Posts Tagged ‘phone’

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NEW BERNIE SANDERS APP DEMOCRATIZES ORGANIZING — AND PANICS PEOPLE UNFAMILIAR WITH ORGANIZING

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Documents Show Facebook Has Never Deserved Your Trust

Facebook Messenger’s sneaky logging of Android users’ phone call and text message histories. When a user discovered what Messenger was doing this past spring, it caused public outrage right on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica news. Facebook responded with a “fact check” press release insisting that Messenger had never collected such data without clear user permission.

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This sounds a bit too easy. Something tells me that NSA has ways around it (like TOR before), but it’s worth considering and monitoring for developments.

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DEALING WITH AN IMPATIENT PHONE SCAMMER

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ACLU wins in court, but the government will likely ignore it and appeal.

We filed this lawsuit days after Edward Snowden’s first revelations two years ago, challenging the constitutionality of the NSA’s mass collection of Americans’ phone records. This is the first appeals court ruling on the program.

The impact of this ruling will extend far beyond the mass phone records program and call into question the legality of many other government mass surveillance programs – and truly demonstrate the need for systemic reform.

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Google Maps Has Been Tracking Your Every Move, And There’s A Website To Prove It

If you entered your mobile phone number into Google, which demanded it like a crack whore demands crack, then the Big Brother company tracks your movements.

Hey, guess what? I never entered my phone number because IT’S NONE OF THEIR FUCKING BUSINESS.

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Operation AURORAGOLD: How the NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide

NSA has spied on hundreds of companies and organizations internationally, including in countries closely allied to the United States, in an effort to find security weaknesses in cellphone technology that it can exploit for surveillance.