Hells, yeah!

Smart-meter vendor says that if we know how their system works, the terrorists will win

Seattle Suehawks: Smart meter hush-up launched because, er … terrorism

Landisgyr freak out after Seattle city accidentally leaks details of smart meters

A multinational demands to know who reads MuckRock and is suing to stop us from posting records about them

Security by Obscurity never works, losers! Go Phil Mocek!

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Privacy News Update, 8-9-15

Featured:

8/8  Want to be totally secure on the Internet? Good luck

8/8:  These Glasses Block Facial Recognition Technology

8/7:  Check your Android device for the Stagefright vulnerability

8/7:  EFF’s Privacy Badger will block snooping ads and invisible trackers

8/6:  Group: Surveillance flights not targeting Arab Americans

8/6:  “PING SUSP PHONE”—An Oakland shooting reveals how cops snoop on cell phones

8/6:  Dream of Internet freedom dying, Black Hat keynoter says

8/6:  Daily Report: Google and the Spread of the ‘Right to Be Forgotten’

8/5:  NSA’S EPIC Fail: Spy Agency Pays Lawyers That Sue It

8/4:  EFF and MuckRock Need Your Help Tracking Biometric Surveillance

8/4:  What happened when we got subpoenaed over our Tor exit node

8/3:  After 27 Years, Reporter Who Exposed ECHELON Finds Vindication in Snowden Archive

8/3:  GCHQ and Me: My Life Unmasking British Eavesdroppers

8/3:  Privacy Alert: Your Laptop Or Phone Battery Could Track You Online

8/3:  Global spy system ECHELON confirmed at last – by leaked Snowden files

7/31:  New attack on Tor can deanonymize hidden services with surprising accuracy

7/31:  Facebook’s use of facial-recognition tool draws privacy ire

7/31:  Patch Your OnStar iOS App to Avoid Getting Your Car Hacked

7/31:  Tor Project Pilots Exit Nodes In Libraries

7/31:  GasBuddy Has a New Privacy Policy (Spoiler: Not As Customer Friendly)

7/31:  More Campuses Are Scanning Students’ Eyeballs Instead Of IDs

7/30:  CISA: The Dirty Deal Between Google and the NSA That No One Is Talking About

7/30:  GAO To Congress: Revisit Privacy Concerns Over Facial Recognition Technology

7/30:  FBI accuses Bay Area animal activist of ‘domestic terrorism’

7/30:  Bloke cuffed for blowing low-flying camera drone to bits with shotgun

7/30:  How to update your Uconnect-equipped car and the keep hackers out

7/30:  Glare of Video Is Shifting Public’s View of Police

7/29:  Congress’ fix for high-profile hacks is yet another way to grab your private data

7/29:  MIT boffins identify Tor hidden services with 88 per cent accuracy

7/28:  Honeywell Home Controllers Open To Any Hacker Who Can Find Them Online

7/28:  Wyden Blasts Plan to Have Tech Companies Report “Terrorist Activity” — Whatever That Is

7/28:  Oh, Obama’s responded to the petition to pardon Snowden. What’ll it be?

7/27:  NSA Will Destroy Archived Metadata When Program Stops

7/27:  Most Android phones can be hacked with one text

7/24:  Boffins sting spooks with ‘HORNET’ onion router

7/12:  Here are EFF’s most influential cases from its first 25 years

7/7:  An Artful Reminder That Surveillance Is Becoming Second Nature

7/6:  Despite the Settlement Talks, Don’t Expect the NYPD to Stop Spying on Muslims

7/6:  This Free Font Automatically Redacts NSA Surveillance Trigger Words

7/5:  The Best Phones For The Privacy-Obsessed

6/17:  Say Hello to Cam and Aware, Nest’s New Home Surveillance System

 

Local:

8/6:  Washington justices: Attorney-client privacy not absolute

8/6:  ATF confirms surveillance cameras installed throughout Seattle

8/1:  Congress Should Look Beyond the Gas Tax

7/28:  Local Governments Increasingly Poking Through Your Garbage

7/27:  Digital surveillance firm has local police contacts, leaked emails reveal

7/16:  Black community leaders call for surveillance cameras

 

Govt:

8/7:  A year after Michael Brown, the body cam business is booming

8/7:  Apple, Google should give FBI every last drop of user information, says ex-HP CEO and wannabe US prez Carly Fiorina

