/r/privacy
DateFlairLinkCommentsAuthorScore
2012 Jul 13 14 Incredibly Creepy Surveillance Technologies That Big Brother Will Be Using To Spy On You 0 Commentssalvia_d+5
2012 Feb 03 Forget personal privacy - UK to microchip prescription medicines with new smart pill0 Commentsjkc054+12
2012 Sep 18 Big Brother is in your car: If you're on the road, the government likely knows where. License plate readers (LPRs) are proliferating at a rapid clip, and they’re being used by law enforcement at virtually every level of government3 Commentsmaxwellhill+28
2012 Aug 03 Craigslist Survey Results: Users Want Privacy, Anonymity0 Commentsjetsetter+4
2012 Mar 28 Egypt: big brother watching/monitoring FACEBOOK. A picture from inside big brother's room.17 Commentsreaderseven+25
2012 Aug 19 Finally.....an alternative to Facebook and Google+ that respects your privacy. Sgrouples | Join the Online Privacy Revolution6 Commentslabatts_blue+6
2012 Jul 08 Glenn Greenwald: How America's Surveillance State Breeds Conformity and Fear 3 Commentssalvia_d+64
2012 Jul 27 Google admits it has not deleted all of the Street View data it secretly collected from internet users0 CommentsKevZero+12
2012 Sep 24 Government Spies Illegally Bugged Kim Dotcom, Prime Minister Admits 2 CommentsKAPT_Kipper+179
2013 Feb 07 Sony Rootkit Redux: Canadian Business Groups Lobby For Right To Install Spyware on Your Computer0 Commentswhitefangs+5
2012 Jun 06 Your iPhone calendar isn't private—at least if you use the LinkedIn app0 Commentsprogrammerswife+24
2012 Mar 28 Is your TV watching you? Samsung’s latest sets with built-in cameras spark concerns. 1 Commentsrcksfm+14
2012 Apr 28 'SNOPA' would ban employers, schools from demanding Facebook passwords1 Commentsttruth1+12
2013 Mar 12 CISPA refuses to die the quiet death it deserves 3 CommentsNadia_K+91
2011 Oct 05 California Protects E-Book Records0 Commentsslfisher+9
2012 Feb 22 ID theft on the rise again, card victims jump by 2 million annually0 Commentsttruth1+7
2012 Sep 07 Identity Profiling: Covert Biometrics1 Commentsmaxwellhill+5
2012 Jul 25 Malte Spitz: Your phone company is watching 0 Commentssalvia_d+1
2012 Mar 09 Probe links corporate spying to Chinese government0 Commentsttruth1+2
2011 Nov 17 Supreme Court to Hear GPS Privacy Case1 Commentsslfisher+13
2012 Mar 08 The 'lost' cell phone project, and the dark things it says about us2 Commentsttruth1+17
2012 Jul 23 YouTube Pushing Users Switch To Real Names 0 Commentssalvia_d+8
2013 Mar 09Activism " “I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that. "11 Commentsdevilwu+148
2015 Feb 23 "'NSA, GCHQ-ransacked' SIM maker Gemalto takes a $500m stock hit" Is there any legit way to get a non-Gemalto SIM card for my iPhone 6+? (X-Posted to r/Technology and r/Verizon)2 CommentsOutforbrunch+31
2015 Nov 30 ".. you grant Snapchat a worldwide, perpetual, royalty-free, sublicensable, and transferable license to host, store, use, display, reproduce, modify, adapt, edit, publish, create derivative works from...3 Commentsdrews0n+4
2015 Nov 02 "... Windows 10 is constantly tracking how it operates & how you are using it and sending that information back to Microsoft by default ... he also confirmed that, despite offering some options to turn elements of tracking off, *core data collection simply cannot be stopped*"237 CommentsDara17+645
2013 Jul 19 "...there was a case where it was suspected that the people who monitor security screens were taking unnecessary toilet breaks and gossiping when they should be watching us. So it was decided that the only sensible thing to do was to put a security camera in the monitor room."1 Commentsblankblank+10
2014 Nov 18 "1984" video game - u want?4 CommentsComradGoldstein+2
2013 Sep 09 "5 Techniques for Maintaining Web Confidentiality" via Scientific American0 Commentsorionshmorion+14
2015 Mar 23 "A Confederacy Of 'privacy' Dunces": What We Found Under The Hood Of An 'anonymous' Chat App Used By Millions0 Commentss7ephen+18
2016 Jul 08 "A DNA evidence bill that would let police in the field, not just technicians in an accredited lab, quickly test the genetic material of suspects has advanced to the House [United States House of Representatives] floor."0 Commentstrot-trot+6
2013 Jun 07 "A Massive Surveillance State": Glenn Greenwald Exposes Massive NSA Program Collecting Calls, Emails0 CommentsJawnSchirring+15
2016 Mar 27 "A battle over background checks for Uber drivers at the world's busiest airport comes as cities like Los Angeles and Austin, Texas, consider more thorough screenings to prevent criminals from getting behind the wheel."0 Commentstrot-trot+24
2016 Apr 09 "A bill has been introduced in New York [USA] which aims to increase distracted driver accountability. If passed it would let police use technology at the scene of a crash to determine if the collision was related to distracted driving."0 Commentstrot-trot+2
2016 Sep 30 "A bipartisan group of lawmakers is drafting legislation to block a new Obama administration rule that would allow the government to hack into the devices of any American on the permission of a single judge – without the need for any evidence of wrongdoing."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+22
2016 Jan 01 "A majority of Americans say they support warrantless government surveillance of the Internet communications of U.S. citizens, according to a new poll by The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research."13 Commentstrot-trot+49
2016 Jan 14 "A proposed bill in New York [New York, USA] seeks to require that all smartphones sold in the state can be decrypted or unlocked and proposes hefty fines for vendors failing to comply."42 Commentstrot-trot+211
2014 Jul 04 "A response by Redditor 161719 to the 7 June 2013 post by Redditor legalbeagle05 titled 'I believe the government should be allowed to view my e-mails, tap my phone calls, and view my web history for national security concerns. CMV'"8 Commentstrot-trot+45
2014 Sep 24 "A secret program to monitor students' online activities began quietly in Huntsville [Alabama, USA] schools, following a phone call from the NSA [National Security Agency], school officials say."7 Commentstrot-trot+39
2016 Feb 07 "Aegis" for Windows 7/8.x - Blocks all known Microsoft spying and Windows 10 upgrade elements21 Commentsknzo+44
2013 Mar 05 "After Aaron": Late Activist’s Campaign for Open Internet Continues at Freedom to Connect Conference0 Commentsspiral-of-silence+0
2017 Jan 17 "After Snowden showed everyone how much the US tracks people's browsing, there was a 20% decrease in visits to Wikipedia pages about topics relating to terrorism."138 Commentsmsew59+2773
2014 Sep 04 "After alleged iCloud breach, here's how to secure your personal cloud": advice for individuals emphasizes two-factor authentication, better passwords0 Commentsclaird+3
2013 Sep 22 "Alien-Level Tech" required to break new PIA VPN setup6 Commentsyayfall+9
2012 Jan 24 "Americans can be forced to decrypt their laptops for the police," judge ruled in Colorado, which is most likely to become a precedent-setting case. [x-post /r/Technology+netsec3 CommentsxSmurf+4
2014 Sep 12 "Americans should be more concerned about their privacy being invaded by the spread of drones, [United States Supreme Court] Justice Sonia Sotomayor told an Oklahoma City audience on Thursday [11 September 2014]."2 Commentstrot-trot+65
2015 Apr 20 "Angels", a recent drawing about surveillance. : Heavymind3 Commentseleitl+7
2016 Sep 20 "Anonymity on Twitter, FB etc is a misconception. Don't live in a fools paradise. If we want, we can track you down" - Bangalore City Police3 CommentslWeejoe+22
2015 Nov 10 "Applying the Free Software Criteria" by Richard Stallman0 CommentsmWo12+13
2013 Mar 25 "Are we witnessing the end of privacy?"0 CommentsThrowaways_Are_Fab+1
2011 Sep 16 "Around the country, in tall, windowless telecom company buildings known as switches, NSA technicians quietly began installing beam-splitters to redirect duplicate copies of all phone calls and email messages to secret rooms behind electronic cipher locks."5 Commentsbumperthumper+30
2016 Feb 10 "Art imitates life." - Edward Snowden tweets about new mass surveillance game2 CommentsChocoman1+70
2014 Oct 12 "Avoid Facebook and Google... get rid of Dropbox" Edward Snowden on privacy0 Commentsryno2019+70
2014 Jan 29 "Be nice and have some fun. Please don't jump on people for making a mistake or holding a different view. Reclaiming the privacy high ground requires changing minds and you can't do that if you scare people away."3 Commentsjibcage+24
2015 Sep 01 "Belgium on Monday [31 August 2015] unveiled plans for a controversial system to collect data on all airline passengers, as well as international train and ferry travellers, in the wake of a foiled attack on a train running between Belgium and Paris."1 Commentstrot-trot+9
2011 Dec 04 "Best practices" for password management are shifting with new technology and laws: "hotspots" IT needs to examine now0 Commentsclaird+8
2013 Jun 07 "Big Data Surveillance Is Real Purpose of Huge NSA Phone Record Sweep": technically-informed reporting0 Commentsclaird+25
2012 Jun 29 "Black Boxes" to monitor all internet and phone data...anyone care to tell me more about wtf this means?14 Commentseire1228+48
2013 Oct 17 "Black Market Reloaded: Silk Road’s biggest competitor shuts down after site code is compromised"--remarks on the Dark Web1 Commentsclaird+11
2016 Feb 27 "But they already know everything about me anyway, a little more makes no difference"8 Commentsjherazob+28
2012 Jan 07 "CV Dazzle: Open-Source Camouflage From Computer Vision" by Adam Harvey: high fashion and opposition to widespread adoption of machine facial recognition1 Commentsclaird+11
2016 Sep 16 "Cell Phones are intrinsically private" rules Arizona Judge0 Commentsgeekynerdynerd+23
2015 Dec 23 "China studied US legislation to draft its controversial counterterrorism law, it said Wednesday [23 December 2015], amid concerns in Washington that the bill's provisions may tighten media controls and threaten the intellectual property of foreign tech firms."0 Commentstrot-trot+17
2015 Dec 27 "China's parliament passed a controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday that requires technology firms to hand over sensitive information such as encryption keys to the government and allows the military to venture overseas on counter-terror operations."1 Commentstrot-trot+42
2015 Jan 15 "CitizenFour" nominated for Academy Award for Best Documentary4 Commentsmepper+53
2015 Feb 27 "Citizenfour" | Oscar-winner Laura Poitras Interview on Edward Snowden0 Commentswewewawa+8
2013 Feb 28 "Clapper is a constitutional travesty of the highest order, reflecting the erosion of privacy, judicial independence, and constitutional government all at once."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+39
2014 Jul 14 "Clinton Terrorism Legislation Threatens Constitutional Rights" by Center For National Security Studies (CNSS), published on 26 April 19951 Commentstrot-trot+20
2014 May 13 "Collect It All": Glenn Greenwald on NSA Bugging Tech Hardware, Economic Espionage & Spying on U.N.1 Commentssalvia_d+36
2014 Dec 12 "Comcast is committed to a free and open internet"0 CommentsLeoPanthera+4
2016 Jun 30 "Companies that perform surveillance [...] assert that we freely share our data in return for valuable services. But opting out of surveillance capitalism is like opting out of electricity, or cooked foods—you are free to do it in theory. In practice, it will upend your life."18 Commentsourari+306
2013 Feb 27 "Copyright Alert System" propaganda video gets so many downvotes on YouTube that they disabled the ratings13 Commentspdschatz+113
2014 Jan 09 "Courts have abdicated their role...Congress has been abysmally dysfunctional...California is taking matters into its own hands by cutting the NSA off from water, electricty, prosecutors, and universities."2 CommentsShahid-Buttar+29
2014 May 18 "Dairy Queen catches flack over data privacy fail, says let them eat cake": DQ marketing teams up to produce big mistake1 Commentsclaird+15
2013 Oct 30 "Dark Mail Alliance" of LavaBit & SilentCircle To Develop Encrypted Email Platform To Counter NSA Surveillance1 CommentsWillWorkForCrypto+11
2016 Dec 10 "De-Googling" Chromium browser, and protecting against tracking by Google, Facebook, etc. - How can I do this?11 Comments8Milesofshade+6
2013 Aug 15 "Death of the Super Hero" (why prism shocked us so deeply)0 Commentsteetante+8
2014 Jun 17 "Diane Roark served as a top staff member on the House Intelligence Committee from 1985 to 2002. She fought to end the NSA's post-9/11 warrantless wiretapping initiative, telling FRONTLINE she considered the program 'unethical, immoral, politically stupid, illegal and unconstitutional.'"2 Commentstrot-trot+62
2013 Oct 17 "Direct Marketing Association aims to shape privacy debate in Washington": hazards of mis-regulated BigData0 Commentsclaird+1
2015 May 14 "Do Not Track" episode 4: The spy in my pocket!3 Commentslapall+3
2015 Jul 27unverified "Do not use SureSpot. It has been backdoored/broken to facilitate monitoring."4 Commentsjohnmountain+46
2016 Mar 15 "Do you trust this application?"2 Commentsantdude+6
2012 Apr 27Do Some Evil "Don't be Evil" - An interesting conversation about the role of technology companies in supporting and suppressing human rights activists0 Commentsjosbos+3
2013 Feb 10 "Dorner has become the first human target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil. "2 Commentswhitefangs+25
2014 Mar 22 "Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance"0 CommentsTwylaSohen+6
2014 Feb 28 "Dropbox seems to be trying to head off privacy lawsuits as it prepares for an IPO"1 CommentsDom_T4+3
2013 Aug 28 "Email" Style, Human-Readable Bitcoin Addresses to bring Secure Communications to the Masses2 Commentsgamerandy+5
2015 Dec 16 "Encryption is a major problem." -Gov. John Kasich4 Commentsunnecessarily+14
2012 Feb 13 "Encryption is not the realm of the paranoid. Proxies are not the realm of the criminal. They are the realm of the free."0 Commentscake-please+48
2013 Mar 04 "Even if there is no credit, it is way more important that we do this because the world is better in the end"0 Commentsmomscooking+3
2013 Jul 18 "Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence." Thoughts?0 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+2
2013 Jan 21 "FBI could have just photocopied 50 or so pages of someone’s middle finger"8 Commentsin1984+73
2013 Aug 11 "FISC could dismantle a stubborn e-mail service provider, or Facebook, piece by piece. An angry FISA court could demand increasingly severe fines, identify more and more officers for jail time, and make it impossible for Facebook to operate within the US by issuing more (and more invasive) warrants"1 CommentsLibertatea+115
2012 Mar 28 "FTC Releases Updated 'Do Not Track' Report to Address Data Privacy"0 Commentsclaird+17
2016 Apr 07 "Facebook Inc. is working to combat a decline in people sharing original, personal content, the fuel that helps power the money machine at the heart of its social network, according to people familiar with the matter."19 Commentstrot-trot+50
2015 Jul 19 "Find my phone" for Android2 Commentsolemir+0
2015 May 17 "For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens: as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone," [David] Cameron will say [to a meeting of his National Security Council]. "This government will conclusively turn the page on this failed approach."24 Commentsthrowaway+145
2015 Oct 09 "Forensics and Bitcoin". Specially interesting sections is "De-anonymising Bitcoin users".0 CommentsmWo12+6
2015 Feb 10 "Former Canadian diplomat and scholar Peter Dale Scott outlines the hidden parts of the U.S. government that operate under what he calls the Deep State, which purportedly involves the CIA and Wall Street money to affect domestic and foreign policy."0 Commentstrot-trot+12
2013 Jun 12 "Former NSA Whistleblower Sheds Light on the Science of Surveillance [Q&A]" via Scientific American0 Commentsorionshmorion+25
2013 Dec 03 "Free" email providers and your privacy5 Commentsaccumailbox+1
2012 May 16 "Friday Facebook tweaked its privacy policy, allowing it to use that information to place ads aimed at its users anywhere on the Web." Am I the only one who missed this news last week? (Cross-posted from technology) 2 CommentscomtedeRochambeau+35
2014 Jan 14 "Friday's speech is going to be a piece of kabuki theater: The president is going to have to look like he's taking meaningful action to curb the NSA's reach when he really isn't. Obama is expected to tweak the bulk data program rather than overhaul it or junk it outright."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+12
2015 Apr 29 "From a dramatic overreach in commercial and personal privacy will potentially emerge the greatest weapon for oppression in the history of mankind"0 CommentsUrsium+11
2013 Nov 08 "Fuck you"--The most articulate expression of Google's disgust at the NSA so far9 Commentsmeyamashi+27
2013 Dec 18 "GCHQ ... de-encrypt a hidden drive"3 Commentsthrowaway37284+6
2014 Dec 09 "Gallup poll finds that Americans fear being hacked (having POS credit card info stolen by cybercrimincals) than any other crime" — Do you know of any similar surveys that examine other countries/regions?0 Commentspopularmekanics+3
2014 Mar 12 "Giving Hypocrisy a Bad Name": NSA-Backing Senate Intel Chair Blasts CIA for Spying on Torture Probe0 Commentssalvia_d+46
2015 Nov 21 "Goodbye privacy, hello 'Alexa': Amazon Echo, the home robot who hears it all"1 CommentsVostradamus+11
2013 Jan 08 "Google Glass will record its wearer’s conversations and surroundings and store those recordings in the cloud...and automatically take pictures every 10 seconds."34 Commentserror9900+57
2013 Mar 21 "Google Keep", Google's Note-taking app:Note based ads?1 Commentsumlal+0
2014 Feb 09 "Google Posts French Privacy Warning, Follows Very Specific Instructions" - WSJ5 Commentsjuxtachamp+15
2013 Apr 12 "Google Takes On FBI's Warrantless Info Requests": editorialist praises Google for standing up to US 'National Security Letters'0 Commentsclaird+1
2015 Nov 22 "Google can reset the passcodes when served with a search warrant and an order instructing them to assist law enforcement to extract data from the device. This process can be done by Google remotely and allows forensic examiners to view the contents of a device." MANHATTAN DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE14 Commentseleitl+42
2012 Jul 23 "Google fined $22.5m, customers still screwed" - This dude makes such an important point!0 CommentsTheUKLibertarian+0
2011 Oct 26 "Google said it received 29 percent more requests for user data from government sources in the U.S. during the first half of this year than during the previous six months, and 70 percent more requests to remove content in that period."0 CommentsShamwowzer222+25
2013 Aug 15 "Grass-roots outrage over domestic surveillance has reached Congress, which is considering a dozen legislative measures to curtail various NSA programs that spy on Americans. Most address pieces of the problem, but one would address the facets hidden even after the Snowden leaks."1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+43
2017 Jan 13 "Hardening" WhatsApp on iOS -TheGrugq4 CommentsDataPhreak+5
2016 May 24 "Hawaii could become the first state in the United States to enter gun owners into an FBI database that will automatically notify police if an island resident is arrested anywhere else in the country."1 Commentstrot-trot+31
2016 Aug 21 "How do I permanently erase hard disk?" (with Linux)2 Commentsantdude+4
2012 Nov 17Advice "How else can they catch terrorists?"3 Commentspirate_plant+3
2013 Jan 23 "How much time would it take to track you down?" (Britain) -- scary "webgame" from the new TV show Utopia7 Commentscryptolect+54
2013 Oct 08 "How the NSA might use Hotmail, Yahoo or other cookies to identify Tor users" via Ars Technica0 Commentsorionshmorion+4
2015 Nov 21 "How to baffle web trackers by obfuscating your movements online"1 CommentsVostradamus+23
2013 Jun 11 "I Am Worried, You Should Be Too" | We shouldn’t have to wait for an abuse of power to know that the NSA’s snooping has gone too far0 CommentsJawnSchirring+27
2013 Jul 03 "I Have Nothing to Hide" and Comments on Totalitarianism0 Commentsdubdank+2
2013 Jul 26 "I carved my private key onto my femur."0 Commentssuperjoe30+0
2016 Mar 02 "I have no idea": The FBI director going after Apple gets schooled on security by a congressman17 CommentsDataPhreak+62
2010 Jun 28 "I hope that [Facebook] realize[s] that the main reason for so much public outrage goes beyond privacy settings. The issue is fundamentally about trust and informed consent."0 CommentsAlanna+5
2013 Oct 27 "I shared my plans with no one, not my girlfriend, not my parents, not my closest friends. Nobody knew the route I was taking out of town, where I was going, or my new name. If I got caught, it would be by my own mistakes"2 CommentsAdelleChattre+26
2014 Feb 06 "I want them to be worried we’re watching ... to never know when we’re overhead." -- Dayton, Ohio Police Chief regarding city's new aerial surveillance program6 Commentstayjes16+17
2015 Nov 01 "I'm a CEO, and This Is What CISA Will Do to My Business"2 Commentsedsnowismyhero+21
2015 May 06 "I'm going to move on"--White House refuses to comment on Baltimore FBI surveillance flights1 Commentssamueledwardsknight+7
2015 Oct 13 "I'm not doing anything wrong so why should I care about privacy?"95 CommentsLexicarnus+63
2015 Apr 14 "IBM on Monday [13 April 2015] announced alliances with Apple and others to put artificial intelligence to work drawing potentially life-saving insights from the booming amount of health data generated on personal devices."0 Commentstrot-trot+1
2016 Aug 20 "If NSA knew several years ago that its hacking tools were stolen, not notifying Cisco and other vulnerable US firms would be outrageous."1 Commentsmajorchamp+46
2015 Jul 12 "If You've Got Nothing to Hide…"39 Commentsdavey_b+120
2013 Jun 17 "If you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to fear" - has always made my skin crawl. Here are some questions to self-administer to the proponents of this position.(possibly /r/Privacy/*oldnews*). Its not about hiding things - it is about the potential for discrimination on many scales.14 Commentsbuckle_felt+73
2012 Jul 22 "If you're concerned about it, maybe there's a reason we should be flying over you, right?" said Douglas McDonald, the company's director of special operations and president of a local chapter of the unmanned vehicle trade group.1 CommentsTurdFerguson+21
2014 Jul 11 "If you’re going to depurpose a laptop, or a hard drive, or a printer, that you really need to blow that sucker up, using at least two methods, to ensure that the data is really, truly, gone. Turns out the same is true of your smartphone."1 Commentswheeler1432+5
2015 Nov 06 "In an annex to a chapter on Technical Barriers to Trade, the trade deal specifies that no government may require any company to provide cryptographic keys to its products."2 CommentsThat_Lawyer_Guy+5
2015 Apr 09 "In the '20s and '30s it was the role of government. '50s and '60s it was civil rights. The next two decades are going to be privacy." - West Wing (1999)1 Commentsalsomahler+34
2014 Apr 19 "Insane" UK goverment plans to sell off taxpayers' financial data16 Commentsjabr0+173
2013 Aug 13 "Intelligence committee withheld key file before critical NSA vote, Amash claims"1 CommentsGaiusPublius+63
2016 Mar 27 "Investigators are broadening their DNA searches beyond government databases and demanding genetic information from companies that do ancestry research for their customers."10 Commentstrot-trot+237
2012 Feb 28 "Is Google Now (Officially) Evil?"0 Commentscameronj+0
2014 Aug 06 "Is Your Girlfriend Cheating? Here's one way to find out!" (And how does one detect such a device?)2 CommentsLIFELESS_ANIMATION+1
2012 Sep 20 "Is your credit card PIN number 1234? Sadly that unimaginative choice accounted for 11% of the 3.4 million four-digit passwords recently analyzed. Does your banking PIN, or mobile phone password, start with 19? If so, then a crook stands a decent chance at cracking your security code. "9 CommentsAnomaly100+41
2014 Jul 03 "It's also paramount that Google not tarnish its relationship with users, who trust the company to not only abide by the law but to also put privacy first."0 Commentskeraneuology+4
2015 Nov 24 "It's time to give up on the ideal of perfect privacy online"0 CommentsVostradamus+3
2013 Jan 25Software "Jitsi" is an open-source Skype alternative that encrypts your calls34 Commentsishantbeashamed+153
2013 Apr 30 "Julian Assange’s latest wake-up call": long, careful review of *Cypherpunks*1 Commentsclaird+5
2015 Jan 19 "Just as doctors can’t solve healthcare, hackers can’t solve surveillance": Great piece from Dmytri Kleiner0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2012 Oct 01 "Knowledge is power" Propaganda picture for cryptology inspired by soviet propaganda design2 CommentsArmnius+44
2011 Mar 29 "Last Night Never Happened" is Less Than Meets The Eye0 Commentsjeffyablon+2
2016 Mar 14 "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" (HBO): Encryption (18m01s)21 Commentslurking_quietly+126
2014 Nov 09 "Law enforcement officials nationwide now have the ability to search multiple sensitive databases, including spy agency intranets and homeland security suspicious activity reporting -- with a single login."1 Commentstrot-trot+5
2014 Jun 23 "Lawyers have been given the green light to scan the social media sites of jurors. The American Bar Association [ABA] says it's ethical for lawyers to scour online for publicly available musings of citizens called for jury service -- and even jurors in deliberations."2 Commentstrot-trot+22
2012 Nov 01 "Life in full view": a piece about how the social internet is changing our conception of public and private spaces.0 CommentsSiksay+4
2014 Jul 12 "Live Mike Interviews William Binney on Philosophy Think Tank Radio / PSN Radio - June 14, 2014"1 Commentstrot-trot+2
2015 Aug 24 "Load Core JS Libraries From Reddit Servers" option gone?0 Commentsmadmax12013+6
2013 Dec 26 "Lost in the debate about NSA spying, however — and even most public resistance to it — have been the various other agencies also complicit in Fourth Amendment abuses."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+39
2014 Aug 29 "Lots of people want to own your identity," said this VMWorld speaker. "[But]... if you post your mother's maiden name on Facebook, and maybe the name of your first dog, people already have your password anyway."0 Commentsyourbasicgeek+6
2010 Apr 05 "Love those gigantic tits" remark lands airport scanner operator in hot water0 Commentssilpol+1
2015 Nov 18 "Mass surveillance isn't the answer to fighting terrorism"29 CommentsVostradamus+501
2013 Feb 05 "Meet the groundbreaking new encryption app set to revolutionize privacy and freak out the feds"24 Commentsgaryrbtsn+43
2014 Sep 10 "Metadata" to "Hallelujah" - NSA surveillance anthem (parody)0 Commentsunflapped+5
2013 Dec 05 "Microsoft likens NSA snooping to hacking by the Chinese government": what is Microsoft *truly* telling us with this?6 Commentsclaird+87
2014 May 24 "Microsoft to the FBI: Drop dead"--important news about, among other things, Microsoft Corporation's successful challenge of a National Security Letter21 Commentsclaird+116
2014 Mar 04 "Mobile IT Roach Motel: Data checks in, but it won't check out"--once a company has a datum on you, it's infeasible to delete it, whether it wants to or not0 Commentsclaird+2
2014 Nov 22 "Most exciting innovations are SSDs. Upcoming technology will allow us to recover SSDs that have been completely overwritten with zeros, or wiped." -- From the IamA Data Recovery Engineer AMA17 Commentswhiteandchristian+40
2013 Apr 01 "My divorce from Google - One year later": practical, detailed retrospective34 Commentsclaird+86
2017 Jan 03 "My friend" has a bunch of unencrypted .txt files in his SpiderOak account. Relatively secure?4 Commentssweetholymosiah+2
2014 Apr 14 "NLCrypt is an attempt to create a cryptography system that doesn't look like a cryptography. It disguises a secret message as a grammatical (but nonsensical) text by changing its meanings."2 Commentsnaranhah+11
2014 Feb 15 "NSA Surveillance and What to Do About It" - Bruce Schneier's talk at MIT1 Commentspenguinland+160
2015 Mar 15 "NSA targets users of Backtrack Linux and Tails." Do headlines which sound like this make you hesitant to download a copy?115 CommentsSwipeYoEBT+154
2013 Jul 15 "NSA-proof" your e-mail in 2 hours (x-post from /r/programming)10 Commentseyereddit+46
2016 Jan 14 "NY1 is suing the NYPD over access to 190 hours of footage from the body-camera pilot program -- because the department wants the news channel to pay $36,000 for just a sampling of what the cameras have recorded. "2 Commentstrot-trot+34
2013 May 23 "Naked Citizens" a 2013 documentary about the worldwide security theater6 CommentsEvenfa11+32
2013 Jun 04 "Neutralizing" my online profile6 Commentslangbobb+21
2016 Jan 26 "No Cost" License Plate Readers Are Turning Texas Police into Mobile Debt Collectors and Data Miners (x-post)2 Commentsgc1+56
2016 Jul 29 "No Such App" message showing up on Android firefox when I'm browsing a website1 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2015 Aug 09 "Not giving out your login credentials" -- I saw RayP's interesting thread in alt.os.linux newsgroup to share and discuss in here...3 Commentsantdude+2
2014 Aug 05 "Nothing to Hide" - Simple rebuttals to an annoying, but common argument8 Commentssuddenly_ponies+62
2013 Jul 05 "Now you know why we wear a mask"1 Commentssalvia_d+12
2013 Sep 03 "Nowhere to Hide, Nothing to Lose: Understanding the NSA Leaks" a series of presentations on the history of the NSA, what led up to our current surveillance state, and whistleblowing.1 Commentsshadowyfigure02+13
2009 Feb 04 "Off switch" could curb privacy concerns for new Ontario driver's licence0 Commentspumpupthevolume+1
2016 Jul 07 "Oh By" URL Shortener has no ads, tracking or third party analytics ... it respects privacy.5 CommentsOhByInc+3
2015 Nov 20 "OnHub" router from Google... would love to know of any site that plans on evaluating this device. Anyone heard anything on this yet?7 Commentserktheerk+9
2014 Oct 23 "Online security promises are hokum. This is admitted on sec discussion fora. Pushers of HTTPS, Tor, crypto, secure drops are David Blaines." -John Young (CRYPTOME)0 Commentscollectivecognition+0
2016 Aug 05 "Online tracking: A 1-million-site measurement and analysis" by Steven Englehardt and Arvind Narayanan0 Commentstrot-trot+1
2016 Nov 02 "Our brains often forget where we saw something among the countless tabs and documents on our computers each day. To make it easier to find things, Seattle-based Atlas Informatics launched Atlas Recall, which lets you search for anything you've ever looked at on your computer."6 Commentstrot-trot+7
2014 Oct 13 "Over the telephone, in jail and online, a new digital bounty is being harvested: the human voice. Businesses and governments around the world increasingly are turning to voice biometrics, or voiceprints, to pay pensions, collect taxes, track criminals and replace passwords."1 Commentstrot-trot+11
2016 Jan 17 "PC" no longer stands for Personal Computer, it now means.....2 Commentspantsoff+0
2012 Nov 16 "Paula Broadwell’s big mistake": comments on how low-friction digitization changes all sorts of privacy considerations0 Commentsclaird+9
2015 Sep 30 "Peeple": the first social media network where your profile is written by other people12 CommentsAlmafeta+24
2014 Dec 18 "People have begun to accept the concept that they can exchange personal information for services. In the last six or seven years, we've begun to accept that giving up your personal information is a form of currency."4 CommentsMattRyd7+29
2013 Mar 12 "Personal data usage: what your car really says about you"--this is a big, big issue, and it's only starting0 Commentsclaird+13
2012 Oct 12 "Phil Zimmermann's Silent Circle Builds A Secure, Seductive Fortress Around Your Smartphone"1 Commentsclaird+21
2014 Jan 29 "Please log in to Facebook to post a comment"14 CommentsSumthinsPhishy+23
2014 Feb 16 "Poland's Surveillance Programs Could Be Worse than the NSA" (Unlikely, but a concern nonetheless)1 Commentsquantumcipher+31
2012 Jun 27software "PrivaZer, Deep System Cleaner that removes traces" - Anyone use this?0 Commentsslanket+1
2016 Dec 09 "Privacy Patriots" podcast on social media surveillance1 Commentsrebelcinder+1
2015 Jul 29 "Privacy Please!" - Series of short animations which focus on the encryption/decryption tool GPG (by TacticalTech)1 Commentsmiralow+5
2015 Nov 24 "Privacy Policies" should work like Android app permissions.2 CommentsAgletsHowDoTheyWork+4
2013 Sep 29 "Privacy is dead. Long live Trust!" ­– Controversial but interesting opinion0 CommentsMeta-tron+5
2015 Mar 24 "Privacy is necessary for commerce." At large scale, bitcoin, with its transparency, won't be fungible across borders -- Zooko from Zerocash0 Commentsjohnmountain+6
2013 Jul 10 "Problem Is They've Done This Really Crude Way Of Sweeping Everything Up & It Doesn't Deliver Sec0 CommentsGold_Finger_+9
2015 Nov 02 "RATS, the Radio Transceiver System, an open source communication tool for the security-obsessed and/or the internet-bereft...it's a small antenna that connects to computers by USB and lets them send encrypted messages and file transfers directly, via radio transmission."4 CommentsSybles+18
2013 Apr 12 "Reasonable expectation of privacy" vs. femto(sp.) cells (C-SPAN Video Library, 2 min clip)0 Commentskabuki7+4
2015 Jan 25 "Rent servers in Germany, Denmark and Malaysia and take advantage of distributed OpenDNS system."0 Commentsbadbiosvictim2+1
2013 Jul 06 "Required" viewing for the privacy conscious1 Commentsbiffbagwell+5
2015 Nov 17 "Restricting encryption would not have prevented the Paris attacks: Despite what intelligence officials say, limiting information security would do little to thwart terrorism."0 CommentsVostradamus+47
2016 Aug 30 "Riseup", - Sets off all sorts of alarm-bells for me. Patronizing "fellow revolutionary kids" graphics, ridiculous birds identity theme, 'about us' section that opens with slimy sales fear-mongering instead of information. Is this a honey-pot?23 Commentsxilanthro+14
2016 Apr 23 "Schools in Florida [USA] are renewing a program that monitors their students' social media activity for criminal or threatening behavior, although it has caused some controversy since its adoption last year [2015]."12 Commentstrot-trot+63
2012 Apr 17 "Screens emit radiation which can be picked up at a distance of up to 30 metres, revealing the information on the screen."23 Commentsspr34dluv+17
2015 Sep 03 "Security is a mechanism, and its end, Privacy is an end-state" - Bruce Schneier, on the relationship between privacy and security0 Commentsdoctorcroc+11
2015 Dec 03 "Since when was your privacy a commodity?"0 CommentsVostradamus+1
