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Amazon Wants a Key to Your House. I Did It. I Regretted It.
Business  (tags: delivery services, packages, privacy )

Freya
- 5 days ago - msn.com
I gave Amazon.com a key to go into my house and drop off packages when I'm not around. After two weeks, it turns out letting strangers in has been the least-troubling part of the experience.
Walmart Just Came Up With An Idea That Will Make Customers Really Miserable
Business  (tags: shopping, capitalism, consumers, shoppers, megastores, spying, privacy )

Freya
- 124 days ago - msn.com
Should some ideas be left on the shelf? Try telling that to those who think they know the future. Some ideas smack of genius. Others, you just want to smack.
7 In 10 Smartphone Apps Share Your Data With Third-Party Services
Business  (tags: abuse, business, consumers, corporate, cover-up, dishonesty, ethics, marketing, smartphones, privacy, apps, third party, spying, orwellian surveillance, Big Brother society )

Ricardo
- 197 days ago - activistpost.com
Our mobile phones can reveal a lot about ourselves: where we live and work; who our family, friends and acquaintances are; how (and even what) we communicate with them; and our personal habits. With all the information stored on them, it isnâEUR(TM)t....
Why We Should Fear a Cashless World
Business  (tags: Contactless payments, Banks and building societies, Consumer affairs, Surveillance, Privacy, Poverty, Social exclusion, Equality )

Judy
- 633 days ago - theguardian.com
Poor people and small businesses rely on cash. A contactless system will likely entrench poverty and pave the way for terrifying levels of surveillance.
Facebook Wants Americans to Have LESS Computer Privacy
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, technology, Facebook, spying, privacy, business, consumers, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, ethics, marketing, lies, politics, usa )

Angelus
- 778 days ago - readersupportednews.org
Citing cyber attack dangers so as to be able to watch everyone all the time
Windows 10 Is Possibly the Worst Spyware Ever Made.Wonder Why Its FREE
Business  (tags: pc, spying, windows, service agreement, rights, NSA, CIA, privacy )

Reggie
- 831 days ago - money.cnn.com
Windows 10, built-in Keylogger.In the service agreement is permission to poke through everything on your PC,How To Stop Windows 10 From Spying On You,Don't upgrade,Don't Install.Microsoft & law enforcement in-cahoots, Windows 10 Data grabs.
How Human Resources Manipulates and Spies on You, Even When You're Not at Work
Business  (tags: work, jobs, offices, spies, espionage, spying, privacy )

Freya
- 875 days ago - alternet.org
Forget the NSA: you should worry about the espionage unit at your job.
Debt Collectors Fight Privacy Advocates Over Limits for Automated License Plate Readers
Business  (tags: automated license plate readers, ALPRs, lenders, debt collectors, police, mass surveillance, privacy, ACLU, American Financial Services Association, AFSA )

Judy
- 951 days ago - firstlook.org
As privacy advocates battle to rein in the use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs), they're going up against another industry that benefits from this mass surveillance: lenders and debt collectors.
Self-Organised European Citizens' Initiative Against TTIP & CETA
Business  (tags: trades, business, environment, ethics, government, health, humans, interesting, news, protection, safety, society, world, corporate, employment, social, environmental, privacy )

Sara
- 1155 days ago - action.sumofus.org
We want to prevent lowering of standards concerning employment, social, environmental, privacy and consumers and the deregulation of public services (such as water) and cultural assets from being deregulated in non-transparent negotiations.
National Coalition to Protect Student Privacy ACTION
Business  (tags: military, privacy, students, children, high school, US )

Nancy
- 2069 days ago - studentprivacy.org
Federal and state laws strictly monitor the release of student information, but the military manages to circumvent these laws with the administration of the ASVAB. The Family Educational Rights Protection Act and the Elementary and Secondary Education Ac
ACTION ALERT: Stop Cell Phone Companies From Spying on Us! PLEASE SIGN !
Business  (tags: cell phone companies, wiretrapping, rights, security, carrier iq, privacy )

Simone
- 2202 days ago - forcechange.com
Carrier IQ is a smartphone application that undercuts individuals and many company's security measures by intercepting traffic between a user and Google, thus breaking the federal government's ban on wiretapping.
Don't Spy on Me - Take Action
Business  (tags: abuse, americans, business, consumers, corporate, dishonesty, ethics, privacy, usa )

Kathy
- 2204 days ago - act2.freepress.net
Researcher Trevor Eckhart just discovered a hidden application that records everything millions of people write, view and search for on their cellphones. It sends all of that data to a company no one's ever heard of. And we have no idea what that company
McDonald's, CBS, Mazda, Microsoft Sued for 'Sniffing' Web Users' Histories(But What About FaceBook?)
Business  (tags: McDonalds, Microsoft, cbs, mazada, privacy, consumers, business, americans, abuse, corruption, ethics )

Dana
- 2535 days ago - rawstory.com
A resident of New York has sued McDonald's, CBS, Mazda and Microsoft for acting in concert with the advertising agency Interclick to collect data from Internet users' web surfing history. By Eric W. Dolan
Psssst--Your Boss Is Spying on You!
Business  (tags: supervisors, spying, employees, employer controls, privacy, employee privacy, control issues, sneaky )

IE
- 2763 days ago - hotjobs.yahoo.com
Think your privacy is protected at the office? Think again. In fact, if you're reading this at work, there's a very good chance that your boss is, too.
WARNING: How Privacy Vanishes Online
Business  (tags: personally identifying information, SSN, personal information, privacy, privacy protection, social media, hacking, identity theft, safeguarding identity )

IE
- 2828 days ago - finance.yahoo.com
"Technology has rendered the conventional definition of personally identifiable information obsolete," said Maneesha Mithal, associate director of the Federal Trade Commission's privacy division. "You can find out who an individual is without it."
 

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