Posts Tagged ‘personal’

Who’s the true enemy of internet freedom – China, Russia, or the US?

Note the crucial difference: Russia and China want to be able to access data generated by their citizens on their own soil, whereas the US wants to access data generated by anybody anywhere as long as American companies handle it.


Try and clean up your web presence… try…

Doxxing defense: Remove your personal info from data brokers

Binary Matrix Security


Wired fights back:

A 10-Point Plan to Keep the NSA Out of Our Data



Judges Poised to Hand U.S. Spies the Keys to the Internet


Privacy International’s 16-minute mini-documentary from DEFCON about privacy is a great, compact answer to the question, “Why does privacy matter?”