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Stalking apps are “perfectly legal”, and banning them won’t be easy | Tags: #Privacy #Apps #Smartphone #Security

Stalking apps are “perfectly legal”, and banning them won’t be easy | Tags: #Privacy #Apps #Smartphone #Security

Independent commission to investigate future of internet after NSA revelations - 2 year inquiry by Swedish foreign minister, set up by Chatham House & CIGI thinktanks, is announced at Davos. | World news | theguardian.com

Independent commission to investigate future of internet after NSA revelations

Independent commission to investigate future of internet after NSA revelations - 2 year inquiry by Swedish foreign minister, set up by Chatham House & CIGI thinktanks, is announced at Davos. | World news | theguardian.com

We signed this letter because we want to know: is the NSA spying on us while we fight the TPP?

We signed this letter because we want to know: is the NSA spying on us while we fight the TPP?

U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program

U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program

, British intelligence mining data from nine U. Internet companies in broad secret program - The Washington Post

Protesters rally outside the U.S. Capitol against the NSA's recently detailed surveillance programs June 13, 2013 in Washington, DC. (AFP Photo / Getty Images / Win Mcnamee)

Protesters rally outside the U.S. Capitol against the NSA's recently detailed surveillance programs June 13, 2013 in Washington, DC. (AFP Photo / Getty Images / Win Mcnamee)

#WaveOfAction By a substantial and bipartisan margin, 293 to 121, representatives moved to ban the NSA from searching warrantlessly through its troves of ostensibly foreign communications content for Americans' data, the so-called "backdoor search" provision revealed in August by the Guardian thanks to leaks from Edward Snowden.

House of Representatives moves to ban NSA's 'backdoor search' provision

#WaveOfAction By a substantial and bipartisan margin, 293 to 121, representatives moved to ban the NSA from searching warrantlessly through its troves of ostensibly foreign communications content for Americans' data, the so-called "backdoor search" provision revealed in August by the Guardian thanks to leaks from Edward Snowden.

Congress just voted to allow internet providers to sell your browsing history and other personal data. Here's how to hide your internet activity.

Congress just voted to allow your internet provider to sell your online history and data — here's how to protect your privacy

Congress just voted to allow internet providers to sell your browsing history and other personal data. Here's how to hide your internet activity.

WATCH: NSA Spying Keeps Fear Fresh [Fiore Cartoon]

WATCH: NSA Spying Keeps Fear Fresh [Fiore Cartoon]

Know Your News! Understanding the Syrian Revolution in Under 4 Minutes

Know Your News! Understanding the Syrian Revolution in Under 4 Minutes

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