2017 Jan 19 "Smart Bed" Spies on Children, Alerts Parents When Kids Wake Up or Get Out of Bed7 CommentsWTCMolybdenum4753+16
2016 Apr 14 "Smart" TVs2 CommentsFourFingeredMartian+1
2014 Jul 26 "Spying and data wars: one day, we might feel as safe as North Koreans"0 CommentsLibertatea+6
2015 Apr 21 "Stop Cyber Spying" Campaign Tells Obama and Congress to Drop Failed Cybersecurity Bills0 CommentsKerberos53+16
2015 Apr 22 "Stop Cyber Spying" Campaign Tells Obama and Congress to Drop Failed Cybersecurity Bills0 CommentsKerberos53+10
2014 Oct 18 "Sub-zero moment of truth" -- Relating privacy to the fast evolving commercialization of virtual reality. A TEDx talk. Thoughts?2 Commentsprivacynut69+2
2015 Jan 17 "Sustained Skype collection began in Feb 2011," reads a National Security Agency (NSA) training document from the archive of whistleblower Edward Snowden.13 Commentsbadbiosvictim2+101
2012 Dec 28 "TSA agent: 'We laugh at your nude images, dear passengers'"16 Commentsjspacecadet+158
2016 Oct 18 "Tails is used by around 18 000 people every day. If each of them gave 12€, the price of a USB stick, our budget for the whole year would be raised within one day."8 CommentsPiz-dur+36
2012 Sep 26 "Terrorists (and other criminals) profit from the anonymity that large parts of the Internet offer. Even though anonymity to other users is logical and desirable for some Internet services, for many it is not a necessity." - CleanIT's latest draft (.doc)0 CommentsSabbath90+4
2013 Jul 25 "The 217-205 vote represented the first real test of political sentiment since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents that revealed the secret program. The compressed, often emotional debate badly split Republicans, many of whom had championed the PATRIOT Act...."4 CommentsShahid-Buttar+60
2016 Mar 17 "The Apple-FBI fight may just be the opening salvo in a broader war over encryption, as technology companies continue to lock up their users' messages, photos and other data to shield them from thieves and spies -- and, incidentally, criminal investigators."0 Commentstrot-trot+7
2016 Dec 06 "The Cayla doll prompts children to provide their names, their parents' names, the name of their school, and the name of the place where they live, the complaint says. The information is shared with Nuance, which also offers law enforcement and intelligence products"28 CommentsDataPhreak+470
2015 Apr 02 "The Department of Homeland Security [DHS] is seeking bids from companies able to provide law enforcement officials with access to a national license-plate tracking system -- a year after canceling a similar solicitation over privacy issues."1 Commentstrot-trot+12
2015 Dec 02 "The Elf on the Shelf" and the normalization of surveillance0 Commentstrendless+3
2015 Nov 03 "The European Court of Justice has found that the U.S. is no longer in compliance with privacy principles, and invalidated the Safe Harbor data transfer program. Needless to say, the legal and technology industry had kittens."0 Commentswheeler1432+44
2016 Jan 29 "The European Union and the United States are hurtling toward a deadline on reaching a new agreement over data sharing that would extinguish the risk of costly litigation by consumers worried about their privacy."0 Commentstrot-trot+19
2016 Apr 29 "The Haystack": an independent documentary on surveillance in the UK0 Commentsfantastic_comment+7
2015 Sep 20 "The Holder of Secrets Laura Poitras’s closeup view of Edward Snowden"4 Commentsjohnblue005+16
2016 Jun 16 "The House will vote on the Massie-Lofgren Amendment on backdoor searches in a few hours, so Campaign for Liberty members should call their Representatives to support the amendment."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2016 Oct 14 "The Imperial President's Toolbox of Terror: A Dictatorship Waiting to Happen" by John W. Whitehead, published on 12 October 2016 -- "Presidents don't give up power. Executive orders don't expire at the end of each presidential term."0 Commentstrot-trot+7
2016 Feb 16 "The Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), the body that hears complaints about the UK's intelligence services, has ruled that it is legal for GCHQ to hack into systems, both in the UK [United Kingdom] and abroad, and to install spyware on them."0 Commentstrot-trot+18
2016 Oct 17 "The Investigatory Powers Tribunal has found that the UK’s intelligence agencies were secretly and illegally collecting bulk data on people in the UK without adequate safeguards or supervision for over a decade." [x-post /r/europrivacy]1 Commentsourari+14
2015 Nov 10 "The Missouri University Police Department (MUPD) sent an email to students Tuesday [10 November 2015] morning urging them to call them and report any hurtful speech they encounter on the campus."2 Commentstrot-trot+7
2014 Jan 07 "The NSA breaks the law every day...corrupt Congress and courts paving the way...daily executive crimes with impunity. They're the authorities, here to keep us safe -- until inevitably the boot ends up on your face." (lyrics from a new electro-house dance track to educate listeners about NSA spying)1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+53
2013 Aug 21 "The NSA's spying tools extend deep into the domestic US telecommunications infrastructure, giving the agency a surveillance structure with the ability to cover the majority of Internet traffic in the country, according to current and former US officials and other people familiar with the system"0 Commentsmepper+17
2015 Mar 28 "The National Science Foundation (NSF) is financing the creation of a system for the 'automatic detection' of cyberbullying."2 Commentstrot-trot+0
2015 May 28 "The National Science Foundation (NSF) is helping fund the creation of an implantable antenna for health care, which could be used for 'long-term patient monitoring.' . . . The project is being financed in collaboration with the National Research Foundation of Korea . . ."0 Commentstrot-trot+1
2015 Nov 30 "The National Security Letter spy tool has been uncloaked, and it's bad: No warrants needed to get browsing history, online purchase records, and other data."1 CommentsVostradamus+85
2015 Jun 09 "The Obama administration has asked a secret surveillance court to ignore a federal court that found bulk surveillance illegal and to once again grant the National Security Agency [NSA] the power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans for six months."5 Commentstrot-trot+131
2014 Jun 12 "The Obama administration has been quietly advising local police not to disclose details about surveillance technology they are using to sweep up basic cellphone data from entire neighborhoods, The Associated Press has learned."45 Commentstrot-trot+443
2016 Apr 13 "The Office of Personnel Management [OPM] is preparing for a pilot program to automatically track public social media postings of people applying for security clearances."5 Commentstrot-trot+26
2016 Feb 27 "The Pentagon is attempting what was, until recently, an impossible technological feat--developing a high-bandwidth neural interface that would allow people to beam data from their minds to external devices and back. That's right--a brain modem."3 Commentstrot-trot+38
2014 Jan 10 "The Psychology of Power" This is the reason i feel privacy is imperative.6 CommentsQuantumcreep+56
2012 May 13advice "The Queen has formally announced plans to greatly increase surveillance of the internet" - What steps exactly should a privacy conscious person be taking to avoid the state monitoring us now and in the future?42 CommentsTheUKLibertarian+78
2013 Jun 13 "The Secret War" via Wired - "Emperor" Keith Alexander0 Commentsorionshmorion+6
2014 Jul 12 "The Senate is giving more power to the NSA, in secret. Everyone should fight it : Politicians are still trying to hand over your data behind closed doors, under the guise of 'cybersecurity' reform. Have we learned nothing?"23 CommentsLibertatea+425
2014 Dec 05 "The U.S. National Security Agency [NSA] should have an unlimited ability to collect digital information in the name of protecting the country against terrorism and other threats, an influential [U.S. Court of Appeals] federal judge said during a debate on privacy."1 Commentstrot-trot+21
2016 Sep 30 "The US government is set to cut the final thread of its oversight of the internet, yielding a largely symbolic but nevertheless significant role over the online address system."0 Commentsmajorchamp+10
2016 Jan 08 "The White House is set to meet Friday with the country’s largest tech companies to discuss how they can help “disrupt” Isis’s online activities. On the agenda: censorship and invasive anti-privacy and security measures that could affect not just Isis supporters, but everyone who uses the internet."34 CommentsProGamerGov+314
2015 Feb 22 "The [United States of America] federal committee responsible for nutrition guidelines is calling for the adoption of 'plant-based' diets, taxes on dessert, trained obesity 'interventionists' at worksites, and electronic monitoring of how long Americans sit in front of the television."19 Commentstrot-trot+111
2012 May 28 "The browser made the Web very easy to read. We did not make the Web easy to write. So a little thug in a hooded sweatshirt made the Web easy to write, and created a man-in-the-middle attack on human civilization." - Eben Moglen on "Innovation under Austerity"1 CommentsMatt01123+13
2013 Sep 12 "The companies are concerned that it impacts their bottom line. My concern is they're looking to preserve the function of the NSA," Meinrath said. Asked if that was the perspective of the government or the companies, Meinrath replied: "I'm not sure you can separate the two."0 Commentstrilbey+12
2016 Jul 04 "The current threat to liberty has no precedent. [..] Big Brother is expanding his reach directly, spying on our digital communications in almost every form." | Dan Gillmor on Liberty and How to Defend It Together0 Commentsourari+6
2013 Sep 14 "The district in Glendale, California, is paying $40,500 to a firm to monitor and report on 14,000 middle and high school students' posts on Twitter, Facebook and other social media for one year."8 Commentssalvia_d+15
2014 Aug 22 "The folly of public meetings": examples from all-too-real life1 Commentsclaird+10
2016 Jul 25 "The inability to disable Cortana in this release will be troubling to some"18 Commentscgknight1+48
2013 Aug 28 "The interest of the consumer and the interest of the business are not the same..."2 Commentsstreetlite+20
2012 Dec 09 "The new Congress must [...] pass comprehensive legislation to defend our nation against this gathering cyberthreat. If it doesn’t, the day on which those cyberweapons strike will be another “date which will live in infamy,”" -- Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins on Internet regulation.15 Commentsmandy009+26
2016 Jul 05 "The number of federal and state wiretaps reported in 2015 increased 17 percent from 2014. A total of 4,148 wiretaps were reported as authorized in 2015, with 1,403 authorized by federal judges and 2,745 authorized by state judges...No wiretap applications were reported as denied in 2015."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+15
2013 Aug 05 "The numbers suggest that the US will emerge out of the Snowden debacle with a set of processes that prohibit the kind of domestic surveillance that Snowden exposed. But the forces are fairly close, and the victory will be a highly qualified one."2 Commentszrsio+30
2014 Aug 28 "The only officers who would have a problem with body cameras are bad officers." Denver police chief Robert White.9 Commentscensoredandagain+29
2012 Sep 26 "The patent application mentions putting microphones in bars to detect what customers are saying, and using facial recognition to identify customers to find out their relationship status, intelligence, education, and income."0 Commentskash_hill+15
2012 Oct 12 "The quickest way to share a moment" -- what do you think of Snapchat?1 Commentscake-please+0
2013 Mar 11 "The rapid growth of threats to our digital freedom, in democracies as well as authoritarian regimes, means that the next few years could prove to be a watershed period determining whether the net remains a free space or not."1 Commentssomanycheeses+55
2013 Apr 12 "The stillborn political career of 17-year-old Paris Brown is a parable for our time"0 Commentscojoco+2
2015 Jul 16 "The theft of background investigation data on millions of federal employees and contractors has created a massive threat to U.S. national security that will last for decades and cost billions of dollars to monitor"39 Commentsxanderdad+214
2014 Oct 20 "The things you write today shouldn't come back to bite you in the ass tomorrow"1 CommentsSelkin7125+3
2013 Aug 13 "The truth about why Silent Circle silenced their secure email service": interview with the CEO0 Commentsclaird+14
2012 Nov 13 "The unique feature of Google+ is Circles which gives brands the ability to target groups of individuals"0 Commentslevel1+4
2016 Feb 02 "The vulnerability is believed to have stemmed from the National Security Agency’s own encryption algorithm that created a “back door” for hackers"7 CommentsmWo12+227
2017 Jan 01 "The who cares" argument19 CommentsAstzor+19
2012 Aug 17 "There is no cookie. We don't track, we don't profile, what you do is not discoverable by a search engine. We are not going to suggest who your friends are, we are not going to use facial recognition. You own your content, you can delete your account."21 CommentsImNickJames+122
2014 Jul 10 "They lie about the numbers of Americans watched...a self-serving lie by the government's eye...." (video)1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+20
2014 Mar 23 "They who would give up essential Liberty..."0 CommentsRocksta94+2
2013 Jun 25 "They’re not spying on us to prevent crimes, they’re spying on us to retroactively convict us of crimes once we’ve pissed them off." Twitter / claytoncubitt30 CommentsBlueJadeLei+431
2015 Apr 30 "Think of it in this way – audiences are a lot like vegetables."0 Commentsdudethatsmeta+1
2014 Oct 12 "This is what happens when you give officers of the law carte blanche." -Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine, First Prime Minister of the United Province of Canada0 Commentscoinvesting+8
2014 Feb 12 "To make sense of the surveillance states that we live in, we need to do better than [1984] and [the Panopticon]; We need to update our nightmares."7 Commentsourari+70
2014 Feb 04 "To understand why politicians continue to support the NSA’s bulk data collection and other similar programs, we need to look at the larger story of how the US builds–and maintains–such a complicated and far-reaching surveillance machine."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+7
2015 Nov 04 "Too Big to be Brave" Does this describe a lot of companies?0 Commentsiseethoughtcops+7
2016 Jun 26Misleading title "Tor is compromised" -22:31 < ioerror>3 Commentskringpo+0
2014 Aug 14 "Transparency for the strong and privacy for the weak" says Cory Doctorow in debate on future of privacy5 Commentsvaschr+19
2013 Jul 24 "Twitter founders Evan Williams and Jason Goldman knew Macgillivray at Google, and they hired him because he shared their ideals"1 Commentsyuhong+1
2014 Feb 06 "US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that it flew about 700 surveillance flights using drone aircraft for other government agencies between 2010 and 2012."1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+98
2015 Nov 23 "US military research center in complication with the tech media are cooking news": Kuwaiti security firm writes a guide to encryption for Gaza residents. Wired writes it up as 'ISIS OPSEC manual'1 Commentsprivacy_punk+18
2016 Jul 01 "Voice assistant" software dangers?10 CommentsLailah77+2
2015 Sep 02 "Warning that the constitutional rights of tens of millions of Americans are being violated, a federal judge said Wednesday that he's eager to expedite a lawsuit seeking to shut down the National Security Agency's controversial program to collect data on large volumes of U.S. telephone calls."3 Commentstrot-trot+429
2016 Mar 04 "Warrantproof" has been around a long, long time...3 Commentsgameld+4
2016 Oct 18 "We need collectively to make surveillance expensive again," Snowden said.1 CommentsmWo12+138
2015 Dec 12 "We need more, not less democracy" Jacob Appelbaum1 CommentsRightOnTopOfThatRose+13
2016 Jul 14 "We're not slack on privacy, and neither are our customers."7 Commentsexplodingsoul+17
2013 Sep 26 "What follows is the most comprehensive picture to date of the mobile phone surveillance technology that has been deployed in the US over the past decade."5 Commentscliffsulliview+69
2015 Mar 02 "White House Drops ‘Consumer Privacy Bill Of Rights Act’ Draft" - Is this draft Bill any good?0 Commentsbenznl+7
2014 Nov 27 "Who is the hottest girl in your school?" or "How private is your facebook profile really?"2 Commentskevin-isopelto+4
2016 Aug 07 "Why I won't be using Let's Encrypt". Aren't his concerns valid?34 Commentsphyskets+11
2016 Jun 11 "Why is everyone covering up their laptop cameras?"64 Commentsantdude+169
2015 Feb 13 "With a cybersecurity summit about to get under way here Friday morning, President Obama announced he will sign an executive order designed to encourage private companies to share more information about network threats among themselves and with the federal government."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+22
2016 Dec 07 "With so much of our personal, financial and professional information online, we should use the best technology to protect it. We don’t deliberately manufacture flawed house locks or give a master key for the front door to the local police. Does it mean it’s harder to open? Yes, and it should be."5 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+33
2015 Dec 09 "Yeah, we ditched Google.". Even if you don’t have a Google account, or don’t stay logged into Gmail, your browsing history every single day is tracked across sites that include the JavaScript library.16 CommentsSoCo_cpp+64
2011 May 25 "You Might Also Like:" Privacy Risks of Amazon and Other Collaborative Filtering0 Commentsgnikrowten+3
2013 Sep 03 "You have no right to expect privacy when driving on a public road"9 CommentsAerando+23
2014 Dec 26 "You should get a yearly overview of all information the gov holds on you," proposed in Belgium - are there any similar transparency initiatives in other countries?12 Commentsiphimeda+264
2015 Mar 13 "You're like a spoiled child in a grown man's body who is ready to set off a boiling tantrum the very moment you don't get all the things you want. I bet your wife is subconsciously fed up of raising a little boy for a husband"1 Commentswewewawa+2
2013 Jun 17 "[C]onversations which take place over iMessage and FaceTime are protected by end-to-end encryption so no one but the sender and receiver can see or read them. Apple cannot decrypt that data."0 CommentsBananaLlama+3
2013 Aug 14 "[NSA domestic spying] is great... Who's ever heard of this information being misused by the government?" — Larry Ellison0 Commentswrexilla+20
2013 Dec 30 "[T]he Supreme Court could not have contemplated how revealing phone records would be, or what a phone might become, when it issued its decision in 1979. That case needs to be re-examined."8 CommentsShahid-Buttar+158
2015 Dec 31 "fourteen eyes"4 CommentsUasdfik+7
2015 Oct 11 "it is always possible to see where digital currency [Bitcoin] came from and where it went."3 CommentsmWo12+21
2016 Jun 21 "it’s unlikely many users are aware that different versions of their draft emails are stored on Yahoo’s servers and are available for recovery by law enforcement, even if the user deletes their final draft"2 CommentsRamonaLittle+28
2014 Feb 18 "no matter who you are, no matter where your country of origin, you'll always be someone else's "foreigner," and afforded none of the minimal protections that your own country grants you."0 Commentsniterrant+18
2013 Feb 20 "using Tor doesn't make you unusual in Iran" Are we winning?16 Commentsgnos1s+67
2016 Dec 17 "we believe an unauthorized third party, in August 2013, stole data associated with more than one billion user accounts."1 CommentsmWo12+4
2013 Jan 21 "we have collected entropy from your mouse movements and keystroke timings" Is this a new thing?8 Commentsbennysc+8
2014 Aug 21 # of mylar bags to block phones' and tablets' RFID, NFC, GPS, WWAN, Wifi, bluetooth and FM radio beacon?69 CommentsBadBiosvictim+19
2015 Jan 16 #1 Editor’s Choice Award: Rule by Algorithm? Big Data and the Threat of Algocracy1 Commentsjohngmess+8
2015 Dec 21 #1518 (Software packaged in Fedora should not be allowed to implement DRM schemes that cannot be disabled)0 Commentsbleahbloh+6
2015 Aug 03 #CryptoWars - why back doors in iMessages are stupid0 CommentsTeRmInAlCrAzY+9
2016 Feb 23 #DontBreakOurPhones rallies in nearly 50 cities today to oppose FBI attack on our safety. (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)2 Commentsprivacypatriot+25
2015 May 01 #OpCyberPrivacy - How These CyberBills will Hurt You0 CommentsNemesisPrimev2+2
2015 Mar 04 #StopDataRetention : The Movie0 Commentsorru+44
2014 Jun 23 #TakeBackControl with #VRM | Respect Network0 Commentsthegooddata+3
2014 Jun 12 #resetthenet for stupid? Fight for the future hates NSA government mass surveillance but loves Google private mass surveillance #privacy #googlemonster11 CommentsFredlamb+1
2013 Dec 18 $1,000 bounty offered for fingerprints of a global spy chief1 Commentstrilbey+26
2016 Mar 03 $17 smartwatch sends something to random Chinese IP address1 Commentsflaggwiz+2
2014 Nov 23 $60K in taxpayer money; 250,000 privacy violations in 4 months; 1 criminal arrest. Menlo Park police began using capturing images of more than 250,000 plates between July 1 and Oct. 1, only one could be tracked to a crime. (/r/Libertarian)2 Commentsbeofotch+247
2015 Apr 30 ''A World of Strong Privacy: Promises and Perils of Encryption'' Good essay written by David Friedman in 19950 Commentsdanielzopola+15
2012 Jun 15 '...the [UK] government also is seeking to keep logs of citizens’ Internet history'1 CommentsOmnamah+22
2013 Dec 16 '60 Minutes' Lies In Aid Of NSA Whitewash12 CommentsAllYouCanEatRedPills+206
2015 Jun 18 'A technical action plan in the face of surveillance' - A discussion of Jacob Appelbaum's talk @ Ei/PSI0 Commentsacrediblesauce+9
2014 Feb 20 'Addressable TV': Big Data's Next Trick For Targeting You2 Commentsquantumcipher+23
2015 Jan 20 'After Snowden' - LSE debate featuring former GCHQ director David Omand0 Commentsbluebluebluered+2
2016 Jun 17 'An absurd place': Returned bookseller says he underwent 20-30 forced interrogations without lawyer2 CommentsWuQianNian+2
2015 Jan 29 'Anonymized' Credit Card Data Not So Anonymous, MIT Study Shows | "Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the price is included"3 CommentsTheLantean+17
2014 Oct 23 'Anti-Facebook' investors dig deep for Ello: A social network promising never to sell user data or incorporate advertising has secured multi-million dollar backing5 CommentsLibertatea+25
2015 Sep 19 'Awesome Screenshot' for Chrome Is Tracking Your Every Move11 Commentscrazykoala+39
2016 Aug 30 'Benskin [..] takes pictures of a city in which surveillance is so pervasive the people under its eye no longer notice it.' "I'm astounded by the fact that people are still going about as if no one is watching"0 Commentsourari+3
2014 Jul 31 'Big Brother' airport installs world’s first real-time passenger tracking system0 CommentsMulcero+3
2012 May 20 'Big Brother' lampposts launched in America can see, hear and talk to you 13 Commentsrobert32907+76
2012 Aug 14 'Black box' standards coming for cars17 CommentsFlexgrow+15
2015 Jun 05 'Brain prints' could be future security ID0 Commentsburtzev+1
2013 Oct 18 'Breakthrough' on European data protection bill0 Commentseberkut+3
2016 Mar 27 'Burner' phones could be made illegal under US law that would require personal details of anyone buying a new handset | News | Lifestyle7 Commentszipq+40
2015 May 28 'By Any Other Name': Introducing the UK's Investigatory Powers Bill, the "turbo-charged" Snoopers' Charter.0 CommentsTheMentalist10+2
2012 Apr 19 'CISPA pushed by spy & tech companies for profit' (Facebook, Google, etc.)4 Commentslolpatch+24
2015 Oct 27 'Codifying' Government Surveillance, Senate Passes CISA: "If President Obama does not veto this bill, he'll be showing that his administration never truly cared about the open Internet," rights group says4 Commentsmaxwellhill+190
2015 Sep 16 'Dissent,' a New Type of Security Tool, Could Markedly Improve Online Anonymity0 Commentsmikebiox+21
2013 Apr 05 'Do Not Track' feature in chrome any report/whitepapers on its effectiveness?1 Commentssacbee+3
2014 Mar 07 'Domains by Proxy' Hands Over Personal Details of "Pirate" Site Owner. Their slogan is “your identity is nobody’s business but ours”2 Commentsspectraledifice+26
2016 Jul 07 'Double speak' squawk users as Silent Circle kills warrant canary0 CommentsblackVPN+1
2014 Oct 08 'Ello, social media newcomer! Goodbye, data security fears?4 CommentsTheAgoristReport+4
2016 Aug 18 'Enormous' Threats to Human Rights Over UK Bulk Surveillance (x-post /r/openmedia)3 Comments-code-+18
2012 Dec 05 'Everyone in US under virtual surveillance;' Are you sure you have nothing to hide?0 Commentsr3b3lang3l+39
2016 Nov 19 'Extreme surveillance' becomes UK law with barely a whimper13 Commentsbinarysneaker+193
2016 Oct 13 'Facial-profiling' could be dangerously inaccurate and biased, experts warn0 Commentsplato_thyself+6
2014 Oct 30 'Fear of a cloud planet, Ars UNITE experts agree—cloud privacy starts with you' - My question is: Is it blaming the user or raising awareness?0 Commentsmbobe+2
2015 May 30 'Fingerprinting' AFK - let's list ways it can be done.6 CommentsAnonymousUser01385+9
2014 Sep 10 'Five Eyes' surveillance pact should be published, Strasbourg court told1 Commentseberkut+22
2013 Sep 15 'Follow the Money': NSA Spies on International Payments2 Commentsillorum+61
2016 Apr 30 'Free' Windows 10 Reveals Its Expensive Secret6 Commentswewewawa+14
2014 May 12 'Frontline' Doc Explores How Sept. 11 Created Today's NSA : NPR0 Commentsjumpchat+7
2015 Apr 17 'Geo-inference' can reveal your location in all mainstream browsers8 Commentsindorock+6
2015 Mar 15 'Get your privacy policy down to one page': AVG CEO throws glove down0 Commentsalinvlad+7
2012 Apr 03 'Girls Around Me' shows a dark side of social networks The app generated controversy by compiling data from Facebook and FourSquare to help users locate single women0 Commentsorangepotion+33
2016 Apr 18 'Global netizens are more concerned about their privacy than they were a year ago, few believing governments can be trusted to keep their personal information safe, according to a new independent study.'2 Commentsourari+26
2013 Feb 11 'Google for spies' draws ire from rights groups0 Commentswhitefangs+2
2014 Jan 22 'Google outed me'8 Commentstrilbey+66
2015 Jun 25 'How the Feds Asked Me to Rat Out Commenters' - Nick Gillespie breaks silence on Reason.com's recent subpoena to reveal identity of users.3 Commentsqp0n+92
2013 Jun 13 'I Cannot Figure Out Why This Was Classified to Begin With'0 CommentsTruthbot+10
2014 Aug 23 'I Could Have Stopped Them': Ex-CIA Lawyer Defends Waterboarding Decision3 Commentstrot-trot+11
2016 Dec 29 'I Know What You Download' is a nifty spy tool to track and uncover torrenting habits of others.1 Commentsh31md6ll+2
2013 Jun 18 'I've Got Nothing to Hide' and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy0 Commentsjvnk+8
2012 Aug 23 'I've Got Nothing to Hide' and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy; Daniel J. Solove.1 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2014 Apr 07CodeRed 'If you need strong anonymity or privacy on the Internet, you might want to stay away from the Internet entirely for the next few days while things settle.'2 Commentsourari+77
2016 Mar 01 'Incredibly Creepy' Billboards to Track Behavior of Passers-By1 Commentsginger_bredman+25
2016 Jul 03 'Italian Mafia Brussels' Taken Down, but Darknet Still Growing0 Commentse-ok+4
2016 Aug 04clickbait 'It’s Time': Whistleblower Edward Snowden Tweets Mysterious Warning1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2011 Feb 17 'Kill Switch' Internet bill alarms privacy experts0 CommentsMJantti+9
2013 Jul 19 'Kill switch' on smartphones takes a step forward0 Commentsantdude+4
2016 Jun 08 'Leaked report' reveals mass data collections makes us less safe0 Commentsthe_bloated_scot+42
2012 May 22 'Liberating' Your Data from Google, and What That Really Means1 CommentsTanglesome+21
2014 Oct 28 'Lone Wolf' Terrorist Acts Will Be Used to Justify the Surveillance State33 Commentssalvia_d+263
2015 Nov 29 'Mind-Blowing Abuse of Power': Walmart Spied on Workers With FBI, Lockheed Martin's Help34 Commentspizzaiolo_+562
2012 Aug 17 'Mind-Control' Gaming Devices Leak Brain Data That Help Researchers Guess Users' Secrets1 Commentsdropallpackets+9
2016 Dec 06 'My Friend Cayla' doll records children's conversations for "a wide variety of purposes"8 Commentsjackmusclescarier+124
2015 Oct 06 'Nameless Coalition' Petitions Facebook to Rethink Its Real Name Policy0 CommentsCapnTrip+7
2015 Jun 23 'Oblivion' Is the Software That Could Automate the 'Right to Be Forgotten'0 Commentsanutensil+2
2016 Dec 14 'One billion' affected by Yahoo hack - BBC News3 CommentsZlatty+25
2015 Jan 28 'Parks And Recreation,' Facebook and The New Privacy0 Commentsgamoid+2
2013 Aug 27 'Perfect privacy'? In Internet communication, that doesn't exist0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+4
2016 Jul 12 'Pokémon Go' Is Grabbing ‘Full Access’ to Some Players’ Google Accounts0 CommentsmWo12+5
2015 Feb 08 'Privacy is DAMAGING to PROGRESS' says Irish big data whitepaper19 CommentsrazaSG+221
2015 Apr 26 'Privacy isn't dead' Snowden’s South American legacy grows as Brazil’s crypto movement marches on1 Commentsjohnmountain+234
2015 Mar 13 'Privacy killer': Senate panel quitely passes CISA 'cybersecurity' bill amid fresh surveillance fears8 CommentsTheOneAndOnlyTainted+180
2016 Aug 09 'Project Sauron' malware hidden for five years0 Commentsplato_thyself+10
2013 Nov 02 'Reform bill' would codify ability of NSA to spy on Americans, critics say - Computerworld4 Commentssd002002+55
2016 Apr 29 'Researchers can identify you by your brain waves with 100 percent accuracy'0 Commentsmicrowavedindividual+6
2014 May 23 'Revenge porn' victims receive boost from German court ruling1 Commentsjabr0+0
2014 May 13 'Right to be forgotten': EU court rules Google must amend results on request | Individuals have right to control their data and can ask search engines to remove results, says European court0 Commentskulkke+20
2016 Feb 02 'Robust' deal reached to preserve privacy of EU-US data sharing0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+7
2013 Sep 25 'See Something, Say Something' Campaign Creates Massive Database Of Useless Info From Citizens Spying On Each Other0 Commentsberberine+27
2013 Dec 17 'Shame on Feinstein' group warns of tech sales impact from unchecked NSA operations0 Commentscasey-bowman+60
2016 Dec 16 'So sorry' Evernote rips up privacy changes0 CommentsillDecree+0
2016 Apr 23 'Staggering Reach' of UK Surveillance and 15-Yr Coverup Revealed. Privacy International releases trove of documents detailing extent of British spying operations1 Commentsmonsoony+22
2016 Aug 05Video 'State of Surveillance' with Edward Snowden and Shane Smith (FULL EPISODE)8 Commentsmajorchamp+24
2016 Jun 08Video 'State of Surveillance' with Edward Snowden and Shane Smith (Full Episode)1 CommentsLauritzT+57
2016 May 06 'Stop resetting your password so often', says British spy agency69 CommentsNighthawkFencer+215
2016 Oct 26 'Terrifying': AT&T Spying on Americans for Profit, New Documents Reveal 'If companies are allowed to operate in this manner without repercussions, our democracy has no future13 CommentsWTCMolybdenum4753+247
2014 Oct 11 'The Hacker Wars' takes you to the front lines of the high-stakes battle over the fate of the Internet, freedom and privacy (Oct 17 release)1 Commentshazysummersky+38
2013 Aug 04 'The Tide Has Turned': NSA Protesters Back to the Streets for #1984Day0 Commentsdouglasmacarthur+27
2016 Jan 15 'The UK does not undertake mass surveillance,' Theresa May tells Parliamentary Committee2 CommentsVirtualbasis+19
2013 Oct 30 'The US simply does not respect privacy and rule of law as much as Europe. But we can start to change this by hitting US social media giants operating in Europe where it hurts'7 Commentsourari+24
2016 May 26 'They know when you're sleeping, they know when you're awake'0 CommentsmWo12+7
2015 Jan 27 'Tool' SnoopSnoo Doxxes Your Reddit Account Automatically7 CommentsPostNationalism+20
2016 Jul 15 'Tor and Bitcoin Hinder Anti-Piracy Efforts', EU reports claims3 Commentsitisike+6
2015 Dec 09 'Troll insurance' to cover the cost of internet bullying1 CommentsProGamerGov+1
2016 Nov 08 'Trust it': Results of Signal's first formal crypto analysis are in11 Commentsokneil+88
2013 Jul 16 'US citizen has no right to free speech?' State Dept spokesperson grilled over Snowden22 CommentsTheOtherITdude+146
2013 Sep 05 'Uncrackable' codes set for step up0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+6
2013 Apr 26 'Unprecedented' lobbying by big tech companies, the U.S. government, and advertisers could result in a bill that severely weakens [EU] privacy rights, coalition says1 Commentsmtlion+2
2012 Aug 24 'We Know Your House' Posts (Google Street View) Photos Of Your Home To Expose Twitter Privacy Risks0 CommentsFlexgrow+6
2013 Nov 14 'We still don't encrypt server-to-server data' admits Microsoft to EU Committee0 Commentsfaceboot+42
2013 Mar 23 'We're going to have more visibility and less privacy': Mayor Bloomberg admits soon NYPD surveillance cameras will be on nearly every corner and in the air17 Commentsyahoo_bot+94
2017 Jan 06 'We're paying with our data': Why privacy can be a problem with apps1 Commentsmrbcyber2+43
2016 Nov 07 'Web Of Trust' Browser Extension Cannot Be Trusted | News & Opinion2 Commentsantdude+40
2014 Apr 28 'What the world needs is a user-friendly secure email provider - the existing brands are too confusing, expensive and techie': an idiot's guide to email encryption29 CommentsHomeless2000+57
2016 May 31 'YSK - Google Maps knows traffic information, jams and length of your route because it tracks every Android phone on that route that hasn't disabled location tracking.' | Commenters actively encourage the practice...0 Commentsourari+1
2014 Apr 28 'You Had One Job': Canadian Privacy Agency Loses Employee Personal Data0 Commentswheeler1432+27
2012 Jul 17 'You're automatically suspicious until we prove that you're not.' NSA databases allow Google-like searches, but whistleblower Drake calls it the rise of soft tyranny and a universal wiretap1 Commentszetadog+140
2015 Oct 21 'Your Genome Isn't Really Secret,' Says Google Ventures's Bill Maris: "The venture capitalist wants to extend human life expectancy, and he says fears over privacy and the security of DNA data shouldn't stand in the way."0 Commentstrot-trot+0
