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News and Articles About Privacy concerns
Justice Department Is Using Planes to Gather Data Cell Phone Data on Americans
It is reportedly using using fake communications towers on airplanes to collect data from thousands of mobile devices.
U.S. FTC Asking Apple About Health Data Protection
The commission is seeking assurances from Apple that it will prevent people's private health data from being used without their consent.
The Road Warrior's Weapon of Choice: The Tablet Computer
The laptop's reign as the de facto mobile business tool is over. Transform your device into a lean, mean business machine.
When It Comes to Privacy, People Fear Facebook Most
The big social network also has the unfortunate distinction of being the company viewed as most likely to have a corporate scandal.
This Company Wants to End Web Anonymity
A customer identity management company wants to I.D. you, and has raised an additional $35 million to do it.
What Monsters Are Lurking in Your Team's Inboxes?
Companies need not search through scary amounts of emails and attachments to find a valuable client communication.
From Snapchat to Whisper: Blindly Trusting Companies With Your Privacy Is Stupid
If our privacy is so important to us, why aren't we more skeptical of the services we give our information to?
From a Legal Standpoint, Should You Go With Google Docs or Office Online?
Forget the features list and ease of use. There are some serious implications to consider with the companies privacy policies.
'The Snappening' Really Happened: 100,000 Snapchat Photos and Videos Leak Online
Because the 'The Fappening' wasn't horrifying enough, enter 'The Snappening,' reason number 1,729 not to snap selfies in the buff.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Facebook Reportedly Developing App for Anonymous Social Interaction
The move marks an about-face from the company's founding mission, which sought to establish a digital network of actual identities.
Local Businesses: Facebook Now Offers Stalkerish Ads That Target Nearby Customers
Oh, the places Facebook knows your customers go! And live.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Enforcing Your 'Right to Be Forgotten' May Get You Remembered
An article on Google's removals of links to Times articles puts privacy seekers back in the spotlight.
NYC Orders Ad Firm to Remove Tracking Beacons Installed in Public Phone Booths
The city initially gave the ad firm its approval to install tracking beacons in old-fashioned phone booths but reversed course when the public was made aware of the project.
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