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Tuesday's congressional vote to repeal U.S. restrictions on broadband providers doesn't mean that online privacy is dead. Consumers will just have to pay for it.... [Read More]
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After East Iredell Middle School shared a Facebook post warning parents of the harmful "eraser challenge" that recently swept through the school, administrators have had... [Read More]
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A report issued this morning by the Pew Research Center and Elon University said that online interactions will continue to be shaped by trolling and... [Read More]
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Last week, Amazon successfully tested a drone delivery in the U.S. for the first time. But drones still won't be delivering stuff to your house... [Read More]
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After Facebook-owned Instagram and WhatsApp got a Snapchat-like "Stories" update, users on Tuesday got access to the new Facebook Camera feature that lets them add... [Read More]
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The boycott of video-hosting platform YouTube by advertisers could cost its parent company Google $750 million in revenue, a media report said.Over the past few... [Read More]
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Snapchat famously rejected a $3 billion acquisition offer from Facebook back in 2013, but that hasn't stopped Facebook from taking the features that make Snapchat... [Read More]
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Later today, the House of Representatives will vote on a measure to functionally kill internet privacy. If you don't want ... [Read More]
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The alleged recent mass deletion of tweets did not happen, at least according to the indispensable Internet Archive Wayback Machine. [Read More]
Facebook has launched a new tool 'Town Hall,' which helps people in the US to contact their elected representatives and follow them via the popular... [Read More]
After three years of discussing changes to copyright law, Congress's first bill is a strange one. House and Senate Judiciary Committee leaders have introduced a... [Read More]
Memo to California Assemblymember Ed Chau: you can't fight fake news with a bad law. On Tuesday, the California Assembly's Committee on Privacy and Consumer... [Read More]
Last week, a House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform found that privacy experts were right to be concerned: the FBI uses facial recognition without... [Read More]
Call your Representative now!The Internet is up in arms over Congress's plan to drastically reduce your privacy online, and that includes small Internet providers and... [Read More]
Visit Sen. Jeff Flake's official website, scroll to the bottom, click "Privacy Policy," and you'll find a page where the junior senator from Arizona makes... [Read More]
Urban homesteaders can speak freely about their global movement for sustainable living, after convincing the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to cancel bogus trademarks... [Read More]
Jared Kushner has had a twitter account for eight years but uses it nothing like his famous father-in-law, President Trump. [Read More]
UK home secretary Amber Rudd says WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption is "completely unacceptable" — but breaking encryption would be unhelpful and unworkable... [Read More]
Call your Congressmember now to save online privacy! Back in October of 2016, the Federal Communications Commission passed some pretty awesome rules that would bar... [Read More]
A senior U.K. official is asking that law enforcement should be given access to encrypted messages on WhatsApp and similar services, a demand that is... [Read More]
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