2015 Jun 04 'Zombie' patriot act of unexpired provisions and loopholes means mass surveillance will continue • /r/technology0 Commentseleitl+11
2013 Aug 01 (2009) NSA analyst read Bill Clinton's personal email1 Commentsbobsil1+34
2015 Oct 10 (EFF) The Final Leaked TPP Text is All That We Feared (Summary and comment on IP-part of TPP)0 CommentsSpiceGirls4Life+181
2012 Apr 27 (Foreign Policy) Down with CISPA: America needs to stop preaching civil liberties abroad while passing privacy-destroying bills at home1 Commentsjdw25+54
2015 Nov 14 (France) Paris attack confirms again - mass surveillance is absolutely useless! It's only hurting you and me.185 CommentsYnoS4950+983
2016 Jul 01Software (Hyper)Golix: end-to-end encryption for the internet of things4 CommentsfatterSurfer+11
2014 Nov 08 (Illinois) A potential employer wants to do a credit check on me through InfoMart. The online InfoMart form requires my SSN, DOB, gender, name, address, tele number and email address. Since the employer has my name, address, tele number and email address, accuracy on this form is important, right?2 Commentsgrayblueyes+6
2013 Oct 04 (NEW) NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users. Top-secret documents detail repeated efforts to crack Tor.10 Commentstrilbey+234
2015 Jul 28 (National) Security experts: lack of a comprehensive governing policy for cybersecurity as the greatest failure leading to the June OPM breach and recommended ....0 CommentsKysons_Brennen2+1
2013 May 05 (Newcomer) What does /r/privacy think about WhisperSystems.org? Is it safe?0 Commentsbookhockey24+6
2012 Nov 12 (OC) Comparing password "strength" between Google/Twitter/OSX/Facebook0 Commentsjradavenport+1
2013 Aug 09 (Question) Is it fair to say the US government is now fully in the swing of shutting down anything they can't get their fingers into?13 CommentsXSSpants+73
2014 Apr 29 (X-P) Massive Round-Up of New Law Articles (April 2014 Edition). Topics: the CFAA, Cybercrime, Privacy, 4th Amendment, Gov't Surveillance & more0 Commentsissixit+2
2014 Feb 05 (X-P) Massive round-up of new law articles, covering privacy, Fourth Amendment, GPS, cell site, cybercrime, big data, revenge porn, drones, and more0 Commentsissixit+18
2014 Apr 22 (X-P) Privacy, Hacking, & Information Security Tools: A Primer for Legal Professionals0 Commentsissixit+0
2016 Jan 14 (X-Post from /r/books) You are not what you read: librarians purge user data to protect privacy0 CommentsNevrmorr+15
2016 Nov 13 (X-post r/stallmanwasright ) Bill Burr Unexpectedly follows stallmanism (privacy wise)1 Commentszigglezip+5
2013 Jun 25 (almost) Complete privacy checklist42 CommentsMonePold+69
2014 Jan 14 (article in text) Bennett Haselton: Google+ to Gmail controversy missing the point0 Comments_smiles_+0
2012 Feb 23 (draft of a paper for the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy) On the Feasibility of Internet-Scale Author Identification: "a right to anonymity is meaningless if an anonymous author’s identity can be unmasked by adversaries"2 Commentsjdw25+5
2016 Feb 09 (help) remove personal cell phone number from yelp2 CommentsalohaBonobo+15
2016 Jan 02 (i) Anything similar to Clean Links for Chromium? (ii) Any privacy-enhanced Chromium browser?3 Commentsnuac+1
2016 May 24 (link to EU paying for extended XP support)Who can throw more money at Microsoft in the battle of Windows 7 and Windows 10?1 CommentsItsNotHectic+2
2015 Mar 25 (self) Facebook tells you what your real name can and can't be?9 CommentsBlackBlarneyStone+11
2013 Jul 14 (unpopular, naive opinion) If we want real privacy and control over technology, we need to usher in an era of open-source everything.13 Commentsmegaminxwin+16
2012 Apr 05 (via A Privacy Manifesto in Code: What If Your Emails Never Went to Gmail and Twitter Couldn’t See Your Tweets? - Alexis Madrigal - Technology - The Atlantic)4 Commentslkfcub+19
2016 Nov 10 (x-post /r/IAmA) Let's Encrypt Team, A non-profit working to secure the Web1 CommentsKesseki+86
2014 Aug 17 (x-post /r/engineering) DARPA's ARGUS video surveillance platform0 Commentskromberg+5
2016 Dec 24 (x-post from /r/canadaprivacy) Accounts of companies advocating netizens online privacy rights0 CommentsTrevorWilsonSS+3
2017 Jan 06 (x-post from /r/canadaprivacy) The emails have been published for - Accounts of companies advocating netizens online privacy rights0 CommentsTrevorWilsonSS+3
2014 Feb 26 (x-post from /r/cyberlaws): Do municipalities have ownership of cell phone towers and antennas where they are located? Can the municipality law enforcement agency use the tower without a warrant?0 Commentsferae_naturae+0
2013 Jun 07 (x-post from /r/gaming)17 CommentsMellowTime+263
2013 Aug 15 (x-post from /r/technology) Just as Tox, the secure alternative to Skype, is starting to get traction in development, a website that claims to provide 'unlimited access' to Tox 'metadata' springs up.3 Commentssprinklycheese+4
2013 Dec 08 (x-post from r/JuraNovitCuria on Stingrays, must read!) Cellphone data spying: It's not just the NSA. Local Law Enforcement are Using Methods From the NSA Playbook to Collect Your Data.0 Commentsferae_naturae+6
2015 Dec 23 (x-post r/news) TSA can now force you to go through body scanners.6 Commentsnotp+67
2012 Sep 04CodeRed (x-post r/technology) The FBI has 12 million iPhone users info, including their home address, phone number, etc. 3 Commentstrans1st+35
2011 Nov 19 (x/post from r/florida)State of Florida setting you up for Identity theft?0 CommentsWebguy55+5
2017 Jan 06 (xpost /r/privacytoolsIO) Why having Shadowcash, Dash, and Zcash in the cryptocurrencies section is incredibly irresponsible.0 Commentsyuvzst+12
2013 Nov 25 *"Displaying these images could reveal your computer's IP address to the sender."*2 Commentsdonkeynostril+2
2012 Nov 29 **Breaking news** -- Senate committee votes to restore Fourth Amendment to digital communications6 CommentsShahid-Buttar+194
2015 Mar 21 -How do I safely/privately back0up Word documents (in case my computer breaks, is stolen, etc.)?8 Commentsprivacythrowaway123+3
2014 Sep 17 ... not until you're cleared of anti-patriotic suspicions!0 CommentsBolusop+0
2010 Sep 27 .Gov wants to read your encrypted emails and listen in on Skype. Anyone surprised?1 Commentsmidnightreign+16
2016 Jun 13 .wav to anonymous voice?5 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+0
2014 Apr 04 /r/EphemeralTech: A New Subreddit Dedicated to Private and Temporary Online Communication2 CommentsDSTRUX+3
2016 Nov 10 /r/IAmA Cross Post: The Let's Encrypt Team, A non-profit working to secure the Web!1 Commentstrai_dep+18
2016 Apr 04 /r/IAmA: We are ACLU lawyers and Nick Merrill of Calyx Institute. We’re here to talk about National Security Letters & warrant canaries, because Reddit can’t.2 Commentstrai_dep+20
2016 Jun 08Activism /r/NYC IMA 6/8/16: We are ACLU/NYCLU lawyers & reporter Kim Zetter of Wired. We’re here to talk about law enforcement’s warrantless searches of your personal electronic data.2 Commentstrai_dep+43
2014 Feb 14 /r/PGPkeys for sharing your PGP public key4 Commentsin1984+4
2016 Sep 07 /r/Privacy Reddit Ad12 Commentstrai_dep+24
2016 Sep 09 /r/Privacy ad, v26 Commentstrai_dep+11
2015 Sep 16 /r/Privacy, what features would the ideal privacy supporting smartphone have? What are the privacy issues we need to solve with current smartphones?7 CommentsProGamerGov+10
2013 Jun 13 /r/Snowden, a new subreddit for news about Edward Snowden and Prism. Subscribe and post new information!1 Commentscojoco+3
2015 Nov 30 /r/Technology just can't imagine why any hacker would ever want to spend their time gaining access to an internet connected doll with a microphone in it0 CommentsDenyborg+2
2013 Aug 11 /r/darknetplan's attempt at an alternative to the clearnet. Your opinion?5 CommentsTaenk+10
2015 Apr 29 /r/privacy - what exactly are you most concerned about when it comes to privacy?4 CommentsThrowaway84947+2
2014 Oct 30 /r/privacy endorsed VPS services?2 Commentsishiggydiggydo+3
2014 Oct 17 /r/privacy hits 40K subscribers0 CommentsTrendingBot+9
2015 Jun 20 /r/privacy hits 50K subscribers4 CommentsTrendingBot+130
2016 Apr 28 /r/privacy hits 60K subscribers12 CommentsTrendingBot+184
2013 Sep 06 /r/privacy's role in the NSA revelations7 Commentspigfish+7
2011 Aug 24 /r/privacy, I need your help to write a research paper.3 CommentsMikeyToo+0
2014 May 01 /r/privacy, Why should I even try anymore?13 CommentsStrater97+8
2016 Dec 06 /r/privacy, got any cool tips for not getting doxxed?3 CommentsPrettyFkinFarFromOK+4
2014 Apr 05 /r/privacy, what do you think of a "crypto-day"?6 Commentspigfish+19
2014 Jun 27 /r/technology (deleted) accusation: Remember when John Oliver requested the internet to comment on FCC Net Neutrality? Your full name and address is now publicly accessible.0 CommentsSoCo_cpp+9
2014 Apr 14 /r/technology is automatically censoring all links mentioning NSA, GCHQ, Snowden, or Bitcoin9 Commentsgoldcakes+107
2016 May 09Off Topic /r/technology mods are "considering banning all domains that require users to disable ad blockers" for security reasons57 Commentsourari+717
2016 May 24 /r/windows is full of shills16 CommentsItsNotHectic+12
2016 Nov 26 /u/Spez (Reddit CEO) notes during status update the lengths to which Reddit fights for user’s privacy (at least, civil lawsuit demands)10 Commentstrai_dep+65
2016 Dec 15 /u/sobeyHarker is working on building a community to fightback against the United Kingdom's Snooper's Charter0 Commentsbeerandgames+16
2013 Jul 01 /u/wyzellak proposes to @mention DHC twitter accounts with everyday messages (original from /r/restorethefourth)0 Commentsyamny+2
2015 Aug 07 0-Day Attack on Firefox Users Stole Password and Key Data: Patch Now!3 CommentsJDGumby+21
2015 Feb 15 1 Billion Data Records Stolen in 2014, Says Gemalto - Digits - WSJ0 Commentsspeckz+4
2016 Oct 11 1 Million Russians to Be Put Under Surveillance in 20160 Commentshugvo+3
2016 Oct 14 1 in 5 executives take risks with sensitive data to meet regulatory demands - Help Net Security0 CommentsVincentLaurent+5
2016 Oct 06 1 of my personal use accounts has been compromised, 3 have been requested for password changes, my email has been compromised, and all of my other accounts will probably be gone. Please help me further protect my stuff14 Commentsdeeseball+18
2016 Feb 09 1 out of 4 internet users in the EU experienced security related problems in 20150 Commentsj4v+1
2013 Jul 23 1 out of every 1,000 phones in The Netherlands is wiretapped by police. The method rarely produces direct evidence of a crime because criminals are usually aware that their phones are being tapped.2 Commentsmepper+13
2013 Aug 26 1,000 Sys Admins Can Copy Any NSA Document Without Anyone Knowing About It; Think Only Snowden Did?8 Commentsdavidreiss666+67
2012 Dec 06 1.1 million US consumers affected as insurance companies breached1 Commentsantdude+11
2015 Jul 22 1.7 billion (900 GB unpacked) "anonymous" comments from 5% of the internet (Reddit comment archive)2 Comments4nis+9
2012 Nov 06 1.7M Mobile Apps Analyzed: Users Tracked and It's Unjustified0 CommentsLa00con+6
2016 Jan 31 10 Countries Known For Spying On Their Citizens0 CommentsmWo12+6
2014 Jun 02 10 Facebook Privacy and Security Settings to Lock Down3 Comments5skandas+26
2012 Aug 25 10 Incredibly Simple Things You Should Be Doing To Protect Your Privacy1 Commentsted0987+0
2016 Nov 14 10 Keybase invites available6 Commentsmarkannen+0
2009 Dec 15 10 New Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know0 Commentsstrangestuff+1
2014 Aug 16 10 Opt-Outs to Increase Your Privacy0 CommentsJeffRSmall+6
2016 Aug 19 10 Orwellian Moments Found In The Newly Leaked Private NSA Newsletters0 CommentsblackVPN+2
2015 Jan 11 10 Rules for Dealing with Cops, By a Cop Few people understand that your constitutional rights only apply if you understand and assert them.4 Commentstrai_dep+76
2013 Oct 24 10 Simple Ways To Protect Your Identity Online1 Commentsjosechunglives+3
2012 Jun 15 10 Terrible Tech Laws That Have You in Their Bull's-Eye0 CommentsVailhem+11
2016 Oct 20 10 Things Edward Snowden Didn’t Tell You About Big Brother – Our Beloved Uncle Sam, and his cousins – FBI, NSA & DHS.3 CommentsLowvizibility+12
2014 Jul 24 10 Things You Didn't Know You Agreed to via Terms of Service2 Commentsjrudolf+5
2012 Mar 23 10 Ways Secrets Told Online Don’t Stay Secret 0 CommentsAlina01+0
2014 Jun 18 10 Ways To 'Fix' Cybersecurity0 Commentsthegooddata+6
2016 Jan 09 10 Ways To Evade Surveillance7 Commentsred-bearded+0
2014 Feb 22 10 WhatsApp alternatives messaging apps that protect your privacy0 Commentscper2+5
2016 Jan 23 10 anti-surveillance tools that protect your privacy online (according to the Daily Dot)3 Commentsmaestro89+7
2014 Mar 14 10 apps for privacy and secure communication5 Commentsgabrielsaldana+33
2013 May 14 10 crazy statements Eric Schmidt made0 Commentspavs+2
2015 Jul 31 10 icky aspects of Windows 10's updated privacy policies1 CommentsBradyDale+33
2015 Aug 13 10 scary hacks from Black Hat and DEF CON0 Commentsantdude+36
2013 Jan 21 10 security tools for smartphones2 Commentsunbuklethis+4
2015 Feb 13 10% of Silk Road 2.0 user data leak released0 Commentssr_doug+2
2016 Jul 29 10,000 Google Wi-Fi kiosks are collecting millions of faces and MAC addresses13 Commentsquantumcipher+39
2015 Oct 03 10,000 wifi routers nationwide have been very publicly hacked.1 Commentscpeterkelly+48
2013 Oct 21 10/Ten Ways to Make NSA Spying Popular with Americans (funny)0 Commentsantdude+7
2014 Nov 27 105-pages of Personal information from cell phone company.46 CommentsMKE1138+218
2015 Jan 02 11 Biggest Data Breaches of 2014 – A Recap of Cyber Security Disasters0 Commentsmartin-white90+7
2013 Dec 16 11 Governments Are Meeting in Peru to Figure Out How They Can Control the Internet0 Commentssalvia_d+12
2015 Feb 24 11 Ways to Track Your Moves When Using Your Browser0 Commentsdentalfoss+1
2014 Jul 09 11 reasons encryption is (almost) dead2 Commentsantdude+0
2013 Jan 19 111 Blacked Out Pages Is How Much the DOJ Wants You to Know About Your Right to Privacy5 Commentsiridesce+116
2013 Jan 10 112th Congress Finished Its Term By Taking Away More of Your Privacy, In The Worst Possible Way | Electronic Frontier Foundation0 CommentsPurblind+3
2016 May 19 117 million LinkedIn email addresses and passwords put up for sale29 Commentsflaggwiz+251
2014 Jun 11 11th Circuit finds people have a right to privacy in one piece of historical cell site location information1 CommentsMatthew37+41
2016 Mar 08Misleading title 12 Apple security threats 2016 - why Macs are not invulnerable | Techworld0 Commentsantdude+4
2012 Mar 04 12 Ways Companies Spy On You 4 CommentsMJantti+23
2014 Jan 27 12 privacy-destroying technologies that should scare you7 CommentsAdelleChattre+46
2014 Sep 30 12 surprising ways personal technology betrays your privacy0 Commentstraxan+1
2015 Jan 10 12 surprising ways personal technology betrays your privacy3 Commentsantdude+10
2012 Dec 09 12-year-old Girl Led out of School in Handcuffs for Mistakenly Photographing other Girl in Locker Room | PINAC4 CommentsPurblind+25
2013 Apr 30 13 Million Facebook Users Haven't Touched Their Privacy Settings0 Commentsjonfla+0
2014 Sep 15 13 Principles Week of Action: Secret Law is Not Law0 Commentsk-h+16
2016 Dec 18 13 ways your online privacy was violated in 2016 - and what you can do about it0 CommentsmWo12+5
2014 Feb 11 13-yr-old defies ‘big brother’ & refuses to be fingerprinted - Since 2012, over 800,000 children have had their biometric data taken by the govt in the UK via the school system. One girl is refusing to comply with the demands.77 Commentsanutensil+631
2013 Oct 11 145 of the Internet's 10,000 top websites track users without their knowledge or consent. The websites use hidden scripts to extract a device fingerprint from users' browsers4 CommentsZudiac+26
2015 Apr 16 145 of the Internet’s 10,000 top websites use hidden scripts to extract a device fingerprint from users' browsers.0 Commentsbalancetheuniverse+7
2015 Apr 17 145 of the top 10,000 websites secretly track your device fingerprint using Flash or hidden Javascripts4 Commentstrai_dep+46
2016 Nov 30 15 reasons to not use PGP - thoughts?1 Commentsnimanoi+3
2012 Jan 28 15 worst Internet privacy scandals of all time 0 Commentsgnikrowten+1
2012 Jan 29 15 worst Internet privacy scandals of all time -- "Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Sony named in our Online Privacy Hall of Shame"0 Commentsantdude+14
2016 Jun 23 154 million voter records exposed, including gun ownership, Facebook profiles and more0 Commentsflaggwiz+2
2016 Jun 23 154 million voter records exposed, revealing gun ownership, Facebook profiles, and more1 Commentsquantumcipher+6
2014 Jun 01 16 Questions Edward Snowden Wasn't Asked4 Commentswewewawa+7
2016 Jan 21 16 states unveil privacy protection measures0 Commentsspeckz+3
2012 Sep 07 16-year-old's Impolitic Tweet (okay, it was a call for presidential assassination) Results in Angry Calls to Her School Principal. Overreaction?16 Commentslost_profit+4
2016 Sep 23 17 Sep 2016, Google started to warn Firefox and Chrome users...malicious torrents infecting over 12 million users a month1 Commentslabooleyrama+22
2016 Oct 05 17 pages of sources in European Commission's "Bibliography of Materials Relevant to the Interaction of Competition Policy, Big Data and Personal Data"0 Commentsj1v3_7urk3y+2
2012 Mar 16 18 Firms Sued for Using Privacy-invading Mobile Apps 0 Commentspheret1+11
2016 Aug 15 186Mb archive of apparent NSA malware released11 Commentsmajorchamp+44
2012 Sep 25 19 Signs That America Is Being Systematically Transformed Into A Giant Surveillance Grid16 Commentsstpauliegirl+154
2015 Feb 11 19 year old girl is completely anonymous--and thus has trouble getting government benefits [xpost/videos]18 Commentsappropriate-username+22
2016 Apr 15 1957 telephone call metadata used in a current court case - interesting how long it's kept.10 Commentsrmxz+198
2013 Nov 24 1968 in 2013: Democrats vs. Themselves. "Democrats from the Bay Area and Chicago, representing safe blue seats, who were outspoken about surveillance abuses at one point....[are] carrying the Bush administration’s water because it’s now President Obama holding the glass."9 CommentsShahid-Buttar+127
2015 May 09 1975 article on Internet spying: "Could the next Nixon order ARPANET to be turned into a police instrument, instantly telling every government agency everything there is to be known about every American citizen whose name has been recorded somewhere?"9 Commentsjohnmountain+295
2016 Oct 18 1984 Web Hosting In Iceland For Secure Email?4 Commentsdmxs2+6
2013 Aug 01 1984Day.com - Rally for Privacy on Sunday, 8/40 Commentsdouglasmacarthur+14
2016 Mar 02 1Password sends your password across the loopback interface in clear text32 Commentsspeckz+220
2016 Apr 26 1m dating site user details leaked online0 Commentsflaggwiz+1
2016 Feb 17 2 Factor Authentication0 CommentsWumbotumbo21+1
2015 Mar 30 2 Federal Agents in Silk Road Case Face Fraud Charges. Secret Service & FBI agents stole $800,000 in BitCoin diverted to personal acc'ts.21 Commentstrai_dep+286
2013 Dec 04 2 million Facebook, Gmail and Twitter passwords stolen in massive hack6 Commentsno1_vern+12
2013 Feb 20 2 out of every 3 Americans lost Fourth Amendment protections to DHS33 Commentswhitefangs+147
2012 Nov 20 2 women in India arrested over Facebook - 1 for posting a status update and the other for simply liking that status. 0 CommentsSgrouples+8
2016 Dec 07 2. A beginner's guide to beefing up your privacy and security online0 Commentsloudspoiledcat+8
2014 Nov 27 20 million out of 81 million Germans did something for their online privacy after Snowden's revelations. Now that sounds impressive.29 Commentsmbobe+272
2016 Apr 01 200 imprisoned based on illegal cellphone tracking, review finds0 Comments94847393038738394905+9
2015 Apr 11 2009 DHS Document Says Border Patrol Can Search/Copy The Contents Of Your Device Just Because It Wants To | Techdirt0 Commentszerode+0
2014 Jan 01 2013 Year in Review: A Principled Fight against Global Mass Surveillance0 Commentsin1984+9
2013 Dec 29 2013 in Review: Encrypting the Web Takes A Huge Leap Forward0 Commentskulkke+2
2013 Dec 28 2013 is the year that proved your ‘paranoid’ friend right33 Commentskulkke+233
2014 Dec 08 2014 Logan Symposium Sat highlights: Julian Assange, Jake Applebaum, Daniel Ellsberg0 Commentsciderpunx+2
2014 Jan 10 2014: The year of encryption0 Commentskulkke+10
2016 Jul 05 2015 Wiretap Report Doesn't Have Much To Say About Encryption, But Does Show Feds Run Into Zero Judicial Opposition1 Commentsspeckz+1
2016 Jan 02 2016 Email Security Roadmap0 CommentsGamix84+16
2016 Dec 19 2016 Year in Review: The Worst Year for Your Privacy, ever8 Commentsespositojoe+93
2016 Dec 02 2016 claims another victim: Your privacy37 CommentsCrankyBear+480
2016 Dec 17 2016's biggest privacy threat: Your phone15 CommentsCapnTrip+126
2016 Jan 25 22 Ransomware Prevention Tips | The State of Security0 Commentsalexlamman+4
2016 Jan 18 22 Sites Where You Should Enable Two Factor Authentication RIGHT NOW | Jerod Brennen, CISSP | LinkedIn1 Commentsantdude+8
2014 Nov 04 22% of Americans Have Closed An Account Due to Data Privacy Concerns1 Commentsyourbasicgeek+88
2015 Mar 17 22% of US adults under 35 are worried about government surveillance of their digital lives31 Commentsvobw5gqp6tuj+257
2015 Jan 07 23andMe And Genentech In Deal To Research Parkinson's Treatments1 Commentstrot-trot+3
2015 Jul 15 23andMe CEO defends practice of sharing genetic info with pharma companies9 CommentsAlBagDaddy+43
2013 Nov 28 23andMe Is Terrifying, But Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks5 Commentspaffle+23
2013 Dec 02 23andMe Is Terrifying, But Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks. (One of the founders of 23andMe, Anne Wojcicki, is presently married to Sergei Brin, the founder of Google.)2 Commentscookiecache+0
2016 Jun 25 23andMe Is Terrifying, but Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks2 Comments0moi+2
2016 Jan 05 23andMe Privacy Concerns8 CommentsMoreCuriosity+17
2016 Jan 28 25 Civil Liberties Organizations Call for Open Hearings on Section 702 Surveillance0 Commentssabrinadestiny00+67
2015 May 02 25% of the Encrypted downstream traffic in North America is consumed by BitTorrent transfers, second only to YouTube.9 CommentsTheBeginnerr+128
2015 Jan 27 25,000 angry users: Facebook privacy class action lawsuit to be heard by European court2 CommentsBr00ce+36
2015 Sep 05 26 Android Models Sold with Pre-Installed Spyware that can’t be Removed25 CommentsGruePineapple+138
2013 Jan 03 29C3 Panel: Jesselyn Radack, Thomas Drake, William Binney on whistleblowing and surveillance - YouTube3 Commentsbiffbagwell+5
2012 Dec 27 29C3 has started! William Binney and Zimmermman talking at 20h30 German time.1 Commentsdb3dd9adf4d59c9b76fc+14
2012 Dec 30 29c3: Not my department (Jacob 'ioerror' Appelbaum) [Keynote] - YouTube0 Commentsbincat+27
2016 Nov 15 2checkout suspends for protecting people's privacy2 Commentstreasurehunter01+1
2014 Apr 23 3 Dangers Of Logging On To Public Wi-Fi0 Commentssimplesammm+9
2016 May 26 3 Minutes John - A New & Fun YouTube News Show About Privacy and Technology0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+0
2013 Jun 17 3 NSA veterans speak out on whistle-blower: We told you so | USA Today hosts a discussion with NSA whistleblowers Bill Binney, Thomas Drake, and Kirk Wiebe, and their lawyer Jesselyn Radack1 CommentsJawnSchirring+48
2012 May 30 3 Steps Businesses Can Take Today To Respect Your Privacy0 Commentslaoshima+3
2012 Aug 28 3 Strategies Google is Using to Grow its Google+ Circle1 Commentssocialsplat+6
2013 Dec 17 3 Things About Facebook That Might Be Killing Your Privacy3 Commentsinkidda+17
2013 Jan 09 3 Troubling Ways The TSA Punishes Passengers Who Opt Out 29 Commentstheanswermancan+149
2014 Jun 03 3 Ways Mobile Encryption Providers Mislead You (via BuzzFeed)0 Commentsmiklosjobbagy+1
2016 Jun 05 3 Years Later, the Snowden Leaks Have Changed How the World Sees NSA Surveillance0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+88
2012 Aug 06 3 days left to get 5500 signatures - Make Obama explain the TSA violating court orders for public process.10 Commentsaviewanew+136
2016 Aug 26 3 keybase invitations available2 Commentsmarkannen+0
2015 Mar 04 3 lessons privacy and security teams can learn from each other0 Commentsloycedeare+2
2016 May 26 3 potential holes in WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption: the metadata, the money, and Facebook1 CommentsEuAlexa+6
2013 May 31 3 schools scanned student's irises for tracking purposes before asking parents for permission.31 Commentsrectifyed+148
2015 Jan 06 3 things about GnuPG / PGP14 CommentsLeatherBoundBoox+11
2012 Mar 09 3,000 readers for r/Privacy!1 Commentsgliageek+10
2015 Aug 03 30 Ways Your Windows 10 Computer Phones Home to Microsoft17 CommentsTheLantean+79
2012 Jun 05 30,000 secret surveillance orders approved each year, judge estimates0 CommentsWildVelociraptor+5
2014 Jun 22 300k servers still vulnerable to Heartbleed - Neowin1 Commentssimplesammm+18
2013 Dec 30 30C3: Backdoors, Government Hacking and The Next Crypto Wars2 Commentssalvia_d+7
2016 Nov 22 31 authors urge Obama to pardon Edward Snowden49 Commentsprivacypatriot+724
2014 Dec 30 31C3 - The 2014 Chaos Communications Congress has started. You can watch most of the privacy, freedom and hacking related talks online.0 Comments1632+5
2016 Dec 29 33C3 - Build your own NSA0 CommentsXorFish+6
2016 Dec 29 33C3 - Christopher Soghoian: "Law Enforcement hacking may become the cheapest form of surveillance when deployed at scale."1 Commentsmaqp+21
2016 Dec 29 33C3: Corporate surveillance, digital tracking, big data & privacy0 CommentsGashGazoo+10
2013 Mar 12 34 Civil Liberties Groups Speak Out Against CISPA in Lead Up to Hearings: Groups including Mozilla, ACLU, EFF, and the American Library Association called on representatives to oppose CISPA because of privacy and civil liberties concerns1 Commentsmepper+49
2013 Sep 26 39% of big data developers say 'government agencies are spying on our data'1 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2012 Jul 22 3D printed keys open "high security" handcuffs - Boing Boing0 CommentsRedditambassador+6
2012 Feb 08 3D printing: saviour or piracy tool? 0 CommentsAlina01+1
2016 Nov 03 3G privacy2 CommentsPrivateYang+5
2013 Jul 17 3G/4G Onion Pi + OpenVPN - Trying to create a completely secure + anonymous hotspot. Maybe using Whonix/Tails/Qubes or all of the above? : raspberry_pi2 CommentsZeroCoolMurphy+5
2016 Nov 30 3nigm4: “if something happens to me” let the computer act on my behalf0 CommentsBestbug+1
2015 Oct 23 3rd Party SDKs are Bad News for Mobile Privacy1 CommentsDawooga+21
2014 May 21 4 Google alternatives that protect your privacy3 Commentsyourbasicgeek+25
2014 Jul 17 4 Great Reasons to Care about Internet Privacy3 Commentscontentkaiser+27
2012 Oct 26 4 Simple Changes to Stop Online Tracking [EFF]2 CommentspsYberspRe4Dd+17
2012 Jul 08 4 Steps to immunity from UK snooping laws3 CommentsNightshadeForests+19
2014 Feb 17 4 Ways Passwords are evolving0 Commentsmavtrevo1+1
2012 May 08 4 high-tech ways the federal government is spying on private citizens0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2012 May 10 4 high-tech ways the federal government is spying on private citizens0 Commentsmaxwellhill+10
2012 May 07 4 high-tech ways the federal government is spying on private citizens 1 Commentssd002002+21
2015 Aug 28 4 overblown Windows 10 worries4 Commentsbalkierode+0
2014 Dec 16 4 seconds of body cam video can reveal a biometric fingerprint, study says -- Researchers say they can have computers examine body camera video footage and accurately identify a person wearing a body-mounted device in about four seconds0 Commentsmepper+7
2013 Apr 05 4.8 million UK websites to be archived - be prepared2 CommentsJillSmith+1
2014 Aug 06 40GB of Gamma International (UK Private Surveillance Contractor) Data is Being Leaked on /r/Anarchism42 CommentsDuncanKeyes+237
2013 Dec 19 40Mil cards stolen from etailer Target28 Commentstknames+93
2012 Jan 03 440,783 "Silent SMS" Used to Track German Suspects in 20100 Commentsthechevalier+8
2013 May 27 45 GIGApixel Picture Zoomed In26 Commentsrandomhumanuser+229
2015 Jan 29 45 Percent Of Americans Think Online Privacy Is More Important Than National Security2 CommentsBr00ce+53
2015 Feb 01 45 Percent of Americans Think Online Privacy Is More Important Than National Security22 Commentsswtt+399
2011 Aug 25 45 million Americans admit faking IDs for online transactions0 Commentsexpertvoice+1
2015 Dec 05 5 Companies Secretly Tracking You Right Now -0 Commentsruskeeblue+9
2016 May 06 5 Companies Secretly Tracking You Right Now [VIDEO]10 Commentsflaggwiz+11
2016 Oct 10 5 Corporations Now Dominate Our Privatized Intelligence Industry0 Commentseleitl+127
2014 Dec 11 5 Creepy Ways Your Town Is Designed to Control Your Mind0 Commentsjune_oyster+0
2012 Aug 26 5 Design Tricks Facebook Uses To Affect Your Privacy Decisions4 Commentsmaxwellhill+91
2012 Aug 27 5 Design Tricks Facebook Uses To Affect Your Privacy Decisions | TechCrunch0 Commentsbenmaxime+2
2016 Oct 19 5 Facts About Data That Connected Cars Collect - Edgy Labs0 Commentsdabshitty+10
2013 Nov 30 5 Minute Survey on Personal Privacy and Facebook Ads (and get entered into a $20 lottery!)2 CommentsResearchingAds+0
2013 May 21 5 Overlooked Lessons From the AP Subpoena Controversy and Other Leak Investigations1 Commentsliefj+16
2013 Mar 28 5 Places Where You Should Never Give Your Social Security number.2 Commentsateohone+0
2014 Sep 05 5 Privacy Reasons Not To Buy An Amazon Smartphone1 Commentsmoooooky+13
2015 Oct 20 5 Reason You Should Care for your Online Privacy0 Commentsivarjain+10
2015 Nov 03 5 Reasons Why You Should Take Control Over Your Data0 Commentscloudfleet+9
2015 Feb 25 5 Reasons You Should Care About Your Digital Privacy | Venux0 CommentsVenuxNY+2
2014 Aug 21 5 Russian-Made Surveillance Technologies Used in the West | Danger Room | WIRED1 Commentsprivacyondemand+11
2016 Feb 01 5 Things You Should Never Search on Google2 Commentssmooviesmoove+11
2011 Sep 03 5 Unexpected Places You Can Be Tracked With Facial Recognition Technology1 Commentsakwala+7
2012 Sep 14 5 Ways the Modern World Makes You Extremely Easy to Stalk (Cracked.com)0 CommentsMalinorne+11
2013 Jul 30 5 Ways to Improve Your Privacy Online4 Commentsaadts+7
2012 Feb 24 5 Ways to Legally Rid Yourself of a Peeping Tom0 CommentsAlina01+0
2013 May 16 5 bills in MA that would revolutionize privacy protections for the modern era: drones, free speech, social media, cell phones, and license plate readers0 Commentsdavermitchell+5
2014 Aug 04 5 great free VPNs for Chrome, Firefox, mobile, and beyond2 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2011 Sep 15 5 new Facebook photo changes you need to make to protect your privacy0 CommentsLawyerCT+0
2015 Oct 25 5 of the Best Secure Email Services for Better Privacy32 CommentsQipeki+57
2016 Jan 08 5 of the most devastating data breaches of 20150 Commentsthelivingskies+4
2015 Jul 10 5 on Friday: Security and Privacy Stories You Missed (and Shouldn’t)0 Commentsyourbasicgeek+2
2016 Oct 14 5 privacy settings to change in Windows 1019 Commentsplato_thyself+11
2016 May 05 5 secure habits of the paranoid PC user27 Commentsantdude+52
2016 Mar 14 5 things you need to know about the FCC’s Proposed Privacy Rules0 Commentssdbdgtyui5795+5
2016 Jun 20 5 things you should know about password managers2 Commentsconsistentt+6
2016 Apr 02 5 things you should know about two-factor authentication0 Commentsantdude+6
2012 Nov 15 5 tips for email more private than Petraeus's2 CommentsLawyerCT+5
2014 Aug 26 5 tips to make your browsing safe and secure1 Commentssimplesammm+0
2014 Mar 04 5 ways the fusion center violates your privacy while pretending it doesn’t0 Commentsquantumcipher+24
2014 Jun 05 5,000 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent1 CommentsAplusplusplus+93
2014 May 06 5/7 at 6pm ET: Google Hangout with Rand Paul on email privacy, NSA spying, & defending our civil liberties0 Commentsr_d_olivaw+0
2014 Jul 08 50 Things a Server Can Tell When You Visit a Webpage – The Official Ghostery Blog1 Commentsthegooddata+14
2013 Nov 05 50% Think Feds Likely to Have Looked at Internet Activity of Someone in Their Family0 CommentsStopSpying+5
2014 Jan 09 500 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent9 Commentsquantumcipher+407
2014 Aug 19 500+ upvotes VS 1 mod: Does the freedom of citizen journalism fit the /r/privacy ethos of "the intersection of technology, privacy, and freedom in the digital world"? YOU decide.21 CommentsblackVPN+47
2015 Dec 01 54% of Americans think it’s too difficult to protect their online privacy.4 Commentshotdocvet+18
2015 Dec 12 55 Healthcare Data Breaches Have Hit More Than 100 Million People in 2015 - It wasn’t a great year for cybersecurity in the healthcare world.1 Commentsanutensil+17
2013 Oct 24 58 Things We've Learned About the NSA2 Commentstigerweeds+61
2014 Feb 17 6 Anti-NSA Technological innovations13 Commentsquantumcipher+19
2015 Nov 18 6 Best Practices To Reduce Unintended Client Disclosures0 Commentswarrenownsyou+4
2013 Jan 09 6 Network Security Predictions For 2013: Part I | Bart VPN0 CommentsBartTheGuard+1
2013 Oct 02 6 Reasons We Share Too Much Online, According to Behavioral Scientists. "People claim they care about their privacy, and yet…"1 Commentstogotme429+18
2015 Oct 31 6 Spooky Ways Local Law Enforcement Is Watching You1 CommentsProGamerGov+15
2012 Apr 20 6 Things You Need to Know About the Government's New Spy Law (CISPA)0 CommentsVailhem+15
2015 Jun 20 6 Tips for Protecting Your Communications From Prying Eyes - In an age of ubiquitous surveillance, there are still some things you can do to keep your communications private—and not all of it is high-tech.0 Commentsanutensil+21
2015 Nov 25 6 Ways Law Enforcement Can Track Terrorists in an Encrypted World0 CommentsVailhem+18
2015 Nov 28 6 Ways Law Enforcement Can Track Terrorists in an Encrypted World1 CommentsVailhem+11
2013 Sep 12 6 Whopping Government Misstatements About NSA Spying | Threat Level1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+85
2014 Oct 19 6 browser plug-ins that protect your privacy6 Commentszakos+2
2016 Oct 25 6 encryption mistakes that lead to data breaches0 Commentselguezio+7
2014 Dec 13 6 guidelines for stopping real estate identity theft0 CommentsCitizenJosh+1
2014 Nov 18 6 links that will show you what google knows about you7 Commentsdiogoleal+63
2016 Oct 22 6 really practical ways to protect your privacy online - Amnesty International4 Commentsourari+9
2013 Jun 14 6 things you can do now to be stealthier on the Internet2 Commentskabuki7+2
2015 Dec 16 60 Days at Sea - No Safe Harbor in Sight0 CommentsLawdogg+6
2014 Dec 28 60 Seconds With Mark Cuban: Cyber Dust and Data Security1 Commentsjreacher+1
2013 May 17 60 minutes: Facial recognition tech making it impossible to be truly anonymous in internet age.0 Commentswatcher45+2
2015 Jul 23Misleading title 600TB MongoDB Database 'accidentally' exposed on the Internet2 CommentsAlose1982+9
2014 May 15 61 percent of people who knew about Heartbleed actually did something about it1 Commentskulkke+16
