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Republican Lawmaker Introduces New Online Privacy Bill

Republican Lawmaker Introduces New Online Privacy Bill

The same lawmaker who spearheaded the effort to repeal the Federal Communications Commission's broadband privacy rules is now pushing a bill that could limit all online companies' ability to share data about users

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Linux and Other Open Source Technologies Protect Online Privacy

Linux and Other Open Source Technologies Protect Online Privacy

At the OpenStack Summit, the ex-NSA contractor talked about the downsides of proprietary software and their threat to people’s privacy

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Illinois Senate approves Right to Know online privacy bill

Illinois Senate approves Right to Know online privacy bill

With the federal governing rolling back internet privacy regulations, Illinois is moving forward with legislation to protect personal information collected online

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Why Congress was right to act on internet privacy

Why Congress was right to act on internet privacy

For a generation, the internet’s success has relied on the commonsense principle of making things easy for consumers

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NSA Halts Backdoor Surveillance Of Americans’s Email

NSA Halts Backdoor Surveillance Of Americans’s Email

The NSA has said that it is suspending collection of information under the controversial Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that gives the NSA the ability to read your email if your email mentions a target of a FISA investigation and goes to someone outside the United States.

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3 ways to protect your online privacy

3 ways to protect your online privacy

Ed Stroz knows online security. He's a former FBI agent who started the agency's computer crimes division

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