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Can You Really Trust Yahoo’s New Encrypted Email Service?

21WIRE + The Switch | Ultimately, we will all have to demand that the NSA stay within the law, but until then the public will remain distrustful.

How to keep those old Facebook posts hidden (well, sort of).

The Switch | The Internet, being what it is, means that the temptation is overwhelming to search out your embarrassing posts.

Snowden on NSA wiretapping: ‘Put your cell phones in the fridge’

Dr Coldwell | Here are some practical tips on protecting your privacy from government eavesdroppers…

Microsoft and NYPD Create Domain Awareness System In New ‘Gotham City’

Shawn Helton | Born out of the dark dreams of dystopian sci-fi.

A Cypherpunk’s Manifesto

Activism Net | Privacy is necessary for an open society in the electronic age. Privacy is not secrecy.

In Reaction To Swedish Riots and Privacy Concerns, Instagram Makes Advertising U-turn

21WIRE | Pressure is being applied to the digital moguls to claw back previous plans to exploit children.

Facebook To Fight Germany’s Demand of Anonymity for Its Users

AP | Proof that Facebook’s moral spine is almost nonexistent.

Facebook and Instagram’s New Ad Policy Change ‘Could Compromise Privacy for Teens’

21WIRE + WP | Facebook “sees teens as a digital goldmine.”

European Regulator Forces Facebook to Change Its Data Policy

Marketing Week | Facebook is being asked to actually start considering its users’ privacy options.

Disgracebook Diaries: Facebook Privacy Chain Letter Resurfaces

Hayley Tsukayama Washington Post Hoaxes are hard things to put down — particularly when they seem to offer something that people want. to hear. Such is the case with the latest Facebook hoax, actually a rehash of one that cropped up in June, that claims users can change their copyright rights by simply posting a status […]

ANDROID TROJAN HORSE CAN RECORD YOUR PHONE CALLS

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 […]