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  • Apps that Share User Data January 27, 2014, FoxNews.com "NSA spying through Angry Birds, Google Maps, leaked documents reportedly reveal"
  • British Spy on Facebook & YouTube January 27, 2014, NBCNews.com "Snowden docs reveal British spies snooped on YouTube and Facebook"
  • What's up with Google's 'Nest' Thermostat? January 25, 2014, NewScientist.com "Google's thermostat could spy on your home life"
  • Spying Via Google's Voice Recognition Software January 23, 2014, Daily Mail Reporter, Mail Online "Is your Chrome browser spying on YOU? Expert warns cyber criminals could use Google voice recognition software to listen in on conversations"
  • Malicious Tor Exit Relays January 22, 2014, Ms. Smith, Network World "Researchers discover Spoiled Onions: Evil Tor exit relays spying on Facebook users"
  • Ford boasts their spying January 10, 2014, Guiseppe Macri, The Daily Caller "Ford: ‘We have GPS in your car, so we know what you’re doing’"
  • Pocket Drones January 9, 2014, Guiseppe Macri, The Daily Caller "New camera-equipped Pocket Drones make spying easier than ever"
  • NSA Spying on Congress January 9, 2014, Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, Fox News "Spying on Congress -- NSA scandal gets even worse in 2014"
  • Potential Google partner drops them over spying fears January 9, 2014, Devidutta Tripathy & Sruthi Gottipati, Reuters "Election Commission drops plan to partner Google after spying fears"
  • Facebook sued for spying January 2, 2014, Karen Gullo, Bloomberg "Facebook Sued Over Alleged Scanning of Private Messages"
  • Spy Gear Catalog December 29, 2013, Jacob Appelbaum, Judith Horchert & Christian Stocker, Spiegel Online International "Shopping for Spy Gear: Catalog Advertises NSA Toolbox"
  • NSA Spies on Europe-Asia telecom December 29, 2013, AFP, Yahoo News "NSA 'spying on Europe-Asia undersea telecom cables'"
  • NSA Installing Maleware?December 29, 2013, T.C. Sottk, The Verge "NSA reportedly intercepting laptops purchased online to install spy malware"
  • Facebook sued for spying December 25, 2013, Doyle Murphy, New York Daily News "Edward Snowden says NSA spying worse than Orwell’s ‘1984’ in his 'Alternative Christmas Message'"
  • Technology & Holiday Shopping December 23, 2013, Alex Byers, Politico "Tech catches holiday shoppers in their tracks"
  • NSA Spying December 23, 2013, www.schneier.com/blog "NSA Spying: Whom Do You Believe?"
  • Google in the dock over internet privacy December 15, 2013, Rebecca Evans & Lizzie Edmonds, Mail Online "Google in the dock over internet privacy as it attempts to have spying case struck out because British courts have no jurisdiction over the lawsuit"
  • Google Cookies Help NSA December 11, 2013, Kim Zetter, Wired.com "Google Cookies Help NSA Identify Targets for Hacking and Spying"
  • NSA Transparency & Privacy November 13, 2013, David Kravets, Wired.com "NSA Transparency Hurts Americans’ Privacy, Feds Say With Straight Face"
  • Germans Want Own Internet November 12, 2013, The Week "Germans seek their own internet after NSA spying revelations"
  • Satellites Spy for Your Taxes November 9, 2013, Sam Dunn, DailyMail "Now the taxman is spying on your home using Google Earth: Satellite images give clues about wealth and lifestyle that may show you're not paying enough"
  • Spying & Internet Businesses November 8, 2013, Steve Johnson, phys.org "NSA spying could prove costly to Internet businesses, experts say"
  • Mass Spying in the Cloud November 7, 2013, Nerijus Adomaitis, Reuters "U.S. spying harms cloud computing, Internet freedom: Wikipedia founder"
  • Mass Spying Alarm November 6, 2013, Edward Moyer, cNet "Web inventor Berners-Lee sounds alarm on mass spying"
