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March 1, 2012  4:52 PM

Is Big Data poised to be Internet freedom’s biggest threat? Schneier thinks so



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Amazon, Google, Privacy, RSA, RSA 2012, Security

The biggest threat to Internet freedom isn't traditional "bad guys" like cyberterrorists and hacking groups, says Bruce Schneier, security researcher and author, but the slow, creeping advances of Big Data companies like Google and Amazon that are quietly...

February 9, 2012  3:30 PM

The Empire Strikes again: BTJunkie voluntarily shuts down after MegaUpload Arrests



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Privacy

The search engine and file-sharing site, BTJunkie, is voluntarily shutting down its website following the recent shut down of MegaUpload.com and the arrest of its founder, Kim Dotcom.


February 1, 2012  11:53 AM

U.S. Congress takes on Google over Privacy Changes



Posted by: Michael Tidmarsh
Google, Privacy


June 14, 2011  5:55 AM

Could you survive getting Palin’d?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
E-mail, Privacy

After years of waiting, the Associated Press (and other media outlets) finally received the results of their...


December 15, 2009  11:52 AM

Worker text, e-mail privacy gets a Supreme Court review



Posted by: Michael Morisy
IT policies, Legal, Privacy

In many cases, it is trivial to monitor or access employee e-mails, browsing history and texts, and it's standard operating procedure at some companies. But should there be some level of an expectation...


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