8/7:  Rand Paul And Chris Christie Spar Over NSA Surveillance

8/5:  Justice Department Watchdog Fears Redaction Creep Will Obstruct Oversight

8/5:  Hey, FBI. Wanna track someone by cellphone? Get a proper warrant, says US appeals court

8/5:  Cybersecurity Bill Is Latest to Be Delayed in Senate

8/4:  New US cyber laws will hit privacy and security, says Homeland Security

8/4:  Wait, what? TrueCrypt ‘decrypted’ by FBI to nail doc-stealing sysadmin

8/4:  Homeland Security warns drones could be used as weapons

8/2:  New Telemetry Suggests Shot-Down Drone Was Higher Than Alleged

8/1:  White House will not force FBI to get a warrant for email data

7/31:  TSA’s Behavior Detection Program Has a Newsletter, and It’s Ridiculous

7/31:  NSA report shows China hacked 600+ US targets over 5 years

7/30:  New York Police Should Revise Body Camera Rules, Report Says

7/28:  NSA Doesn’t Want Court That Found Phone Dragnet Illegal to Actually Do Anything About It

7/28:  U.N. Gives U.S. Flunking Grades on Privacy and Surveillance Rights

7/28:  All New Jersey Troopers to Get Body Cameras Within a Year

7/14:  ACLU to appellate court: Please halt NSA’s resumed bulk data collection

7/13:  The Side of Drone Warfare No One Is Talking About

6/29:  This Guy’s Neighbor Will Pay For Shooting Down His Drone

 

Policy:

8/8:  Regulators Should Develop Rules to Protect Cars From Hackers

8/6:  Why privacy activists and economists should be on the same side

8/6:  Medical Privacy Under Threat in the Age of Big Data

8/4:  Backyard privacy deserves buffer from drones: Bloomberg View

8/4:  Memo to MPAA: Congress didn’t pass SOPA

8/3:  Police Body Cams Should Turn on Automatically, Says Richard Stallman

8/1:  Are your gadgets listening to your private conversations?

7/31:  Magid: Concerns raised about cybersecurity bill

7/31:  How Our Country and Its Language has Changed since 9/11- One Nation under Surveillance for Liberty and Justice for All?

7/31:  EXCLUSIVE: Edward Snowden Explains Why Apple Should Continue To Fight the Government on Encryption

7/29:  Can Your Reputation Withstand Increased Surveillance?

7/29:  Stop Hiding Police Misconduct in New York

7/28:  It’s Time To Modernize The HIPAA Privacy Rule

7/28:  The President Should Veto Cybersurveillance Legislation

7/27:  Practical Privacy Guidance: A Consumer Data Compact

7/25:  Increased use of police cameras raises new questions

 

Overseas:

8/8:  Safe as houses: CCTV for the masses

8/7:  Psychologist’s Work for GCHQ Deception Unit Inflames Debate Among Peers

8/5:  Why Won’t Julian Assange Condemn Ecuador’s Spying Software?

8/5:  Germany’s top prosecutor fired over Netzpolitik “treason” probe

7/31:  Germany Won’t Prosecute NSA, But Bloggers

7/31:  New WikiLeaks Cache Reveals a Decade of U.S. Spying on Japan

7/31:  Google Refuses French Order to Apply ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Globally

7/28:  Chat about Safe Harbour all you like, the NSA’s still the stumbling block

7/28:  German Regulator Orders Facebook to Allow Pseudonyms

7/27:  Peru Decrees Warrantless Geolocation Tracking of Cellphones

7/27:  New Google EU Policy Forces Publishers to Ask Permission Before Tracking Data

7/24:  France Clears Final Hurdle to Expand Spying Power

7/21:  As Nations Hack Each Other, Protecting Personal Information Must Become National Security Priority

7/2:  GCHQ did spy on Amnesty International, secret tribunal admits

6/23:  France’s Three Most Recent Presidents Got Wiretapped by the NSA

 

Tech:

8/6:  The sound of silence: new video tech looks beyond the internet of things

8/6:  IBM Adds Medical Images to Watson, Buying Merge Healthcare for $1 Billion

8/5:  Spyware Demo Shows How Spooks Hack Mobile Phones

8/4:  Xerox: How Privacy Engineering Is Changing Big Data

8/4:  Drone zooms through humpback whale breath

8/4:  Want Windows 10 to stop tracking you? Now there’s an app for that

8/3:  ForgeRock Ignites New ‘Kantara’ Standard For Digital Consent, Privacy And Identity

8/3:  The Internet of Things and the Future of Farming

8/3:  EFF Coalition Announces New ‘Do Not Track’ Standard For Web Browsing

8/3:  If you installed Windows 10 and like privacy, you checked the defaults, right? Oh dear

8/1:  Ask Slashdot: Can You Disable Windows 10’s Privacy-Invading Features?

