Articles tagged Privacy
Monday, 6th May 2013
Thursday, 2nd May 2013
Friday, 26th April 2013
CISPA, The Privacy-Threatening Cyberspying Bill, Is Dead In The Senate
CISPA, the controversial cybersecurity bill passed by the House last week, appears to be dead in the Senate. The measure would authorize private companies to share your email, texts and other personal information with federal agencies without a warrant or other privacy protections.
Wednesday, 24th April 2013
Tuesday, 23rd April 2013
Alleged Leader Of Hacker Group LulzSec Arrested In Australia
Investigators in Australia have arrested the self-proclaimed leader of LulzSec, the hacker group and Anonymous offshoot that previously claimed responsibility for a slew of major hacks in 2011 including attacks on Sony Pictures, the UK tabloid The Sun, and the CIA's public website. All "just for the Lulz" — laughs, that is — of it.
Monday, 22nd April 2013
Anonymous Calls For A CISPA Blackout To Protest The Bill's Privacy Threat... But Nobody Listens
Anonymous has called for an Internet blackout in an attempt to get the Web to protest CISPA, the much maligned cyber security bill which threatens our privacy more than it protects it. But, unlike last year's SOPA blackout, it seems no one is listening.
Tuesday, 16th April 2013
Friday, 12th April 2013
Wednesday, 10th April 2013