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European court gives employees more online privacy at work

European court gives employees more online privacy at work

The European Court of Human Rights rules companies must now tell employees in advance their emails are being monitored

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Tracking terrorists online might invade your privacy

Tracking terrorists online might invade your privacy

Criminals brew their plans online and in texts. Authorities want to stop this – but how can governments keep the public safe and also respect its privacy?

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More political headbanging on encryption threatens privacy

More political headbanging on encryption threatens privacy

The UK’s Home Secretary has yet again cranked up the pressure on messaging giants over use of end-to-end encryption to secure communications sent via popular services like WhatsApp

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Can tech companies legally cancel service to hate groups?

Can tech companies legally cancel service to hate groups?

The past few days have seen many of the largest tech companies coming out against extremist groups such as the KKK, neo-Nazis, and other white supremacists

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How Snapchat's new Snap Map is stoking privacy and terrorism fears

How Snapchat's new Snap Map is stoking privacy and terrorism fears

Snapchat's Snap Map will share all sorts of information between users, including their friends, if they opt in

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Don’t bet on Internet privacy

Don’t bet on Internet privacy

A group of researchers from Germany recently demonstrated that it’s appallingly easy to ferret out all manner of information about our lives, ranging from the mundane to the embarrassing

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