Data on nearly 8 million T-Mobile customers was stolen by a hacker, the company said late Tuesday.
The plan for a universal ID for every person on earth is for total and detailed tracking and monitoring. You cannot control what you cannot monitor. Conversely, you can control whatever you can monitor. Vaccine passport IDs will kickstart your ID ont
As the old saying goes: If you aren't doing anything illegal, then you have nothing to fear from surveillance.
Not every Phone threat is something you need to overfocus on. Unfortunately, the only real secure solution is to not have a phone. But we live in a world where different levels of intrusions exist. Some you cannot do anything about and most of those
Digital identification can invade our privacy and aggravate existing social inequities.
Reason has joined a new legal effort seeking to force the government to unseal warrants justifying the FBI's seizure of more than 600 safe deposit boxes.
Helm is the first personal server designed to keep your data safe and where it belongs, with you.
What the heck is a Kensington security slot, and why does your computer probably have one? And how well does it really work, anyway? I asked a guy who designed locks for it.
My last video was about not using an Antivirus. In this live stream we'll discuss the strategies for protecting yourself against malware in a more realistic way.
Arkansas, Montana and South Carolina are the latest states to advance bills or enact laws that ban requirements based on vaccine status.
Google is not the same company they used to be. The Luciferian Globalists have completely taken them over.
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I will always defend you Tim Pool when you need it or warrant it but this aint it my dude.
Ernest Hancock catches up with ' The Legend Lootz' (Pirate Chain) at Porcfest 2021 (Roger's Campground; Lancaster, NH) on Pirate Chain, ARRR Coin, Privacy, etc... - Ernest with Derrick Slopey, Jay Noone, Mike Swatek on IPFS
Draeth Kata returns to TSP for another discussion about advances with Pirate Chain and its incredible recent surge in price. Draeth is an engineer by day, who also is a captain of Pirate Chain and President of the BPSAA.
Americans in the state of Massachusetts with Android phones have accused Google of installing a COVID tracking app automatically without user consent.
In a disturbing experiment, an average guy with a computer spent an hour seeing what personal information he could dig up about a stranger in the car in front of him. How much information are YOU giving away?
I'm told I live in a cave because I can't handle technology. So I will answer the question: "Are All Social Media Apps Bad?" from a caveman's point of view.
"When you upload your DNA, you're potentially becoming a genetic informant on the rest of your family."-- Law professor Elizabeth Joh.
"Guilt by association" has taken on new connotations in the technological age.
After receiving more than 75,000 individual complaints that it's Alex-powered Echo devices were spying on them, Amazon has abandoned its policy that such complaints must be resolved outside the court system via secretive arbitration proceedings, and
Dear privacy-seekers, Today we talk about psychopaths.
Expanding on the last video on location tracking and how it has become extremely difficult to evade. Let's talk about options, risks, and other tech I didn't mention
The agency's Digital Forensics Unit wants to "tame the cybersecurity research into measured, repeatable, consistent digital forensics processes."
Encryption, using the beauty of mathematics, allows us to keep private information private. What we read, the questions we ask, our location, who we vote for, what we say to our lawyer, the medication we take, what we spend our wages on, what we eat
Jim Collinson, MaidSafe's UX designer, answers the question: When will the Safe Network be finished? It's one of the most burning questions that we all want to know the answer to, and it's timely too, as we have an exciting news:
Ernest Hancock inerviews guest David Irvine (MAIDSAFE) provides an update on MAIDSAFE and the decentralized internet. Also, see the MaidSAFE Network Forum: https://safenetforum.org/
Facebook users in Illinois stand to gain between $200 and $400 each after the tech giant was ordered to pay a $650 million settlement for illegally collecting biometric data for facial recognition.
NICS User Guide Shows the FBI is Sharing Information With INTERPOL.