8/1:  Drones Being Tested To Fight Against Farm Pests

7/31:  Smartphones could be car keys, if kinks get worked out

7/30:  How Fake Data Could Protect Real People’s Privacy

7/30:  Silent Circle’s Blackphone 2 to support Android for Work

7/30:  SPUD – The IETF’s anti-snooping protocol that will never be used

7/23:  Founder of GNU bestows blessing upon open hardware-focused crowdfunding site

 

Privacy News Update, 6-12

Featured:

6/6: Divining the capabilities of the FBI’s ubiquitous spy aircraft

6/6: Librarians As the First Line of Privacy Defense

6/6: How the country’s top privacy cop is trying to protect consumers in the digital age

6/6: The Online Privacy Lie Is Unraveling

6/5: What an NYPD Spy Copter Reveals About the FBI’s Spy Planes

6/4: After Partial NSA Reform, Expanded Internet Surveillance Of Americans Emerges

6/4: Hunting for Hackers, N.S.A. Secretly Expands Internet Spying at U.S. Border

6/4: New Snowden documents reveal secret memos expanding spying

6/4: Study shows consumers lament being monitored online for marketing

6/4: Leaked TISA Documents Reveal Privacy Threat

6/4: Edward Snowden: The World Says No to Surveillance

6/4: Report: NSA Sifts Americans’ International Internet Traffic to Hunt Hackers

6/3: USA Freedom Act: the good, the bad, and what’s next

6/3: Thank You, Edward Snowden: Without You, Congress Would Not Have Ended the NSA’s Bulk Phone Data Collection

6/3: WikiLeaks releases secret TISA docs: The more evil sibling of TTIP and TPP

6/3: Analysis: NSA bill barely touches the agency’s vast powers

6/1: Nosy Brit cops demand access to comms data EVERY TWO MINUTES

5/30: As Patriot Act Debated, Privacy Tools More Accessible

5/30: Unmasking hidden Tor service users is too easy, say infosec bods

5/29: Tech companies aren’t so transparent when it comes to politics

5/28: How metadata compromises you

5/27: The Key to Ending Mass Surveillance? Math.

5/26: Boffins silently track train commuters without tripping Android checks

5/25: Lessons from a Sydney cryptoparty

5/25: How one mayor struggles with balancing privacy and surveillance (Oakland, CA)

5/22: FBI admits it didn’t crack any major cases with Patriot Act powers

5/15: New Iris Recognition Tech Could Make It Easier To Catch Criminals — Or Find Protesters

 

Local:

6/2: Ron Wyden: USA Freedom Act passage is ‘biggest win for privacy rights in a decade’

 

Govt:

6/5: Why did Snowden swipe 900k+ US DoD files? (Or so Uncle Sam claims)

6/5: County sheriff warrantlessly used stingray 500+ times, claims to have no records (Sacramento)

6/5: Edward Snowden Celebrates NSA Reform as the “Power of an Informed Public”

6/4: House easily passes further anti-surveillance amendments

6/4: US Prosecutors Say Clearing Browser Data Can Be Obstruction of Justice

6/4: New Jersey seeks to make ‘upskirting’ a crime

6/4: Oklahoma governor signs police body camera footage measure

6/4: Body camera bill on its way to South Carolina governor

6/4: US lawmaker: Next, we stop the NSA from weakening encryption

6/3: Governor vetoes bills involving photo traffic enforcement (CO)

6/3: The NSA will stop collecting U.S. phone data. Now what?

6/3: California Senate OKs requiring warrants to search smartphones, tablets

6/3: US Senate passes USA Freedom Act – a long lip service to NSA reforms

6/3: Congressman Warns of Encrypted “Dark Spaces”; Another Says: “Ooooh It Sounds Really Scary”

6/3: State high court limits right to warrantless home searches (AZ)

6/3: Get Your NSA Reform Hot Takes Here

6/2: How Mitch McConnell Tried—and Failed—to Weaken NSA Reform

6/2: US Airport Screeners Missed 95% of Weapons, Explosives In Undercover Tests

6/1: Privacy Advocates Hope Sunset Of Section 215 Marks Dawn Of Surveillance Reform

