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Facebook Is Being Accused of Publishing Child Pornography

Facebook Is Being Accused of Publishing Child Pornography

An act of public service or a case of old media defending its ancient privileges while it still can?

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The Path to Protecting Americans’ Online Privacy

The Path to Protecting Americans’ Online Privacy

If you look past the recent hysteria fomented by critics of Congress & the FCC, the way forward becomes clear

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The Conservative Case Against Trashing Online Privacy Rules

The Conservative Case Against Trashing Online Privacy Rules

PROTECTING INTERNET PRIVACY should be a bipartisan issue, right?

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After the London terror attack, a top U.K. official says Facebook needs to open up WhatsApp

After the London terror attack, a top U.K. official says Facebook needs to open up WhatsApp

The messaging service was reportedly used by the man who killed four people last week

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An under-appreciated threat to your privacy: Security software

An under-appreciated threat to your privacy: Security software

Also, yes, we can handle the CIA, says F-Secure lead researcher Jarno Niemelä

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What WikiLeaks’ CIA Hacking Dump Reveals About Your Privacy

What WikiLeaks’ CIA Hacking Dump Reveals About Your Privacy

WikiLeaks, the website that specializes in exposing secrets, released thousands of documents that described internal U.S. Central Intelligence Agency discussions on hacking techniques it used between 2013 and 2016 to circumvent security on electronic devices for spying

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