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The Jeff Bezos privacy nightmare could happen to you — here’s how to prevent it

The Jeff Bezos privacy nightmare could happen to you — here’s how to prevent it

Amazon founder has accused the National Enquirer tabloid of extortion after it acquired compromising photos

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Why your online privacy matters, even if you have nothing to hide

Why your online privacy matters, even if you have nothing to hide

Privacy is one of the fundamental rights granted to individuals in a democratic society, so why is it that we continue to give ours away for free?

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Facebook restricts campaigners’ ability to check ads for political transparency

Facebook restricts campaigners’ ability to check ads for political transparency

Social media network says the change was part of crackdown on third party plug-ins

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As Technology Advances, What Will Happen With Online Privacy?

As Technology Advances, What Will Happen With Online Privacy?

As technology continues to advance, what will happen to online privacy? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world

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Apple is portraying itself as the defender of privacy in the tech world, but it’s one slip away from embarrassment

Apple is portraying itself as the defender of privacy in the tech world, but it’s one slip away from embarrassment

Analysis: Apple has continued to ratchet up its criticism of competitors in a bid to differentiate itself as the “most secure” tech company

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Facebook tracks Android users even if they don't have a Facebook account, study reveals

Facebook tracks Android users even if they don't have a Facebook account, study reveals

Facebook's data collecting practices have once again been called into question, after a new report revealed that it "routinely tracked" people who do not use the app

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