5/31: Oakland council to vote on surveillance camera limits

5/28: Court weighs S.F. policy on who reviews police files

5/28: NSA chief: Encryption isn’t bad, it’s the future

5/28: Reality Checks in Debate Over Surveillance Laws

5/28: Inside NSA, Officials Privately Criticize “Collect It All” Surveillance

5/27: Obama Asks Congress To Renew ‘Patriot Act’ Snooping

5/27: On Patriot Act Renewal and USA Freedom Act: Glenn Greenwald Talks With ACLU’s Jameel Jaffer

5/26: Privacy and Security Innovation: The Cautionary Tale of Nomi Technologies And The FTC

 

Policy:

6/6: Why Is Apple’s Tim Cook Taking Shots At Google And Facebook?

6/5: Ed Snowden should be pardoned, thunders Amnesty Int’l

6/4: Snowden deserves credit for NSA reform — and to stand trial

6/4: Welcome to the Age of Digital Imperialism

6/4: Mad John McAfee: ‘Can you live in a society that is more paranoid than I’m supposed to be?’

6/3: Privacy Protection and Security: We Can Have Both

6/3: In Pushing for Revised Surveillance Program, Obama Strikes His Own Balance

6/3: Tim Cook just sent a powerful warning to the US government

6/3: Privacy In The Competency Marketplace: Who Owns Your Profile Metadata?

6/2: Fusion’s Alicia Menendez: Millennials Have A Complicated Relationship With Privacy

6/2: How Edward Snowden Sparked a Librarians’ Quarrel

6/2: Suspended Surveillance: Two Years of Heretical Thinking

6/1: Not a false choice between ideals and security

6/1: Debate on NSA surveillance looks phony on both sides

6/2015: The Tradeoff Fallacy: How Marketers are misrepesenting American Consumers and Opening them up to Exploitation

5/30: Not To Be A Buzzkill, But An Apple Car Will Kill Privacy

5/30: Security News This Week: If the Patriot Act Expires It Won’t Spell Doom

5/29: Choosing between Big Brother and the Bill of Rights

5/29: Five myths about body cameras

5/28: Mercury News editorial: Californians deserve digital data privacy protection

5/28: Let Patriot Act Provisions Expire

5/27: 5 Ways to Take Back Tech

5/26: Stop logging our phone calls

5/22: Rewrite body camera bill or put it aside (California)

5/19: In defense of ad-blockers, a vital tool for the privacy conscious

5/2015: Privacy Behaviors After Snowden

 

Overseas:

6/4: Passions run high in EU parliament debate over air passengers’ privacy

6/4: U.K. State Surveillance Powers Challenged Under Human Rights Law

6/4: 2 UK Lawmakers Challenge Government on Surveillance Powers

6/4: Less than a day left to kill Paraguay’s mass surveillance bill

6/4: There was a David Cameron who swallowed a fly..

6/3: Cop cams hit London: 20,000 police to wear video cameras

6/2: GCHQ gros fromage stays schtum on Snowden and snooping

5/30: When a government spies on its citizens: lessons from Chile

5/30: German Court Turns Down Drone Lawsuit but Leaves Door Open to Others

5/29: Germany licks lips, eyes new data gulp with revised retention law

5/28: UN says encryption “necessary for the exercise of the right to freedom”

5/27: UK surveillance commish asks CCTV operators to please be good

5/26: Skype hauled into court after refusing to hand call records to cops

5/22: Which Colombian ISPs keep your data private?

5/20: Gov’t to spy upon South Korean minors through smartphone apps

 

Tech:

6/5: Here’s new evidence that Google Glass is moving forward

6/5: Would You Be Willing to Pay for Facebook or Google in Exchange for Your Privacy?

6/5: Look, Ma, No Hands!

6/4: Turn It On: How to enable two-factor authentication for over 100 websites

6/4: Microsoft Gives Details About Its Controversial Disk Encryption

6/2: Did Little Caesars Just Start The Privacy War?

6/1: Facebook Now Supports PGP To Send You Encrypted Emails

5/29: Hola: A free VPN with a side of botnet

5/27: Make Adama proud: Connect your Things wisely, cadet

5/27: Need a simple, instant warrant canary? Now there’s an app for that

5/27: For iPhone, iPad privacy, here’s how to turn on encryption in just one minute

5/26: Bluetooth privacy is mostly ignored, so you’re beaming yourself to the world

5/26: In New York City, “freelance spies” are recording your conversations

5/25: Encryption for Everyone: The free service that will change how you think about security

Privacy News Update, 4-25-15

Featured:

4-3: In New Video, Congressman Explains Why His Fellow Lawmakers Couldn’t Be Trusted with NSA Oversight

4-3: The Unlikely Effort To Build a Clandestine Cell Phone Network

4-3: Is Big Brother Watching Our Campuses?

