21WIRE + Information Week | Google is developing a huge monopoly – and the crisis of DDoS attacks empowers them.
Patrick Henningsen | Breaking down the dirty business of data trading between govt and mega corps.
Patrick Henningsen | Everyone is calling for a global corporate tax regime, but not one dare ask who will be in charge of it.
Washington Post | Proposal would fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders.
Marketing Week | Google set to compete with Apple in the retail space now.
Whistleblower and former NSA crypto-mathematician who served in the agency for decades – virtual privacy in US, Petraeus affair and whistleblowers’ odds in fight against the authorities are among key topics of this exclusive interview… ….
Argentine ISPs Use Bazooka to Kill Fly . By Jillian York August 22, 2011 On Tuesday, eff reported that Argentina’s National Telecommunications Commission (CNC) had issued a directive to local ISPs to block two websites- leakymails.com and leakymails.blogspot.com- in response to an order from a federal judge. Today, on Google’s Latin America blog (in Spanish), Senior [...]
CA security team finds more advanced Android malware . By Jon Brodkin Network World August 02, 2011 A new Android Trojan is capable of recording phone conversations, according to a CA security researcher. While a previous Trojan found by CA logged the details of incoming and outgoing phone calls and the call duration, the [...]
Social network turns on new feature to automatically identify people in photos, raising questions about privacy implications of the service – By Charles Arthur Guardian June 8, 2011 Facebook has come under fire for quietly expanding the availability of technology to automatically identify people in photos, renewing concerns about its privacy practices. The feature, which the giant [...]
Matt Ryan Infowars.com March 22, 2011 AT&T’s pending acquisition of T-Mobile USA has the tech world buzzing with various pros and cons of what this merging would mean for the consumer. Among the pros are the possibility of having a single mobile standard (4G LTE) and a market where phones aren’t restricted to a single carrier. [...]