2014 Feb 04 6MIN News - Never Trust A Copy Machine2 Commentssalvia_d+0
2016 Jul 02 7 CREEPY Ways You're Being Spied On3 Commentsruskeeblue+3
2016 Jun 14 7 Free Operating Systems Not Based on Linux, Windows or OS X1 Commentsginger_bredman+0
2015 May 21 7 Must know facts - Internet Privacy0 Commentspradeeprajr93+0
2014 Apr 07 7 Places PayPal Sends Your Personal Financial Info That You Probably Don't Want It to Go | Alternet8 Commentsburtzev+12
2014 Jan 08 7 Things You Missed If You Didn't Read Wired's Big Story On How The NSA Is Killing The Internet1 Commentsmaxwellhill+75
2014 Jul 01 7 Things You Should Know About Tor (x-post from r/technology)2 Commentsflatline_hackbloc+14
2016 Jun 27 7 Ways the Cops Will Bust You on the Dark Web2 Commentshugvo+7
2014 Jul 02 7 privacy rights you’re losing at work0 CommentsHungryWolfFish+8
2015 Sep 20 7 security and privacy concerns at the polls0 Commentsmiralow+11
2012 Jun 28 7 signs we're living in the post-privacy era. (Worth the read, in my opinion)2 CommentsJoyousCacophony+13
2014 Jan 01 7 sneak attacks used by today's most devious hackers0 Commentsantdude+2
2015 Nov 11 7 ways hackers can use Wi-Fi against you4 Commentsantdude+6
2012 May 10 7 ways to mask your Internet identity -- You can’t erase all of the personal info that’s out on the Web, but you hide in plain sight...4 Commentsantdude+10
2013 Mar 13 7 years ago, the first link ever submitted to reddit was to a wired article warning users to 'Beware the Google Threat'5 Commentsnilss0n+27
2012 May 10 70% don’t trust Facebook with their personal information15 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+96
2016 Dec 22 700 million Android phones have spying firmware preinstalled47 Commentsplato_thyself+260
2016 Apr 04 71% Want The Dark Net Shut Down, Showing Most Have No Idea What The Dark Net Is160 CommentsBarmagluk+664
2015 Apr 10 72% of Brits concerned about online privacy since Snowden leaks1 Commentsjimmyradola+13
2013 Feb 25 73 Privacy/Security addon-extentions for Mozilla Firefox v19.0 as of 02/25/201313 Commentsfirefox_privacy+15
2016 Mar 18 77 Percent of Google Internet Traffic Now Encrypted | News & Opinion6 Commentsflaggwiz+116
2016 Mar 16 77 percent of Google's online traffic is encrypted2 Commentsfradoben+3
2015 Apr 01 79% people are worried about their online privacy and want more control over their personal data28 Commentsjimmyradola+239
2014 Jan 22 79-year-old census resister found guilty - "Second, she is worried about the safety and security of that data, considering Lockheed’s ties to the U.S. military and the absolute powers of the U.S. Patriot Act, which allows the government to demand data from any American company"3 Commentssalvia_d+52
2015 Apr 30 8 Best Android Apps To Improve Privacy and Security in 20150 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+3
2016 Jan 28 8 Ways New Yorkers Are Losing Their Privacy - Uncubed0 Commentsmike23222+3
2015 Oct 02 8 gas stations part of pilot crime-prevention effort to start by January3 Commentsdabshitty+4
2013 Sep 05 800 Pound Gorilla Among Data Brokers Lets You See Their Dossier About You Starting Today4 Commentssmcnally+9
2013 Jun 11 86 Civil Liberties Groups and Internet Companies Demand an End to NSA Spying0 Commentscojoco+45
2016 Oct 21 89% of UK consumers concerned with immoral use of AI and cyber-attacks1 CommentsVincentLaurent+25
2014 Aug 25 9 Things You Can Do Right Now to Protect Your Kids’ Privacy at School3 Commentsyourbasicgeek+17
2013 Oct 15 9 Ways to Restrain the NSA0 Commentsm8urn+7
2015 Jun 30 9 creative ways to destroy sensitive data0 Commentsantdude+0
2012 Oct 16 9 free days of Mullvad2 Commentsgtklocker+4
2016 Jan 01 9 million Google Chrome users were made vulnerable by a web security plug-in1 CommentsDiazepam+4
2016 Mar 04 90% of SSL VPNs are ‘hopelessly insecure’, say researchers1 Commentsspeckz+9
2013 Feb 06 90% of Users Do Not Trust Websites With Their Data3 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+50
2015 Sep 14 91 Percent of Americans Would Be OK with a Backdoor in Their Software25 Commentsantdude+0
2015 Aug 12 91% of Polish internet users believe what they reveal online is safe4 Commentseltrevor+8
2014 Nov 12 91% of US adults say consumers have lost control over how their personal info is collected and used by companies4 Commentsspeckz+203
2014 Apr 26 911 dispatchers have difficulty finding callers and would like to change that (Sorry for the mobile link)1 Commentsraul_der_kaiser+7
2015 Jun 29 99.999% anonymous with all traffic.16 CommentsHappyysadface+2
2013 Mar 09 9th Circuit Appeals Court: 4th Amendment Applies At The Border; Also: Password Protected Files Shouldn't Arouse Suspicion7 CommentsKAPT_Kipper+142
2016 Jul 25 9th Circuit: It’s a federal crime to visit a website after being told not to visit it2 Commentsitisike+6
2015 Nov 17 < tim bray /> | Graham Morrison meets the co-author of XML, a fierce privacy advocate, an encryption hacker and the owner of many hats.0 Commentsspeckz+1
2013 Mar 08 Rand Paul - Civil liberties hero or civil rights villain?6 Commentswootsooot+10
2014 May 20 @Paulmd199 puts together the pieces to suggest 'Afghanistan' is unnamed 'Country X' in recent NSA / Bahamas story.0 Commentsattorneyatloblaw+5
2012 Dec 13 @RonWyden: Unfortunately there are 60+ votes to override my hold on #FISA- we need to keep working to change minds in the Senate. 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2014 Nov 20 @War, The rise of the military-Internet complex by Shane Harris0 CommentsUsernamemeh+17
2015 Jul 22 A 'Golden Key' for Encryption Is Mythical Nonsense0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+6
2016 Nov 14 A 10-Digit Key Code to Your Private Life: Your Cellphone Number5 Commentsjonfla+10
2016 Nov 19 A 70-Day Web Security Action Plan for Artists and Activists Under Siege0 Commentsclydethefrog+2
2015 Sep 06 A Benefit Or Big Brother? NYC Unveils Pilot Program To Track Driving Habits: Little Black Box Under The Steering Wheel Records Data For The 'Drive Smart' Initiative1 Commentstrot-trot+28
2016 Mar 24 A Blood Test Before Birth Could Predict Your Medical Destiny0 Commentstrot-trot+7
2013 Jun 27 A Breach of Public Trust: Proprietary Google+ Hangout2 CommentsLinuxAdvocates+5
2014 Jul 17 A Breakthrough In The Checkered History Of Brain Hacking: "Scientists funded by the Defense Department have just announced a breakthrough that could allow researchers to create in 220 days an extremely detailed picture of the brain that previously would have taken 80 years of scans to complete."1 Commentstrot-trot+7
2016 Jul 06 A Brief Comparison of Secure Messaging Apps - Deep Dot Web1 CommentsAschebescher+2
2013 Jun 20 A Buyer’s Guide to Safer Communication0 CommentsPinkSlimeIsPeople+5
2016 Jun 15 A California County Breaks New Ground for Surveillance Transparency1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2012 Aug 18 A California District Court Holds that the Video Privacy Protection Act Applies to Online Video | Electronic Frontier Foundation0 CommentsPurblind+3
2014 Mar 12 A Call for a Highly Encrypted Future0 Commentstreerat+10
2013 Jul 17 A Call to Boycott U.S. Tech Platforms Over the NSA's PRISM Surveillance - This may be the only thing to change the US government's mind about the total surveillance state38 Commentswhitefangs+342
2015 Dec 10 A Canadian ISP has received a public backlash after posting a list on its Facebook page of 25 subscriber names who had not paid their overdue bills, in order to publicly shame them into paying36 Commentsmaxwellhill+221
2014 Jul 09 A Candid Conversation with Glenn Greenwald About Why the New Snowden Leak Matters0 CommentsLibertatea+20
2016 May 25 A Car's Computer Can 'Fingerprint' You In Minutes Based On How You Drive7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2011 Jul 31 A Case for Pseudonyms2 Commentssapiophile+13
2013 Aug 03 A Cheap Spying Tool With a High Creepy Factor5 Commentsmatts2+14
2013 Dec 25 A Christmas Message From Edward Snowden2 Commentshazysummersky+68
2013 Dec 25 A Christmas Message From Edward Snowden (working link)0 Commentsabudabu+8
2014 Apr 20 A Chrome browser fork with privacy4 Commentswewewawa+0
2016 Mar 10 A City Mayor Asked the Pentagon to Use Military Drones to Look for Potholes2 Commentstrai_dep+2
2016 Feb 26 A Clean Tablet, hardware/software needed3 CommentsDelacroix515+1
2015 Mar 21 A Clever Way to Tell Which of Your Emails Are Being Tracked | WIRED22 Commentsspeckz+37
2014 Apr 01 A Closer Look At Blackphone, The Android Smartphone That Simplifies Privacy2 Commentsdgkobs+12
2016 Jun 07 A Coalition Says to Congress: End 702 or Enact Reforms0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2015 Dec 13 A Congresswoman from California is questioning DHS officials who put pressure on a local public library to take down the relay node it had set up for the anonymity network Tor4 Commentsmaxwellhill+323
2012 Mar 28 A Contrarian Dissection Of The Web Privacy Debate1 Commentsfauvenoire+4
2013 Oct 09 A Conversation With Lavabit’s Founder - Video0 Commentsomg_nyc_really+2
2016 Mar 31 A Conversation on Privacy With Edward Snowden, Noam Chomsky, and Glenn Greenwald0 CommentsblackVPN+16
2016 Mar 21 A Conversation on Privacy | College of Social and Behavioral Sciences0 Commentseleitl+3
2016 Mar 25 A Conversation on Privacy — The Intercept1 Commentsfuzzyparasite+24
2016 Mar 27 A Conversation on Privacy: Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, & Noam Chomsky - March 25, 2016 (skip to 11:00 to avoid intros)19 Commentssenormoll+188
2015 Sep 19 A Conversation with Edward Snowden by Neil deGrasse Tyson2 Commentsblowupbadguys+117
2013 Jul 17 A Conversation with Glenn Greenwald "Greenwald on the importance of privacy, the hypocrisy of Democrats, and how he almost lost the NSA leak"1 CommentsLibertatea+50
2014 Jul 21 A Convicted Hacker and an Internet Icon Join Forces to Thwart NSA Spying0 CommentsTIL_American_Canada+38
2014 Jul 30 A Convicted Hacker and an Internet Icon Join Forces to Thwart NSA Spying0 CommentsGenOppVA+2
2014 Apr 28 A Copenhagen DJ Is Embroiled in a Creepy Hacking Scandal0 Commentsfaceboot+3
2013 Oct 15 A Court Order is an Insider Attack1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+8
2014 Nov 08 A Creepy Website Is Streaming From 73,000 Private Security Cameras0 CommentsTheAgoristReport+3
2015 Feb 18 A Crypto Trick That Makes Software Nearly Impossible to Reverse-Engineer4 CommentsVailhem+5
2014 Sep 17 A Cyber Privacy Parable0 Commentszxxx+2
2016 May 07 A Cypherpunk's Manifesto0 CommentsKinost+20
2014 Mar 21 A Cypherpunk's Manifesto by Eric Hughes2 Commentsjofazepa+3
2013 Feb 16 A Cypherpunk's Manifesto by Eric Hughes 9 March 19932 Comments_electricmonk+9
2013 Sep 19 A DIY Hat To PREVENT YOUR VISIBILITY ON CAMERAS & VIDEO5 Commentsjdoug13+8
2014 Dec 11 A Day in the Life (of Judge Richard)1 CommentsAphix+18
2014 Sep 23 A Deep Web Service Will Leak Your Documents If the Government Murders You30 CommentsblackVPN+200
2015 Jul 08 A Detailed Look at Hacking Team’s Emails About Its Repressive Clients1 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+90
2013 Oct 08 A Different Kind of Mobile Market: Selling Phone Users Secrets to Advertisers0 Commentsjonfla+15
2016 Sep 23 A Digital Rumor Should Never Lead to a Police Raid0 Commentsbeardog108+31
2014 Feb 19 A Digital Security Guide for Journalists: When Privacy is Essential1 Commentsquantumcipher+15
2013 Aug 06 A Domestic Surveillance Scandal at the DEA? Agents Urged to Cover Up Use of NSA Intel in Drug Probes3 Commentssalvia_d+64
2015 Sep 17 A Dozen Libraries Want to Host Tor Nodes to Protest Govt Fearmongering - A tiny New Hampshire library has pushed back against the Dept of Homeland Security, & other librarians have its back.22 Commentsanutensil+639
2014 Jan 22 A Drone Stalked Me in the Woods Last Night0 Commentsfabnup+9
2015 Mar 11 A Dutch court Wednesday handed a victory to privacy advocates by striking down a data-retention law that gives the government easy access to telecommunication data.9 CommentsLibertatea+240
2013 May 02 A Dutch politician proposed to give the government the permission to hack computers and mobile phones, tap their communication and collect and destroy data. The law also contains an obligation to decrypt your personal data. If the computers are located in another country, the law would still apply.13 CommentsWill-Do+151
2016 Mar 28 A European PATRIOT Act Will Not Keep People Safe - "I am sure a frightened population will find government promises of perfect security attractive and may be willing to allow more surveillance of their personal lives. They should pause a little beforehand...2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+46
2013 Jul 29 A Face Is Exposed for AOL Searcher No. 441774911 Commentssilpol+18
2013 Sep 09 A Face in the Crowd: Say goodbye to anonymity [60 Minutes]0 CommentsEuroRaver1+2
2016 Jul 07 A Facebook 'like' and your name can reveal a shocking amount of info Stunt, shot with hidden camera, raises awareness about online privacy5 Commentsn0ahbody+9
2015 Aug 28 A Fate Worse than Death: The Selfie Movement and Paramedics0 Commentskaj97+8
2016 Apr 29 A Federal Judge Stops Google From Googling: "The search giant agrees to pick jurors the old-fashioned way."0 Commentstrot-trot+3
2016 Jan 16 A Few Keystrokes Could Solve the Crime. Would You Press Enter?1 Commentseberkut+6
2015 Feb 18 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Another update on the Truecrypt audit0 CommentsSnaKeZ83+28
2016 Mar 21 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Attack of the Week: Apple iMessage0 Commentsspeckz+5
2016 Aug 14 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Is Apple's Cloud Key Vault a crypto backdoor?0 Commentsspeckz+15
2015 Sep 16 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Let's talk about iMessage (again)1 Commentseberkut+5
2014 Dec 30 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: On the new Snowden documents1 Commentskhanidoit+15
2015 Nov 12 A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: Why the Tor attack matters1 Commentsspeckz+25
2016 Dec 16 A Film student let a thief steal his smartphone and followed him for several weeks with a hidden app - This is his film (2016)42 Commentsplato_thyself+356
2012 Dec 13Software A Firefox plugin to impede fingerprinting-based tracking while maintaining browsing experience.2 Commentsmrz+36
2015 Aug 18 A Flaw in Twitter's Sign Up Process Can Reveal Your Friends to Impersonators - The social network's suggestions for who to follow are to blame.0 Commentsanutensil+21
2013 Nov 19 A Floor, Not a Ceiling: Supporting the USA FREEDOM Act as a Step Towards Less Surveillance1 Commentskismor+8
2013 Nov 14 A Fraying of the Public/Private Surveillance Partnership1 CommentsStealthNet+13
2016 Sep 22 A Frustrating Conversation About Privacy With Google's New Allo Chatbot1 CommentsCapnTrip+9
2016 Sep 28 A Frustrating Conversation About Privacy With Google's New Allo Chatbot1 Commentstemporaryaccount1984+14
2016 Dec 07 A Future Without Privacy (Daniel Miessler)0 Commentsrywe+5
2012 Aug 27 A German artist has created a pixellated balaclava, perfect for confusing street cameras in a nation where mistrust of public surveillance is widespread even as the appetite for Facebook is unabated.1 Commentstonyflow+9
2012 Sep 05BigBrother A German artist has created a pixellated balaclava, perfect for confusing street cameras in a nation where mistrust of public surveillance is widespread even as the appetite for Facebook is unabated.13 CommentsPeter_File+89
2014 Jan 25 A Giant Military Surveillance Blimp Is Going to Constantly Monitor the East Coast8 Commentsturophobia+82
2016 Jul 27 A Glimpse at the Future of Computing - a 2600 article from 2003 that predicted cloud computing and surveillance1 Comments2600reader+2
2011 Jul 01 A Google Plus Privacy Flaw Already?1 Commentsprivacysucks+2
2014 Sep 03 A Google Site Meant to Protect You Is Helping Hackers Attack You | Threat Level | WIRED0 Commentsantdude+5
2016 Nov 23 A Group of Israeli Researchers Created a Malware That Can Slyly Record Conversation Through Headphones1 Commentsplato_thyself+11
2013 Jun 24 A Guardian guide to US government whistleblowers0 Commentsfutrawo+10
2013 Aug 23 A Guardian guide to metadata | Technology0 Commentsoliveco+5
2013 Aug 14 A Guide to the Deceptions, Misinformation, and Word Games Officials Use to Mislead the Public About NSA Surveillance4 Commentsmepper+132
2015 Jul 31 A History of Backdoors0 Commentsxiongchiamiov+4
2016 Feb 17 A Hospital Paralyzed by Hackers - A cyberattack in Los Angeles has left doctors locked out of patient records for more than a week. Unless the medical facility pays a ransom, it’s unclear that they'll get that information back.0 Commentsanutensil+2
2016 Nov 02 A Huge Victory for Privacy Advocates: As AT&T and Time Warner plan to merge, new FCC rules on broadband privacy show how today “Big Media” also means “Big Data.”0 CommentsmWo12+4
2016 Mar 10 A Judge Just Admitted The Existence Of The NSA's PRISM Program8 Commentsmikebiox+150
2016 May 25 A Judge Just Made It Harder for the FBI to Use Hacking1 CommentsBarmagluk+17
2013 Dec 12 A KickStarter project aimed at giving everyone the option of real electronic privacy.8 Commentsfaradaybox+2
2014 Feb 13 A Lame Analogy in Defense of NSA Surveillance0 Commentsoewt+8
2013 Sep 12 A Librivox recording of the final Church Committee report?0 Commentsusefullinkguy+2
2017 Jan 10 A List of Privacy Measures you can take without being labeled 'crackpot'.0 Commentsparentheses-of-doom+1
2011 May 03 A Little Loss of Privacy is Good for Small Businesses0 Commentslaoshima+5
2013 Jun 21 A Love Letter To The NSA Agent Who Is Monitoring My Online Activity19 Commentsliefj+224
2017 Jan 21 A MESSAGE TO 2600 READERS AND WRITERS3 Commentsagentf90+37
2013 Nov 04 A Manifesto for the Truth0 Commentstachyonburst+4
2012 Jul 06 A Moment to Celebrate: No Data Retention Mandate in Smith’s New Child Protection Bill 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2015 Nov 04 A More Private Browsing Experience: Mozilla Ships Tracking Protection for Firefox - EFF0 CommentsblackVPN+20
2016 Mar 10 A More Pseudonymous Internet • /r/techculture0 Commentswayspurrchen+2
2015 Jun 23 A Motel-Sized Victory for Privacy at the U.S. Supreme Court - Innkeepers may now challenge cops who want to spy on guests, but can still be jailed for failing to collect and store detailed information at check-in.1 Commentsanutensil+8
2016 Nov 19 A Muslim "registry" doesn't require a single registration -- it can happen overnight and invisibly4 Commentsjthess32+6
2016 Aug 17 A Must Watch - "Privacy, Anonymity, and Individuality The Final Battle Begins". Private investigator Steve Rambam details the latest trends in privacy invasion and surveillance technologies.1 Commentsunderthehall+11
2014 Dec 05 A Netflix search engine with no tracking or login required4 Commentsgluezee+23
2013 Aug 14 A New 4th Amendment Peaceful Protest: Giant School Of Fish vs. The Sharks2 Commentsfish1-of-7000000000+5
2014 Mar 04 A New Anonymous and Encrypted messaging Software0 Commentsirachdaoui+0
2015 May 05 A New Chapter in the Fight for Civil Liberties0 CommentsKerberos53+6
2015 May 08 A New Court Ruling Means That Privacy Doesn’t Require Secrecy0 Commentslyudmilarkov+6
2017 Jan 10 A New Era of Mass Surveillance is Emerging Across Europe8 Commentsp3ngo+7
2017 Jan 18 A New Era of Mass Surveillance is Emerging Across Europe4 CommentsPrivacyIntl+81
2017 Jan 22 A New Era of Mass Surveillance is Emerging Across Europe0 Commentspolymute+45
2016 Feb 20 A New Infographic on TPP and Your Digital Rights2 Commentshugvo+111
2012 Apr 23 A New Microchip Knows Just Where You Are, Indoors and Out 0 CommentsVailhem+5
2012 Dec 26 A New York newspaper has received a wave of criticism from its readers after doxxing the names and addresses of all of the individuals with handgun or pistol permits in its coverage area. Users can click any dot on the map to see which of their neighbors has a permit for a gun.11 Commentsexoendo+44
2016 Oct 12 A New,Small Hacker community! - /r/hackersec2 Commentshashelse+0
2012 May 27 A Note About Tracking Cookies via @allthingsd1 CommentsBemuzed+3
2016 Oct 04 A Paranoid Surveillance State Is Not What Will Keep Americans Safe29 CommentsmWo12+374
2015 Oct 13 A Password is Not Enough: Why Disk Encryption is Broken and How We Might Fix It0 CommentsRaiz1337+6
2012 Dec 13 A Plan to Stop the Feds From Reading Your Emails0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2017 Jan 20 A Plea for Responsible and Contextualized Reporting on User Security0 Commentssarciszewski+9
2013 Jun 17Software A Popular Ad Blocker Also Helps the Ad Industry: Millions of people use the tool Ghostery to block online tracking technology—few realize that it feeds data to the ad industry.53 CommentsPiscator629+153
2015 Sep 29 A Popular Server for Encrypted Chat Has Been 'Intentionally' Shut Down2 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+17
2016 Jan 21 A Priv A"BIDE"S BB Security Chief On Raising The Bar In Cybersecurity1 Commentssmaxz+4
2013 Apr 17 A Privacy-Affecting Change in Firefox 200 Commentslifthrasiir+8
2013 Jul 16 A Problem with the US Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board0 Commentsliefj+12
2013 Oct 07 A Pseudonymous OAuth Provider1 Commentschrmaury+3
2014 Dec 16 A Push to Explain the Importance of HTTPS and HTTPS Everywhere3 CommentsConcealClunkMinds+6
2016 Feb 22 A Q&A about Security First's Umbrella App0 Commentssecfirstmd+2
2015 Nov 03 A Quick Guide to the Cybersecurity Bill Passed by the U.S. Senate0 Commentsburtzev+12
2014 Apr 05 A Recovering Physicist: How Not to Be Tracked1 Commentscarpe-jvgvlvm+2
2012 Jul 23 A Response to Obama on the Cybersecurity Act of 20120 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2015 Jan 15 A Response to Wertheimer’s ‘Encryption and the NSA Role in International Standards’.0 Commentsxor_rotate+0
2013 Aug 18 A Russian senator has challenged Internet giant Google to explain its use of clients’ personal Gmail data, and claimed that the e-mail service violates individuals’ right to the secrecy of correspondence under the country’s constitution.4 Commentsrandomhumanuser+24
2015 Mar 11 A Slow March Towards Thought Crime: How the Department of Homeland Security’s FAST Program Violates the Fourth Amendment0 Commentspopepeterjames+57
2015 Sep 14 A Smartwatch Could Reveal What You're Typing by How Your Hand Moves4 Commentspizzaiolo_+24
2015 Jul 24 A Sordid State of Affairs: Explaining the AshleyMadison.com Hack in plain English / for the lay user1 Commentscocusmajorus+0
2012 May 08 A Speculative Example Of CISPA's Potential For Abuse0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2015 Jan 21 A Spy in the Machine: How a brutal government used cutting-edge spyware to hijack one activist's life1 Commentsjohnmountain+23
2015 Apr 02 A Starter Guide to Encryption and Fingerprinting0 Commentsstze+1
2016 Feb 19 A Startup Wants to Use Eye Tracking to Detect If Syrian Refugees Are Terrorists1 CommentsRyydA+1
2013 Sep 05 A Survey Asks: How Much Does Your Privacy Online Matter?0 CommentsNotEltonJohn+6
2012 Mar 19 A Terrifying Look Into The NSA's Ability To Capture And Analyze Pretty Much Every Communication5 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+56
2013 Aug 01 A Terrifying Sentence From the Latest Edward Snowden Leak Story: How might an NSA analyst abuse the power to see the IP address of every visitor to any website?0 Commentsmaxwellhill+10
2012 Apr 19 A Texas University's Mind-Boggling Database Of Teens' Daily Text Messages, Emails, and IMs Over Four Years0 Commentsnonprofiteer+21
2012 Nov 02 A Topeka Kansas newspaper has been ordered to identify the person who posted a comment on its website about a story on a murder trial0 Commentsmepper+6
2012 Aug 17 A Tor of the Dark Web, with Tor dev & Knight-Mozilla Fellow Dan Schultz0 Commentsuhwuggawuh+4
2014 Jan 01 A Tor-like service run by former NSA/TAO Director & CIA National Clandestine Service Senior Officer1 CommentsHeliobb+9
2017 Jan 15 A Trade-Off in WhatsApp is Called a Backdoor - Electronic Frontier Foundation11 CommentsX0dgO7JnXe1NnMjpnh9i+100
2016 Sep 21 A U.S. judge just disclosed how often law enforcement asked to secretly track electronic records0 CommentsAfroIndian+4
2015 May 27 A U.S. judge ordered Yahoo Inc to face a nationwide class-action lawsuit accusing it of illegally intercepting the content of emails sent to Yahoo Mail subscribers from non-Yahoo Mail accounts, and using the information to boost advertising revenue2 Commentsjohnmountain+29
2014 Feb 16 A U.S. law firm advising Indonesia's government on trade issues was spied on by a foreign government, Australia, which shared the information with the NSA.2 Commentsquantumcipher+36
2013 Nov 22 A UK school ran a three-year trial in which a new ultra-wideband RFID chip continuously tracked its pupils with centimeter precision4 Commentscojoco+27
2015 Nov 10 A US judge’s ruling against the NSA is a big win for Edward Snowden0 CommentsKegit+11
2016 Feb 27 A USA Today reporter who claimed to have been hacked on board an American Airlines flight was probably not telling the truth1 CommentsPepperoniBaron+5
2015 Jan 16 A Verizon Zombie Cookie That You may have is taking a Turn for the worst0 Commentsswtt+1
2013 Nov 18 A Very Personal Experiment3 Commentssherre02+5
2015 Dec 14 A Victory for Privacy and Transparency: HRW v. DEA0 Commentspizzaiolo_+6
2016 May 25 A Visual Guide to Practical Data De-Identification (PDF link in webpage)0 Comments0moi+6
2016 Sep 24 A Walking Tour of New York’s Massive Surveillance Network0 Commentsspeckz+12
2016 Jul 24 A Wall Street Journal reporter was detained by federal agents at the Los Angeles airport who demanded to confiscate her two cell phones -- and was surprised to find that border agents have the authority to do that4 Commentsmepper+27
2015 Mar 06 A Way Forward: Bruce Schneier’s Data and Goliath Explains Where Our Privacy is Now, and How We Fix It0 CommentsKerberos53+16
2017 Jan 17 A Wi-Fi hairbrush that provides "valuable insights that can help revolutionize the home beauty routine"0 Commentsmsew59+3
2013 Jun 13 A Wonderful Firefox-specific Privacy Guide0 CommentsWadate+4
2015 Jan 31 A Year After Reform Push, NSA Still Collects Bulk Domestic Data, Still Lacks Way To Assess Value0 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+20
2016 Aug 10 A Year Out And Super-Encrypted Email ProtonMail Is Just Getting Started0 CommentsmWo12+6
2015 Nov 17 A algorithm, called Algebraic Eraser, has been suggestes for an IoT standard, has already been cracked and has serious flaws.0 Commentsrndnum123+6
2016 Dec 01 A beginner’s guide to beefing up your privacy and security online0 Commentsspeckz+11
2013 Oct 09 A billboard advertising campaign claiming that the Internet should be regulated and that everyone’s data should belong to the NSA turns out to be the brainchild of BitTorrent Inc0 Commentsmaxwellhill+53
2015 Oct 01 A billion Android phones are vulnerable to new Stagefright bugs0 CommentsSybles+6
2015 Apr 02 A bipartisan group of lawmakers is set to push for legislation that would bar federal agents from forcing tech companies to give them access to customers' emails, texts and photos.0 CommentsLibertatea+2
2014 Jan 07 A bipartisan pair of CA State Senators introduce the 4th Amendment Protection Act0 Commentszmanian+12
2014 Oct 31 A bit about Facebooks vanity TOR key and how it was generated3 Commentsgraffen+7
2015 Aug 07 A bit of privacy please!8 Commentspizzaiolo_+1108
2017 Jan 11 A bit older but still a good watch: DEF CON 22 - Christopher Soghoian - Blinding The Surveillance State1 Commentsescalat0r+9
2013 Oct 27 A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue20 CommentsRPrevolution+45
2012 Oct 23 A blogger claims he bought 1 million European, Canadian, US Facebook usernames and e-mail addresses online. 0 CommentsFINNPR+13
2013 Nov 28 A blogging service that respects privacy?3 CommentsGnashblade+2
2016 Aug 24 A bombshell in the broadband privacy debate - "That puts the FCC in a very difficult position – it is one thing to adopt bad policy, but another to knowingly enact unconstitutional rules."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2011 May 19 A breakdown of where iPhone UDIDs (Unique Device IDentifiers) are sent and by which apps. (UDIDs are a serious deanonymization threat.)0 Commentsphyzome+7
2015 Aug 20 A brief history of phone wiretapping - and how to avoid it0 CommentsJodler+4
2014 Oct 24 A call for papers on Civic life in the digital age. Mapping the impact of big data and social media on society0 CommentsEconHacker+3
2014 Sep 04 A case for public access to redacted social science data1 CommentsCrankyBear+11
2015 Nov 28 A children's toy company exposed data on 4.8 million parents and 200,000 kids0 CommentsmWo12+3
2015 Apr 24 A chilling step closer to Australian secret police0 CommentsMezzomaniac+29
2016 Jan 07 A closer look at Intel's X-Ray glasses0 Commentssyncoholic+1
2014 Jul 23 A closer look at Tor's hidden service publishing tool, Stormy0 Commentsb00kal00k+15
2013 Nov 18 A cloud safe from the NSA's prying eyes: Europe begins work on its EU-wide system3 CommentsPrivacyDude+12
2015 Aug 04 A coalition lead by the US privacy pressure group the Electronic Frontier Foundation has announced a stronger Do Not Track standard (DNT), which it says is needed as current schemes allow advertisers to still track users who have opted out.2 CommentsLibertatea+4
2016 Oct 12 A collection of (mostly) scholarly articles about how data aggregation damages privacy0 CommentsSyntaxPolice+2
2013 Jul 21 A collection of arguments about the "nothing to hide" fallacy4 Commentsvisarga+55
2013 Jul 11 A college student's guide to anonymization during the "Dark Ages of Spying"; for people who have no idea where to start!16 Commentsstylekimchee+44
2012 Mar 01 A company called Desync Networks is trying to access my IP 15 times a second. Should I be concerned?16 Commentssspaceboy1+8
2016 Jun 24 A company called Score Assured is planning to analyze people's social media activity and sell their data to employers, landlords, and credit card companies.9 CommentsCelestis+26
2016 Dec 27 A complete guide to securing yourself & your Mac. (• /r/apple)1 Commentstrai_dep+12
2016 Apr 27 A complete guide to the new 'Crypto Wars'0 CommentsblackVPN+8
2016 Jul 08 A complete guide to the new 'Crypto Wars'0 Commentscupboard1+2
2015 Aug 18 A complete list of browser privacy/security threats.13 CommentsAceyJuan+19
2016 Feb 25 A complete list of locations where software leave stuff?1 CommentsPrivacyThoughts+2
2015 Aug 20 A comprehensive list of Firefox privacy and security settings.1 CommentsFairyFuckFluff+20
2016 Aug 15 A conversation with my daughter that depressed me...35 Commentsnewtoredditsignup+0
2016 Oct 26 A couple of question regarding Firefox and privacy6 Commentspovpull+1
2013 Jun 07 A couple of things about PRISM don't add up, starting with the budget. Looks more like data interception than data mining0 Commentsandrewbirmingham2010+2
2015 Feb 09 A court managed what the complicit UK press couldn't: force GCHQ to tell the truth0 CommentsblackVPN+60
2013 Oct 10 A crack in Google Glass: Wearable technology's glassault on privacy1 Commentsliefj+6
2014 Apr 13 A creepy exchange with eBay10 Commentsusefulthings+9
2016 Jul 15 A crippling blow to the freedom of the Russian Internet1 Commentshugvo+17
2014 Jul 16 A critical look at Facebook 'emotion contagion' experiment0 Commentsmuscail+1
2013 Sep 09 A cryptographer's view on recent NSA revelations (x-post from /r/Linux)0 Commentspigfish+15
2015 May 08 A cybersecurity firm is being accused of faking hacks to squeeze money out of clients0 Commentsjimmyradola+2
2014 Sep 15 A day in the life of a data-mined kid2 Commentslegobreath+6
2016 Aug 05 A day in the life of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal0 Commentsbinarysneaker+1
2013 Jun 09 A decentralized alternative, hello meshnet.0 Commentsmeshnet_derp+3
2016 Oct 09 A decentralized web would give power back to the people online13 Commentsdilirst+42
2013 Sep 27 A designer has created a typeface that cannot be automatically mined for keywords by computers.1 Commentsmoon_is_cheese+4
2013 Dec 16 A discussion of current events.1 Comments_brutus_+3
2015 Jan 06 A feature of HTTPS can be used to track you.3 Commentsquietvision+11
2014 Dec 03 A female undercover agent from Hamburg police investigated house-squatters intimately for six years because of suspected criminal activities like house-squatting, street clashes and living illegally in construction trailers [German]1 CommentsDrunkRaven+6
2015 Feb 18 A few basic internet privacy tips in podcast format2 CommentsUOLCybertechinfo+0
2014 Jun 04 A few questions about LUKS encryption1 CommentsChizbang+4
2016 Sep 25 A few questions about Signal6 CommentsRubiksHQ+1
2016 May 07 A few questions about privacy14 Commentscharlesyj7+10
2015 Aug 03 A few questions about privacy using a word processing software3 CommentsVerralynn+1
2014 Feb 07 A few questions about using Tor6 Commentsprivacythrowaway1+1
2015 Jun 18 A few questions on how to get rid of googleapis.com3 CommentsFifthWheels+5
2013 Aug 04 A few things I've noticed recently that worry me10 CommentsHL-Mencken+2
2013 Jan 06 A few thoughts and questions about privacy, anonymity, morality, profit, and freedom.0 CommentsChoscura+6
2016 Jun 15 A few thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: What is differential Privacy?1 CommentstheKovah+3
2015 Sep 23 A first look at the Chinese operating system the government wants to replace Windows3 Commentsreaderseven+4
2015 Jul 17 A font that automatically censors NSA “spook” words as they are written2 CommentsLibertatea+13
2013 May 04 A former FBI counterterrorism agent claims that all US telephone calls are recorded and accessible to the government12 Commentscojoco+140
2017 Jan 12 A free website that offers open source information6 Commentsawindinthedoor+0
2015 Jun 29 A friend got a new phone and when he came over, my network information was saved. How?5 Comments1337haXXor+7
2014 Jun 07 A fully P2P, decentralized social network powered by Retroshare and FOSS0 Commentstrish1975+3
2014 Jan 27 A genetic “Minority Report”: How corporate DNA testing could put us at risk2 Commentstrilbey+45
2015 May 18 A good anonymous email service12 Commentscelebban+3
2016 Sep 06 A good blog post about Traffic Correlation attacks on the Tor network and it's success rates at scale.0 Comments96584752+6
2014 May 29 A good blog post about the recent happenings with TrueCrypt0 CommentsDuncanKeyes+10
2016 Jun 21 A good list of Personally Identifiable Information (PII)0 CommentsNathanHouse+3
2013 Apr 21 A good place to host a simple webpage?4 Commentssoldeace+1
2016 Feb 20 A good way of visualising the FBI vs Apple debacle (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)2 Commentsprivacypatriot+8
2013 Jun 11 A grassroots movement on Reddit just sprang up to take a full page out in the New York Times in protest of the NSA's surveillance of millions of Americans, but their funding campaign needs your help!0 CommentsSuperConductiveRabbi+73
