrorist communications, according to the FBI. So which is more important? Privacy or protection? Personal security or national ...
Kris CarlonFebruary 11, 2016450 shares
 

Signal encrypted chat app arrives to Android, Edward Snowden approved

It has been a half year since the encrypted calling and texting app, Signal, first hit the iOS but now it is finally making its way over to camp Android.
Christopher LoranNovember 3, 20151060 shares
 

Apple and Google Execs met in English mansion to secretly discuss government surveillance plans

Apple and Google met spy chiefs from seven countries to discuss their resistance to provide information to spy agencies and comply with government requests.
Nirave GondhiaMay 23, 20151868 shares
 

Google researching ways to add PGP encryption to Gmail

A Google employee has let it slip that Google is researching ways to streamline the use of PGP/GPG with Gmail. Google has "research underway to improve the usability of PGP with Gmail,” ...
Gary SimsApril 22, 2014539 shares
 

Smartphone users are unwitting participants to widespread surveillance effort, says security expert

The ubiquity of mobile devices has prompted government agencies to piggyback on corporate efforts to collect our information all in the name of marketing, says security ...
J. Angelo RacomaApril 11, 2014128 shares
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