  • WaPo to Gov’t November 4, 2013, Joe Mulling, arstechnica "WaPo to gov’t: Our story on NSA Google spying was true, here’s proof. Newspaper published more NSA slides showing secret industry data formats"
  • Google’s Faux Outrage November 1, 2013, Scott Cleland, Heartland.org "Google’s Faux Outrage over NSA Spying – Part 17 Google Spying Series"
  • Brazil Going Local October 28, 2013, Esteban Israel and Anthony Boadle, Reuters "Brazil to insist on local Internet data storage after U.S. spying"
  • Journalists to Unite? October 22, 2013, Per Liljas, TIME World "Greenwald: Significant Revelations on NSA Spying to Come...Reporter behind Snowden leaks urges journalists to band together against 'sustained attack' on press freedom"
  • NSA Spies on French October 21, 2013, Lori Hinnant, Huffington Post "NSA France: U.S. Conducted Large-Scale Spying On French Citizens: Report"
  • NSA unmasks TOR users October 5, 2013, Josh Peterson, The Daily Caller "Report: NSA unmasking Tor users"
  • American Surveillance State October 2, 2013, John Conyers Jr., rollcall.com "Reining In the Unauthorized American Surveillance State | Commentary"
  • NSA Tracks Cell Phones October 2, 2013, Brendan Sasso, TheHill.com "NSA admits tracking locations of cellphones in the United States"
  • DoJ and NSA Surveillance September 20, 2013, Ed Morrissey, HotAir.com "DoJ ignored FISA court concerns over deceptive NSA description of surveillance"
  • NSA Follows Money September 15, 2013, Spiegel Online International "'Follow the Money': NSA Spies on International Payments "
  • Data Mining Consumer Credit September 13, 2013, Richard Pollack, Washington Examiner "CFPB's data-mining on consumer credit cards challenged in heated House hearing"
  • E-Z Passes as Tracking Device September 12, 2013, Kashmire Hill, Forbes "E-ZPasses Get Read All Over New York (Not Just At Toll Booths)"
  • Why America Is Saying 'No' September 7, 2013, AP, usatoday.comPeggy Noonan, googleusercontent.com "Noonan: Why America Is Saying 'No" Syria and Obama: Wrong time, wrong place, wrong plan, wrong man."
  • US & UK Spying September 6, 2013, Gleen Greenwals, the guardian.com "Revealed: how US and UK spy agencies defeat internet privacy and security"
  • Google REALLY wants to read your emails September 5, 2013, Fox News.com "Google fights for right to read your private emails"
  • NSA Spies on Brazil? September 2, 2013, AP, usatoday.com "U.S.-Brazil tensions rise after new NSA spy report"
  • Tools to Spy on Lovers September 1, 2013, Michael Kelley, San Francisco Chronicle.com "LOVINT: The Scariest Thing About NSA Analysts Spying On Their Lovers Is How They Were Caught"
  • IE 8 Leaks Private Data August 29, 2013, Brenno de Winter, itworld.com "Privacy feature in Internet Explorer 8 leaks private data"
  • Civil-Rights Era Victory "August 29, 2013, Danielle Allen, Washington Post.com "The NSA unravels a civil rights-era victory"
  • Britain's Secret Listening Post August 23, 2013, Daily Mail Reporter "Britain's secret listening post based in the Middle East is revealed in Snowden leaks"
  • Court Rebuked NSA August 21, 2013, Charlie Savage & Scott Shane, The New York Times "Secret Court Rebuked N.S.A. on Surveillance"
  • NSA Surveillance August 20, 2013, Siobhan Gorman and Jennifer Valentino-Devries, Wall Street Journal "Programs Cover 75% of Nation's Traffic, Can Snare Emails"
  • How Precious is Privacy?? August 16, 2013, Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal "What We Lose if We Give Up Privacy"
  • New Snowden Leak August 16, 2013, Marc Tracy, newrepublic.com "Edward Snowden Leaks Again--And It's a Bombshell"
  • NSA Broke Privacy Rules August 15, 2013, Barton Gellman, washingtonpost.com "NSA brpoke privacy rules thousands of times per year, audit finds"