4-2: TrueCrypt’s Security Audit Is Finally Done, with (Mostly) Good Results

4-2: Trevor Paglen’s photos put government spying in spotlight

3-31: How to opt out of Verizon’s ‘supercookie’ tracking program

3-31: Tech companies are sending your secrets to crowdsourced armies of low-paid workers

3-27: Periscope’s Future of Citizen Journalism Tested on Its First Day

3-27: The Monsanto Privacy Model? Monsanto and Farmer Organizations May Be Forging New Path to Data Cooperation

3-26: Deployment of Controversial Urban Sensor System Aided by Aggressive Lobbying

3-25: As the Snowden leaks began, there was “fear and panic” in Congress

3-26: Passphrases That You Can Memorize — But That Even the NSA Can’t Guess

3-25: More Than 20 States Ask Court to Keep RadioShack From Selling Customers’ Personal Data

3-25: NSA Doesn’t Need to Spy on Your Calls to Learn Your Secrets

3-25: Yahoo rejected only 5 percent of government data requests in United States

3-24: State Laws Start Catching Up to Police Phone Spying

3-24: When your car spies on your mechanic

3-24: Public Records Request Returns 4.6M License Plate Scans From Oakland PD

3-23: Stingray snared him, now he helps write rules for surveillance device

3-19: Data and Goliath: Four Ways You Can Protect Yourself From Digital Surveillance

3-12: How Harper’s “anti-terror” bill ends privacy in Canada

 

Local:

4-2: Court: Investigation Of Public Employees Not Private

4-3: Banning speech close to home

3-23: WaLeg Day 71: Voting rights, marijuana, mental health, drones. . .

 

Govt:

4-3: NSA’s Former General Council Talks Privacy, Security, and Snowden’s ‘Betrayal’

4-3: DHS Wants Access To License-plate Tracking System, Again

4-2: Snowden, PRISM fallout will cost U.S. tech vendors $47 billion, less than expected

4-2: Lawmaker, ACLU push bill on police license plate readers

4-2: Texas bill would bar gun ownership status in medical record

4-2: The FBI Has Its Own Secret Brand of Malware

4-2: Legislature OKs voluntary REAL ID driver’s licenses

4-2: Snapchat got more than 400 legal requests for user data in 4 months

4-1: How Big Business Is Helping Expand NSA Surveillance, Snowden Be Damned

3-31: LAPD expects to start deploying body cameras this summer

3-31: Supreme Court Rules Government GPS Trackers Can Break Fourth Amendment

3-31: Pentagon Personnel Now Talking on ‘NSA-Proof’ Smartphones

3-30: Group blasts governor over proposed privacy amendments

3-30: Supreme Court questions involuntary human GPS monitoring

3-30: Feds Demand Reddit Identify Users of a Dark-Web Drug Forum

3-30: NSA Considered Ending Phone Spying Before the Edward Snowden Leaks

3-28: As Santa Clara County procures ‘stingray’ cell tracker, increased scrutiny surrounds potentially invasive device

3-27: Police body camera bill clears Connecticut committee

3-27: FAA, Anchorage police investigate drone complaints

3-27: This Is How TSA Decides if You Might Be Acting Like a Terrorist

3-26: As crypto wars begin, FBI silently removes sensible advice to encrypt your devices

3-26: Arizona House revives effort to meet REAL ID standards

3-26: Silicon Valley powers: Let mass spying die in May 2015 – it’s bad for privacy (and business) – Citizens’ personal information is all OURS, say tech giants

3-26: Privacy Critics Go 0-2 With Congress’ Cybersecurity Bills

3-26: Google joins Apple, others in calling for spying controls, as Patriot Act vote nears

3-26: Court Accepts DOJ’s ‘State Secrets’ Claim to Protect Shadowy Neocons: a New Low

3-26: FBI Denies Intentionally Deleting Encryption Tips from Its Website

3-25: Amazon’s drone approval obsolete
3-25: California bill requires warrant for stingray use

3-25: Latest Assault on Net Neutrality Launched at Telecom Industry-Funded Think Tank