2015 Nov 01 A great introduction to tor and what it does - watch the first half an hour for an overview3 Commentshoorayboo+38
2013 Nov 04 A group of 70 human rights organisations have written an open letter to David Cameron arguing that the UK government's response to the revelations of mass surveillance of digital communications is "eroding fundamental human rights in the country".8 CommentsLibertatea+223
2012 Oct 27 A group of Dutch rappers made a music video about privacy (the lyrics are also Dutch)1 CommentsWill-Do+4
2016 Mar 21 A group of anti-privacy California state legislators is attempting to sneak through a bit of legislation that would authorize the creation of privacy-defeating backdoors in all mobile devices sold in California.4 Commentsmoe-hong+66
2016 Mar 23 A guide for journalists that need to defend their work from governments2 CommentsNINNY_looloo+7
2014 Oct 03 A guide to disappearing from the internet - is it possible?3 CommentsWalker889+14
2013 Feb 07 A guide to good business practices to protect customer privacy0 CommentsMadPooter+3
2012 Feb 21 A guide to the Deepweb (aka Tor)16 Commentstorthor+23
2013 Sep 06 A guide to the latest NSA/GCHQ news for the less technical1 Commentsstephenmcleod+0
2016 Sep 27 A handy site that makes searching through voter registration information easy. Includes full addresses, full dob, even email addresses.1 CommentsStratty88+0
2014 Aug 04 A hemp, bamboo/silver fabric phone case to block NSA surveillance of your cell phone6 Commentsprivacyondemand+3
2013 Apr 25 A hidden world, growing beyond control0 Commentsmeyamashi+10
2013 Jun 15 A hideous Google pleads, "Don't look at me!"0 CommentsNotebookM+3
2015 Sep 29 A high resolution photo taken at a Football game clearly shows every single fan in the stands. 68,756 people.3 Commentseigh7+17
2015 Jul 20 A history of backdoors: "How real-world government access proposals have fared in practice -- and how the actual record is worse than any technologist could have imagined at the time"1 Commentsshogabus+13
2014 Apr 28 A judge in the US has ordered Microsoft to hand over a customer's emails, even though the data is held on a server in Ireland.22 Commentscameronj+272
2011 Nov 28 A law student takes on Facebook's privacy policy [The Stream-Al Jazeera English]0 CommentsAJStream+7
2016 May 06 A lawsuit alleging that Facebook photo tagging violates user privacy has cleared a crucial early hurdle2 Commentsfrenzy3+101
2017 Jan 08 A lawyer rewrote Instagram's terms of service for kids. Now you can understand all of the private data you and your teen are giving up to social media — Quartz34 Commentslebcas+472
2017 Jan 13 A lawyer rewrote Instagram’s terms of use ‘in plain English’ so kids would know their privacy rights0 Commentskerne1_pan1c+9
2015 Nov 18 A layman's guide to encrypting your hard drive11 Commentsdanielharker+2
2013 Oct 02 A legal defense team takes on mass NSA telephone surveillance1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+2
2012 Oct 18 A lesser-known new feature in iOS 6: It's tracking you everywhere0 Commentsantdude+1
2014 Dec 08 A list of easy privacy solutions for the not-so-tech-savvy1 CommentsCryptoComPw+5
2013 Nov 15 A little doubt about GPG5 Commentsnaughtysnake+7
2014 Mar 03 A little gem/game released to the public domain1 Commentstheresacrack+3
2016 Jul 10 A little help and guidance needed2 Commentsphish_taco+1
2015 Aug 03 A little-known feature of the HTML5 specification means that websites can find out how much battery power a visitor has left on their laptop or smartphone – and now, security researchers have warned that that information can be used to track browsers online.106 CommentsLibertatea+369
2015 Feb 21 A lobbying blitz by influential technology firms could make or break the government’s spying powers this year, and the Snowden leak probably made things for the White House much, much worse.0 Commentsjohnmountain+8
2017 Jan 15 A look at how private messengers handle key changes4 Commentslolnololnonono+23
2015 Feb 15 A look at the new Canadian federal copyright legislation0 Commentsmagicfab+12
2016 May 06 A look inside the Department of Homeland Security's cyberhub5 CommentsgiIEk+7
2015 Sep 15 A look into LastPass0 Commentshanger_s+2
2015 Dec 02 A lot of people seem to be interested in how to buy bitcoins without using ID . We made this video to show you the top 5 ways to do so. Enjoy!4 CommentsThe_Daily_Decrypt+8
2015 Jul 13 A man created a font that tells you if the NSA might think you're a terrorist3 CommentsVailhem+0
2013 Jun 25 A man named Sang Mun invents a NSA Proof front.0 CommentsELite_Predator28+0
2015 Mar 07 A man was detained at the Canadian border for refusing to give up his phone password31 Commentsucccft+288
2014 May 02 A marketing stunt for the Ubisoft game "Watch Dogs" is inadvertently allowing users to check how well they've set up their Facebook privacy settings.5 CommentsMJantti+26
2015 Dec 26 A message from George Orwell: your digital rights4 Commentszxxx+81
2014 Sep 18 A message from Tim Cook about Apple’s commitment to your privacy.4 CommentsLeoPanthera+7
2015 Mar 23 A method for improving the visual appeal of the Wireshark IO Graph0 Commentsresetpass+14
2016 May 19 A million machines enslaved by Man-in-the-middle Google ad fraud botnet2 Commentsflaggwiz+30
2012 Jul 24 A minor miracle occurred early last year when the FBI tried to shake down a phone company for customer records during an investigation: the company said no2 Commentsmaxwellhill+18
2016 Mar 05 A month ago, I posted my VPN Comparison Chart with tons of data on over 100 different services. After observing the poor state of the industry, I present to you a major update - ACCOUNTABILITY13 CommentsThatOnePrivacyGuy+146
2012 May 20 A mother accuses school of forcing 13 yr-old girl to give Facebook password9 Commentsmaxwellhill+44
2016 Feb 13 A must if you want to stay private3 Commentsthrowmongo+0
2015 May 27 A nasty new iPhone bug is doing the rounds, and it involves a string of characters that, when sent in a message, crashes the recipient's phone.0 CommentsSybles+0
2016 Feb 01PDF A new Harvard report says the idea of FBI "going dark" because of crypto is false0 Commentsjohnalden1221+13
2012 Apr 11 A new ISP pledges to put your privacy first - always7 Commentsmaxwellhill+116
2014 Jan 21 A new day at the NSA1 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+1
2014 Jan 14 A new facial recognition app called NameTag, that allows anyone to instantly look up social media and dating profiles of someone whose photo they snap, has been developed for Android and Google Glass0 Commentsstrobexp+15
2015 May 01 A new fork of textsecure that supports encrypted SMS/MMS2 Commentstheanonymous_1+1
2014 Feb 20 A new free web browser app to fight back against social medi spying3 Commentsromainw1+3
2016 Jun 23 A new government report makes it clear that the FBI facial recognition database is not only much bigger than we thought, but it's also much more broken than we thought.1 Commentswheeler1432+1
2015 Jun 15 A new government supported project in Antwerp (Belgium): Track all the people!0 Commentsmartianmaid+6
2014 Oct 30 A new method of thwarting phone call meta data collection/making anonymous phone calls [CONCEPT/THEORY]17 Commentsscottscurvy+5
2015 Mar 17 A new organisation has sprung up, to promote regulation of big data as an economic justice issue rather than merely a privacy problem0 Commentspdehaye+10
2013 May 03 A new post from an anti-CISPA Facebook page inspired me to get more involved. So I'm sharing the post here.1 Commentsi0dine+9
2015 Sep 17 A new report ties the Russian government to a seven-year malware campaign0 Commentseltrevor+5
2012 Jun 22 A new status code to reflect internet censorship could be named after Ray Bradbury's most famous novel, Fahrenheit 4510 Commentsalwayspro+49
2013 Oct 10 A new study by KU Leuven-iMinds researchers has uncovered that 145 of the Internet’s 10,000 top websites track users without their knowledge or consent. The websites use hidden scripts to extract a device fingerprint from users’ browsers.0 CommentsAceyJuan+2
2016 May 24 A new study shows how government-collected “anonymous” data can be used to profile you0 CommentsLibertatea+0
2016 Apr 26 A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online6 Commentspolymute+89
2016 Mar 28 A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online. The research offers a sobering look at the oft-touted "democratizing" effect of social media and Internet access that bolsters minority opinion.2 CommentsLibertatea+89
2013 Sep 09 A new subreddit specifically for news stories about world governments infringing upon rights: Bad Government, No Freedom.0 CommentsAmericanDerp+0
2015 May 23 A nice guide to staying safe and anonymous on the Internet. Something to really consider. Especially these days.4 Comments4nis+17
2016 Aug 10 A nice list of all the ways that we are tracked, by one industry insider0 Commentsluispotro+2
2015 Jul 01 A note on privacy1 Commentsanon1253+2
2016 Sep 27 A number of YouTubers of note are shilling for this crap. BeCandid, BeBanned.3 Commentssizzletron+16
2012 Mar 15 A older friend of mine is being targeted on the internet. After she does a search she receives phone calls and emails about the topic.13 CommentsSecret_Identity_+12
2014 Nov 10 A one year collaboration around open source - an offline password keeper2 Commentsjfalcon206+7
2014 Mar 18 A perspective on whether in the new crowded digital economy humans will voluntarily allow all their digital activities to be fully tracked (optionally) to score credits and improve their prospects0 Commentsabhijaydatta+1
2014 Jun 03 A petition from french newspaper to let Snowden live in France - (pour que la France accorde l'asile à l'ancien consultant de la NSA, Edward Snowden )1 CommentsFredlamb+7
2013 Jul 01 A picture of what is likely to go on within the walls of the NSA's new Utah Data Center has come into focus with recently leaked documents on NSA surveillance, combined with prior revelations, building specifics, information from defense contractors and hints dropped by top NSA brass.5 Commentsjms1225+55
2012 Sep 19 A police officer's take on informational privacy and the police in the digital age 0 Commentscostheta+1
2014 Aug 14 A portable router that conceals your Internet traffic | Ars Technica2 Commentsspeckz+50
2012 Aug 15 A post about securing a bit more internet privacy... 2 CommentsNihiloZero+2
2012 Apr 02 A pretty interesting post on how to create a password!2 CommentsMarkR1234+3
2014 Dec 10 A privacy policy for cars: What automakers know about you (and what they’re doing with it)0 Commentsspeckz+15
2016 Jan 23 A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company, as seen on the top of your screen whenever you access YouTube.0 CommentsDHumphrey+5
2015 Dec 02 A privacy standard for Internet of Things suppliers0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+3
2017 Jan 17 A privacy-friendly Android keyboard?25 Commentsmenu-brush+11
2015 Mar 24 A program to help me hide my IP address?4 Commentsfuckthrowawayboy+3
2015 Jul 13 A project to build a $200 DIY Wi-Fi router to help whistleblowers hide online just disappeared under bizarre circumstances14 CommentsVailhem+74
2013 Aug 05 A public service announcement regarding the recent tor exploit from Operation NSA2 CommentsAnonymousOpNSA+24
2016 Mar 16 A question about NoRoot firewall.5 CommentsJoker4479+3
2012 Jul 04advice A question about VPNs1 CommentsFuZzY_BuBbLeS+23
2014 Nov 06 A question about browser extensions3 Commentskillthehighcourts+3
2013 Apr 16 A question about connecting to my VPN while at work5 CommentsArbor_Lucidity+3
2013 Aug 12 A question about email metadata1 CommentsAshtonKelso+3
2013 Jun 05 A question regarding CP Case7 CommentsRLQuestion+3
2013 Feb 10 A question regarding VPN services.479 Commentsstatistchildren+324
2012 Nov 30 A question regarding the FBI's use of 'roving bugs' and 'hardware/bios malware' on Android devices.3 CommentsThrowawayStowawy+8
2015 Feb 24 A quick Online test to see if you're vulnerable to the recent Superfish, Komodia, PrivDog vulnerabilities.0 CommentsIm_Special+4
2012 Apr 24Privacy Guides A quick guide to our current online privacy threats (SOPA/PIPA/ACTA/DEA/CCDA/CISPA)2 CommentsYamahiko+87
2015 Mar 29 A quick guide to staying secure online25 Commentsthunder9861+70
2013 Jan 22 A quick way to adjust your social media privacy settings.2 CommentsICanCatch20Too+3
2013 Jul 18 A rapidly growing network of police cameras is capturing, storing and sharing data on license plates, making it possible to stitch together people's movements whether they are stuck in a commute, making tracks to the beach or up to no good0 Commentsmepper+25
2016 Jan 05 A really informative interview with a former FBI agent on insider threats and the future of cybersecurity0 Commentssecretguy21+2
2014 Oct 22 A realty group just tried to get me to submit my all my bank card information on a site without HTTPS. Are there any laws in the US that can punish them for doing this?4 CommentsSimius+0
2014 Apr 14 A recap of 404 Day, where we call attention to Internet censorship in public schools and libraries in the United States0 Commentsoldbie+2
2012 Nov 10 A reddit dedicated to Live Operating Systems, /r/LiveOS0 Commentsbittorrent_over_i2p+0
2016 May 16 A reminder about metadata, since the supposed privacy advocates promoting WhatsApp seem to have forgotten...13 CommentsImVeryOffended+24
2013 Jun 25 A reminder for people signing up to Coursera's Signature Track0 Commentsmuyuu+5
2015 May 27 A reminder that your Instagram photos aren’t really yours: Someone else can sell them for $90,0004 Commentssalvia_d+23
2015 Nov 04 A reporter asks the NSA to release all information they have gathered on her. You could even do the same thing. ‪#‎goFOIAyourself‬8 Commentsmoizsyed+39
2014 Dec 30 A researcher recreated iPhone thumbprints using photographs and commercial software0 Commentsmeyamashi+1
2015 Jun 11 A review of UK phone and internet surveillance says current "undemocratic and unnecessary" laws need a complete overhaul. The UK government needed to do more to prove why security services should be able to monitor our web browsing histories for two years - as has been mooted.0 CommentsLibertatea+53
2014 Jun 30 A review of the Blackphone, the Android for the paranoid23 CommentsAceyJuan+41
2014 Aug 01 A salient reminder as to why you should never assume privacy on an open WiFi network: "I scan every wifi net i can connect to and upload that data for later."11 Commentsdustofnations+3
2016 Jan 29 A search engine for unsecured cameras0 Commentsjonfla+11
2016 Nov 03 A second Privacy Shield legal challenge increases threat to EU-US data flows1 CommentsmWo12+1
2011 Oct 21 A second life in a virtual environment: from simple socialization to revealing sensitive information0 Commentsantdude+0
2016 Apr 28 A secret 2015 court ruling unsealed this week shows that warrantless spying has already been formally approved by the FISA court.0 CommentsDeSlaye+16
2016 Jan 26 A secretive surveillance device confounds criminals, but raises privacy concerns0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+7
2016 Mar 19 A secure Skype replacement for Video calling, conferencing and chat: Jitsi16 Commentsdeirdre280+36
2014 Sep 30 A secure and private browser sandbox0 Commentsmortoray+2
2016 Oct 05 A secure messaging apps comparison site.2 Commentssecuremessagingapps+4
2016 Jan 12 A secure, anonymous, post-quantum secure communication protocol?1 Commentsterrorofsarnath+0
2013 Oct 16 A security vulnerability found on News Corp's websites in Australia potentially leaked highly personal information, including household income.0 Commentscojoco+8
2016 Apr 08 A short and easy exercise to teach friends and relatives who are way to eager to sign away their privacy.0 Commentssouthofnorth+3
2015 Jul 22 A short history of the NSA and surveillance in the US, 1971 - present day [Infographic]0 CommentsRussianClogs+24
2015 Oct 06 A short thought on the irrelevance of NSA reform5 CommentsNemesis6+17
2016 Jun 05 A side-benefit of spying by the NSA4 Commentstennessea+2
2015 Feb 17 A simple guide introducing people to SSH and OpenPGP?1 Commentsmagicfab+3
2013 Jun 13 A simple way to make it harder to read your emails.3 Commentsnotandxor+9
2015 Feb 02 A small privacy win for Reddit users14 Commentslightswitch05+302
2015 Mar 23 A small-scale alternative to proprietary cloud services?3 Commentskmand+4
2013 Nov 23 A spurned techie’s revenge: Locking down his ex’s digital life0 Commentsantdude+9
2013 Aug 12 A state where only a horde of unelected bureaucrats are allowed to have secrets is not a democratic state.1 Commentselverloho+14
2014 Sep 23 A state within a state at an alarming rate: Assange says NSA just keeps on growing3 Commentsyellowcakewalk+50
2013 Oct 22 A stranger's Apple ID appears on your Mac in conjunction with an update notice: Apple Support Communities0 Commentsantdude+1
2012 Mar 09 A study from Stanford University found supposedly anonymous data collected on personal web browsers were gathered and then sold. [Infographic]7 CommentsEquanimousMind+17
2011 Aug 09 A study into the face recognition instruments used by social networks has revealed the alarming ease with which private data can be exploited. 0 CommentsReddit-Politician+10
2012 Jan 25 A tale of two court cases: The same week that the Supreme Court found police officers need a warrant to use GPS in a potential criminal's car, a lower court ruled that people can be forced to give up the password to their encrypted hard drive without it being self-incrimination.0 Commentsexpertvoice+6
2016 Oct 21 A tamper-proof seal for posting packages..?8 Commentsfoooood4thought+3
2016 Apr 12Software A technological response to the BuzzFeed article, Spies in the Skies0 Commentsgngrbrdmnn+4
2013 May 22 A terrible amendment to the Texas CISPA bill was accepted into the House version. It removes 180 day limit for searches- now no express limit in the number of months/years a digital search warrant can go back.4 CommentsPhonebank+29
2012 Apr 12 A thorough debunking of the "I've got nothing to hide" argument.9 Commentsbreen+61
2014 Mar 23 A thought awakener. What reliable email-providers are out there? Anyone?19 CommentsSomban+1
2014 Jun 16 A tiny technical change in iOS 8 could stop marketers spying on you18 Commentsthegooddata+39
2014 Aug 22 A tracking free, no-login Facebook search engine3 Commentslolazord+0
2013 Sep 04 A trustworthy VPN service?29 CommentsGnashblade+16
2014 Mar 05 A vast hidden surveillance network runs across America, powered by the repo industry21 Commentspeter_tonoli+166
2016 Dec 26 A vintage year for snoopers and big state-ists0 CommentsSkuld+3
2014 May 01 A warning to users looking to recycle their old PCs : techsupport0 CommentsDrunkRaven+3
2016 Jan 15 A way around services that require cellphones?9 Commentsmak1405+3
2009 Sep 14 A web site that asks "anonymous" users for seemingly trivial information about themselves may be able to use that information to make a unique profile for an individual, or even look up that individual in other databases0 CommentsTheGrammarAnarchist+5
2016 Nov 25 A website that shows you what your browser could be tracking7 CommentstheKovah+13
2016 Jun 12 A website to tell you privacy concerns of programs?2 CommentsTripps117+18
2016 Nov 26 A wiki doc with list of all known privacy settings in Windows 109 Commentsnidnks+38
2016 Apr 24 A woman fights a lonely and frustrating battle to win back her privacy3 CommentsCyberSoldier+10
2016 Jul 29 A writeup about common fears of password managers8 Commentsseeqo+0
2013 Jun 11 A.C.L.U. Sues to Bar ‘Dragnet’ Collection of Phone Records0 Commentsinmersion+8
2016 Mar 23 AB-1681: Any smartphone manufactured and sold in CA is to have a backdoor7 Commentsbased2+17
2016 Oct 20 AB-Solution on Padavan?0 Commentsbumbacloth+1
2016 Aug 01 ABS using depreciated SHA-1 encryption for census website1 Commentsscuttle_trap+2
2014 Jan 30 ACLU & terrorism suspect challenges warrantless snooping law2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+28
2012 Jul 31 ACLU - The Biggest New Spying Program You’ve Probably Never Heard Of: 'What if a government spy agency had power to copy and data mine information about ordinary Americans from any government database?'0 Commentsmaxwellhill+11
2013 Apr 18 ACLU Asks Government to Investigate Phone Carriers Over Android Security Threat (r/cyberlaws x-post)0 CommentsTuneRaider+3
2014 Mar 14 ACLU Battles Connecticut Law Enforcement Agencies Over Retention Of Licence Plate Reader Data0 Commentsquantumcipher+18
2017 Jan 18 ACLU Blog - The Privacy Threat From Always-On Microphones Like the Amazon Echo3 CommentsTastyBrainMeats+90
2014 Oct 28 ACLU Calls Schools’ Policy to Search Devices and ‘Approve’ Kids’ Web Posts Unconstitutional1 Commentselectronics-engineer+80
2016 Oct 21 ACLU Demands Secret Court Hand Over Crucial Rulings on Surveillance Law....1 CommentsRIP_Meth_9000+11
2016 Oct 12 ACLU Exposes "1984-Style" Police Surveillance On Twitter, Facebook0 Commentsrepnoo+4
2016 Jul 18 ACLU FOIA Seeks Information About How Government Launders Evidence0 Commentsaclu+15
2013 Jun 11 ACLU Files Lawsuit Challenging NSA's Patriot Act Phone Surveillance0 CommentsKuduIO+21
2014 Jun 30 ACLU Interactive Map: States’ Privacy in the US on Four Key Issues0 Commentstrai_dep+9
2013 Jun 06 ACLU Petition: Stop The Massive Government Spying Program2 CommentsMLNYC+101
2015 Apr 16 ACLU Study: Federal Agencies Fail to Protect Whistleblower Communications, Terrorist Tip Line0 Commentsjohnmountain+5
2012 May 24 ACLU Sues As DOJ Ignores Surveillance Transparency Law0 Commentsmaxwellhill+44
2013 Dec 31 ACLU Sues Government Over International Calls0 Commentskulkke+12
2016 Nov 20 ACLU Sues for Answers on Warrantless Surveillance of Americans33 Commentsfrenzy3+719
2009 Aug 27 ACLU Sues for Records on Border Laptop Searches « TechPolitik0 CommentsTrapperKeeper+4
2013 Jan 27 ACLU Sues to Protect Privacy of Drug Prescriptions1 Commentsr3b3lang3l+39
2016 Oct 20 ACLU Wants 23 Secret Surveillance Laws Made Public0 Commentseleitl+1
2012 Sep 27 ACLU documents show increasing phone and internet surveillance by Department of Justice0 Commentsgorske+11
2016 Oct 11 ACLU exposes Facebook, Twitter for selling surveillance company user data0 CommentsSRW90+18
2012 Jul 06 ACLU files lawsuit against the federal government to find out to what extent the government is reading our emails and texts.0 Commentsprogrammerswife+77
2016 Oct 12 ACLU finds Chicago-based startup, Geofeedia, had leveraged social media APIs to gather data on protesters and gave information to police in several U.S. cities24 CommentsBeTripleG+451
2012 Sep 28 ACLU forces government to reveal skyrocketing surveillance stats1 Commentsantdude+48
2016 Mar 31 ACLU map shows locations of 63 ongoing phone-unlocking cases0 Commentsprivacypatriot+2
2016 Mar 13 ACLU petition to pardon Snowden has 55,654 out of the 60,000 signatures needed21 Commentsdroazen+450
2014 Apr 06 ACLU publishes hundreds of leaked documents about NSA surveillance3 Commentsakeryw+337
2016 Jan 01 ACLU slams Fresno police for testing social media surveillance software0 Commentsnikoma+29
2015 May 06 ACLU sues Fairfax County police to stop collecting license plate data0 CommentsOsterstriker+19
2013 Jun 11 ACLU sues Obama administration over NSA surveillance - latimes.com0 Commentsspeckz+39
2013 Jun 13 ACLU sues US government over metadata surveillance program3 Commentsantdude+241
2015 Mar 12 ACLU technologist: ‘Amazon has escaped the transparency spotlight’0 Commentsjohnmountain+9
2015 Feb 11 ACLU to UN: Encryption is Not A Problem to be Solved, But a Crucial Tool For Freedom and Security5 Commentsjohnmountain+147
2013 Nov 13 ACLU to law enforcement: Tell us how you get users’ search history, data0 Commentsantdude+7
2016 Jan 21 ACLU unveils privacy fight in 16 states1 CommentsBossman1086+13
2014 Mar 27 ACLU wins settlement for sixth-grader's Facebook posting -- ACLU sued Minnewaska school after sixth-grader was forced to give up password10 Commentsmepper+190
2015 Jun 01 ACLU's Chris Soghoian on What’s Wrong With the Debate on Section 2150 Commentsjohnmountain+2
2016 Jun 07 ACLU's guide to a few easy steps everyone should take to protect their privacy0 Commentsaclu+10
2013 May 07 ACLU, EFF sue for license plate record disclosure in Los Angeles0 CommentsTuneRaider+37
2011 Jun 01 ACLU, union sue to stop Scott’s drug-testing policies0 Commentsshallah+9
2015 Feb 23 ACLU-Obtained Documents Reveal Breadth of Secretive Stingray Use in Florida: The documents paint a detailed picture of police using an invasive technology — one that can follow you inside your house — in many hundreds of cases and almost entirely in secret0 Commentsmaxwellhill+72
2014 Oct 17 ACLU: "Director Comey is wrong in asserting that law enforcement cannot do its job while respecting Americans’ privacy rights. In fact, federal law explicitly protects the right of companies to add encryption with no backdoors"0 Commentswonkadonk+143
2012 Jul 17 ACLU: "reasonable suspicion" not good enough for GPS tracking0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2013 Mar 28CodeRed ACLU: DOJ Emails Show Feds Were Less Than "Explicit" With Judges On Cell Phone Tracking Tool0 Commentswhitefangs+29
2013 Jul 17 ACLU: Digital dragnet ensnares millions of innocent drivers0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+10
2013 Sep 10 ACLU: Documents Shed Light on Border Laptop Searches0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2012 Dec 09 ACLU: It's Time to Modernize our Privacy Law - Current loopholes in our privacy laws allow police to access many types of electronic communications -- emails, text messages, private information held by Google and Facebook -- with just an administrative subpoena 4 Commentsshallah+110
2012 May 06 ACLU: Maryland Passes Nation's First Social Media Privacy Protection Bill: Gov. O’Malley signed into law the bill that bans employers from requesting employees' or job applicants' usernames/passwords... as a condition of employment2 Commentsmaxwellhill+61
2016 Oct 27 ACLU: Social Media Helps Police Spy On Activists0 Commentspizzaiolo_+5
2015 Dec 15 ACLU:This Surveillance Software is Probably Spying on #BlackLivesMatter0 Commentstcentro+9
2012 Feb 20 ACTA is part of a multi-decade, worldwide copyright campaign0 Commentsmeltphaced+29
2012 Dec 14Advice ADVICE - Cell Phone Battery Cut Off Switch11 Commentsconsorts+9
2015 Feb 23 AFP backs privacy and metadata over anonymity0 Commentssallycomstock+1
2016 Feb 28 AFWall and Orbot - strange problem3 Commentsjoiajwef+4
2016 Sep 12 AI Can Recognize Your Face Even If It's Pixelated1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Oct 27 AI-powered body scanners could soon be inspecting you in public. Soon to be demoed at train stations too.0 Commentscelticwhisper+11
2016 Jan 28 AIMSICD icon always yellow1 Commentsrick234+3
2016 Oct 23Software AIMSICD, an Android app to detect IMSI-Catchers2 Commentsnatema1+9
2014 Apr 25 AISight - The World's Only Behavioural Recognition System for Video Surveillance0 Commentspaperzplz+2
2015 Jan 30 ALERT: Facebook password NOT case sensitive13 Commentscrafted_co+33
2015 Aug 05 ALL Windows 10 privacy settings2 Commentsolemir+1
2015 Apr 01 ALPR and Why Privacy Matters (simplified version)0 Commentsdcthinker+1
2015 Mar 23 AMA Highlights: Jameel Jaffer of ACLU, Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, and Lila Tretikov, exec director of Wikimedia, are suing the NSA over its mass surveillance. They did a Reddit Ask Me Anything on Mar 20, 2015.0 Commentsamahighlights+10
2013 Jul 11 AMA about digital privacy rights with Cullen Hoback, director of "Terms and Conditions May Apply," and ACLU's Christopher Soghoian.0 Commentsnorthbynortheast+6
2014 Jun 05 AMA now on "What we know now: 1 year after Snowden" with Access, Silent Circle, EDRi, and Eleanor Saitta0 Commentsastepanovich+5
2015 Jun 08verified AMA AMA with the German Team of Lavaboom126 Commentsflixi90+38
2014 Feb 11 AMA with “The Day We Fight Back” organizers is going on right now, check it out!0 Commentsr_d_olivaw+3
2013 Nov 12 AMA yesterday with Ladar Levison, owner and operator of Lavabit0 Commentssincerelydon+13
2014 May 12 AMD Trustzone: I've got a bad feeling about this.2 CommentsXSSpants+7
2015 Jun 11 ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Freedom Act fails to curtail NSA snooping - "..NSA will continue to take both metadata and content."10 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+224
2010 Jun 22 AOL proactively scans email for child porn.4 CommentsSageRaven+7
2014 Aug 15 AOL, Adobe, Salesforce Among 30 US Companies Said To Be Violating EU Data Transfer Deal1 Commentsbased2+26
2013 May 20 AP Phone Records Scandal Highlights a Broader Problem: Lack of Checks and Balances on Government Access to Records0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+13
2016 Sep 28 AP: Across US, police officers abuse confidential databases4 Commentsreaderseven+154
2016 Aug 27 APShook64.dll ?6 Commentspulpheroe+0
2015 Jan 16 AQAP spokesman uses mobile messenger to communicate with press, wonder which one?1 Commentsbrett88+4
2016 Feb 04 ARGUS - long-range high def surveillance sensor that watches what you do1 Commentsruskeeblue+2
2014 Jun 20 ARIN's insistence on publishing the name and address of anyone with a /29 or greater is a violation of privacy and can even be dangerous.0 Commentsbobcat+8
2014 Mar 19 ASIO Pushes for Telcos to Retain More Data on Australians; AG Wants Forced Decryption or Face Charges0 Commentsquantumcipher+7
2012 Jul 19 ASIO gets virtually unlimited spying power. Encryption effectively outlawed. They can view your web history, all forms of communication. They're immune to civil and criminal charges. Literally a police state.2 Commentsglados_v2+95
2014 Sep 29 ASIO is getting new powers to wiretap Australia and immunity from criminal and civil prosecution. I decided to redesign their logo.6 Commentsreactive_ennui+116
2014 Feb 28 ASK: Would you use a messenger that generates a key that can expire?2 Commentsprivacy12345+1
2016 Jan 18 ASUS Routers ship with built-in (non opt-out) Trend Micro Web Scanning at the hardware level.10 CommentsQuiteTheMagician+46
2016 Jun 04 AT&T CEO Says He Can’t Deploy Robocall Blockers Without FCC Approval. He’s Wrong2 Commentssadatay+10
2016 Jan 22 AT&T CEO won’t join Tim Cook in fight against encryption backdoors.24 CommentsTacoma_Trees+234
2016 Feb 10 AT&T Does Not Care about Your Privacy1 Commentsspeckz+11
2015 Aug 15 AT&T Helped N.S.A. Spy on an Array of Internet Traffic3 Commentssysrq_c+41
2015 Aug 17 AT&T Helped U.S. Spy on Internet on a Vast Scale0 CommentsVirtualbasis+6
2016 Oct 25 AT&T Is Spying on Americans for Profit. New documents reveal the telecom giant is doing NSA-style work for law enforcement—without a warrant—and earning millions of dollars a year from taxpayers.2 Commentstrai_dep+128
2013 Dec 21 AT&T Joins Verizon, Will Publish Data On Phone Call Records0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+12
2014 Feb 12 AT&T Offers Austin ISP Customers $30/mo to Submit to Data Collection3 Commentseddievb+41
2015 Feb 17 AT&T Says It Will Match Google Fiber's Speed & Pricing, But Only If You Allow AT&T To Spy On You43 Commentsjohnmountain+454
2012 Oct 12 AT&T Starts Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Plan Next Month, Will Block Websites16 CommentsArmed_Liberal+46
2014 Nov 15 AT&T Stops Using Undeletable Phone Tracking IDs - ProPublica3 Commentsspeckz+55
2013 Dec 11 AT&T accused of violating privacy law with sale of phone records to CIA5 Commentstrilbey+145
2015 Feb 19 AT&T charges $29 for privacy. Time for others to do the same6 CommentsEvalynVandewalle+5
2015 Feb 16 AT&T charges $29 more for gigabit fiber that doesn’t watch your Web browsing14 Commentslapall+129
2015 Apr 08 AT&T fined $25 million after call center employees stole customers’ data | Ars Technica6 Commentsspeckz+85
2014 Oct 08 AT&T fires insider for slurping customers' social security numbers, driver licenses and more3 CommentsMusikPolice+48
2015 Aug 17 AT&T helped the NSA spy on the UN's internet traffic (updated)0 CommentsCapnTrip+2
2016 Oct 26 AT&T is making millions by selling your phone records to law enforcement0 Commentsreaderseven+185
2016 Nov 30 AT&T is selling your privacy to cops. Tell them what you think!0 Commentsmercyful_fade+6
2014 Nov 16 AT&T kills the 'permacookie,' stops tracking customers' Internet usage (for now)4 Commentscrazypelican+203
2016 Jul 05 AT&T offers Atlanta discount on gigabit service in exchange for customers allowing it to track their searches.13 Commentsh00rayforstuff+51
2013 Dec 11 AT&T offers gigabit internet discount in exchange for your web history, using deep packet inspection0 Comments-Gavin-+13
2012 Jun 28 AT&T plans on cashing in on your usage information. Be sure to opt out of this here.3 CommentsGreenDaemon+54
2016 Oct 28 AT&T requires police to hide Hemisphere phone spying1 CommentsillDecree+19
2014 Jun 14 AT&T says customer data accessed to unlock smartphones | ITworld0 Commentsspeckz+10
2013 Jul 04 AT&T says it’s considering selling its customers’ wireless and Wi-Fi locations, U-verse usage, website browsing habits, mobile app usage and “other information.”21 CommentsGonzoVeritas+227
2013 Jun 16 AT&T to Load iPhones With Emergency Alerts From Obama – That You Can’t Switch Off0 Commentsmmofan+4
2015 Mar 31 AT&T wants $139 a month, or your privacy, for superfast Internet6 CommentsMalcomGuss+14
2015 Mar 11 AT&T's Cozy NSA Ties Brought Up In Attempt To Scuttle DirecTV Merger0 Commentsjohnmountain+22
2014 Feb 19 AT&T's First Transparency Report Reveals Warrantless Demands for Customer Data0 CommentsBlankVerse+13
2014 Feb 19 AT&T's first transparency report reveals 300,000 total law enforcement requests2 Commentsquantumcipher+82
2014 Nov 30 AT&T's insightful response to a letter I sent them concerning their HTTP supercookie test.75 Commentsunnecessarily+158
2016 Oct 26 AT&T's spying program is ‘worse than the Snowden revelations’16 CommentsevanFFTF+567
2014 May 15 AT&T, Comcast, and Snapchat are laggards on privacy policies | Ars Technica0 Commentsspeckz+60
2011 Dec 04 AT&T, Sprint confirm use of Carrier IQ software on handsets1 Commentsantdude+9
2014 May 14 AT&T’s GigaPower plans turn privacy into a luxury that few would choose4 CommentsTwylaSohen+86
2015 Mar 27 AT&T’s plan to watch your Web browsing—and what you can do about it | Ars Technica47 Commentsspeckz+237
2013 Aug 03 ATF grabs camera from man taking pictures of cars in front of federal building to delete the pictures for privacy1 Commentsrandomhumanuser+28
2013 Jul 30 ATM Skimmers (credit card theft) at gas stations have matured0 Commentstony121+8
2016 May 20 ATTENTION ALL AMAZON USERS - PRIVACY FAIL1 CommentsMotorMR+1
2016 Nov 22 AUA on the geopolitics of cybersecurity on /r/Geopolitics with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace0 Commentsdieyoufool3+1
2014 May 04 AV Comparatives analysis of Data Transmission of security products0 Commentssimplesammm+4
2015 Apr 29 AVG Crumble Blocks Tracking on Sites You Visit, No Lists Required (similar to Ghostery)2 Commentspufan+1
2015 Mar 02 AVG Reveals Invisibility Glasses at Pepcom Barcelona. It is supposed to misslead face-detection like the facebook one.3 Commentscm-t+2