  • Google: don't expect privacy when sending to Gmail August 15, 2013, Dominic Rushe, The Guardian.com "Critics call revelation 'a stunning admission' as Google makes claim in court filing in attempt to head off class action lawsuit"
  • Intelligence Committee Under Pressure August 14, 2013, Spencer Ackerman, The Guardian.com "Intelligence committee urged to explain if they withheld crucial NSA document"
  • NSA, DEA, IRS Lie August 14, 2013, Jennifer Granick & Christopher Jon Sprigman, Forbes.com "NSA, DEA, IRS Lie About Fact That Americans Are Routinely Spied On By Our Government: Time For A Special Prosecutor"
  • Entrepreneurs Turn Oligarchs August 12, 2013, Joel Kotkin, New Geography.com
  • DEA Coverup August 5, 2013, John Shiffman and Kristina Cooke, Reuters "Exclusive: U.S. directs agents to cover up program used to investigate Americans"
  • FBI Taps August 3, 2013, Jennifer Valentino-Devries and Danny Yadron, Wall Street Journal Online "FBI Taps Hacker Tactics to Spy on Suspects"
  • NSA & XKeyscore July 31, 2013, Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian "XKeyscore: NSA tool collects 'nearly everything a user does on the internet"
  • Tech Companies and Surveillance July 25, 2013, Michael Hirsh, nationaljournal.com "How America's Top Tech Companies Created the Surveillance State"
  • Cops Tracking Cars July 18, 2013, Cyrus Farivar, arstechnica.com "The cops are tracking my car—and yours My quest to access automatic license plate reader (LPR) records."
  • The Drones are Coming July 17, 2013, Adam Penenberg, pandodaialy.com "The drones are coming: The view from dystopia"
  • Google Glass in Ten Years Adam Penenberg, pandodaialy.com "Google Glass in 10 years: The view from dystopia"
  • NSA Code on Your Smartphone July 16, 2013, Tyler Durden, zerohedge.com "The NSA Has Inserted Its Code Into Android OS, Or Three Quarters Of All Smartphones"
  • Microsoft Gives Access to NSA July 11, 2013, Josh Peterson, The Daily Caller "Report: Microsoft gave NSA unencrypted access to Outlook.com, Skype, SkyDrive"
  • Surveillance July 11, 2013, Randy E. Barnett, Wall Street Journal.com "The NSA's Surveillance Is Unconstitutional"
  • NSA Agenda July 10, 2013, Craig Timberg, WashingtonPost.com "The NSA slide you haven’t seen"
  • American Views on Surveillance July 10, 2013, Matt Vasilogambros, National Journal "Americans Shift Their View Against U.S. Surveillance Programs"
  • NSA Surveillance FAQ July 5, 2013, Jonathan Stray, propublica.org "FAQ: What You Need to Know About the NSA’s Surveillance Programs"
  • How Cash Secretly Rules Surveillance Policy July 5, 2013, David Sirota, inthesetimes.com "Booz Allen et al donate campaign cash. Politicians praise surveillance. What does Occam’s Razor say?"
  • FBI Since 9/11 ACLU.com "The Ten Most Disturbing Things You Should Know About the FBI Since 9/11"
  • Attacks from America June 29, 2013, Laura Poitras, Marcel Rosenbach, Fidelius Schmid & Holger Stark, Spiegel.de "Attacks from America: NSA Spied on European Union Offices"
  • Collection of Citizen Data June 27, 2013, JudicialWatch.org "JW Obtains Records Detailing Obama Administration’s Warrantless Collection of Citizens’ Personal Financial Data"
  • Obamacare and Your Data June 25, 2013, Reason.com "Obamacare Will Collect and Share Americans' Data 'Without the Consent of the Individual'"
  • Is Your Phone Spying on You? June 25, 2013, zerohedge.com "Is the Government Spying On You Through Your Own COMPUTER’s Webcam Or Microphone?"
  • U.S. Surveillance June 23, 2013, Leonid Bershidsky "U.S. Surveillance Is Not Aimed at Terrorists"
  • Drones in US Skies? June 19, 2013, Phil Mattingly, Bloomberg "FBI Uses Drones in Domestic Surveillance, Mueller Says"
  • America's Surveillance Net June 19, 2013, Jonathan Schell, The Nation "America's Surveillance Net - There is a revolution afoot—one that is being carried out by the government against the fundamental law of the land."
