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Protect Your Online Privacy From the Trump Administration
Science & Tech  (tags: privacy, civil rights, Internet, computers, spying, petitions )

Freya
- 23 days ago - act.freepress.net
Sen. Tom Cotton is trying to help the Trump administration spy on our online lives via a bill that would permanently reauthorize an invasive mass surveillance program.
Protect Yourself in These Orwellian Times: A Hacker's Guide to Being Cyber-Safe
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, Internet, communication, spying, security, privacy )

Freya
- 248 days ago - alternet.org
President-elect Donald Trump's criticism of encryption technology and interest in expanding government surveillance have technologists and civil libertarians deeply concerned.
Recently Bought a Windows Computer? Microsoft Probably Has Your Encryption Key
Science & Tech  (tags: computer, internet, investigation, safety, technology, Microsoft, backdoors, spying, surveillance, privacy violation, Orwellian Agenda )

Ricardo
- 598 days ago - theintercept.com
One of the excellent features of new Windows devices is that disk encryption is built-in and turned on by default, protecting your data in case your device is lost or stolen. But what is less well-known is that, if you are like most users and login to..
1984 Is Here: Samsung Admits Its TVs Might Spy on You, Warns Against Carrying Out Sensitive Conversations
Science & Tech  (tags: TV, Samsung, spying, Surveillance cameras, surveillance technology, humans, NewTechnology, society, technology, world )

Lone
- 903 days ago - globalresearch.ca
Surveillance cameras are everywhere, at least in the modern world. Police have a range of listening devices and surveillance technology, some of which can see through your walls and into your home.
Sim Card Database Hack Gave US and UK Spies Access to Billions of Cellphones
Science & Tech  (tags: NSA, GCHQ, Intercept, SIM cards, spying, oversight, Snowden )

Evelyn
- 909 days ago - theguardian.com
NSA and GCHQ hacked into the world's largest sim card manufacturer in a move that gave them unfettered access to billions of cellphones around the globe and looks set to spark another international row into overreach by espionage agencies.
The Great SIM Heist: How Spies Stole the Keys to the Encryption Castle
Science & Tech  (tags: Edward Snowdon, NSA, The Intercept, privacy, spying, surveillance, US, Britain, SIM cards, worldwide cell phones, Gemalto )

Judy
- 910 days ago - firstlook.org
Snowden documents: American and British spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy of cellphone communications across the globe...
Researchers Find 'Astonishing' Malware Linked to NSA Spying
Science & Tech  (tags: NSA, Kaspersky, security researchers, malaware, spying )

Judy
- 912 days ago - firstlook.org
Among the targets were a series of unnamed governments, telecom, energy, and aerospace companies, as well as Islamic scholars, and media organizations.
Help Shut Off NSA'S Electricity
Science & Tech  (tags: NSA, electricity, Fourth Amendment Protection Act, Washington State, Oklahoma, Florida, Indiana, spying, intrude of privacy )

Dandelion
- 1301 days ago - act.rootsaction.org
Thank you for supporting the Fourth Amendment Protection Act. If you're not in Washington State, Oklahoma, Florida, or Indiana (which already have bills introduced), you should work on advancing the same in your state.
The Drone That Fell From the Sky
Science & Tech  (tags: Air craft, computers, drones, investigation, NewTechnology, spying )

Kit
- 2067 days ago - truth-out.org
The skies seem full of falling drones these days. The most publicized of them made headlines when Iran announced that its military had taken possession of an advanced American remotely piloted spy aircraft, thought to be an RQ-170 Sentinel.
Big Pharma Nanotechnology Encodes Pills With Tracking Data That You Swallow
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, Gizmos, NewTechnology, tagging, spying )

John
- 2584 days ago - sott.net
from Natural News : Nanotechnologists are deconstructing the basic building blocks of materials and elements to make completely new ones. Nanoscientists are reconstructing the molecular building blocks of our world without knowing what may happen.
US Internet Seen as Untrustworthy
Science & Tech  (tags: Internet, client information, data, data storage, data transmission, Patriot Act, US government, spying, surveillance, privacy )

RC
- 3275 days ago - nytimes.com
Since passage of the Patriot Act, many companies based outside of the United States have been reluctant to store client information in the U.S
Cyborg Insect Surveillance -The World's Privacy May Never Be the Same
Science & Tech  (tags: Spying, GeneticEngineering, Gizmos, interesting, technology )

John
- 3434 days ago - dailygalaxy.com
You can run, but you can't hide! For the past decade, Pentagon-backed researchers have been trying to create cyborg insects that could serve as living, virtual remote-controlled spies. Until recently, the '007 bugs have never survived long enough to prov
Does Windows Vista Send Information to the Government?
Science & Tech  (tags: bill gates, windows vista, big brother, sending info to government, ethics, spying, government, humanrights, computers, internet )

Cheryl
- 3456 days ago - infopackets.com
Is there more to Windows Vista being big brother than was originally thought? There appear to be features and services bundled into Windows Vista that stay in touch with the government and their associates, too
FBI Got More Than It Asked For Through Email Glitch
Science & Tech  (tags: domestic surveillance, human error, email, spying, FBI, National Security agency, technology )

RC
- 3470 days ago - nytimes.com
Email from an entire undisclosed domain was turned over to the FBI because of a technical error blamed on the service prodiver. Instead of giving access to the one email account authorized by a judge, the FBI was privy to all email on that domain.
 

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