2015 Sep 16 AVG anti virus just updated there privacy policy. it says that they can and will sell your browsing history to 3rd parties.772 Commentspingike99+1667
2015 Sep 28 AVG anti-virus is selling your web browsing history18 Commentstarkay+83
2015 Sep 22 AVG can sell your browsing and search history to advertisers (Wired UK)11 Commentsavadhutsawant+190
2015 Mar 03 AVG is developing invisibility glasses2 CommentsVailhem+2
2016 Apr 14 AWAKE NET - What is the most important thing you could be working on in the world right now? ... And if you're not working on that, why aren't you? (Aaron Swartz)0 Commentsfede9niko+1
2014 Feb 11 Aaron Swartz - SOPA and The Day We Fight Back0 Commentsdefiantketchup+14
2013 Dec 11 Aaron Swartz: The Documentary - Teaser0 Commentssalvia_d+14
2016 May 24 Aaron Toponce: Say Allo To Insecurity0 Commentsnikoma+1
2015 Oct 29 Abandon Android (smartphone) and move to dumbphone?10 Commentsnobluename+8
2016 Dec 21 Abandoning mobile phone; In search of new portable communication device.7 Commentszcjvg+15
2016 May 11 About FireFox which JondoFox and privacytools.io which I customized by oneself recommend.0 Commentsfdshdjhr+0
2015 Oct 03 About Storing Personal Data Online0 CommentsOCTB+2
2016 Jul 15 About Whois Privacy6 CommentsAres3DA+7
2016 Mar 13 About Wire's new privacy policy16 Commentsnachoig+10
2015 Mar 11 About the "crazy conspiracy theory" regarding FB/Instagram using your phone's microphone0 Commentsorbat+6
2015 Sep 18 About the AVG Privacy stuff - I contacted them, they had a special meeting and e-mailed me a link to their new "privacy page".17 Commentsmodelturd+45
2013 Jul 11 About the NSA snooping around0 CommentsawesomeOriginalName+0
2015 May 20 About the transmission of the email using CounterMail.com2 CommentsRED-CN+6
2014 Feb 26 About your TSA fingerprints.. TSA expands Pre-Check, but what happens to fingerprints submitted to be in the program?0 Commentsquantumcipher+13
2014 May 14 Abuses of power to erode privacy are everywhere.1 CommentsDom_T4+24
2015 Feb 01 Academic study about Facebook Likes2 Commentsuzerhoser55+10
2016 Oct 02 Academics Reveal Online Anonymity Is Impossible To Achieve When Using Social Media1 CommentsmWo12+4
2016 Apr 11 Academics claim Google Android two-factor authentication is breakable1 Commentsflaggwiz+10
2017 Jan 01 Access to internet, phone and email history tracked by Australia's mandatory data retention scheme to be expanded20 Comments_______kim+167
2014 Jun 24 Accessing Google Play without having to register your smartphone/tablet5 Commentspocketbandit+10
2016 May 04 Accessing non https sites on Tor with Startpage proxy sensible?1 Commentsruegge214+2
2013 Sep 20 Accidently stayed connected on company VPN while browsing porn4 Commentspoy348+2
2014 May 07 According to Firefox users, the top issue surrounding the Web right now, in every region surveyed, is privacy.53 Commentsotakugrey+458
2013 Jun 11 According to Google Hot Searches more people searched for "national donut day" (200,000+) than for "prism" (100,000+) and "nsa" (50,000+). This search on Trends suggests otherwise. Is Hot Searches censored?11 Commentstmalsburg2+81
2016 Aug 25 According to Privacy Guard on my phone, Facebook has requested to know my location over 40,000 times in the past 90 days.45 CommentsRandomguy81724+145
2016 Aug 26 According to Privacy Guard on my phone, Facebook has requested to know my location zero times in the past 90 days.4 CommentsOkeydokeyCyborg95+2
2015 Nov 25 According to Tor, its major backers in this year alone have included the US Department of State, Reddit, the National Science Foundation, Radio Free Asia, and what the group only calls "an anonymous North American ISP."16 CommentsProGamerGov+42
2017 Jan 15 According to this, DuckDuckGo can't be trusted. Thoughts?12 Commentscircularlens+3
2015 Feb 26 Account password security & privacy when logging on websites that doesn't use ssl(https) at all?4 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+2
2016 Mar 28 Accounts tied to Primary Email being attacked, What do I do?9 CommentsError_Lord+3
2015 Sep 14 Acer tech support chat new my moms name but i bought the damnn thing on craigslist20 Commentsgetcrunk55+6
2012 Apr 27Advice Achieving Net Anonymity2 CommentsFrank769+8
2016 Nov 17 Achieving full anonymity while using the internet - possible?5 Commentshwthorne+1
2012 May 01 Action Kit: Stop CISPA In 5 Minutes (and 4 steps) | Business Insider0 Commentsronocdh+3
2016 Jul 12 Action against nuisance calls in June0 CommentsICOnews+3
2015 Jun 16 Activating phone anon over tor1 Commentsmrpotatoes711+2
2015 Dec 28 Activating prepaid SIM without burner phone.4 Commentsfiveohseven+1
2015 Nov 16 Active Vulnerability: Millions of Medical Records Are Exposed Right Now and Nobody Seems to Care1 Commentsbrianhama+6
2014 Jul 31 Active attack on Tor network tried to decloak users for five months0 Commentsantdude+44
2016 Dec 22 Activist can sue Trump golf resort for breach of privacy, court rules3 Commentsema645+33
2014 Jul 02 Activist communications providers sue UK spies over surveillance — Tech News and Analysis0 Commentsthegooddata+3
2014 Apr 24 Activist group2 Comments_walshie_+2
2016 Aug 08 Activist who beat Facebook isn't satisfied by new privacy rules0 Commentsshoresgaven+24
2014 Aug 28 Activists Sound Alarm as More Police Departments Consider Using Drones0 Commentsquantumcipher+4
2014 Apr 10 Activists Train International Civil Rights Defenders in Sweden about Internet Surveillance and Privacy0 CommentsQueerAvenger+2
2013 Dec 12 Activists drape anti-NSA banner on employees' drive to work1 CommentsShahid-Buttar+5
2012 Apr 07 Activists fight "cyber-security" bill that would give NSA more data0 Commentsttruth1+19
2013 Jan 25 Activists in Berlin are teaming up to trash surveillance cameras. (x-post from world news)1 Commentssvenskt+41
2013 Aug 04 Activists stage second national day of protest against NSA's domestic spying1 Commentsdouglasmacarthur+26
2016 Sep 06 Activists to FBI: Show Us Your Warrant for Mass Hack of TorMail Users16 CommentsAnonymousAurele+363
2013 Aug 04 Activists to protest on 1984 Day in 20 U.S. cities today0 Commentsdouglasmacarthur+4
2013 Jan 24 Actual Facebook Graph Searches Are Creepily Specific0 CommentsMellowTime+20
2016 Nov 13 Actual Good BTC Mixer?2 CommentsObiSi+2
2014 Aug 27 Actual HIPAA Audit Letter Following a Data Breach0 CommentsdmiNetworking+1
2016 May 23 Actually Free Background Check/Public Record Search Sites in 20164 Commentsnickgilbert1994+3
2016 Mar 03 Ad Blockers Are Making Money Off Ads (And Tracking, Too)9 Commentsantdude+14
2014 May 20 Ad Exchange-Publisher leaks cookies, evades blocking.0 Commentsschauw+14
2016 Oct 28 Ad Industry to FCC on Privacy Rules: You Got It Wrong0 Commentstheyseemeroland+1
2015 Jan 17 Ad Network Turn Will Suspend Zombie Cookie Program. When Will Verizon?2 CommentsKerberos53+27
2014 Jan 18 Ad blockers: A solution or a problem?9 Commentsbased2+10
2013 Apr 29 Ad guy says the tracking cookie will be dead in five years7 Commentsantdude+7
2012 Oct 16 Ad industry launching a $1 million propaganda/lobbying campaign to convince consumers that tracking doesn't violate privacy. 12 Commentsaltsignal+93
2016 May 31 Ad injection company 50onred has a culture that makes it hard for devs to leave3 CommentsBradyDale+3
2013 Jul 17 Ad man: Mozilla 'radicals' and 'extremists' want to wreck internet economy ('Anti-business values' behind Firefox cookie-blocking scheme)2 Commentsharry_nash+23
2016 Apr 23 Ad-blocker blocking websites face legal peril at hands of privacy bods0 CommentsCyberSoldier+21
2013 Sep 26 Ad-tracking Controls Need Serious New Direction0 CommentsAnnieCBai+1
2013 Oct 01 Ad-tracking controls need serious new direction0 CommentsDataNeutrality+4
2014 Apr 25 AdBlock Plus & Edge leaking subscription lists22 Commentspill_+24
2016 May 09 AdBlock Plus passes 500 million downloads2 Commentsjonfla+34
2014 Jul 08 AdBlock Plus sued by German marketing companies - Neowin1 Commentssimplesammm+6
2013 Oct 24 AdBlock subscription lists: which ones and how are they different?20 Commentsoroboros74+12
2012 Mar 08 AdBlock, NoScript & Ghostery – The Trifecta Of Evil [Opinion]32 Commentsmistakebythecake+18
2013 Jun 25 AdLeaks, anonymous whistleblowing even if your network is monitored0 Commentswhitefangs+10
2017 Jan 05 AdNauseam banned from the Google Web Store12 Commentsxuqz+53
2013 Aug 11 Adam Curtis: Maybe the real state secret is that spies aren't very good at their jobs and don't know very much about the world.3 Commentsfutrawo+11
2016 Dec 06 Adam Ruins Everything - Why Facebook Isn’t Free0 Commentsantdude+3
2013 Sep 14 Adblock Edge vs Adblock Plus; is Adblock Edge is faster or is it has any advantages over Adblock Plus?10 Commentsmahmutsu+20
2014 Jan 05 Adblock Plus's EasyPrivacy list does NOT block google analytics, here's how to fix it14 CommentsAnti-anty-antie0+16
2016 Feb 08 Adblock Plus, scourge of websites, seeks industry deal2 CommentsAtlasDM+0
2015 Oct 03 Adblock extension with 40 million users sells to mystery buyer, refuses to name new owner24 Commentstrai_dep+97
2015 Oct 05 Adblock extension with 40 million users sells to mystery buyer, refuses to name new owner1 CommentsDat_B1rd+7
2016 Feb 13 Adblock via /etc/hosts2 Commentsbased2+9
2013 Jul 11 Adblock vs Adblock Plus on Chrome2 Commentslunarjar+7
2015 Jan 04 Adblock-Pro's EasyList-Privacy is whitelisting analytics companies126 CommentsLucyGloom+308
2016 Mar 16 Adblocking: advertising ‘accounts for half of data used to read articles’. Publisher pages are ‘bloated’, says Enders Analysis: 18% to 79% of data downloaded on mobiles is from ads.5 Commentstrai_dep+63
2015 Jul 16 Add law enforcement as additional communication partner.9 CommentsApfelbaumFlo+0
2013 Nov 14 Add some and please correct this list of tips0 CommentsUnkn0wnn+3
2015 Oct 30 Add-ons to Tor browser?2 Commentsparryparrythrustthru+6
2014 Apr 15 Adding "_nomap" to the end of a SSID opts out of Google's WiFi Geo-Location services8 Commentspirates-running-amok+6
2016 Apr 07 Adding End-To-End Encryption To WhatsApp Is Great...But Not Quite As Secure As People May Think2 CommentsRyydA+7
2013 Aug 25 Adding more Tor to your day, leading up to a total network Tor with pfSense0 CommentsSoCo_cpp+7
2016 Oct 05 Additional security and privacy risks of light sensors0 Commentsbased2+2
2016 Jun 27 Addon to spoof typing patterns (like KeyboardPrivacy for Chrome)?3 Commentsrieje+13
2014 Jul 24 Addthis "canvas fingerprint" explanation. We wanted to try a new way to secretly spy on you but we drop it because it didn't work.... Thank You Addthis!2 CommentsAMC-com+8
2016 May 03 Adecuación a la LOPD con workflow y gestión documental. Taller práctico0 CommentsCapMontoro+0
2013 Dec 03 Adelphic gets patent for ad tech that goes 'beyond cookies'. The patent covers technology that can identify an individual user who has one or more network connected devices, a group of users, a device with multiple applications including web browsers and apps, or a group of devices.0 Comments_trendspotter+1
2016 Nov 11 Adios, Hola! - Why you should immediately uninstall Hola0 Commentscupboard1+7
2013 Jul 18 Admen's suggested tweaks to Do Not Track filed straight into the bin. Thanks, but no thanks, say W3C's anti-web-stalking bods0 Commentsharry_nash+9
2016 Mar 15 Administration Grants FBI More Raw Access To NSA Data Just As FBI Claims To Be Implementing New Minimization Procedures6 Commentsmizfy+267
2013 Aug 20 Administration Keeps Chipping Away At The Fourth Amendment; Asks Supreme Court To Allow Warrantless Cell Phone Searches2 Commentsfruitygerbils+172
2016 Feb 12 Administration denies playing ‘shell game’ with spy programs0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+7
2012 Jul 12 Administration privacy approach to get first test0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+5
2013 Dec 04 Administration to review facial recognition technology0 Commentstrilbey+3
2015 Apr 10 Admitting Tracking ‘Bug,’ Facebook Defends European Privacy Practices1 Commentsjimmyradola+15
2015 Nov 22 Adnauseum (SP?)0 CommentsI_Am_The_Spider+3
2013 Oct 29 Adobe Breach Impacted At Least 38 Million Users1 CommentsAdelleChattre+48
2013 Feb 20 Adobe Flashplayer, Website Privacy Settings panel: Be amazed and horrified at which websites have permission to use your web-cam.4 CommentsPiscator629+12
2014 Oct 07 Adobe Responds to Reports of Their Spying, Offers Half Truths and Misleading Statements2 CommentsJDGumby+48
2014 Oct 08 Adobe Spyware Reveals Again the Price of DRM: Your Privacy and Security3 Commentswonkadonk+50
2015 Oct 15 Adobe confirms major Flash vulnerability, and the only way to protect yourself is to uninstall Flash51 CommentsSybles+350
2016 Mar 24 Adobe figures out how to track people as they switch between devices8 Commentsjonfla+66
2013 Dec 09 Adobe giving out advice on security while ignoring privacy.0 Commentsprairiewest+7
2013 Oct 03 Adobe hacked, 3 million accounts compromised | Security & Privacy26 Commentstrailer_park_jesus+212
2014 Oct 07 Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their eBook Libraries7 CommentsJDGumby+101
2013 Dec 15 Adobe says breach notification taking longer than anticipated0 Commentsantdude+0
2016 Mar 22 Adobe will track you across all your devices with new co-op project2 Commentsfantastic_comment+21
2017 Jan 19 Adobe's naughty Chrome telemetry code had XSS problem0 Commentsramen-hero+1
2014 Oct 08 Adobe’s e-book reader sends your reading logs back to Adobe—in plain text [Updated]2 CommentsdatJedi+16
2016 Mar 10 Adoption and Privacy3 Commentsthrowmongo+1
2016 Sep 16 Ads and ISPs join together against FCC privacy push0 Commentsgeekynerdynerd+3
2015 Sep 15 Ads based on your browsing history quietly hit Firefox's New Tab page91 Commentsgoonye+282
2012 Mar 20 Ads in Android apps put users' privacy at risk9 Commentsttruth1+9
2015 Nov 17 Adsuck – a small DNS server that spoofs blacklisted addresses0 Commentschocopouet+17
2016 Dec 13 Adult Toys Manufacturer Facing Lawsuit for Collecting “Users Personal Data”1 CommentsParanoiaNervosa+1
2016 Nov 14 AdultFriendFinder hacked: 400 million accounts exposed18 CommentsVincentLaurent+135
2016 Nov 14 AdultFriendFinder was hacked2 CommentsAdityaAnand+4
2016 May 12 Advanced Disclosure Needed to Keep Users Secure0 CommentsmWo12+1
2016 Mar 07 Advanced Tor Browser Fingerprinting13 Commentshugvo+6
2014 Oct 01 Advanced iOS virus targeting Hong Kong protestors -security firm0 Commentsquietvision+0
2016 May 31 Advertisers Might Already Be Using Your Phone’s Hardware to Track You0 CommentsBitim+1
2016 Oct 21 Advertisers Offer Broadband Privacy Alternative1 Commentsspeckz+5
2016 Feb 24 Advertisers Only Need Four Apps To Identify You0 Commentshugvo+9
2016 Feb 25 Advertisers Only Need Four Apps To Identify You1 Commentswewewawa+9
2015 May 05 Advertisers are ruthless.1 Commentsgpennell+1
2015 Nov 16 Advertisers invest in Bond-style spyware1 CommentsWTCMolybdenum4753+6
2016 Dec 08 Advice4 CommentsElizabethbeeters+1
2013 Sep 21 Advice & Suggestions: For the privacy & security implementation of smartphone OS.8 Commentsinguy10+2
2017 Jan 07 Advice Needed - Where can I find a bag that blocks all sound to my cellphone but does not block the cell signal?3 Commentsntfx392+6
2013 Jul 07 Advice about anonymous web domain registration - I would like to create a website/blog that would host content related to political satire.6 Commentshellothrowaway99+15
2015 Oct 01 Advice about using Amazon transparent proxy (dont upvote)1 Commentsthrowaway51866+8
2015 Jan 06 Advice and tools to help you protect your online privacy.0 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+3
2015 Jul 27 Advice for my specific chat application needs?4 Commentsbasiclaser+1
2016 Oct 31 Advice kindly requested regarding Facebook and privacy1 Commentspm_me_ur_taken+0
2015 Jun 24 Advice on e-mail accounts7 Commentstrustypenguin+6
2016 Dec 05 Advice on file sync / file hosting4 CommentsleonardnimoyNC1701+2
2013 Feb 20 Advice on how to encrypt my computer?3 Commentsxy3+0
2013 Aug 19 Advice on protection when using internet cafes overseas.5 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+10
2014 Oct 19 Advice please: setting up a privacy strategy for someone in a less-free country4 CommentsCitizenJosh+6
2015 Nov 11 Advice: High School Wrestling Urine Test3 Commentsvoice-of-hermes+11
2014 Mar 09 Advise me on forming university org. that exists in order to inform students as to why individual rights (namely privacy) are worth caring about. I live in the South and most people either a) do not care ("I have nothing to hide), or b) are entirely close-minded and convinced that dissent=treason.3 Commentsraul_der_kaiser+2
2015 Mar 25 Adviser to Google calls on tech giant to create a separate organisation for data: Sandy Pentland, MIT professor, talks to the Guardian about the ‘crowd-madness’ of social media and why tech giants such as Google must separate and protect users’ data0 CommentsLibertatea+7
2013 Jul 24 Advising the president on privacy - 'The West Wing', aired on 24 November 1999 - [0:32]2 CommentsRebelPrince+7
2012 Apr 26CISPA Advocacy group flip-flops twice over CISPA surveillance bill0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2016 Jul 05 Aegis is no longer maintained.0 CommentsItsNotHectic+7
2016 May 24 Aegis is now broken and my computer and 1 of 2 friends'0 CommentsItsNotHectic+0
2012 Apr 23 Aerial drones set to intrude on Illinois airspace1 Commentsmundusvultdecipi+7
2013 Nov 25 Aether - a decentralized, encrypted public space (like reddit but with no servers to censor)5 Commentspaffle+33
2014 Aug 02 After *months* of denials (and blackballing a local TV station), the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department finally admits using a Stingray device1 CommentsPepperoniBaron+197
2015 Dec 12 After Airtel, this time it is BSNL doing DNS Spoofing!0 Commentsskbly7+3
2014 Feb 19 After Asylum seeker data bungle in Australia, thousands could be granted refugee status0 Commentscojoco+2
2013 Apr 28 After Boston: The pros and cons of surveillance cameras7 Commentsjason-samfield+29
2013 May 01 After Checking Your Bank Account, Remember To Log Out, Close The Web Browser, And Throw Your Computer Into The Ocean ;-)0 Commentsr3b3lang3l+1
2015 Jun 18 After Claiming USA Freedom Would Be A Boon To ISIS, Ex-NSA Director Now Mocks How Weak USA Freedom Is | Techdirt1 Commentsmoooooky+27
2016 Jan 26 After Embarrassing Hacks, Feds Roll Out New Govt Agency - This one will take over background checks.0 Commentsanutensil+11
2012 May 20 After Facebook and Youtube, Pakistan blocks Twitter0 Commentsreaderseven+9
2014 Jun 04 After Google, the NSA also joined the movement "Reset the net" against mass surveillance ...0 CommentsFredlamb+4
2013 Aug 11 After Lavabit shutdown, another encrypted e-mail service closes0 Commentsantdude+2
2013 Sep 30 After NSA Court Hearing, Government Must Unseal Documents by December 208 CommentsNotEltonJohn+248
2015 May 09 After NSA Ruling, Congress at Odds Over Mass Surveillance0 Commentsmaxwellhill+44
2015 Nov 17 After Paris Attacks, Encrypted Communication Is Back In Spotlight0 Commentsdavidreiss666+1
2015 Nov 17 After Paris Attacks, Here’s What the CIA Director Gets Wrong About Encryption2 CommentsmWo12+91
2015 Nov 16 After Paris attacks, UK politicians suggest fast-tracking new surveillance laws8 Commentsdangzal+152
2015 Nov 18 After Paris attacks, the CIA Director is pushing for encryption backdoors. Here's what he gets wrong.0 CommentsVailhem+12
2015 Nov 17 After Paris, Encryption Will Be a Key Issue in the 2016 Race0 CommentsmWo12+31
2015 Nov 20 After Paris, it’s traditional detective work that will keep us safe, not mass surveillance7 Commentseberkut+131
2015 Dec 06 After Safe Harbor ruling, legal moves to stop Facebook from sending data to US0 Commentspizzaiolo_+2
2015 Mar 31 After Snowden, The NSA Faces Recruitment Challenge.3 Commentstrai_dep+12
2014 Jan 14 After Snowden, what kind of country does America want to be?1 Commentsmobileview+5
2014 Jan 27 After Snowden: How vulnerable is the internet? | The internet was designed to be free and open. Eight months after Edward Snowden's first leaks of classified information, is that still the case?16 Commentskulkke+102
2015 Jun 08 After U.S. Freedom Act, U.K. Spy Agencies Face Fresh Legal Challenge Over Domestic Dragnets0 Commentsjohnmountain+3
2015 Nov 11 After a long hiatus Google silently made my profile public. What should I do?0 Commentsthrowaway52383+1
2013 Jan 18 After a year in the grave, can SOPA and Protect IP return? 0 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 Aug 23 After becoming aware of revelations of the NSA's surveillance programs, have you stopped and thought about censoring any part of your emails, texts, phone calls, etc, even if you are a perfectly innocent law-abiding citizen?19 CommentsUmphJunk+33
2015 Oct 09 After calling it disinfo, Cryptome admits they leaked their logs6 CommentsTheMikeBest+24
2013 Jun 05 After decades of indifference, India is finally planning to enact a privacy law. But will India succeed this time?1 CommentsCivilLiberties13+19
2016 May 31 After deleting your Facebook account, why is it still possible for you to simply log back in and have everything back the way it was before? You are telling Facebook to delete your account, so isn't it illegal for them to not get rid of it?5 Commentsboenig787+0
2015 Oct 30 After guilty plea, judge confused as to why prosecutors still want iPhone unlocked0 Commentskdayel+81
2014 Sep 16 After just 203 days, Yahoo's fine from NSA noncompliance would equal the world's total wealth26 Commentspred+325
2016 Feb 06 After pilot testing at Dulles airport, facial recognition software is set to roll out at all international airports to crackdown on fake travel documents.5 Commentsmakemeking706+86
2014 Oct 01 After reading the post linked below about TAILS, I started looking for something else. What do you all think?2 Commentsthelotusknyte+2
2013 Jan 19 After refusing any ID (even without RFID), Texas student kicked out of school.12 Commentsgaryrbtsn+25
2014 Aug 24 After seeing off the police, Berlin email provider Posteo wants to expand user security and anonymity0 CommentsblackVPN+39
2014 Mar 28 After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov’t no-fly list.20 CommentsAceyJuan+113
2016 Jan 06 After six years in prison, an Iranian blogger sees a very different Internet0 Commentsaustin_federa+8
2015 Nov 14 After the Snowden revelations did people change their internet behavior?4 Commentsjonfla+8
2013 May 07 After the Tragedy in Boston, More Government Surveillance is Not the Answer11 Commentsliefj+225
2016 Nov 09 After today's elections russia is ready to fully restore ties with U.S. What does it mean for Snowden?3 CommentsTogean+27
2013 May 20 After you read this kid's story, you'll never post on Facebook again.15 Commentsfightforthefuture+65
2013 Sep 26 Again, Reddit needs (full-site) HTTPS27 Commentsneedshumor+112
2016 Jul 08 Again, give up, not enough care about privacy to make any meaningful impact4 CommentsItsNotHectic+0
2013 Dec 09 Agencies collected data on Americans’ cellphone use in thousands of ‘tower dumps’8 Commentskulkke+43
2012 May 24 Aggressive web site assault by Panscient0 Commentswebserverlogfile+2
2016 Nov 15 Aging ‘Privacy’ Law Leaves Cloud E-Mail Open to Cops2 Commentsschwartzchild76+1
2013 Jul 07 Agreements with private companies protect U.S. access to cables’ data for surveillance0 Commentsliefj+28
2013 Aug 13 Agreements with private companies protect U.S. access to cables’ data for surveillance0 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+8
2015 Jun 16 Ah, the irony of David Cameron invoking the memory of Magna Carta while dismantling our right to privacy4 Commentsmjrharris+172
2015 Jan 03 Ai Weiwei is Living in Our Future -- Living under permanent surveillance and what that means for our freedom6 Commentsthrowaway+132
2012 Sep 22 Ain't no party like a cryptoparty: privacy goes viral (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2014 Nov 30 Air gap storage4 Commentsprivacyposter+1
2016 Apr 30 Air-Gapped computer16 Commentscanadianwarm+5
2015 Jan 30 Air-gapped computers are no longer secure2 Commentscogipas+7
2015 Apr 15 AirDroid: How Much Do Your Apps Know?0 Commentsmandatoryprogrammer+5
2014 Feb 27 Airbnb "privacy"3 CommentsTakadanobaba123+11
2014 Oct 09 Airbnb won't let go of your payment card details without deleting your account (and your reputation). I'm petitioning them.55 Commentsshopperchops+130
2014 Apr 15 Airbnb would like your Google Drive File Metadata8 Commentsdsfsjkh+72
2015 Apr 30 Airbus to sue NSA, German spies accused of swiping tech secrets0 CommentsCyber-Homie+5
2014 Mar 17 Airlines Use Digital Technology to Get Even More Personal0 Commentsourari+7
2016 Feb 23 Airport Experiment Shows That People Recklessly Connect to Any Open WiFi Hotspot2 Commentsantdude+2
2014 Jan 28 Airport Security0 Commentsstaiano+4
2017 Jan 07 Airport attack highlights rift over security checks at entrances5 Commentswiseprogressivethink+18
2010 Jan 11 Airport full-body scanners can store and transmit images0 CommentsConcise_Pirate+3
2012 Jun 05 Airtime Takes Secret Photos Of Every User Who Is Using It0 Commentsreaderseven+4
2014 Aug 04 Akamai Affiliated with NSA1 CommentsblackVPN+10
2011 Mar 12 Al Franken: Facebook's New Privacy Policy Puts Users at Great Risk2 Commentsshallah+0
2014 May 19 Al-Qaeda moves to thwart US tactics after Snowden revelations5 CommentsCrankyBear+6
2014 Oct 06 Alabama Sheriff: “EFF more interested in protecting predators and pedophiles than in protecting our children.”26 CommentsKruger2147+237
2013 Feb 15 Alameda County (near San Francisco) has plans to deploy drones within local law enforcement3 Commentseverywhere_anyhow+48
2013 Feb 23 Alan F. Westin, Who Transformed Privacy Debate Before the Web Era, Dies at 830 CommentsTuneRaider+3
2016 Aug 04 Alan Watts - Privacy, Surveillance, Transhumanism & Singularity [55 m]2 Commentscupboard1+2
2016 Nov 02 Alarmed by Admiral's data grab? Wait until insurers can see the contents of your fridge2 Commentsondondil+13
2016 Apr 28 Alarming Security Defects in SS7, the Global Cellular Network—and How to Fix Them0 Commentseleitl+4
2015 May 13 Alberta's privacy and public interest commissioners are probing improper destruction of PC documents0 Commentsjimmyradola+5
2017 Jan 01 Albuquerque police using facial recognition technology0 CommentsmWo12+2
2013 Aug 07 AlcoholEdu Touts Federally Funded Efficacy Results. The Demo of this often-required course reports that its "survey captures hundreds of data points for every student, yielding a robust database of first-year students' alcohol use," which schools can "access and analyze."0 Commentspizej+6
2014 Jul 31 Aldous Huxley Vs George Orwell1 CommentsblackVPN+22
2014 Aug 31 Alernatives to Dropbox?17 Commentsprivatepeet+14
2015 Aug 28 Alert -- Fake EFF Website Found Targeting Users with Espionage Malware0 CommentsPhekka+29
2013 Oct 17 Alessandro Acquisti: Why privacy matters "In this thought-provoking, slightly chilling talk, he shares details of recent and ongoing research -- including a project that shows how easy it is to match a photograph of a stranger with their sensitive personal information."0 CommentsLibertatea+38
2016 Jul 26 Alessandro Acquisti: Why privacy matters | TED Talk2 CommentsLovelyDay+68
2014 Jan 31 Alex P Introducing Tails.(The Amnesic Incognito Live Session) crypto festival 2012.1 Commentsnonlinearmedia+3
2016 Dec 05 Alexa and Google Home Record What You Say. What Happens to Your Data?2 Commentsrmxz+9
2016 Dec 09 Alexa and Google Home record what you say. But what happens to that data?3 Commentsjonfla+6
2013 Apr 10 Alexis Ohanian (kn0thing) tries to call Google's Larry Page to talk CISPA1 Commentsfightforthefuture+7
2015 Dec 25 Algorithm - New movie about hacking (scroll to the bottom free on gootube)1 Comments2005C+12
2016 Jul 01 Algorithmic Tattoo Identification Could Have All Sorts of Scary Consequences5 Commentselypter+6
2015 Mar 17 Alibaba uses facial recognition tech for online payments0 Commentssemi-matter+1
2015 Aug 19 Alibi Routing - a peer-to-peer system that allows users to understand and control where in the world their packets don't go. In other words, it lets users provably avoid parts of the world while communicating with others or browsing the web.2 Commentsspeckz+11
2015 May 07 Alien Blue app for IOS, or browsing reddit through safari - which is more private?0 CommentsThrowaway84947+0
2017 Jan 18 Alisa Shevchenko one of sanctioned "Russian DNC hackers" is looking for journalists1 Commentsslobambusar+1
2015 Jun 15 All 28 member states of the Council of the European Union have to agreed to new European data protection laws that could see tough new regulations unified across the whole of the EU.0 CommentsLibertatea+11
2014 Nov 10 All Cameras Are Police Cameras0 Commentswonkadonk+6
2015 May 02 All Facebook links you click on go through their internal servers.11 Commentspie3636+59
2016 Apr 16 All IPs from Aegis 1.17 converted to the more reliable Kaspersky firewall rules4 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2015 Jul 31 All NSA Documents, organized into chapters with subsections by date (pdf)(2015)12 Commentsthemarketliberal+121
2015 Mar 24 All Parties In Austrian Parliament Support Resolution Calling For Action Against NSA And GCHQ Spying12 Commentsjohnmountain+221
2015 Mar 29 All Platform Secure Messaging App6 Commentstheoverthink+7
2015 May 17 All ProtonMail accounts boosted from 500MB to 1GB (free)2 Commentsjenerikku+12
2016 Oct 09 All That New Google Hardware? It’s a Trojan Horse for AI3 CommentsZugNachPankow+7
2014 Jun 10 All The Ways To Hack Your Phone: Phreaked Out (Episode 3)0 Commentshasslethehoff+7
2016 Jul 13 All Tor board members give up seat, make way for "new slate"9 Commentsprivacy_punk+13
2013 Apr 04 All Your Data Are Belong To You: TSA, DHS, devices, and your rights10 Commentsinternet_enthusiast+98
2012 Nov 28 All is fair in love and e-mail: the Petraeus scandal’s case for electronic privacy reform0 Commentsal0k86+16
2013 Sep 18 All nightclub patrons to have their ID's scanned and recorded. Is this something to be worried about?4 Commentsgurg1e+13
2016 Dec 14 All of the Creepy Things Facebook Knows About You - What’s less obvious is that the company also tracks virtually every other website you visit (Facebook knows every time you visit a page with a “like” or “share” button)5 Commentsmagenta_placenta+2
2016 Jan 12 All platform messaging client24 Commentstheoverthink+7
2015 Aug 06 All spy cameras and satellites should stream live to everyone1 CommentsBenRayfield+2
2016 Feb 18 All the FBI need is for Apple to make the data admissible in court, this Snowden doc shows NSA and GCHQ have had back door to iPhone since 20102 Commentsanother-person+0
2013 Jun 09 All the Infrastructure a Tyrant Would Need, Courtesy of Bush and Obama - Conor Friedersdorf1 Commentsyahoo_bot+6
2016 Aug 24 All the Ways Your Wi-Fi Router Can Spy on You6 Commentsclydethefrog+18
2012 Jul 20 All the websites you visit, at our fingertips. (Google Web Activity History)14 Commentsglados_v2+92
2013 Sep 18 All your base (and everything else) are belong to LinkedIn12 Commentschoto+91
2012 Sep 06 Alleged Apple UDID Hack Raises Potential Privacy Questions for FBI0 Commentstomato_paste+12
2012 Sep 24 Alleged Facebook privacy bug may expose old private messages on users' timelines7 Commentsmichel_v+4
2012 Apr 25 Alliance of Liberals and Democrats in EU parliament rejects ACTA — RT0 CommentsOmnamah+12
2015 Oct 10 Allowing ads to display without having them track me?3 CommentsCarlotto185+4
2014 Jan 30 Almost Everything About The Bulk Collection Of Phone Data Is Illegal0 Commentsantdude+8
2014 Jul 23 Almost everyone involved in developing Tor was (or is) funded by the US Government6 Commentswakeupbefree+13
2014 Jul 21 Almost everyone involved in developing Tor was (or is) funded by the US government6 Commentsquantumcipher+4
2015 Dec 23 Almost perfect anonymity9 Commentscuriouseyez+6
2016 Jul 28 Almost two thirds of Russians have never heard of the new anti-terrorist, ‘Big-Brother’ laws recently signed by Putin0 CommentsRyydA+3
2016 Dec 02PDF Alpenhorn: Bootstrapping Secure Communication Without Leaking Metadata0 Commentstorrio888+1
2016 May 19 Alphabet Inc's Google appealed on Thursday an order from the French data protection authority to remove certain web search results globally in response to a European privacy ruling, escalating a fight on the territorial reach of EU law.1 CommentsLibertatea+7
2017 Jan 21 Already on probation, Symantec issues more illegit HTTPS certificates -- At least 108 Symantec certificates threatened the integrity of the encrypted Web3 Commentsmepper+160
2016 Dec 09 Alright because I was ignored the first time, I'll ask again...4 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+0
2013 Jun 08 Also Revealed by Verizon Leak: How the NSA and FBI Lie With Numbers | Threat Level0 Commentsantdude+22
2015 Jul 10 Alt.Anonymous messages on Bitmessage or Pond?0 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+2
2016 Oct 28 Alternative Email Providers?13 CommentsBuggySencho+3
2014 Sep 25 Alternative PGP/gnupg keyservers which require email verification like the Symantec keyserver.2 Commentsmorthawt+5
2013 Jul 11 Alternative for Google apps for business? [x-post /r/sysadmin]0 CommentsIWontLurkAnymore+0
2014 Dec 16 Alternative of Skype on Android for Video chatting7 Commentsxuhdev+6
2016 Nov 21 Alternative social network Ello in plaintext password glitch0 Commentsiliketechnews+1
2015 Jul 16 Alternative to Flock for Android?6 CommentsHormesis+5
2016 Dec 30 Alternative to Google Docs?5 CommentsNiceNimro+1
2016 Dec 15 Alternative to Google and ISP DNS5 CommentsIsometric_Mapping+5
2016 Jan 13 Alternative to Picasa/other image sharing services8 Commentsmulterdomo+4
2015 Feb 23 Alternative to TrueCrypt?8 Commentsmikesp20+8
2016 Oct 11 Alternatives for Google Keep?9 Commentsred_V+10
2015 Jun 14 Alternatives to Dropbox; Evernote; Pulse; GoogleDrive; etc.3 CommentsBlindwindowmaker+11
2014 Mar 19 Alternatives to Facebook: What are your opinions?5 CommentsTaenk+6
2013 Dec 22 Alternatives to Facebook?11 CommentsBeelzeebuck+8
2017 Jan 15 Alternatives to Gmail [for non-work-related use]?43 CommentsSubaruToyotaFan1986+21
2015 Jun 26 Alternatives to Gmail with IMAP support?11 Commentskatanin+9
2013 Jun 11 Alternatives to Gmail?52 Commentsna_mean+71
2015 Jul 07 Alternatives to Google Andriod?13 Commentssg4rb0sss+8
2016 Oct 07 Alternatives to Picasa, Youtube5 Commentsmulterdomo+1
2015 Aug 23 Alternatives to Truecrypt12 Commentskaizervonmaanen+22
2016 Nov 12 Alternatives to Ungoogled Chromium?1 Commentsthrowaway0921219+2
2016 Sep 25 Alternatives to WhatsApp, with automatic backups, End-to-End encryption, and not on other people's servers?25 CommentsBloodyIron+7
2016 Nov 21 Alternatives to a Facebook group?1 Commentsthrowaway43a1+1
2013 Dec 13 Alternatives to gmail59 CommentsBeelzeebuck+54
2014 May 12 Alternatives to iRedMail to host email?2 CommentsThadav3+2
2012 Sep 17 Although license plates are technically public domain, how do you fight against something like this? 9 Commentsdarksim905+1