  • The Lockbox Lie June 17, 2013, William Saletan, Slate.com "If our phone records are protected by a “lockbox,” why can the NSA search them without a warrant?"
  • NSA & YOUR Data June 17, 2013, Josh Peterson, The Daily Caller "NSA keeps your data for a long time, says Snowden"
  • Snowden Q&A June 27, 2013, Charlie Spiering, WashingtonExaminer "Edward Snowden: Google and Facebook 'misleading' their users"
  • Data Swap June 15, 2013, Michael Riley, Bloomberg "U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms"
  • NSA to Filter Emails? June 13, 2013, Alexis Kleinman, Huffington Post "Keith Alexander, NSA Director, Wants To Filter People's Emails And Tweets, According To Expert"
  • Homeland Insecurity June 12, 2013, Investors.com "Obama's Snooping Excludes Mosques, Missed Boston Bombers"
  • Big Brother June 10, 2013, The Wall Street Journal "Rand Paul: Big Brother Really Is Watching Us"
  • Google Glass June 10, 2013, Edward Wasserman, Huffington Post "Would Google's New Glasses Keep an Eye on Things?"
  • Prism Update June 8, 2013, Zack Whittaker, ZDNet "PRISM: Here's how the NSA wiretapped the Internet"
  • Obama & Google June 8, 2013, Thomas Claburn, Information Week "Obama Defends NSA Prism, Google Denies Back Door"
  • U.S. Collects Vast Data Trove June 7, 2013, Gorman, Perez & Hook, The Wall Street Journal "NSA Monitoring Includes Three Major Phone Companies, as Well as Online Activity"
  • NSA Dragnet June 7, 2013, Jonathan Feldman, Information Week "NSA Dragnet Debacle: What It Means To IT"
  • PRISM June 6, 2013, Barton Gellman & Laura Poitras, The Washington Post "U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program"
  • Snoopers' Charter April 13, 2013, thedailysheeple.com " “Snoopers’ Charter” could allow monitoring of emails, phone and internet use in by many entities in UK"
  • NSA Data Center April 12, 2013, Catherine Herridge, FoxNews.com - "NSA data center front and center in debate over liberty, security and privacy"
  • IRS Can Watch You Without Warrant? April 11, 2013, FoxNews.com - "IRS tells agents it can snoop on emails without warrant, internal documents show"
  • Biggest Privacy Threats of 2013 PC World.com - "The 5 biggest online privacy threats of 2013"
  • Smartphone Surveillance Tool April 9, 2013, Kim Zetter, Wired.com - "Secrets of FBI Smartphone Surveillance Tool Revealed in Court Fight"
  • Scariest Search Engine on Internet April 8, 2013, David Goldman, CNN Money - "Shodan: The scariest search engine on the Internet"
  • Fingerprint Scanners?? April 8, 2013, Chris Smith, TechRadar.com - "Apple job posting hints at fingerprint sensor tech for future iOS gadgets"
  • We embark on the Path of 'Big Data'... Mar 23, 2013, Steve Lohr, New York Times - "Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many"
  • Will They be Scanning Your Texts? Mar 22, 2013, The Daily Caller - "Experts to Congress: US law should require logs of billions of private text messages, emails"
  • Scanning into the Civilian Sector Mar 21, 2013, Joseph Menn & Deborah Charles, Reuters / NBC News - "US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email"
  • Mail privacy being breached? Mar 18, 2013, wnd.com - "Now Obama targets your FedEx, UPS packages"
  • Internet Surveillance Mar 16, 2013, Bruce Schneier, CNN.com - "The Internet is a surveillance state"
  • Schools to data-mine kids? Mar 15, 2013, wnd.com - "Time To Opt Out of Creepy Fed Ed Data-Mining Racket"
  • What's YOUR Price for Privacy? Mar 04, 2013, Matt Sledge, Huffington Post - "Alex Kozinski, Federal Judge, Would Pay A Maximum Of $2,400 A Year For Privacy"
  • Warantless Wiretapping Feb 26, 2013, Huffington Post - "Clapper v. Amnesty International, Warrantless Wiretapping Challenge, Struck Down By Supreme Court"
  • Google allied w/the left? Feb 12, 2013, RedState.com - "Google: The Democrats’ Private Intelligence Agency"
