Credit score companies are some of the most privacy-invasive companies in the world. The amount of data they hold on people is shocking. And it’s about to get worse.
The EFF wants to know how the Justice Department think they would go about breaking into encryption.
Telegram servers have been under attack in the region.
La Liga were listening to users to try to find copyright abusers.
Like most problems related to governments, they never get fixed.
The database contains thousands of images of those crossing the border.
Some suggested that the NYT should disclose the conflict of interest.
It begs the question, “How can Microsoft expect users to get consent from all users of the photos in their cloud storage?”
The implications for the future are both intriguing and frightening.
Twitter is blocking links to one of the largest playgrounds that’s used by genuine developers.