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Google voice search records conversations people have around their phones
by SomeoneElse in #privacy   9 comments, latest 1 year ago
Just talking is enough to activate the recordings ... Google could have a record of everything you have said around it for years, and you can listen to...
Dump Gmail and get real privacy with Protonmail in Switzerland
by SomeoneElse in #privacy   26 comments, latest 1 year ago
We are scientists, engineers, and developers drawn together by a shared vision of protecting civil liberties online. This is why we created ProtonMail, an easy to use secure email...
On the ethics of mass scanning license plate numbers
by SomeoneElse in #privacy   11 comments, latest 8 months ago
At each crossing, and at structurally sensitive points on bridges and tunnels, advanced cameras and sensors are being installed to read license plates, regardless of lighting conditions or...
Signal "private" messaging app demands ability to eavesdrop on you
by SomeoneElse in #privacy   4 comments, latest 7 months ago
I am trying out the desktop (Chrome) version of Signal from It's a messaging app which claims to enhance your privacy. Why then does the desktop version refuse to...
The NSA has serious private competition in spying on you
by SomeoneElse in #privacy   10 comments, latest 1 year ago
The company offers services relating to third party data collecting. BlueKai collects PC & smartphone users' data to enhance ad marketing for their clients, and has about 700 million...
Trump is trying to 'unmask' random twitter opponents. Must be a national security thing...
by YesYNot in #privacy   4 comments, latest 4 months ago
Personal ID info on 15 Million T-Mobile customers stolen
by tvgnus in #privacy   Posted 2 years ago
Credit reporting firm Experian says it was breached •  We take privacy very seriously Experian North America says one of its business units, notably not its consumer credit bureau,...
Order to hack iPhone for FBI chilling: Tim Cook
by Strategist in #privacy   48 comments, latest 8 months ago
A U.S. magistrate's order that Apple help the FBI access an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists is "chilling" and is essentially asking the U.S. tech...
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