  • Microsoft's opinion of Google email Feb 07, 2013, The Times of India - "Microsoft: Google reads all your emails"
  • Google Compliance w/Govt Jan 23, 2013, Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard - "Google Complies With Government Requests for User Data 88% of the Time"
  • Spy Apps Jan 16, 2013, Alex Morrison, Huffington Post - "Spy Apps Encourage Invasion of Privacy"
  • FBI Wants Wiretap Backdoor Jan 14, 2013, Matt Blaze and Susan Landau, Wired.com - "The FBI Needs Hackers, Not Backdoors"
  • US surveillance act Jan 14, 2013, Press TV - "Report: US surveillance act ‘grave threat’ to EU sovereignty"
  • Snooping spike Jan 13, 2013, The Independent - "Editorial: An alarming spike in snooping"
  • Alternative Search Engines Jan 5, 2013, Victoria N. Alexander, DigitalJournal.com - "Is the gov't spying? Alternative search engines protect privacy"
  • Zuckerberg's Sister Felt her Privacy Invaded Dec 27, 2012, Chris in Paris, AmericaBlog.com - "Facebook founder’s anti-privacy sister changes tune after personal photo goes viral"
  • You're not anonymous Dec 11, 2012, Darren Nix, 42floors.com - "You’re not anonymous. I know your name, email, and company."
  • What your online browsing habits say about you Dec 7, 2012, Jennifer Valentino-Devries, Wall Street Journal online - "They Know What You're Shopping For"
  • Facebook Spying Dec 7, 2012, Brid-Aine Parnell, The Register - "'Facebook is completely undreamt of even by the worst spying nation'"
  • Spying like Syria Dec 5, 2012, Taylor Armerding, PC Advisor - "Syria not alone in spying on citizens"
  • Virtual Surveillance in US Dec 4, 2012, RT.com - " 'Everyone in US under virtual surveillance' - NSA whistleblower"
  • Email Spying Dec 1, 2012, Tom Burghardt, GlobalResearch.org - "Broad Email Spying in America"
  • Close to Totalitarian Rule? Nov 30, 2012, RT.com - "Assange to RT: Entire nations intercepted online, key turned to totalitarian rule"
  • Privacy Groups Urge Facebook Nov 26, 2012, Alexei Oreskovic, Reuters - "Privacy groups ask Facebook to withdraw proposed policy changes"
  • Facebook-Proposed Policy Changes Nov 26, 2012, Dara Kerr, CNET.com - "Privacy watchdogs aren't happy about Facebook's site changes"
  • The Gov't and Your Digital Life Nov 26, 2012, Rebecca Greenfield, The Atlantic Wire - "Yes, the Government Can Still Spy on Your Digital Life (for Now)"
  • Britons! Stop the Spying! Nov 25, 2012, Cory Doctorow, boingboing.net - "Britons! Stop the Snoopers' Charter, end the government's spying plan!"
  • Homeland Security & Social Media Nov 22, 2012, J.D. Heyes, Natural News.com - "Homeland Security plots ways to spy on Americans through social media surveillance "
  • Senate Expands Federal Searches Nov 20, 2012, Mary Chastain, Breitbart - "Senate Bill Expands Warrantless Federal Searches of Private Online Info"
  • Leahy Wants to Read Your Emails Nov 20, 2012, Chris in Paris, AmericaBlog.com - "Sen. Leahy wants to read your emails without a warrant"
  • Letting Feds Read Your Emails Nov 20, 2012, Declan McCullagh, CNET.com - "Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants"
  • Privacy & Patraeus Nov 18, 2012, Larry A Momo, Washington Times - "Privacy and General Petraeus: You can’t protect your privacy in the digital age"
  • Privacy Laws can't keep up Nov 17, 2012, Caleb Garling, San Franscisco Chronical/sfgate.com - "Privacy law can't keep up with digital age"
  • Big Brother is Watching Nov 15, 2012, Anthony West, sitetrail.com - "The U.S. Government Requested the Most User Data from Google in 2012"
  • Police Snooping Nov 14, 2012, Douglas Quan, Postmedia News - "Proposed bill allowing police phone and Internet snooping under fierce debate"
  • Think You Have Privacy? Nov 14, 2012, Peter S. Vogel, E-Commerce Times - "If You Believe Your Internet Content and Webmail are Private, Read This..."
