Technocrats are addicted to data and currently there are almost no regulations preventing law enforcement from using police-state tools. Where is Congress in all this? Apparently, sound asleep. ? TN Editor
A lawyer for Facebook argued in court Wednesday that the social media site's users "have no expectation of privacy."
...And Doesn't Sell Your Data! On today's show we sat down with Colin Pape the CEO of Presearch and Sterlin Lujan formerly of Bitcoin.com
This new military study involving Facebook is very intrusive.
Sixteen states allow the FBI to use face-recognition technology to compare the faces of suspected criminals to their driver's license and ID photos, creating a virtual line-up of their state residents. In addition, state and local police department
Cryptography has changed the world over the past few decades. Without it there would be no Internet commerce, no VPNs, or Tor, or Bitcoin, or Wikileaks, or the Snowden revelations, or BitTorrent. But however impressive the results, it's the power o
How one mother's determination to gain access to her late husband's digital photos to show their daughter how much he loved her resulted in a tortuous three-year legal battle with the tech giant
Last week the New York Times published some of President Trump's 1980s and 1990s tax returns information. The information detailed President Trump's financial difficulties during that time. While you would not know it from reading some media repo
Guess who wrote the following text: When Alexa runs your home, Amazon tracks you in more ways than you might want
The great majority of citizens do not trust the Internet of Things for two big reasons: lack of security and data privacy. Technocrats won't correct this without legally mandated legislation. ? TN Editor
Pressure is growing for federal regulators to hold Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally accountable for his company's string of privacy scandals.
U.S. government searches of travelers' cellphones and laptops at airports and border crossings nearly quadrupled since 2015 and were being done for reasons beyond customs and immigration enforcement, according to papers filed Tuesday in a federal l
An Amazon.com Inc. team auditing Alexa users' commands has access to location data and can, in some cases, easily find a customer's home address, according to five employees familiar with the program.
(Bloomberg) -- Tens of millions of people use smart speakers and their voice software to play games, find music or trawl for trivia. Millions more are reluctant to invite the devices and their powerful microphones into their homes out of concern that
By CCN.com: Facebook's clumsy handling of its users' data has reached the WTF level. The latest reveal came from cybersecurity firm UpGuard. In a cleverly titled report called "Losing Face: Two More Cases of Third-Party Facebook App Data Exp
Almost one billion people's personal data has been breached online by a shadowy marketing company that has since disappeared without a trace.
The world has become totally digitized over the last couple of decades. Thanks to the Internet of Things [IoT], there are sensors everywhere. They're not just on every street and in every store. They're in your television, your car, your refriger
Facebook left hundreds of millions of user passwords readable by its employees for years, the company acknowledged Thursday after a security researcher exposed the lapse .
Now our web portal is introducing a feature called Local Bitcoin Cash, a service that facilitates the peer-to-peer trading of local currency for bitcoin cash (BCH).
If you don't feel like your privacy rights are already being violated enough, rest assured, things are going to get a lot worse in the near future.
The early Facebook advisor and outspoken critic believes that antitrust is the only way to curb the power of companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
Thirty years ago, the World Wide Web was born. But over the next 30 years, it needs to be "changed for the better," according to its inventor.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on Monday slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for internet users to strive to maintain "complete control" of their data.
You are normally obligated to show your driver's license upon request by police. However, if your license is digital on your smart phone, your entire phone may be searched without a warrant, breaching your 4th Amendment protections. ? TN Editor
Even if you think you have nothing to hide... you do have something to hide. You will not want to miss this interview that happened on location at Anarchapulco 2019
Coinbase executive accidentally leaked the fact that Coinbase data was sold by their third-party provider. Is this the real reason for Neutrino acquisition?! Toney Vays even came out and questioned whether the lives of Bitcoin early adopters might be
"We know where you are. We know where you've been. We can more or less know what you're thinking about… Your digital identity will live forever... because there's no delete button."--Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt
Who isn't tracking you these days? Technocrats thrive on data, without which their precious AI programs will sit there like inert rocks. National privacy legislation is desperately needed. ? TN Editor
If you live in Europe, the United States, or Canada then the biggest threat to your wealth is right in front of your nose.