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Posted in Internet Privacy,Our Blog on May 21, 2014

Apple Should Do Right By Its Former Customers

For the past year, reports have persisted about text messages sent from iPhone users to Android users either being received late or not at allby the Android user. Annoyed users of both devices began posting about their issues online, and
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Posted in Internet Privacy,Our Blog on May 14, 2014

Review: PBS’s Frontline Presents ‘United States Of Secrets’

The history of the NSA’s spying on ordinary Americans is given detailed and weighty treatment in a two-part series, United States of Secrets, produced by PBS’s acclaimed documentary program Frontline. Part one-which aired this week (and is available for free
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Posted in Internet Privacy,Our Blog on January 17, 2014

President Obama Calls For Change In NSA’s Data Collection Program

President Obama called this morning for what he characterized as a significant overhaul of the NSA’s data mining program. The program was brought to public attention last year when former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked millions of classified documents to
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Posted in Internet Privacy,Our Blog on June 8, 2013

US Government Is Looking A Lot Like Cuba, USSR, And East Germany When It Comes To Privacy

If the government can take anyone’s DNA after they’re arrested-despite the presumption of innocence until guilt is proven-and collect unlimited data on every American citizen via our cell phones, e-mail messages, and online data storage, then perhaps next the government
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Posted in Internet Privacy,Our Blog on November 22, 2012

Keeping Yourself Safe On The Internet

Not a week goes by that we do not hear a story about a computer hacking, a stolen identity, or any number of other cybercrimes. Cybercrimes are a relatively new brand of crime, and they are scary because the criminals
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