  • UK Steps up Govt Surveillance Nov 13, 2012, algarvedailynews.com - "Rise in UK government surveillance of citizens’ internet use"
  • How Companies Datamine Nov 10, 2012, FlaglerLive.com - "How Companies Mine Your Facebook Profile, Tweets and Posts, and Sell Your Habits"
  • Big Data' or 'corporate spying'? Nov 6, 2012, Charlie Osborn, ZDNet - "When does Big Data turn from a way to make businesses better into spying on consumers?"
  • Judge orders FBI to Explain Nov 3, 2012, RT.com - "Judge orders the FBI to explain their Internet spy plans"
  • The Kremlin's new surveillance Nov 1, 2012, Andrei Soldatov, Privacy International.org - "The Kremlin’s new Internet surveillance plan goes live today"
  • Data Mining Facebook/Twitter Oct 31, 2012, Ryan Gallagher, The Guardian - "Internet snooping GCHQ to data mine Facebook and Twitter for intelligence"
  • How Companies Track your Politics Oct 22, 2012, Lois Beckett, ProPublica - "How Companies Track Your Politics And Assemble Profiles Through the Internet"
  • Hackers Leak FBI Info Sept 4, 2012, Seth Cline, USNews.com - "AntiSec Hackers Leak Info From FBI Laptop to Make Point About Government Spying"
  • BitTorrent Spies Sept 4, 2012, torrentfreak.com - "Anti-Piracy Blocklists Don't Keep BitTorrent Spies Out"
  • Pay for govt spying? Sept 4, 2012, Josh Taylor, Zdnet - "Australian customers could pay for govt spying"
  • Microsoft using your photos? Sept 3, 2012, Gavin Clarke, The Register - "Microsoft awards itself Google-esque power over Hotmail, SkyDrive etc"
  • ISP Spying on YOU? Sept 3, 2012, Lincoln Spector, PCWorld - "Is Your ISP Spying On You?"
  • American Spy System Aug 14, 2012, Sarah Hedgecock, The Daily Beast - "TrapWire: The Less-Than-Advertised System To Spy On Americans"
  • Government Spying Aug 09, 2012, Judge Andrew Napolitano, FoxNews.com - "Gazillions -- that's the number of times our government has spied on Americans since 9/11"
  • Microsoft teams up with NYPD August 8, 2012, Networkworld.com - "Microsoft & NYPD launch an all-seeing Big Brother crime & terrorism prevention system"
  • Online Privacy Intrusions July 30, 2012, Jared Newman, PCWorld.com - "5 Online Privacy Intrusions You Don't Know About, and Should"
  • Former NSA Official Speaks Out July 29, 2012, Wired.com - "Former NSA Official Disputes Claims by NSA Chief"
  • Are we vulnerable? July 29, 2012, CNN, Marc Goodman - "How technology makes us vulnerable"
  • Super Spies July 28, 2012, Green Left.org - "Spooks seek super spying powers"
  • Lawless Domestic Spying July 26, 2012, indybay.org, Stephen Lendman - "Lawless Domestic Spying"
  • Skype Wiretapping July 23, 2012, cnet News, Bridget Carey - "Questions rise over Skype wiretapping"
  • Does Face Recognition have YOU? July 18, 2012, Networkworld.com, Ms. Smith - "EFF: Americans may not realize it, but many are in a face recognition database now"
  • Post 9/11 America July 15, 2012, highbrowmagazine.com, Samantha Laura Kelley - "Surveillance, Domestic Spying and Invasion of Privacy in Post-Sept. 11 America"
  • Government Eyes July 12, 2012, The Sydney Morning Herald, Dylan Welch - "Every click you make, they'll be watching"
  • ISPs spying? July 6, 2012, CNN, Douglas Rushkoff - "Will your Internet provider be spying on you?"