2016 Mar 12 Alvaro Bedoya on Facial Recognition and the Color of Surveillance1 CommentsJDGumby+1
2015 Mar 31 Always Listen mode in Android phones...2 Commentsdig9900+9
2016 May 02PDF Always On: Privacy Implications of Microphone-Enabled Devices [pdf]0 Comments0moi+22
2016 Apr 29 Always on: Privacy implications of microphone-enabled devices0 Commentsourari+13
2016 May 01 Always on: Privacy implications of microphone-enabled devices1 Commentstennessea+13
2016 Mar 11 Alyne, the RegTech platform for Cyber Security, Risk Management, Privacy and Compliance, is now live0 CommentsSsulistyo+2
2015 Apr 14 Am I able to just buy a chomebook, and boot off of a usb which has a linux OS?4 Commentscausejodysaysso+3
2015 Nov 19 Am I being paranoid?7 CommentsMxyzptlk_+3
2013 Oct 06 Am I being too paranoid by not charging my smartphone here? Or should I just take off my /r/privacy hat and relax.56 CommentsWHARGARBEEES+185
2014 Jul 27 Am I being tracked?3 CommentsAmibeingtracked+1
2017 Jan 07 Am I correct thinking that since Reddit uses HTTPS, then your ISP can't see the subreddits you visit, only the domain name?12 Commentspleasewait+13
2016 Sep 30 Am I distinguishable from other users if my useragent says "WOW64" but my platform is "win32"?4 CommentsxXSeppBlatter+1
2016 Sep 27 Am I doing this right or wasting my time?4 CommentsTA-Privacy+14
2015 Dec 27out of date news Am I hacked? Oh, it's just Vodafone19 Commentspolymute+198
2015 Jun 27 Am I in trouble ?7 CommentsRavedude963+10
2016 Sep 01 Am I missing something regarding the FBI getting new email from Hillary?12 Commentscajuntechie+29
2016 May 22 Am I right in trusting Google with all the data and sensors on my phone?8 CommentsJimmyMcArdle+5
2017 Jan 12 Am I safe from my government on reddit?15 Commentsthisisntm33+5
2015 Mar 24 Am I the only one concerned about the fiscal aspect of the surveillance state? It seems that what they really are doing is *creating a huge new welfare program* which will become the only sources of income for many as good jobs vanish. Due to its ubiquity, even mundane jobs will demand clearance.1 Commentschrist0ph+1
2013 Jun 07 Am I the only one not reassured by this?8 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+13
2015 Mar 02 Am I the only one who sees Google as the private version of the NSA, but with the public's general approval?4 CommentsxUnderoath+3
2013 Apr 19 Am I the only surprised about the speed that they were able to find the two Boston Marathon suspects?7 Commentsthrowaway132455+13
2016 May 25 Am I vulnerable to a hacker?4 Commentsthrow9284+1
2013 Jul 25 Amash Amendment results. Who voted what.0 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+42
2015 Dec 26 Amash, Massie Warn of Secret Surveillance Provision in Spending Package - "[I]t will allow the federal domestic spying apparatus to achieve previously prohibited levels of unwarranted searches, seizures, and sharing of personal data of Americans caught in the surveillance dragnet."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+33
2015 Apr 30 Amash: Members of Congress who favor surveillance reform should quit the defeatism. #USAFreedomAct is not best we can do. We have all the leverage.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+28
2010 Oct 06 Amassing wealth without a bank account0 Commentsdidntcallsaul+3
2013 Aug 08 Amazed at how easy it still is to intercept people on WiFi; Wrote a basic guide to 'man in the middle' protection1 Commentsstephenmcleod+11
2012 Oct 10 Amazing MindReader Reveals His 'Gift'2 Commentskarateexplosion+7
2015 May 03 Amazing mind reader reveals his 'gift'0 CommentsTheHobbitsGiblets+0
2016 May 21 Amazon CEO Jeffrey Bezos: Privacy, security debate is 'issue of our age'12 CommentsNighthawkFencer+148
2016 Jan 26 Amazon Could Be Giving Out Your Home Address to Strangers - A blogger claims the online chat support gave out a blogger’s home address to strangers 3 times.1 Commentsanutensil+14
2014 Nov 06 Amazon Echo - always listening to your voice.25 Commentsjgardner+58
2016 Dec 21 Amazon Echo Privacy: Is Alexa listening to everything you say? - "Under the Fourth Amendment, if you have installed a device that's listening and is transmitting to a third party, then you've waived your privacy rights under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act."33 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+190
2015 Jul 12 Amazon Is Data Mining Reviewers’ Personal Relationships4 Commentssysrq_c+117
2016 Jun 09 Amazon Kindle privacy & security4 Commentsheimson+1
2016 Feb 27 Amazon Kindle's FireOS 5 drops support for device encryption1 Comments-david-alexander-+42
2013 Apr 03Software Amazon MP3 Tracking Metadata Stripper0 Commentsamp3strip+17
2009 Sep 06 Amazon Offers to Replace Copies of Orwell Books - Consumer advocates and civil libertarians say the system could allow courts or governments to force Amazon to recall, and in essence censor, books that they deem politically dangerous or embarrassing.0 Commentssilpol+3
2016 Feb 07 Amazon Quick Survey Scam Targets PII and Banking Credentials0 Commentsflaggwiz+3
2016 Mar 04 Amazon Quietly Disabled Encryption in Latest Version of Fire OS0 CommentsOflameo+34
2016 Mar 04 Amazon Quietly Removes Encryption Support from its Gadgets0 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2016 Mar 06 Amazon Reverses Course, Encryption Returning for Fire Devices2 CommentsInfinityCircuit+24
2016 Mar 06 Amazon Will Restore Device Encryption After Backlash - Amazon will reintroduce device encryption on an upcoming version of Fire OS after facing backlash from the security community.2 Commentsanutensil+20
2016 Mar 04 Amazon confirms it has dropped device encryption support for its Fire Tablets0 Commentssabrinadestiny00+3
2016 Mar 06 Amazon confirms local data encryption gone on Fire tablets2 CommentsmWo12+18
2016 Oct 23 Amazon is giving your product searches to advertisers16 Commentselectricessence+42
2016 Mar 03 Amazon just removed encryption from the software powering Kindles, phones, and tablets39 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+464
2015 Apr 06 Amazon logged into my regular Reddit account?!5 CommentsThow_up_up_and_away+5
2015 Nov 20 Amazon now offers two-factor authentication0 Commentsprivacy_punk+16
2016 Dec 28 Amazon refuses to let police access US murder suspect's Echo recordings147 CommentsSQLoverride+617
2015 May 09 Amazon wants its delivery drones to stalk you wherever you are3 Commentsjonfla+0
2016 Mar 05 Amazon will restore Fire OS‘ encryption support in the spring0 Commentshugvo+13
2015 Jun 14 Amazon's First Transparency Report (pdf)0 Commentssemi-matter+8
2012 Oct 18 Amazon's Next Big Business Is Selling You2 Commentsmepper+40
2014 Apr 15 Amazon's Smile Program will donate 0.5% of my purchase prices to EFF2 Commentsd-X-X-b+19
2015 Jun 20 Amazon's monitoring what pages of books you read.6 Commentsrmxz+45
2015 Jun 05 Amazon, Google race to get your DNA into the cloud0 Commentsin1984+18
2014 Oct 29 Amazon-CIA $600 Million Deal Facing Scrutiny: “What’s the CIA Doing on Amazon’s Cloud?”3 Commentswonkadonk+15
2014 Jan 10 Amazon.com Drones Raise Red Flags Regarding Privacy Rights1 Commentsquantumcipher+10
2014 Feb 20 Amazon: Don't give customer info to the CIA5 Commentsburtzev+41
2011 Sep 29 Amazon’s Kindle Fire Silk browser has serious security concerns0 CommentsTanglesome+3
2016 Jan 25 Amazon’s customer service at it's finest2 Commentsflaggwiz+15
2014 Dec 01 Amazon’s frightening CIA partnership: Capitalism, corporations and our massive new surveillance state. Hundreds of millions flow to Amazon from the national security state. It's a kind of partnership we shouldn't allow.40 Commentstrai_dep+209
2012 Jul 30 Amendment to Cybersecurity Act Would Deter Federal Government Privacy Abuses0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2016 Oct 20 America - US security - Digital Society - US documentary - Richard Stallman 2016 - Economic Collapse. (long) 1:56:210 Commentsxdyev+3
2013 Oct 23 America Snoops on Italian Emails, Text Messages and Conversations0 Commentstrilbey+44
2014 Oct 01 America Spends $68 Billion a Year on 17 Major Intelligence Agencies. Is your privacy worth it?9 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+92
2016 Aug 17 America to hand off Internet in under two months0 CommentsOflameo+3
2016 Nov 17 America' Top Spy Talks Snowden Leaks and Our Ominous Future4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+12
2013 Jul 03 America's founders would be horrified at this United States of Surveillance4 Commentsrandomhumanuser+50
2014 Mar 01 American Bar Assoc. Sends Letter To NSA Seeking Affirmation Of Attorney-Client Confidentiality14 Commentsquantumcipher+207
2016 Mar 24 American Big Brother: A Century of Political Surveillance and Repression1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+3
2016 Mar 31 American Big Brother: A Century of Political Surveillance and Repression1 Commentsbeurredarachide+20
2014 Jun 04 American Empire - Glenn Greenwald - Jung & Naiv0 Commentskulkke+5
2016 Mar 17 American Express warns customers about third-party breach0 Commentsantdude+3
2013 Jul 04 American Fascism: Americans have become spoiled with the freedoms we've allowed them to enjoy, and they must get a reality-check from those of us who allow their freedom [satire]0 Commentswhitefangs+15
2013 Jun 04 American Gets Targeted by Digital Spy Tool Sold to Foreign Governments0 Commentsliefj+35
2013 Sep 10 American Government Propose SOPA Revival Amidst Piracy Increase Claims1 CommentsAmon_Rudh+45
2013 Sep 30 American Hero, Ladar Levison needs help Protecting YOUR privacy rights.4 Commentsjuliapms+7
2014 Jan 11 American Privacy Is Vanishing as the Government and Corporations Raid Our Online Lives | Alternet0 Commentsburtzev+12
2014 Jan 11 American Privacy is Vanishing as the Government & Corporations Raid Our Online Lives - And Big Brother is hardly the only bad actor in a world of vanishing privacy.5 Commentsanutensil+189
2016 Mar 28 American Tech Giants Face Fight in Europe Over Encrypted Data [x-post /r/europrivacy]1 Commentsourari+6
2016 Dec 07 American and British Spy Agencies Targeted In-Flight Mobile Phone Use0 Commentsarktal+19
2012 Jun 18 American federal prosecutors claim that they will allow the MegaUpload customers to recover their content if they pay for it.0 Commentsmaxwellhill+14
2013 Sep 13 American keeping privacy while traveling abroad?4 Commentstraveler88+8
2016 Mar 28 American, Muslim, and under constant watch: the emotional toll of surveillance0 Commentsourari+6
2014 Jun 15 Americans Agree on at Least One Thing: Privacy Now6 Commentsdavidreiss666+73
2014 Oct 13 Americans Distrust Government Too Much to Answer Census Questions, So Let's Threaten 'Em, Says Official3 Commentstulip55+18
2015 Mar 16 Americans Don't Care Enough About NSA Spying To Protect Themselves, Survey Says2 CommentsVailhem+21
2013 Jul 28 Americans More Concerned About Civil Liberties than Terrorism for First Time Since 2004 (Pew)18 Commentsfreudian_nipple_slip+192
2014 Nov 25 Americans Relatively Sanguine About Online Privacy, Study Says1 Commentscalabogieman+8
2014 Nov 15 Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t45 Commentsjonfla+292
2015 Jan 28 Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t1 Commentsvaschr+12
2016 May 24 Americans Vastly Underestimate Being Recorded on CCTV2 CommentsnotoriousBRK+4
2015 May 21 Americans Want the Patriot Act to Die. Let It: With a few days left to kill, amend, or reauthorize the bill, a majority of Americans want it changed.0 Commentsjohnmountain+15
2015 Dec 10 Americans are more likely to be happy giving away their personal data13 Commentsspeckz+99
2013 Aug 18 Americans are sick of CCTV - Guerrilla surveillance camera destruction hits the U.S.33 Commentsandreasw+259
2015 May 21 Americans care about their digital privacy, but not enough to protect it "few Americans -- less than one in 10 -- said they have a lot of control over that actual process. And they have very little confidence that data collected about them by third parties will be kept private"0 CommentsLibertatea+9
2015 Dec 31 Americans conflicted about sharing personal information with companies1 Commentsourari+5
2014 Dec 31 Americans of reddit, what can honestly be done to improve the nation's approach to information security and privacy? [xpost /r/askreddit]0 CommentsScience_Killed_God+2
2016 Jan 15 Americans often willing to sacrifice online privacy for utility, study finds | The Pew research shows most citizens are willing to trade some amount of privacy for useful tech services – but not without some suspicion5 Commentskulkke+30
2015 Jun 07 Americans resigned to giving up their privacy, says study8 Commentsjimmyradola+22
2017 Jan 10 Americans seeking medical care expect a certain level of privacy. Indeed, the need for patient privacy is a principle dating back to antiquity, and is codified in U.S. law, most notably the Privacy Rule of the 1996 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)0 CommentsSmartGeek_+3
2016 Jan 14 Americans wary about data tracking in cars and homes. A new study focused on privacy concerns reveals that most American consumers aren't willing to let companies track driving habits even if it means a discount on insurance.4 CommentsMrDent+80
2014 Nov 13 Americans' Cellphones Targeted in Secret U.S. Spy Program1 CommentsThat_Lawyer_Guy+2
2015 Mar 23 Americans' Privacy Strategies Post-Snowden (PDF)0 Commentssherbetasia+11
2015 May 21 Americans’ Attitudes About Privacy, Security and Surveillance0 Commentsjimmyradola+7
2015 Mar 17 Americans’ Privacy Rights: Senate Intelligence Committee Approves “a Surveillance Bill by another Name”0 Commentsjimmyradola+12
2015 Mar 25 Americans’ Views on Government Surveillance Programs0 Commentsantdude+3
2013 Nov 14 Americans’ personal data shared with CIA, IRS, others in security probe3 Commentskismor+146
2015 Oct 17 America’s 4,150 traffic cameras, in one map2 Commentstraelan+11
2014 Jun 07 America’s telecommunications companies want fewer data protection rules0 Commentsthegooddata+10
2016 Feb 02 Americorps applications cannot be deleted - including your SSN2 CommentsBowtiecaptain+3
2015 Apr 27 Amicus Brief Urges Massachusetts Not to Allow a Loophole for Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking0 CommentsKerberos53+21
2016 May 07 Amid Apple-FBI Faceoff, Centre Develops Mobile Forensics Tool (India)0 CommentsKiero23+10
2016 Nov 10 Amid Clinton Controversy, FBI Documents Show Why Americans Should Worry About Intelligence Gathering0 Commentsroguefleet+295
2013 Jun 22 Amid NSA spying scandal, the gloves are off for EU's justice chief0 Commentswhitefangs+56
2016 Mar 23 Amnesty International declares encryption an essential protection to the human rights for privacy and free speech. An important step in the right direction.18 CommentsCykraDotCom+935
2015 Apr 10 Amnesty International takes UK to European Court over mass surveillance0 Comments500500+3
2016 Apr 01 Amnesty International: Encryption is a Human Rights Issue0 Commentshugvo+32
2016 Oct 21 Amnesty International: Which messaging apps best protect your privacy?5 Commentsredditor_1234+1
2014 Nov 20 Amnesty launches Detekt tool to scan for state spyware on phones and PCs9 CommentsblackVPN+114
2014 Aug 12 Amtrak employee sold customer data to DEA for two decades, but not under it's sanctioned privacy policy. Hundreds of thousands of dollars were spent to circumvent official channels.8 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+259
2015 Mar 23 Amtrak lies about police use of passenger data7 Commentsjohnmountain+311
2016 Sep 13 Amtrak makes their records widely available to law enforcement (sorry if this is common knowledge, not a regular here)1 Commentsren0vate+70
2014 Aug 12 Amtrak won't name DEA spy paid $854K for passenger info, citing 'active and open' probe1 Commentshuffhuffpo+72
2016 May 16 An Admin's Foolish Errors Helped the FBI Unmask Child Porn Site 'Playpen'0 CommentsRyydA+6
2015 Mar 28 An Alternative to Using Passwords?23 CommentsTrustler+3
2012 Sep 30 An Amazing Mind Reader Reveals His 'Gift' (via Wimp)2 Commentsorionshmorion+1
2016 Dec 27 An Amazon Echo May Help Solve a Murder. That Should Worry Privacy Advocates.24 Commentsoneultralamewhiteboy+192
2014 Feb 24 An American citizen living in Maryland sued the Ethiopian government today for infecting his computer with secret spyware, wiretapping his private Skype calls, and monitoring his entire family's every use of the computer for a period of months.10 CommentsMichael-Ryan+167
2014 Apr 02 An Analysis of Private Browsing Modes in Modern Browsers [PDF]0 CommentsHorrorMoviesMoveMe+6
2015 Oct 25 An Analysis of the Final Intellectual Property TPP Chapter Leak0 CommentsProGamerGov+57
2009 Dec 22 An E-Book Buyer's Guide to Privacy0 Commentsgoatmilk+1
2014 Apr 08 An Easy Perfect Privacy Portable Setup?6 CommentsCofficular+7
2010 Dec 06 An Empirical Study of Privacy-Violating Information Flows in JavaScript Web Applications0 Commentsakwala+3
2012 Sep 25 An Idea Whose Time Has Come: Turn the System on Itself. Watch the Watchers.2 Commentsvictory-not-vengance+2
2015 Jul 05 An Idea for a monthly community event.0 Commentstheanonymous_1+6
2015 Sep 05 An Individuals Right To Privacy in the Digital Age0 CommentsEsigner+18
2013 Sep 12 An Inforgraphic: How to Keep Your Internet Usage Private. Some good tips here.0 Commentscugehohk+6
2016 Nov 24 An Insider View Of The Surveillance State: Elaine Learns How Spying Works At Age 130 CommentsmWo12+1
2015 Jul 13 An Interesting Profile of Anne Neuberger, NSA 'Rising Star'1 Commentsnotscj+1
2016 Apr 19 An Internal Report on Oregon’s Illegal Surveillance of Black Lives Matter on Twitter Leaves Us With More Questions Than Answers0 Commentsaclu+6
2015 Oct 28 An Interview with Edward Snowden0 Commentsacrediblesauce+24
2015 Aug 31 An Interview with Karsten Nohl, Cryptography and Internet Security Expert1 Commentsdogfishcoffeehead+4
2013 Sep 24 An Interview with Simon Persson - Founder of Secure Email Provider CounterMail0 CommentsHormesis+5
2016 Nov 07 An Interview with the Developers of a Blockchain-Based Router - CryptoCoinsNews0 CommentsNodioproject+1
2014 Jan 17 An Introduction To Tor, Lightbeam, and Adblock4 CommentsCryptoJunky+8
2014 Aug 04 An Introduction to PGP and Securely Signing your messages0 Commentsmjsals+18
2013 Jul 01 An MIT Project That Lets You Spy On Yourself.2 CommentsBorgbox+14
2013 Sep 24 An NSA Whiz Designs 4 Fonts to Foil Google's All-Seeing Eye1 CommentsLibertatea+12
2013 Jul 18 An ORG blog on the relationship between the right to privacy and freedom of expression, as relevant to the Internet (disclaimer: I'm the author)0 Commentsstephenmcleod+3
2013 Jun 16 An Open Letter to Mozilla: The Key to Fighting PRISM and other mass surveillance programs.16 Commentsdefeat_prism+57
2016 Mar 18 An Open Letter to President Obama: This is About Math, Not Politics0 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+22
2013 Dec 26 An Open Letter to the Chiefs of EMC and RSA - Mikko Hyppönen1 Commentsnovis+13
2013 Jul 16 An Unmet Need: Privacy Integration on the PC Desktop0 Commentsaadts+9
2016 Jan 27 An Unprecedented Threat to Privacy - A private company has captured 2.2 billion photos of license plates in cities throughout America. It stores them in a database, tagged with the location where they were taken. And it is selling that data.0 Commentsanutensil+13
2015 May 27 An Update on the Snoopers' Charter [x-post /r/unitedkingdom]0 Commentsblisten+10
2016 Nov 12 An accused drug dealer inadvertently revealed a facial recognition network in Florida that defense attorneys knew nothing about (x-post from /r/TrueReddit)63 Commentsangerispoison42+1435
2015 Apr 20 An alarming new way to steal your passwords0 Commentsantdude+2
2013 Jul 23 An alternative to passwords3 Commentsscratchr+5
2015 Feb 11 An anonymous private chat room like privnote.com?1 Commentsasji4+1
2016 Jul 05 An article I wrote to help the less technologically-inclined start taking control of their privacy, feedback welcome! - Getting Rid of Google (or Apple, or Microsoft, or Facebook…) (medium)7 Commentsguohuade+1
2014 Jun 16 An article on IT, privacy, data mining and cybercrime (X-post from /r/compsci)4 Commentsslayerxvi+4
2016 Jun 04 An artist publicly shared all the insecure data cell phones were transmitting.1 CommentsJava_King_+5
2014 Jul 16 An artist sent the NSA the world's most secure mixtape: "The NSA can read my stupid Facebook updates but without my consent it will never be able to listen to my kick-ass mixtape."0 Comments5tHorseman+3
2013 Mar 25 An early looking into FBI's privacy-invading tip & trick book (1940s)4 Commentsmorisy+24
2014 Sep 25 An easy to follow video tutorial showing you how to securely encrypt email to people (for MS Windows) using free open-source software.10 Commentsmorthawt+17
2013 Aug 09 An email I wrote to my family about privacy and security on the net, specifically about the Lavabit takedown. Thoughts?5 Commentsuserino+12
2016 Jan 06 An employee who worked in the IRS’s Taxpayer Advocate Service at a job assisting identity theft victims has instead been charged with running a $1 million identity theft tax fraud scheme0 Commentscoupdetaco+3
2016 Jan 28 An epic fail for Ireland’s data protection laws0 Commentssecfirstmd+3
2013 Jun 15 An even bigger potential intelligence leak: Microsoft0 CommentsPinkSlimeIsPeople+5
2013 Mar 25 An example of how BigData reveals more than we know1 Commentsakwala+5
2013 Oct 08 An example of how the surveillance state is hurting the U.S. economy: Ladar Levison confirms that he will be forced to move his business overseas2 Commentssalvia_d+19
2014 Jul 17 An example to what extend it is probably possible to de-anonymize and identify people who just browse the web0 CommentsDrunkRaven+9
2013 May 23 An excellent PSA from the EFF on the dangers of the TPP, now in easily-sharable URL form!3 Commentsspectyr+16
2015 Jun 23 An experimental algorithm out of Facebook's artificial intelligence lab can recognise people in photographs even when it can't see their faces. Instead it looks for other unique characteristics like your hairdo, clothing, body shape and pose.0 CommentsShakoWasAngry+13
2015 Dec 29 An explanation of HTTPS Inspection available to corporate networks (i.e. private networks) using, in this scenario, Check Point network software.1 CommentsWandererSage+2
2013 Dec 19 An explosion in slow motion: How 2013 blew apart our notions of privacy1 CommentsPrivacyDude+19
2015 Feb 03 An extensive comparison of the best VPN services16 Commentscoogzzz+12
2017 Jan 14 An honest privacy policy for once2 Commentsneurocroc+10
2012 Sep 13Advice An honest question for my fellow privacy redditors about the impact of efforts to secure privacy.0 Commentsvictory-not-vengance+4
2013 Jun 11 An idea of how to defeat government surveillance permanently1 Commentsdingoperson+13
2012 Apr 08 An in-depth Firefox Security Guide 0 Commentsvoxpupil+2
2016 Mar 02 An interactive ELI5 guide to better digital hygiene and security.0 CommentsStrayDogStrutt+12
2012 Oct 12 An interesting discussion about SMS "reassembly"0 Commentsqadm+3
2017 Jan 15 An interesting interview with people from Riot.im and Matrix.org. Compares to other protocols, touches on privacy and security, other Matrix clients, etc.2 Commentsclimsy+9
2012 Sep 06 An interesting movement gaining momentum is cryptoparties, which is about learning and sharing fundamental survival skills.3 CommentsEquanimousMind+11
2013 Nov 05 An interesting take on Security & Privacy in 20131 Commentsge33ek+6
2013 Jun 08 An internship job listing for a 'Digital Network Exploitation Analyst' appeared Thursday on the NSA's Twitter4 Comments-Gavin-+37
2015 Feb 13 An interview with Anonymous International0 Commentsjesteracer+4
2016 Jan 12 An obscure government agency is reinventing how the feds handle privacy0 Commentserier2003+0
2016 Nov 09 An off the cuff statement from the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund.0 CommentsOSTIFofficial+7
2016 Oct 20 An old Facebook privacy hoax is spreading again1 CommentsmWo12+2
2014 Mar 12 An online Magna Carta: Berners-Lee calls for bill of rights for web0 Commentsfutrawo+12
2013 Dec 15 An online banking website is asking for my details: 9-digit Routing number, Account number, and full name. Is this safe?8 CommentsL1AM+7
2012 Jun 20 An open letter to Internet companies: Tell us how much we are being surveilled. "Tell us, the public -- your customers who often entrust our private thoughts in you -- how often the government demands our private data"1 Commentsmepper+142
2015 Apr 20 An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg on Net neutrality0 Commentsadvisory100+3
2014 Dec 28 An open letter to digital changemakers2 Commentsmeyamashi+2
2016 Jul 13 An unusual coalition of 13 Republicans and 12 Democrats on Wednesday announced the creation of the House Fourth Amendment Caucus to protect Americans' privacy rights against calls for increased government surveillance in the wake of terrorist attacks.28 Commentsqp0n+574
2014 Sep 17 Anal Probes Run Amok1 Commentscensoredandagain+0
2016 Sep 09 Analog: The Last Defense Against DRM2 CommentsOflameo+8
2014 Sep 13 Analysis Of Volunteer's Metadata Stream Reveals His Life In Detail, Allows Passwords To Be Guessed0 Commentsk-h+13
2013 Jan 23 Analysis and Recommendations for the Crypto in Kim Dotcom's Mega from the team behind Spideroak.com, Part One0 CommentsDanielLarsson75+10
2014 Jul 29 Analysis: Bill Banning Phone Metadata Collection Gives NSA Access To It3 CommentsJDGumby+146
2013 Aug 04speculation Analysis: Is there a backdoor in Truecrypt? Is Truecrypt a CIA honeypot?21 CommentsZeroCoolMurphy+17
2016 Aug 15 Analysis: Police body cameras raise questions about privacy, procedure1 Commentsstephaniclower+6
2013 Aug 12 Analysts who were especially good at using XKeyscore could acquire "skilz" points and "unlock achievements."1 Commentselverloho+11
2015 Feb 10 Analytics creating whole host of privacy issues, claims University of Derby’s IT director0 Commentsjimmyradola+2
2015 Jun 21 Analyzing 443 free proxies - Only 21% are not shady [x-/r/netsec]9 Commentsgeek_at+87
2016 Jul 29 Analyzing privacy aspects of the W3C Vibration API0 Commentssjmurdoch+1
2014 Sep 07 Analyzing the FBI’s Explanation of How They Located Silk Road10 Commentsmuchrandom+73
2016 Dec 27 Anatomy of Repression: Military Tactics And Corrupt Media Used To Destroy Protest Movements22 CommentsHinulog+286
2013 May 28 Anatomy of a hack: even your 'complicated' password is easy to crack3 CommentsT-rex_with_a_gun+25
2011 Jun 02 Anatomy of a privacy nightmare0 Commentsantdude+1
2015 May 05 Ancestry.com Caught Sharing Customer DNA Data With Police With No Warrant11 Commentscensoredandagain+315
2015 Oct 20 Ancestry.com, 23andMe getting law enforcement requests for their DNA records0 CommentsVailhem+1
2016 Jan 06 And if you don't like the Internet's system, you can always flip off the modem.2 CommentsJasper1984+4
2013 Feb 06 And it continues... New Facebook app to track offline users18 CommentsVedlen+101
2014 Dec 11 And so it begins... GCHQ and National Crime Agency join forces in "hunt for child abuse"5 CommentsTriumphantGeorge+28
2012 Mar 13 And the answer is... more warrantless wiretaps. The answer is ALWAYS more warrantless wiretaps. Welcome to the latest expansion of the PATRIOT act.1 Commentselectronics-engineer+50
2013 Jun 02 And the censoring of Jordanian internet begins. RIP cyber freedom.9 Commentstkoudsi+107
2012 Mar 14 And you thought Facebook was bad....1 Commentsdorisfrench+0
2014 Oct 11 Andreas Antonopoulos educates Senate of Canada about technology and financial privacy0 Commentshietheiy+10
2015 May 27 Andrei Simionescu on Zero Knowledge Architecture0 Commentsflixi90+1
2016 Feb 16 Andrew "weev" Auernheimer will be doing an AMA at /r/IAMA today at 7 pm EST4 CommentsH_Momentum+0
2015 Jan 15 Andrew Curry from Wired says the NSA isn't like the Stasi because they operate in the shadows and comparing them is "Treacherous".2 Commentsgourmet_oriental+5
2012 Aug 01 Andrew Keen: Web 3.0 is Digital Narcissism0 Commentsskeptoid+3
2015 Dec 04 Andrew P. Napolitano: The spies who ruin us - Agents performing warrantless searches are the hallmark of totalitarianism2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+101
2015 Jul 26 Android - Sensitive files storing2 Commentslnked_list+5
2016 May 14 Android - question about MicroG3 CommentsMiakkl+9
2015 Oct 19 Android 6.0 re-implements mandatory device encryption for new devices3 CommentsTheLantean+20
2014 Jun 21 Android Anti-forensics: Modifying CyanogenMod1 CommentsdoubleColJustified+7
2016 Mar 14 Android App Permissions and Your (Phone’s) Privacy0 CommentsVincentLaurent+2
2014 Nov 25 Android App Privacy Infographic. The Good, the bad and the plain wrong.2 Commentsolivieramar+15
2013 Nov 26 Android Apps for Protection on Public Wifi.1 CommentsChuckWood43+5
2013 Nov 03 Android Emergency Wipe? (X-Post from /r/androidapps)11 Commentslyoko_warrior+9
2014 Jan 28 Android IMSI Catcher Detector. It can detect fake base stations, and hopefully one day will allow you to avoid them too.1 CommentsFurah+3
2014 Nov 20 Android IMSI-Catcher Detector - Android app to detect and avoid fake mobile towers (IMSI-Catchers) in GSM/UMTS Networks [x-post from /r/Android]2 CommentsbeardedTortoise+82
2015 Jan 01 Android Internet Privacy Question1 CommentsClubWDW+9
2014 Sep 19 Android L will have device encryption on by default, Google won't give keys to law enforcement [xpost/gadgets]3 Commentsappropriate-username+22
2015 Jun 28 Android M and the war on cleartext traffic0 CommentsR-EDDIT+6
2016 Nov 16 Android Marshmallow: Filesystem / Storage Questions1 Commentsrectagonal+1
2017 Jan 05 Android Microphone access6 Commentslagutier+1
2010 Dec 30 Android Mobile Malware Has Botnet-like Traits.......that harvests personal information and sends it to a remote server. 0 CommentsMJantti+4
2015 Jan 05 Android OpenSource Apps to Replace GApps that respect privacy14 Commentsmagicmystic+4
2015 Feb 27 Android Phone's Battery Use Can Reveal User Location0 Commentseberkut+4
2015 Mar 08 Android Rom for privacy?4 CommentsDSOKDSOK+2
2016 Dec 02 Android Security Recommendations2 CommentsnLYM6U2rrkA6+2
2014 Feb 18 Android Security: Would it help if I dual-booted 2 roms (one for casual use and one for private use)?2 Commentsshadowspectre69+3
2014 Mar 12 Android Users Proceed With Privacy Case Against Google0 CommentsFlexgrow+9
2014 Jan 27 Android VPN flaw found, exposes protected data..0 Commentsmicjustin33+5
2016 Aug 10 Android Vulnerabilities0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2017 Jan 13 Android Xprivacy alternative7 Commentsa_tiny_ant+2
2016 Feb 08 Android and privacy5 Commentshuberm+4
2016 Jul 25 Android app access and privacy ? Example of airlines app Virgin Entertainment.2 Commentsshanpie+1
2016 Sep 13 Android app constantly listens to and uploads user audio from the smartphone microphone1 Commentsvvelaxtrumm+28
2016 May 24 Android app list1 Commentsjamestere+3
2015 Jul 20 Android app refuses to run without having Google Play Store installed & enabled?8 Commentsxxxprivacy+3
2015 Apr 28 Android apps still suffer game-over HTTPS defects 7 months later. Apps with >350 million downloads fail to detect simple man-in-the-middle attack.0 CommentsblackVPN+3
2012 Oct 22 Android apps used by millions vulnerable to password, e-mail theft. Researchers uncover faulty encryption in apps available in Google's Play Market.2 Comments123ewqasdcxz+29
2015 Dec 20 Android browser9 CommentsUasdfkj+5
2014 Sep 16 Android browser bug could be a “privacy disaster” but here’s how to fix it: Stop using Browser if you have it installed2 CommentsblackVPN+12
2016 May 27 Android burner numbers apps?2 CommentsColtMagnum+5
2017 Jan 03 Android calendar apps that don't collect data?4 CommentsNew_Car_Wrecked+1
2014 May 29 Android camera exploit discovered... ugh1 Commentsbrainseating+20
2015 Nov 24 Android devices on wireless network?2 Commentsshdhgdg+4
2014 Dec 02 Android dictionary/auto-correct/word prediction1 Commentsfixeroftoys+6
2016 Nov 24 Android keyboard10 CommentsBrownMeerkat+6
2015 Jul 15 Android mail app (with focus on privacy)4 Commentsolemir+5
2017 Jan 16 Android messaging app with popup overlay?1 Commentsxepheratu+0
2014 Jun 11 Android no longer reveals app permission changes in automatic updates. Change could heighten security risks for users.11 Commentstrai_dep+79
2016 May 25 Android password manager20 Commentsjamestere+4
2016 Apr 20 Android phone encryption11 Commentsvan233+7
2013 Dec 05 Android phones keep location cache, too, but it’s harder for typical users to access (just a reminder)0 Commentsricemilk+13
2015 Sep 27 Android privacy browser9 CommentsFireFox_Android_App+17
2016 Dec 31 Android programmer investigates whether Facebook app listens in on the smartphone microphone1 Commentsgggalaximmm+0
2016 Jul 10 Android question about Orbot0 Commentsndsabf+1
2016 Mar 25 Android rooting bug opens Nexus phones to "permanent device compromise": Millions of other phones affected because Android never received 2014 Linux patch.0 CommentsmWo12+17
2016 Oct 25 Android rooting by flipping bits - now listed as "critical" security vulnerability1 Commentsjmvp+7
2016 Nov 30 Android security in 2016 is a mess.0 Commentsnidnks+5
2014 Sep 02 Android security mystery – ‘fake’ cellphone towers found in U.S. (Xpost)10 CommentsMJantti+150
2016 Mar 13 Android through Orbot - wakelocks0 Commentsjhdhy4458vv+4
2014 Sep 27 Android users, OrFox (TorBrowser for Android, based on FireFox for Android), is out, please test it and report issues/request features. Links in text.20 CommentsOrFox_Tester+101
2014 Dec 08 Android without Play Store9 CommentsRadi123+4
2015 Aug 16 Android-M preview: Intrusive face detection with the facial characteristics analysis that works no matter how much you turn your head around, nearby connections API with message transfer over unhearable ultrasonic sound and many other privacy-invading featuers!1 Commentslapall+8
2013 Jul 02CodeRed Android/Motorola tracking your social life through your phone?3 CommentsBorgbox+21
2016 Dec 11 Android/iPhone sync n privacy1 Commentsflashomatic+2
2016 Jul 01 Android’s full-disk encryption just got much weaker—here’s why38 CommentsAnonymousAurele+141
2015 Mar 06 Andy Yen: Think your email's private? Think again (TED Talk)1 Commentspatternboy+36
2013 Jun 23 Anger mounts after Facebook's 'shadow profiles' leak in bug34 Commentsakwala+252
2012 Mar 09 Angry Birds, Meet Jailbirds: New App Helps You Snitch on Your Friends | Danger Room | Wired.com0 Commentsgliageek+15
2015 Sep 05 Angry reactions on Compuserve (an early Reddit) over Microsoft's collection of Application installation data. [20 years ago - Windows 95].20 CommentsJaseoldboss+124
2014 Aug 14 Animal hackers: War Kitteh sniffs out insecure Wi-fi networks Def Con hacking convention showcases new security role for cats and dogs, but projects are no joke0 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+5
2013 Jun 10 Annals of Literature: The Palantir Mistake0 Commentsignatzmojs+2
2013 Oct 24 Annie Machon - Right to Privacy Key to Freedom | London Real0 Commentstikums+5
2014 Aug 21 Annie Machon - Whistleblower | London Real0 CommentsRightOnTopOfThatRose+9