3-25: PATRIOT Act axed, NSA spying halted … wake up, Neo, it’s just a dream in the US House of Reps

3-25: Wisconsin lawmakers discuss regulation of drones

3-24: Bill would impose privacy restrictions on Nevada drones

3-24: To explain stingrays, local cops cribbed letter pre-written by FBI

3-24: $1B TSA Behavioral Screening Program Slammed As “Junk Science”

3-24: House Panel Tries to Ease Privacy Fears With New Cybersecurity Legislation

3-23: In Congress, New Attention To Student-Privacy Fears

3-22: Key Democrat: Congress Won’t Tackle NSA Reform Before Cybersecurity

3-16: ICE Tells Reporter Its Secretive Drone Program Isn’t Newsworthy

 

Policy:

4-6: Is Privacy Obsolete?

4-3: When must search engines concede the “right to be forgotten”?

4-2: When Will the NSA Stop Spying on Innocent Americans?

4-2: Getting past the zero-sum game online

4-2: Using Patient Data to Democratize Medical Discovery

3-31: Why ‘The Nation’ Is Suing the Federal Government

3029: Acceptance of a semi-public digital life worries some privacy advocates

3-29: Acceptance of a semi-public digital life worries privacy advocates

3-29: Ignorance could be bliss for next generations of business

3-24: How smartphone users are making silly and unsafe choices

 

Overseas:

4-2: South Korea’s Invasion of Privacy

4-2: Britain Used Spy Team to Shape Latin American Public Opinion on Falklands

3-31: Encryption is the REAL threat – Head Europlod

3-31: Thanks for the data retention, tech sector

3-31: Facebook ‘tracks all visitors, breaching EU law’

3-30: Mexico’s Journalists Grab a Tech Shield as their Fight Against the Establishment Escalates

3-30: Encrypted communication ‘biggest problem’ in tackling terrorism, Europol warns

3-30: New Canadian Counterterrorism Law Threatens Environmental Groups

3-27: Telstra begins preparing for data-retention regime
3-27: Snowden meets Swedish lawmakers in Moscow

3-27: Google Loses Bid to Block U.K. Users’ Breach-of-Privacy Lawsuit

3-27: UN sets up privacy rapporteur role in wake of Snowden leaks

3-26: Inquiry Launched into New Zealand Mass Surveillance

3-26: Australia outlaws warrant canaries

3-26: New data world order: government can read every Australian like an open book

3-25: Connected cars perfect for harvesting personal data, report warns

3-25: Location-tracking resolution not in data-retention Bill scope: Brandis

3-25: Netanyahu’s Spying Denials Contradicted by Secret NSA Documents

3-24: Facebook data privacy case to be heard before European Union court

3-24: A Conversation About Bill C-51: How the Anti-Terrorism Bill Undermines Canadian Privacy

3-23: Documents Reveal Canada’s Secret Hacking Tactics

3-22: UK Government Admits Intelligence Services Allowed To Break Into Any System

3-19: Why the cookies law wasn’t fully baked – and how to avoid being tracked online

 

Tech:

4-4: How to stay safe online: CNET’s security checklist

4-3: Keep snapping selfies, says Snapchat: Cops NEVER ask us for ’em

4-3: Facebook suggests more privacy tips for keeping user accounts secure

4-3: Will Smart Clothing Amp Up Your Workout?

4-3: Microsoft Will Remove “Do Not Track” As The Default Setting In Its New Browsers

4-2: TrueCrypt audit shows no evidence of NSA backdoors

4-2: Invizbox (hands-on): Another flawed Tor “privacy” router debuts

4-1: Chevrolet’s 2016 Malibu is smarter, lighter, and keeps tabs on your kids

3-30: AT&T wants $139 a month, or your privacy, for superfast Internet

3-27: AT&T’s plan to watch your Web browsing—and what you can do about it

3-25: Uber To Turn Into a Big Data Company By Selling Location Data

3-23: Roar of Bombers Replaced by Drone Buzz in North Dakota

3-23: Gyroscope Wants To Help You Track Everything About Yourself And Share It With The World

3-23: Cisco SPA300/500 IP Phones Vulnerable To Remote Eavesdropping

3-19: Opera Buys SurfEasy To Add Secure VPN Services To Its Browser Software

 

Books:

3-31: Data and Goliath, book review: A handbook for the information age

3-30: Book Review: Future Crimes

3-24: ‘We The People Have A Lot Of Work To Do’ Says Schneier In A Must-Read Book On Security And Privacy