  • Data Snatchers June 26, 2012, PC World - "Data Snatchers! The Booming Market for Your Online Identity"
  • Google's Spy Planes Jun 21, 2012, Chris Roberts, NBCSanDiego.com - "Google, Apple Use "Military-grade Spy Planes" for Map Apps"
  • Facebook & your privacy June, 2012 Issue, ConsumerReports.org - "Facebook & your privacy / Who sees the data you share on the biggest social network?"
  • Governmental Access to Data May 23, 2012, hldataprotection.com - "Hogan Lovells White Paper on Governmental Access to Data in the Cloud Debunks Faulty Assumption That US Access is Unique"
  • Cops Download Info from Smart Phones May, 2012, thenewspaper.com - "Michigan: Police Search Cell Phones During Traffic Stops ACLU seeks information on Michigan program that allows cops to download information from smart phones belonging to stopped motorists."
  • FBI Net-surveillance Unit May 22, 2012, CNet - "FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit"
  • New GPS Tracks Every Move May 22, 2012, PC World, Christina Des Marais - "This Smartphone Tracking Tech Will Give You the Creeps"
  • Google the new Flickr May 22, 2012, VB News, Heather Kelly - "Google+ wants to be your new Flickr"
  • FBI Snatches Server May 11, 2012, MSNBC's The Redtape Chronicles, Bob Sullivan - "The FBI took--and mysteriously returned--their server. Here's their story"
  • Google-NSA Spy Ties May 11, 2012, USA Today, Virginia Mayo, AP - "Court rules that Google-NSA Spy"
  • Drones Spy on You? May 8, 2012, Wired, Spencer Ackerman - "Oops! Air Force Drones Can Now (Accidentally) Spy on You"
  • High-Tech Gov't Spying May 5, 2012, Y!Tech, Tecca - Fox Van Allen - "4 high-tech ways the federal government is spying on private citizens"
  • Hidden Dangers of CISPA Apr 22, 2012, PC World, Dan Tynan, IT World - "Hidden Dangers of CISPA"
  • Homeland Security to Patrol Internet? Apr 5, 2012, RT, Richard A. Clarke - "Cyber Czar" wants Homeland Security to patrol America's Internet borders"
  • Privacy A Scarce Commodity Apr 1, 2012, Canada.com, Misty Harris, PostMedia News - Privacy a scarce Commodity in a digital world"
  • 'Big Brother' Apr 1, 2012, The Sun, UK - Far-reaching 'Big Brother' spy powers slammed"
  • Too Late for Online Privacy? Mar 29, 2012, DailyFinance, Travis Hoium - Want to Protect Your Online Privacy? Too Late"
  • Invading Your Privacy Mar 26, 2012, New York Times, Andrew Rosenthal
  • Privacy is a Sci-Fi Fantasy Mar 26, 2012, PC World, Paul Venezia, Infoworld - Privacy is a Sci-Fi Fantasy"
  • Gov't To Shut Down Overseas '.com's ? Mar 21, 2012, TechDirt, Mike Masnick - ICANN Confirms That It's Going To Make It Easier For Governments To Seize Domains Around The Globe"
  • Would You Give a Potential Employer Your Facebook Password?? Mar 20, 2012, Manuel Valdes & Shannon McFarland - Associated Press, - Employers asking job applicants for Facebook passwords"
  • iPad Privacy Concerns Mar 20, 2012, InvestorPlace.com, Adam Patterson - Tuesday Apple Rumors: New iPad Raises Privacy Concerns, A new voice-recognition feature appears especially troubling
  • NSA's Spy Center Mar 15, 2012, Wired, James Bamford - The NSA Is Building the Country's Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)
  • Your Online Privacy Mar 15, 2012, Techopedia, Seamus Bellamy - What You Should Know About Your Privacy Online
  • Data Tracking on the Web Mar 15, 2012, the Atlantic - It's Not All About You: What Privacy Advocates Don't Get About Data Tracking on the Web
  • Operation Global Blackout Mar 12, 2012, Computerworld UK, Taylor Amerding - Operation Global Blackout: Real danger or irrelevant?
