Archiv: privacy


16.12.2018 - 00:42 [ Electronic Frontier Foundation ]

The EFF Gift Guide: What’s Creeping Us Out

Finally, it’s always good to take a spin through a product’s privacy policy and attempt to understand what data it collects on you and how that information gets shared with others—that is, if a company has taken the advice of EFF and other privacy groups and bothered to write a policy that a normal person can understand. Mozilla, in a privacy-focused gift guide of its own, determined many tech products have policies that are at a college reading level or higher.

Socks and books aren’t looking so bad now, are they?

14.12.2018 - 13:03 [ Tor ]

New Release: Tor Browser 8.0.4

Tor Browser 8.0.4 is now available from the Tor Browser Project page and also from our distribution directory.

This release features important security updates to Firefox.

Tor Browser 8.0.4 contains updates to Tor (0.3.4.9), OpenSSL (1.0.2q) and other bundle components. Additionally, we backported a number of patches from our alpha series where they got some baking time. The most important ones are

04.10.2018 - 00:16 [ The Journal.ie ]

„Unjustified invasion of privacy“: New Zealand customs given power to demand access to your device

Under the Customs and Excise Act 2018 which comes into force this week visitors who come under suspicion by officers must hand over their New Zealand so that mobile phones and other electronic devices can be searched.

13.08.2018 - 06:21 [ CNN ]

Democrats want Facebook to tell them who has seen disinformation

The proposal from Raffi Krikorian, the Democratic National Committee’s chief technology officer and a former Uber executive, would allow Democrats and Republicans alike to combat misinformation by serving those people accurate information.