Articles Tagged 'Privacy'

Trump urges GOP to vote against bill reauthorizing surveillance powers

Trump urges GOP to vote against bill reauthorizing surveillance powers

Published on May 27, 2020
President Trump on Tuesday evening urged House Republicans to vote against a surveillance bill that will be brought to the floor this week after lawmakers… READ MORE

Internet privacy fight enters new phase

by HARPER NEIDIG | thehill
Published on April 13, 2017

The fight over internet privacy is entering a new stage. The Republican chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is moving to roll back his agency’s… READ MORE

White House admits staging fake vaccination operation to gather DNA from the public

by Mike Adams,
Published on May 30, 2014

The White House has officially admitted that fake vaccination programs have been used by the United States as a cover for covertly stealing DNA samples… READ MORE

NSA Releases Emails from Snowden, Claims He Never Contacted Them over Spying Concerns

by Tina Nguyen |
Published on May 29, 2014

The National Security Agency today released the first of what they claim are multiple emails proving that Edward Snowden, the former security contractor who revealed… READ MORE

Facebook is listening: New feature allows music and TV shows to be recognised – and added to your newsfeed

by MARK PRIGG, Daily Mail UK
Published on May 22, 2014

Facebook is adding to ability to automatically listen and recognise music and TV shows its users are listening to. Once a song or a show… READ MORE

NSA Searched Americans’ E-Mail, Phone Calls, Clapper Says

by Chris Strohm, Bloomberg
Published on April 2, 2014

U.S. intelligence agencies searched the content of e-mails and other electronic communications of Americans without warrants, the nation’s top intelligence official told members of Congress.… READ MORE

Gmail’s new tracker tells when, where users open email

by Cheryl K. Chumley-The Washington Times  |  published on February 13, 2014
Google’s found a new tracking tool, and it’s called the Streak plugin, an email watchdog that allows users to tell just when their sent messages were opened — and where the recipients were when they read them. The Daily Mail reported that the Streak, a San Francisco-based company, also touts its plugin as revealing who opened the emails, how many… READ MORE

Just When You Thought Google Glass Couldn’t Get Creepier: New App Allows Strangers to ID You Just by Looking at You

by John Boone,  |  published on February 7, 2014
Have you ever seen someone wearing Google Glass out at the bar? Like a real person at a real bar actually wearing Google Glass? If so, you know how absolutely ridiculous they look. Which may be the only factor we have that will stop this: A new app will allow total strangers to ID you and pull up all your… READ MORE

Blimplike surveillance craft set to deploy over Maryland heighten privacy concerns

by Craig Timberg, The Washington Post
Published on January 24, 2014

They will look like two giant white blimps floating high above I-95 in Maryland, perhaps en route to a football game somewhere along the bustling… READ MORE

Board declares NSA data sweep illegal, says program should be ended

Published on January 23, 2014
An independent board tasked with reviewing National Security Agency surveillance called Thursday for the government to end its mass data collection program and “purge” its… READ MORE

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