Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

NSA Can Eavesdrop If It Wants To

April 3rd, 2008
Hackers and nerds have talked about this issue for years. The idea that there is no such thing as real security so long as corporations put in back doors for agencies like the NSA to have access to people's information at will. Cryptome reports that the US National Security ...

Victory For Privacy and Free Speech

February 8th, 2008
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Ask.com Eraser (Privacy) vs. Google

December 13th, 2007
Ask.com's move is brilliant from a marketing standpoint Lately, it seems Google has turned to the dark side on several levels. If you're politically savvy, you know there is a serious problem with government invading our private lives. Now, the CEO of Ask.com is fighting back. Ask.com is ...

House Passes “SAFE Act”

December 6th, 2007
House Democrats rushed and passed legislation related to regulating the Internet that is an obscene abuse of political power. House passes "Safe Act" The SAFE Act requires that anyone providing an "electronic communication service" or "remote computing service" to the public who learns about the transmission or storage of information about ...

Big Brother has a new name

December 4th, 2007
It's called Facebook Throughout the week, countless articles have been released that attack the founder of Facebook for alleged theft of code that helped create the latest social online phenomena. All sorts of dirty laundry have been aired regarding the 23 year old Harvard grad and owner of Facebook. It's alleged ...

A Network You Can Trust, Amazon.com

November 29th, 2007
Kudos to Amazon, Inc., shame on AT&T for betraying our trust. I've been beyond angry at the "network you can trust -- AT&T" over its willingness to open up customer records, bills, and Internet activity to the government. I've never been a sucker for the "if you aren't doing ...