  • Google Privacy Mar 11, 2012, eWeek, Jeffrey Burt - Google Search Remains Popular, but Users Worry About Privacy: PEW
  • Protect my Identity Mar 11, 2012, givebackmycredit.com, Denise Richardson - New Project: A Journey to Protect my Identity
  • Targeted Advertising Mar 9, 2012, Pew Research Publications - Most Search Engine Users Disapprove of Use of Personal Data for Targeted Advertising
  • Google Privacy Breach Mar 1, 2012, BBC - Google privacy changes 'in breach of EU law'
  • Spyware Feb 28, 2012, Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) - Spyware Becoming "Business-as-Usual" Tactic for Internet Giants, Threatening Secure Business Mobility
  • FBI Turns off GPS - Feb 25, 2012, Wall Street Journal - FBI Turns off Thousands of GPS Devices After Supreme Court Ruling
  • Google Privacy Risk - Feb 22, 2012, WebProNews, Shaylin Clark - Google Privacy Policy: State Attorneys General See Privacy Risk
  • Real Time Access to All Communications - Feb 20, 2012, Infowars.com - Government Resurrects Plan to Monitor All Phone Calls and Emails
  • Government Spy Programme - Feb 20, 2012, MailOnline, Pamela Owen - Government spy program will monitor every phone call, text and email...
  • Google's iPhone Tracking - Feb 17, 2012, Wall Street Journal - Web Giant, Others Bypassed Apple Browser Settings for Guarding Privacy
  • Cloud Privacy - Feb 13, 2012, CloudTweaks.com, by Sourya - Can the US Government Assuage Cloud Privacy Concerns
  • US Cybersecurity - Jan 27, 2012, The Washington Times, Lolita C. Balder-Associated Press - U.S. cybersecurity efforts trigger privacy concerns
  • Google Widens its Tracks - Jan 25, 2012, Wall Street Journal- Privacy Changes to Combine Data on Users, Making Anonymity Harder to Keep
  • Twitter Raises Concerns - Jan 11, 2012, Business Today / Money Today, Associated Press - Google search gets more personal, Twitter raises concerns
  • Facebook Socialbot Mining - Nov 7, 2011, CBCnews, Emily Chung - Facebook easily infiltrated, mined for personal info
  • Telco Privacy - Nov 4, 2011, Heartland Magazine / heartland.org, Phil Britt - Telco Data Retention Policies Spur Privacy Concerns
  • Facebook Stores Data - Sep 28, 2011, Geek.com, Matthew Humphries - Facebook stores up to 800 pages of personal data per user account
  • Facebook Rebuked - Sep 7, 2011, ZDNet, Zack Whittaker - Facebook rebuked by EU privacy platform; Patriot Act a 'distraction'?
  • New Android Trojan - Aug 2, 2011, Geek.com, Lee Matthews - New Android Trojan Records voice calls
  • ISP Data-Retention Bill - July 30, 2011, PCWorld, Christina DesMarais - ISP Data-Retention Bill Rankles Privacy Advocates
  • Quiet Death of the US Bill of Rights - June 20, 2011, California Progress Report, Zack Kaldveer - The Patriot Act and the Quiet Death of the US Bill of Rights
  • Privacy Concerns Ignored - June 2, 2011, Charity & Security Network - Privacy Concerns Ignored, Patriot Act Spying Powers Extended until 2015
  • Android Privacy Flaw - May 18, 2011, Fox News, Jeremy A. Kaplan - Privacy Flaw Exposes 99.7% of Anroid Phones to Snoop Attacks
  • Google Location Tracking - May 9, 2011, Huffington Post.com, Diane Bartz, Reuters - Google, Apple to Testify At Congressional Hearing Over Location Tracking And Privacy
  • Google Faces $50 Million Lawsuit - May 1, 2011, Wired, Chris Foresman, Ars Technica - Google Faces $50 Million Lawsuit Over Android Location Tracking
  • Facebook Leaks Info - May 11, 2011, Reuters, Symantec - Facebook may have leaked your personal information
  • France's Stunning Decree - Apr 8, 2011, blog.privacylawyer.ca - France passes stunning data retention decree for online services
  • Your Apps Are Watching You - Dec 17, 2010, Wall Street Journal, Scott Thurm & Yukari Iwatani Kane - A WSJ Investigation finds that iPhone and Android apps are breaching the privacy of smartphone users

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