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Encrypted messaging apps are going to be a hot topic for 2018. With so many reports of snooping and spying…
If David Cameron has his way way, it will soon be illegal to offer unbreakable encryption in the UK. Under…
Bleep, the private messaging app billed as no personal info required, has laid the foundation for tracking its users. The …
Inflight internet connectivity provider Gogo has been caught forging SSL certificates and serving them to their customers. Flyer Adrienne Porter…
Uber recently blogged about their privacy policy. They claim to use the info they collect for a limited set of…
AT&T is testing a new relevant advertising system. It works by providing a unique identifier to every website that you…
Both Apple and Google have announced that they will be encrypting data on their future operating systems. Both companies are…
In light of the recent confusion and fingerpointing regarding the extend of CarrierIQ snooping, Representative Ed Markey has released a …
Public access to the Twitter account verification system has been closed for quite a while. The verification system was intended…
This site gets a fair number of users that are still surfing the web with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6. We…