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Privacy (internet)

is privacy a right? what should be done to protect privacy in the future?

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Article recode.net

Here’s how Facebook allowed Cambridge Analytica to get data for 50 million users - Recode - Recode (2018)


Facebook says it isn’t at fault. “Facebook offers a number of technology tools for software developers, and one of the most popular is Facebook Login, which lets people simpl...

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Article theguardian.com

Big Brother isn't just watching: workplace surveillance can track your every move - the Guardian (2017)


The Guardian, 2017: "Employers are using a range of technologies to monitor their staff’s web-browsing patterns, keystrokes, social media posts and even private messaging apps....

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Article thewire.in

Right to Privacy a Fundamental Right, Says Supreme Court in Unanimous Verdict - The Wire (2017)


Indians enjoy a fundamental right to privacy, that it is intrinsic to life and liberty and thus comes under Article 21 of the Indian constitution

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Article techcrunch.com

Senators push to ditch Social Security numbers in light of Equifax hack - TechCrunch


TechCrunch, 2017: "Eyeing more secure alternatives to Social Security numbers, lawmakers in the U.S. are looking abroad. Today, the Senate Commerce Committee questioned former...

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Article bloomberg.com

Uber Paid Hackers to Delete Stolen Data on 57 Million People - Bloomberg.com


Hackers stole the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber Technologies Inc., a massive breach that the company concealed for more than a year. This week, the...

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Article hbr.org

What Would You Pay to Keep Your Digital Footprint 100% Private? - Harvard Business Review (2017)


And how much would you spend to keep it 100% secure? "Last year, the rather ironic rumor that Mark Zuckerberg covers his laptop camera and mic made the rounds. As Antonio Gar...

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Article medium.com

Here’s Why Public Wifi is a Public Health Hazard – Medium - Medium (2014)


Maybe Better If You Don’t Read This Story on Public WiFi We took a hacker to a café and, in 20 minutes, he knew where everyone else was born, what schools they attended, and ...

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Article theguardian.com

The punk rock internet – how DIY ​​rebels ​are working to ​replace the tech giants | The Guardian - the Guardian (2018)


Around the world, a handful of visionaries are plotting an alternative ​online ​future​.​ ​Is it really possible to remake the internet in a way that’s egalitarian, decentralise...

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Article theguardian.com

‘I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data war whistleblower - the Guardian (2018)


Christopher Wylie goes on the record to discuss his role in hijacking the profiles of millions of Facebook users in order to target the US electorate

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Podcast a16z.com

What to Know about GDPR – a16z Podcast: Andreessen Horowitz - Andreessen Horowitz (2018)


Given concern around data breaches, the EU Parliament finally passed GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) after four years of preparation and debate; it goes into enforceme...

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Video youtu.be

The Terrifying Cost of "Free” Websites - CollegeHumor


If you're not paying, you're not the customer--you're the product.

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Article cnet.com

How your privacy gets cooked by those restaurant waitlist apps - CNET - CNET (2018)


Patience is a virtue. It could also protect your data.

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Article fastcompany.com

How smart TVs are getting quite smart about you || Fast Company - Fast Company (2018)


Smarter sets could mean more niche programming and fewer annoying ads, says the TV industry. Privacy advocates worry consumers are being kept in the dark.

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