2014 Dec 24 Annie Machon OPERATIONAL SECURITY Logan Symposium (Audio 10mins) - London 6th Dec. 20140 Commentsnonlinearmedia+9
2016 Dec 02 Annonomous facebook on Tor14 Commentsamack1992+0
2015 Nov 05 Announcing Bitmask 0.9.1: easy and secure encrypted email0 Commentskalikaneko+44
2013 Jun 18 Announcing Tor Browser Bundle 3.0alpha10 Commentshow_does_i_1337+16
2013 Nov 29 Announcing an Exciting Research Project and Opportunity for Web Publishers to See What's Going on Behind Their Closed Doors0 CommentsDataNeutrality+8
2015 Mar 23 Announcing the new version of SecureDrop, with the results from our third security audit2 Commentsjohnmountain+25
2014 Dec 02 Annoying Firefox for Android Banners - SOLVED4 CommentsClubWDW+11
2011 Apr 25 Annoymous lawsuits to battle annoymous trolls.1 Commentsstreetlite+3
2013 Jun 11 Anomalies, Prisons, and Geophysics: How Governments Use Data and How to Stop Them0 Commentssalvia_d+2
2013 May 02 Anon's privacy policy for Reddit2 Commentsanon3254+0
2014 Oct 17 Anonabox "suspended" by KS, all pledges canceled51 Commentsmattcheau+273
2014 Oct 14 Anonabox - Tor router box is false representation, possibly even scam!533 Commentshtilonom+2066
2015 Apr 06 Anonabox Analysis - Reclaim Your Privacy / Anonabox owned in depth.4 Commentshtilonom+6
2015 Apr 07 Anonabox Recalls ‘Privacy’ Routers for Security Flaws0 CommentsblackVPN+4
2014 Oct 17 Anonabox is no more - or how to build your own device! • /r/technology x-post1 Commentshtilonom+15
2014 Oct 14 Anonabox kickstarter connects to your router to automatically route all traffic through Tor network2 CommentsKruger2147+4
2014 Nov 11 Anonabox returns amidst community backlash4 Commentsthatstevelord+10
2016 Apr 26 Anonblog - Securely Publish Static Blogs via Tor Hidden Services3 Commentsbeardog108+4
2014 May 24 AnonyFace – an ANTI-selfie app to anonymize (swirl, pixellate or blur) faces in pictures4 Commentshwaara+9
2015 Sep 09 Anonymising Yourself - InstallGentoo Wiki0 Commentsnikoma+4
2012 Mar 18 Anonymity Checker - Test Your Anonymity On The Internet4 Commentsantdude+24
2016 Nov 20 Anonymity OS (Tails or Whonix) in the VM the MAC address is my computer or VM ?4 Commentssurpyc+0
2015 Dec 07 Anonymity and Reddit?!?3 CommentsInto_The_Wild5+1
2015 Jul 24 Anonymity and gift cards2 CommentsAxis_of_Weasels+4
2015 Nov 19 Anonymity compromise in Freenet by U.S. law enforcement11 Commentsxiongchiamiov+44
2014 Dec 09 Anonymity helps us curate our online selves0 Commentsaxionestin+5
2014 Feb 12 Anonymity in extremely backward regions6 Commentsdeertip+6
2016 Jul 19 Anonymity in public transit8 CommentsExecutor89+19
2015 Feb 09 Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial24 CommentsCapnTrip+103
2015 Jun 22 Anonymity is the internet's next big battleground0 CommentsblackVPN+5
2017 Jan 23 Anonymity isn't the cause of online harassment0 CommentsInasaba+1
2014 Jun 03 Anonymity or privacy, thoughts?0 CommentsJockyKurzwell+1
2012 May 15 Anonymity risk! DNS query leaks from plugins when using Firefox + privoxy+tor9 Commentsgnos1s+14
2013 Jun 06 Anonymity, Encryption, and Free Speech: What Nations Need to Do0 Commentsgorske+26
2016 Jun 01 Anonymized Data Really Isn't Anonymous: Vehicle Data Can Easily Be Used To Identify You0 CommentsBarmagluk+21
2013 Jun 24 Anonymizing a public domain name (example.com)?2 Commentsumlal+6
2013 Feb 25 Anonymous - International Day of Privacy 2013 after Impressions (Edit 1)1 CommentsMajorBlink+7
2012 Sep 05 Anonymous And FBI Fight On Twitter Over Allegedly Hacked Apple UDIDs 1 CommentsAmericanDerp+9
2016 May 06 Anonymous Browser4 CommentsVitorVRS+1
2012 Jul 23 Anonymous Browsing: Surf the Web Anonymously0 Commentsskeptoid+7
2015 Dec 27 Anonymous Casual Browsing Questions3 CommentsCharlemagne920+3
2015 Feb 18 Anonymous Companies Fighting National Security Letters1 CommentsblackVPN+14
2015 May 01 Anonymous E-mail service7 Commentskoo2+5
2016 Jul 09 Anonymous Email Providers (Hushmail,ProtonMail,etc.)17 CommentsPseudopro7+6
2016 Jan 18 Anonymous Exposes 1GB Data Belonging to Thailand’s Supreme Court1 Commentsflaggwiz+25
2014 Feb 28 Anonymous Genetic Profiles Aren't Completely Anonymous | LiveScience0 Commentsburtzev+5
2016 Jan 08 Anonymous Google account to post reviews2 Commentsdiscoborg+1
2015 May 03 Anonymous Instant Messenger like WhatsApp, Viber, LINE7 Commentskoo2+0
2016 Feb 12 Anonymous Internet2 CommentsDropsForDays+0
2012 Apr 11 Anonymous Knocks CISPA Supporters Offline 1 CommentsTheloniusPhunk+27
2015 Dec 04 Anonymous Leaks Paris Climate Summit Officials’ Private Data0 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+17
2016 Dec 13 Anonymous Leaks to the WashPost About the CIA’s Russia Beliefs Are No Substitute for Evidence0 Commentsroguefleet+10
2015 Dec 11 Anonymous Phones in Canada5 CommentsProwlthang+6
2014 Sep 21 Anonymous Public DNS with OpenNIC2 Commentsciderpunx+19
2013 Aug 04 Anonymous Web Host 'Freedom Hosting' Owner Arrested, TorMail Compromised0 Commentsantdude+6
2014 Apr 17 Anonymous attachments13 Commentsthrowmongo+5
2012 Jul 29 Anonymous begins dump of stolen ISP data0 Commentsmaxwellhill+38
2013 Aug 28 Anonymous claims NSA tool can neutralize common HTTPS/SSL online security19 CommentsPrivacyDude+136
2011 Aug 02 Anonymous comms for everybody - Introducing Cloaklet0 Commentscloakletadmins+1
2016 Feb 01 Anonymous email account (Send and Recieve)11 Commentscashtobitcoinbro+5
2015 Jun 15 Anonymous is supporting a new privacy-focused social network that takes aim at Facebook's shady practices4 Commentsjohnmountain+9
2015 Jun 21 Anonymous is supporting a new privacy-focused social network that takes aim at Facebook's shady practices4 Commentsswtt+68
2015 Oct 07 Anonymous launches: Black October ! (pay cash or in crypto)0 Commentstungfa+2
2013 Feb 08 Anonymous leak indicates Seattle Police Dept can control surveillance cameras from squad cars3 Commentsr3b3lang3l+127
2016 Jun 03 Anonymous leaked personal information of 5400 Spanish police officers0 Commentsflaggwiz+5
2016 Oct 21 Anonymous mobile browsing?7 CommentsKerelm+13
2012 Dec 19 Anonymous names man they think drove Amanda Todd to Suicide0 Commentsdacaprice+4
2015 Jan 22 Anonymous programmers can be identified by analyzing coding style • /r/programming0 Commentseleitl+14
2014 Dec 06 Anonymous releases what seem to be police audio tapes describing live wiretapping of organizers phones last night – “Looks like Chicago PD had a stingray out at the Eric Garner protest last night”17 Commentstrai_dep+290
2012 Feb 25 Anonymous reveals Vic Toews mistress. Who do you like them privacy apples Vic?0 Commentsricharddotca+17
2012 May 05 Anonymous to Launch TYLER, WikiLeaks on Steroids0 Commentsmaxwellhill+22
2012 Apr 24 Anonymous unveils data-sharing websites amid privacy concerns2 Commentsthechevalier+10
2014 Jun 13 Anonymous video sharing?4 Comments837183+6
2013 Aug 31 Anonymous ►Protest PRISM ►August 31 #opPRISM0 CommentsSirMax1+0
2015 Aug 19 Anonymous-ish YouTube posting0 Commentsyoutubeparanoia+2
2016 Feb 16 Anonymous: Hacker unleashes 17.8GB trove of data from a Turkish national police server3 Commentspolymute+26
2012 Jan 23software Anonymouth: text anonymizer, prevents linking your texts to you0 CommentsNatanael_L+11
2014 May 26 Another Bogus Hit From A License Plate Reader Results In Another Citizen Surrounded By Cops With Guns Out2 Commentsquantumcipher+87
2014 Dec 03 Another California Cop 'Shares' A Suspect's Intimate Photos With His Fellow Officers5 Commentsmaxwellhill+188
2015 Jul 29 Another Data Analytics Company Claiming Anonymity0 CommentsBirdandBlack+2
2016 Jun 05 Another Day, Another Hack: 100 Million Accounts for VK, Russia's Facebook1 Commentsreybit+22
2016 Jun 12 Another Day, Another Hack: Is Your Fisting Site Updating Its Forum Software?1 CommentsEasyCrypt+22
2012 Oct 29 Another NYPD Terrorist 'Investigation' Turns Up Nothing But Privacy Invasions And Rights Erosion0 Commentskbondelli+38
2014 Oct 03 Another Police Chief Says Phone Encryption Is A Pedophile's Best Friend2 Commentsdavidreiss666+16
2014 Sep 27 Another Problem with the “Right to be Forgotten”0 Commentsflovringreen+10
2016 Mar 04 Another Ruling Against Kazakhstan in its Attempt to Use U.S. Courts as Censorship and Harassment Tool0 Commentssabrinadestiny00+9
2015 Aug 12 Another Salvo in the Second Crypto War (of Words).0 Commentstrai_dep+11
2014 May 03 Another Security Flaw Gets the Heartbleed Treatment, But Don't Believe the Hype0 Commentsrollerjockey+2
2013 Oct 21 Another US 'Secure' Service Shuts Down: CryptoSeal VPN Goes Dark To Protect Against US Surveillance21 Commentskismor+110
2015 Nov 15 Another Windows 10 anti-spy script... but maybe the best one5 Commentscemeth+9
2011 Aug 22 Another advertising agency settles Flash cookie lawsuit (Specific Media looks to be the new owner of Myspace)0 Commentsqadm+5
2014 Jul 09 Another alleged US-Spy has been caught in germany (german article)2 CommentsErhan24+42
2016 Jun 10 Another assault on the right to privacy - Granting access to internet browser histories would null the Fourth Amendment0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+25
2012 Jan 21 Another bill by Lamar Smith threatening the internet, this time it is online privacy that is targeted2 CommentsJoey_Bellows+36
2016 Mar 21 Another case of a laptop leaking microphone audio? : RTLSDR0 Commentseleitl+10
2015 Jul 26 Another health care data breach "affecting 4.5 million people. The hacking appears to have gone on undetected since September of 2014 until its recent discovery"1 Commentscoupdetaco+54
2013 Jun 15 Another internet company (webimax.com) CEO against privacy.0 Commentsalphaslum+2
2013 Mar 08 Another new move by Yahoo: YahooMail is requesting its users to submit their mobile phone number19 Commentstellman1257+26
2016 Apr 16 Another perspective on big data: The third eye... (or what happens when n=millions) -- Rory Sutherland1 Comments82364+2
2016 Dec 17 Another post about Telegram and Signal.11 CommentsD3sl0nG3r+3
2016 Apr 11 Another privacy canary in the coal mine?0 Commentsaclu+29
2012 Feb 29 Another reason to love reddit8 Commentstocano+21
2014 Mar 29 Another thought about thwarting license plate scanners15 Commentsgpohbcpp+22
2013 Aug 09 Another way to explain to people why privacy is important / combat the "nothing-to-hide" argument4 CommentsbigGcastle+9
2015 Feb 06 Anthem failed to encrypt customer data prior to cyberattack4 Commentsjohnmountain+33
2015 Feb 05 Anthem hacked. Be on the lookout for fraudulent activity if you use them as your health care provider.2 CommentsKuucheki+14
2013 Jul 04 Anti NSA Device for Your Webcams - Help Us Spread the Word!2 Commentsdlipsjr+8
2012 May 19 Anti Wi-Fi Wallpaper To Go On Sale In 2013, Costs A Tad More Than Normal Ones 8 Commentsttruth1+27
2013 Apr 04 Anti drone clothing4 CommentsWill-Do+36
2013 Jun 09Activism Anti-'domestic surveillance' talking points7 Commentsdalovindj+16
2015 Mar 20 Anti-Censorship Service Greatfire Is Under Attack0 Commentsalinvlad+2
2016 May 27 Anti-Choice Groups Use Smartphone Surveillance to Target 'Abortion-Minded Women' During Clinic Visits1 Commentscampuscodi+11
2013 Oct 03 Anti-DRM activist Cory Doctorow: The Internet is Not a Waffle Iron Connected to a Fax Machine0 Commentsmwickham+0
2016 Apr 14 Anti-Encryption Bill Draft Released0 Comments-code-+18
2016 Apr 19 Anti-Encryption Social Media Campaign Backfires Spectacularly1 CommentsProGamerGov+80
2015 May 20 Anti-NSA Pranksters Planted Tape Recorders Across New York and Published Your Conversations0 CommentsYouAintGotToLieCraig+9
2015 May 20 Anti-NSA Pranksters Planted Tape Recorders Across New York and Published Your Conversations0 CommentsVailhem+2
2013 May 27 Anti-Piracy Commission Asks Congress for Ransomware and Spy Tools: "one of the suggestion[s]...is to allow for elaborate forms of ransomware...includes the peculiar suggestion to make it possible for copyright holders to access computers of alleged offenders to 'retrieve' the stolen files."0 Commentsliefj+64
2015 Jan 13 Anti-Privacy CISPA is Back Thanks to the Sony Hack0 CommentsCastrox+3
2015 Aug 18 Anti-Privacy Unkillable Super-Cookies Spreading Around the World22 CommentsJDGumby+79
2012 Aug 05 Anti-SOPA Candidates Running for Congress1 CommentsOsterstriker+106
2014 Jul 24 Anti-Surveillance Camouflage for Your Face8 Commentsadamelteto+53
2016 Mar 31 Anti-Surveillance: Danish Activist Destroys Cameras10 CommentsElectomatic+32
2015 May 07 Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-51) passes in Canadian House of Commons2 Commentsnuotnik+3
2015 Mar 09 Anti-Terrorism Act threatens privacy rights: Editorial1 CommentsBriceWatland+3
2016 Mar 29 Anti-War Editors Test FBI's 'Threat Assessments'0 Commentstrot-trot+6
2015 Sep 23 Anti-cheating app that tracks eye movements and browsing history takes Big Brother to the college campus.0 Commentsjaxtrelly+6
2015 Mar 16 Anti-doxing strategy—or, how to avoid 50 Qurans and $287 of Chick-Fil-A1 CommentsCapnTrip+9
2016 Nov 29 Anti-drone gun jams robotic flier targets from 1.2 miles away0 Commentspolymute+3
2013 Jun 17 Anti-social media app helps you avoid Foursquare friends0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+0
2013 Jul 03 Anti-spying activists plan rallies across US on July 4th holiday0 Commentsantdude+1
2017 Jan 04 Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition9 Commentsopahfish+22
2017 Jan 19 Anti-surveillance glasses reflect visible/infrared light obscuring face features from facial recognition tech.2 Commentskaris02+12
2014 Sep 28 Anti-surveillance mask enables you to pass as someone else28 CommentsAgentDoggett+103
2014 May 09 Anti-surveillance mask lets you pass as someone else15 Commentsourari+49
2015 Jan 05 Anti-terror plan to spy on toddlers 'is heavy-handed'9 CommentsTheAgoristReport+73
2015 May 13 AntiPolygraph.org: Learn the Truth About Lie Detectors5 Commentsthe_fella+9
2015 Dec 28 Antiterrorism law expands China’s surveillance power0 CommentsmWo12+32
2015 Apr 06 Antivirus companies transmit malicious AND non malicious URL's we visit to their servers.3 Commentsnancybrew+9
2013 Feb 04 Antivirus software is not enough to prevent a cyberattack3 Commentsniceone12+7
2014 Apr 08 Antox: Tox client now available for android (Beta, chat only so far).0 Commentsnaught101+9
2016 Dec 28 Any Completely Offline Calendar/Agenda Apps for Android?2 CommentsJDGumby+3
2013 Oct 16 Any Email Providers Similar to Lavabit?15 Commentswetac0s+6
2016 Dec 16 Any Guide - How to setup highly secure XMPP/Mumble Server?1 Comments30secbro+5
2016 Sep 14 Any Syncthing users? Configuring for maximum privacy/security.2 Commentsenory+25
2014 Jul 21 Any Text or Audio encryption apps that work for both iOS and Android? I can only find one or the other.6 Commentssprafa+2
2016 Jul 26 Any US banks stand out in terms of privacy/security?6 Commentsunclbob+13
2015 Mar 23 Any Windows 7 Privacy Tips?15 Commentsprivacythrowaway3690+12
2016 Jun 05 Any addons/ways to spoof JavaScript variables to make spoofing user agent complete?3 Commentsexquisitesunshine+2
2015 Feb 18 Any alternative to Anonymouth?7 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+6
2014 Jan 12 Any comprehensive instructions on how to secure a computer that will NEVER be connected to the internet?6 Commentsdheoqswaq+6
2013 Jun 26 Any connection between PRISM and 2011's HBGary leak that exposed Romas/COIN/Odyssey?0 Commentslivinglight+6
2016 Aug 05 Any differences between and ProtonMail?17 CommentsAladar42+1
2015 Dec 29 Any email providers that don't require mobile #?12 Commentswntd500+5
2016 Nov 01 Any encrypted messaging app without internet connection ?10 CommentsGoodReap+7
2014 Apr 09 Any evidence that the NSA already knew about the OpenSSL exploit? (x-post from /r/encryption)1 Commentsfongaboo+18
2013 Sep 20 Any existing solutions for private "Find-my-phone" servers?2 Commentse-m-p+10
2014 Feb 02 Any experience using the Cocoon online privacy software?1 Commentsbugeyedpointguard+2
2015 Oct 12 Any experiences/reccs for a web-based (non-App) polling solution that's FLOSS and respects privacy?0 Commentstrai_dep+6
2015 Dec 12 Any fast alternative to Firefox that respects privacy?20 CommentsSteam64rep+9
2013 Mar 25 Any firefox plugin to reduce browser fingerprinting?17 Commentsfdsafasdfas+23
2016 Dec 23 Any flexible user/pass based secure messaging platform?11 CommentsGFiXak8+1
2015 Aug 14 Any forums or guides on how to use UMatrix?2 Commentsgoofball_jones+4
2013 Dec 24 Any free iPhone app for end-to-end encrypted calls (like Jitsi)?2 Commentsdopax+2
2013 Jul 07 Any good European alternatives of popular web services in response to PRISM2 Commentsinvdevm+11
2013 Nov 30 Any good alternative to Scholar Google?8 Commentshkgfga+16
2014 Sep 16 Any good iphone privacy guides out there?8 CommentsRoranicus01+1
2016 Apr 29 Any good open source alternatives to little snitch and/or micro snitch for Mac OS X?3 Commentskjjones08+3
2016 Feb 21 Any good open source keystroke encryption software?7 CommentsPirate278+5
2015 Aug 23 Any guide on how to be as private as possible on Facebook?21 CommentsMaxwellSalmon+4
2015 Oct 19 Any guide to set 100% privacy on new computer?11 Comments101008+13
2016 Aug 14 Any ideas on how to self censor reddit?3 Commentswhenwasyesterday+0
2016 Nov 17 Any instance of instagram utilizing facebook's listening/surveillance tactics?4 Commentstruthgoblin+2
2013 Oct 08 Any linux distro where networking is disabled by default?6 Comments78xv+1
2013 Jul 08 Any linux distro where networking is impossible?3 Commentsrandomexperiments+4
2014 Oct 23 Any love for FF OS? I don't trust Apple or google, maybe this is a viable alternative?5 Commentsicarusrex+3
2013 Jan 10 Any method in Chrome to make it so that if I am logged into one Google service, I am not also logged into others?9 Commentsalwayspro+14
2016 May 17 Any new and reliable "overwrite all comments on Reddit" scripts out there?4 CommentsLegatusDivinae+5
2013 Oct 20 Any new post-NSA book that helps you be more private?1 Commentsubuntu-is-windows+3
2016 Sep 10 Any news on France and Microsoft regarding the advertising tracking on Windows 10?5 CommentsItsNotHectic+119
2012 Dec 12 Any of you use Facebook over TOR?35 Commentszxop1+2
2014 Jan 29 Any opinions on the best wifi router to get, for security and possibly getting involved in Project Meshnet?2 Commentskjeyf9384hf+1
2016 Oct 19 Any point in reporting an email address for spam?11 CommentsSmartAssUsername+4
2016 Jan 02 Any prepaid credit card that does not need your real address, SSN, etc?7 Commentsnuac+5
2012 Apr 30 Any privacy-friendly email list service with functionality like Google Groups?2 Commentseyereddit+8
2014 Jun 22 Any private alternative to a) Google Maps and b) Google Scholar?5 Commentsthrowmongo+7
2015 Mar 20 Any private web hosting service?2 Commentsthrowmongo+3
2015 Oct 28 Any reason not to select all 3rd party filters in ublock?1 Commentspuzzledabout+4
2014 Jun 27 Any recommendations for a Chrome proxy extension w/ authentication?1 Commentsdrdeemanre+7
2012 Jan 25 Any recommendations for podcasts on privacy?1 Commentsz1886+11
2016 May 17 Any repercussions from changing routers (force IP change) every few weeks?4 Commentssappy111+2
2014 Sep 23 Any simple way to have access to many anonymous phone/text numbers?8 Commentsjulieturner99+3
2016 Apr 28 Any site that rates US political candidates (presidential/congressional) on their privacy record?1 CommentsPowerfulComputers+5
2015 Aug 11 Any smart TVs out there that are not that intrusive or are easy to prevent from spying while also using their functionality?3 Commentswhatabear+5
2016 Jan 03 Any stealth ad-blockers?4 CommentsSymbiotic137+6
2013 May 20 Any suggestions for a good internet privacy primer?3 Commentsmister_gone+7
2012 Mar 10 Any suggestions for a secure/private online bookmark manager?8 Commentsblacksmoked+8
2013 May 06 Any suggestions where to rent a VPS from?18 Commentsunbuklethis+11
2016 Sep 06 Any suggests for balancing privacy while maintaining a presence on the internet?2 CommentsCynicalCanine0+2
2015 Jan 18 Any temporary disposable credit card to buy something online from a large company5 Commentsprivacyposter+1
2016 Mar 04 Any thoughts on TrueCaller?3 CommentsRichy13+2
2016 Dec 03 Any tips on Combating/Surviving the "Snoopers Charter" in the UK?54 CommentsHairyNerd+123
2014 Apr 14 Any tips on how to mac spoof a windows phone?1 Commentssurfingjesus+1
2014 Jul 20 Any updates on the Truecrypt mystery?47 Commentsminneso+152
2012 Jun 19 Any way to copy old subreddit subscriptions to a newly registered user automatically?2 Commentsyeayoushookme+3
2016 Jan 19 Any way to create an anonymous Facebook account?17 Comments84-7E-0D-26-61-7C+2
2013 Sep 23 Any way to do two-factor authentication without a phone ?5 Commentsbilldietrich1+3
2016 Feb 21 Any way to load Ubuntu on a Moto E phone so I can get rid of Android and have more privacy?5 Commentsthrowmongo+7
2015 Nov 04 Any way to privately change your name and not be picked up by databases?12 Commentsoprivacyo+7
2016 Jul 28 Any way to safely play my favorite video game on PC?0 CommentsBuzzLightqueer69+1
2016 Jan 30 Any way to stop laptop microphone from recording?7 Commentshongloumeng+3
2016 May 23 Any way to use Google Alerts as RSS without a google account?0 CommentsF118DC0263+6
2012 May 16advice Any way to use Reddit without whitelisting googleapis.com in NoScript?1 Commentsdisconnected1+14
2016 Nov 09 Any website can access a selection of Firefox resource files to find out more about the web browser2 Commentsmynameislongerthanyo+7
2014 Dec 05 Any website that host files and encrypts them?4 CommentsRootedname+3
2016 Apr 29 AnyCrypt | A Chrome Extention to Right-Click Encrypt & Decrypt8 Commentsaustingwalters+19
2015 Nov 10 Anybody else experiencing difficulty with online payments when using AdBlock or Privacy badger? I think this is worrying.6 CommentsAlexander_Selkirk+5
2016 Jun 15 Anybody else uneasy about the Cyanogenmod - Microsoft coziness?4 Commentstennessea+4
2016 Dec 12 Anybody know a good password strength checker?13 CommentsAdityaAnand+5
2013 Sep 04 Anybody tried this? Search data marketers have on you. Not sure if I trust the verification process5 Commentsinscrutablerudy+3
2014 Oct 27 Anybody used FrootVPN? It's Free.3 CommentsCandyflipforeveryone+7
2016 Jan 03 Anyone Use Maxthon Browser?7 Commentsmy_cs_accnt+2
2014 Nov 14 Anyone Use ProxyCrypt for FDE?0 Commentsbushwacker1+1
2014 Feb 12 Anyone allows you to sign up for a free e*mail using Tor?6 Commentsdinraakaa+5
2016 Aug 07 Anyone can help in getting rid of personal information from this website, I have emailed relentlessly, looked up their registrar, no response, anyone has any idea how to get someone overseas not responding to get rid of info. Thanks.2 CommentsDrunkDiplomat+2
2013 Sep 13 Anyone checked out Glimpse (aka myfoia.com)?1 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+5
2013 Jul 10 Anyone else burned out by these negative articles?2 Commentsuserino+5
2013 Jan 22 Anyone else considering a legal name change know how to best obscure you prior identity?1 CommentsPreWarCopJargon+5
2012 Oct 15Advice Anyone else hear about Amanda Todd?6 CommentsGene_P00le+5
2013 Dec 20 Anyone else really disappointed or pissed with Openmailbox?3 Commentsvbce5+0
2014 Dec 08 Anyone else see Facebook's "People You May Know" section suddenly, suspiciously full of personal contacts?5 Comments77ate+2
2014 Sep 12 Anyone ever use mSpy?0 Commentsbigasspizza+2
2014 Aug 25 Anyone familiar with TDD? The EFF needs your help with both Privacy Badger and HTTPS Everywhere.0 CommentsAphix+36
2016 Nov 06 Anyone has experience with Veracrypt on a grub dualboot system?2 CommentsKlausar+9
2016 Nov 05 Anyone have LastPass for their mobile device?4 Commentsloldogex+7
2015 Oct 29 Anyone have a suggestion for a Android "stealth" messaging or SMS client?5 Commentspaganize+5
2013 Jul 16 Anyone have any experience with autistici/inventati for hosting, email or other services?4 Commentsskcwizard+5
2016 Apr 13 Anyone have any opinions on no-log and/or Boum webmails?2 CommentsJust_a_guy_on_the_w3+6
2015 Aug 27 Anyone have auto proxy config URL for firefox?0 Commentsconnexionwithal+2
2013 Oct 21 Anyone have computer related privacy stats I can cite for a law school paper?0 Commentsthinkreate+0
2014 Feb 17 Anyone heard of or used Unseen.is?0 CommentsLowValueTarget+0
2016 Jun 19 Anyone here not willing to use Signal because of its dependence on Google?25 Comments0moi+20
2016 Jan 04 Anyone here use otr.to?3 CommentsGamix84+2
2015 Feb 13 Anyone here use safe-mail.net?5 Commentshacked_and_fucked+3
2013 Jun 05 Anyone know a privacy expert that will sell/setup/train me on a new computer/VPN/etc.?6 CommentsRichardDeckard+11
2014 Feb 17 Anyone know any of the mods at mypostingcareer.com?0 Commentsdlightman82+5
2013 Nov 20 Anyone know any secure calendar program/service?9 Comments583JJDWD+3
2012 Apr 13 Anyone know anything about FileWall?7 CommentsGODZiGGA+1
2013 Jun 17 Anyone know how to get Gibberbot (on android) to work with FacebookMessenger?3 CommentsNomopomo+2
2016 Feb 10 Anyone know much about proton mail?9 Commentsdeadly_penguin+2
2013 Aug 04 Anyone know of a good mobile messaging device without a microphone?4 Commentsexistentialgolem+9
2013 May 27 Anyone know of any DNS Servers in the States that respect privacy and are fast? HTTPS-DNS + DNSSEC preferred.4 CommentsMTCONE+7
2016 Jun 22 Anyone know of any site that is similar to Canary Watch?7 CommentsNusr+2
2014 Jul 08Speculative Anyone know the link for exposing AirVPN as a honeypot?5 Commentschewygumbarsnack+8
2015 Dec 28 Anyone know what happened to darkmail?14 CommentsMonkeypulssse+10
2016 Nov 22 Anyone successfully hosted both Mozilla Sync and Account Servers?2 Commentsgregorie12+10
2015 Feb 25 Anyone that wants to know if they have been spied on, sign up here!!!0 CommentsLebronSingh+1
2015 Mar 31 Anyone tried Hemlis and unseen3 Comments0p3nm1nd+2
2012 Apr 03 Anyone try SRWare Iron browser? Thoughts?3 Commentsvoxpupil+0
2015 Aug 02 Anyone use Copy from barracuda?2 Commentsprivacythrowaway123+0
2016 Sep 03 Anyone use StealthChat for encrypted phone calls? Is it safe? 10 months ago they said they were being audited by the EFF but I haven't heard anything.7 CommentsbearCatBird+2
2015 Nov 26 Anyone use Tutanota as primary email?14 Commentsoptimus2007+6
2016 Jun 05 Anyone use multiple Firefox profiles to reduce tracking?8 Commentsexquisitesunshine+5
2015 Sep 10 Anyone used Sync.com?8 Commentsevangelionpunk+1
2016 Aug 30 Anyone using GNU Social, Diaspora, Friendica, RedMatrix, or Hubzilla?12 Commentsgellenburg+18
2013 Dec 27 Anyone using tcpcrypt? Does it work on a VPN or through a Proxy.0 Commentskr1ptojunky+9
2016 Feb 29 Anyone volunteer to start a new monthly series on this sub? "This month in Privacy news: What you need to know"0 Commentsthrowmongo+4
2016 Mar 03 Anyone want to chat?1 Commentsjonydose+0
2014 May 16 Anyone willing to sue Google to force a European-like right-to-be-forgotten ruling in the US?2 Commentsthrowmongo+4
2012 Sep 23 Anything I should do before i turn on my first smartphone?5 Commentsdonkeynostril+10
2016 Nov 27 Anything out there like rocket.chat or discord that isn't a damn tracking heaven?15 Commentsagentf90+14
2013 Jul 03 Apologies to Steiner -- the New Internet0 Commentsrarelyresponds+33
2014 Feb 01 App Proves Adage: Just Because I’m Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They’re Not Watching Me1 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+16
2016 Apr 20 App Store Censorship and FBI Hacking Proposed at Congressional Crypto Hearing0 Comments-code-+3
2013 Jun 17 App Will Let Health Insurer Track Customer Behavior: Aetna sees cost savings in helping people track their health and fitness.1 CommentsPiscator629+0
2014 May 07 App changes its privacy policy ten days after Facebook acquisition0 Commentsrollerjockey+13
2016 Jan 26 App designed for children with autism now lets you track your kids with one click0 Commentssabrinadestiny00+4
2015 May 04 App that guesses age is fun - but watch out for the fine print4 CommentsMr_sludge+21
2017 Jan 06 App that is encrypting and self-destructing messages2 Commentstihuanafounder+2
2015 Apr 22 App that takes any of the installed apps and inject a wrapper into their code which allows you to disable certain permissions. Does anyone know if this is legit?4 Commentsronan125+10
2012 Aug 02 AppRights takes the legislative process to Twitter via #PrivChat0 CommentsAppRights+4
2012 Jul 31 AppRights: EFF's 'Mobile User Privacy Bill of Rights' - A Starting Point for Legislation?0 CommentsAppRights+2
2015 Aug 19 Apparently American school kids need to opt out of having their data shared. Need to me.4 CommentsJessicaGottlieb+31
2014 Jul 08 Apparently Facebook will match up deleted accounts with new ones, given minimal info.0 Commentswuop+7
2016 May 07 Apparently Samsung's SSD app Magician 4.9.6 wont update firmware if you don't allow them collect your data68 Comments4nis+507
2012 Oct 30 Apparently letting my neighbors know when I vote; where I live; and my full name, is a function Political Consulting Group.18 CommentsSandite5+113
2013 Jul 04 Apparently, Facebook does not like Tor.6 CommentsUndeadBelaLugosi+11
2016 May 23 Apparently, Microsoft will be scanning emails stored on Outlook.com after all. Because terror. In hindsight, their pledge was only to not scan email for advertising purposes. But still. Mention a forbidden topic, even to criticize it, and your email or account might be flagged for review, it seems.55 Commentslucasjkr+401
2016 Feb 18 Appeal filed in Wikimedia v. NSA0 Commentspizzaiolo_+6
2016 Oct 19 Appeals Court Affirms NSA Surveillance Can Be Used To Investigate Domestic Criminal Suspects3 CommentsTheLantean+7
2016 May 31 Appeals Court Delivers Devastating Blow to Cellphone Privacy Advocates1 CommentsCryptoBeer+14
2012 Aug 07 Appeals Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping1 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+9
2015 Aug 30 Appeals Court Reverses Ruling that Found NSA Program Illegal7 Commentsunnecessarily+74
2015 May 07 Appeals Court Rules NSA Phone Program Not Authorized by Patriot Act2 CommentsBleak_Morn+77
2015 Aug 05 Appeals Court Says Mobile Phone Location Is Protected Under 4th Amendment16 CommentsTheLantean+290
2015 Nov 12 Appeals Court Says NSA Can Keep Trampling 4th Amendment With Phone Surveillance Program For Now1 Commentsmaxwellhill+61
2015 May 05 Appeals Court Says Warrantless Phone Tracking Doesn't Violate 4th Amendment Because 'Third Party Doctrine'0 Commentsjohnmountain+0
2012 Feb 28 Appeals Court Upholds Constitutional Right Against Forced Decryption0 Commentsttruth1+3
2014 Oct 09 Appeals Court Very Concerned About Gag Orders On National Security Letters0 Commentswonkadonk+40
2014 Sep 04 Appeals Court Will Reconsider Ruling on Cellphone Tracking0 Commentswonkadonk+7
2015 May 07 Appeals Court ruling: 1) 215 doesn't authorize bulk collection 2) Bulk collection implies everyone has standing 3) 4th Amendment protects against unreasonable seizures, not just searches 4) "Automatic" queries of databases equal to manual searches 5) Gov's reinterpretation of "relevant" invalid0 Commentsjohnmountain+19
2015 Nov 12 Appeals court allows NSA bulk phone spying to continue unabated3 CommentsCapnTrip+28
2015 Nov 17 Appeals court lets NSA phone program continue0 Commentseleitl+23
2016 Nov 27 Appeals court: It doesn'€™t matter how wanted man was found, even if via stingray2 Commentsoneultralamewhiteboy+76
2013 Sep 14 Appelbaum gives informative and moving answer to questions at NSA Hearing in the European Parliament. Chambers echo with applause.3 Commentstemporaryaccount1098+57
2014 Feb 11 Appelbaum: 'No belief that president has control' | Jacob Appelbaum is one of the leading US computer security activists and, along with Laura Poitras, a confidant of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. DW spoke to Appelbaum about the NSA and living in exile.0 Commentskulkke+9
2015 Sep 08 Apple & Other Tech Companies Tangle With US DOJ Over Data Access, Customer Info0 Commentstrai_dep+5
2015 Mar 12 Apple Admits Siri Voice Data is Being shared with Third Parties87 Commentsswtt+625
2014 Sep 20 Apple And Google Will Force A Legal Battle Over The Privacy Of Your Passcode - Forbes1 Commentsspeckz+14
2015 Feb 15 Apple CEO Tim Cook challenges Obama with impassioned stand on privacy0 CommentsblackVPN+15
2014 Oct 22 Apple CEO Tim Cook meets with China's vice premier after iCloud hacks1 Commentsjzorabedian+1
2016 Mar 17 Apple CEO Tim Cook on FBI, Security, Privacy: Transcript0 Commentsspeckz+6
2015 Oct 01 Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'Privacy Is a Fundamental Human Right'17 Commentsdavey_b+75
2016 Feb 25 Apple CEO Tim Cook: FBI asked us to make software 'equivalent of cancer'; the debate needs to be conducted openly and fairly.0 Commentstrai_dep+11
2015 Jun 03 Apple CEO makes stinging attack on Silicon Valley’s attitude to data privacy0 Commentszab1e+7
2016 Jan 26 Apple Can Still Read Your End-to-End Encrypted iMessages7 Commentssexystick+25
2016 Jan 27 Apple Can Still Read Your End-to-End Encrypted iMessages1 Commentsflaggwiz+17
2016 Mar 23 Apple CareKit should spark heightened privacy debate2 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+4
2016 Mar 07 Apple Case Exposes Government Rift Over Encryption Policy3 CommentsmWo12+113
2014 Jul 12 Apple China denies location tracking claims: we’re ‘deeply committed to protecting the privacy of all our customers’0 CommentsFredlamb+2
2013 May 01 Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniack talking about Web Crackdown Coming, Freedom Failing(Older Video but interesting)0 Commentsvtc4+2
2013 Jun 22 Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Slams Surveillance State, Hails NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden15 CommentsPinkSlimeIsPeople+341
2016 Apr 21 Apple Co-Founder: Cybercrime is World’s Greatest Threat1 Commentssecretguy21+1
2016 Apr 21 Apple Encryption Saga and Beyond: What U.S. Courts Can Learn from Canadian Caselaw0 Commentsspeckz+1
2016 Mar 18 Apple Engineers Contemplate Refusing To Write Code Demanded By Justice Department61 CommentsBossman1086+343
2012 Sep 12 Apple Event Today: More Privacy Nightmares Forthcoming? Face Recognition, 3 microphones, Combined Voice and Data Chip, low light sensor... and a laundry list of other things that will potentially further destroy the idea of privacy - or at least remove aspects of user control. Thoughts?3 Commentsvictory-not-vengance+24
2016 Mar 02 Apple Fight Could Lead To "Virtually Limitless" Surveillance Powers, Judge Warns4 Commentshugvo+57
2013 Apr 19 Apple Finally Reveals How Long Siri Keeps Your Data0 Commentsantdude+11
2012 Oct 11 Apple Has Quietly Started Tracking iPhone Users Again, And It's Tricky To Opt Out21 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+151
2016 Feb 25 Apple Hires Lead Dev of Snowden’s Favorite Messaging App17 CommentsLibertatea+80
2015 Oct 21 Apple Inc. told a federal judge that it “would be impossible” to access user data on a locked iPhone running one of the newer operating systems, but that it could likely help the government unlock an older phone.0 CommentsSybles+24
2015 Jan 20 Apple Increasing Lobbying Presence in Washington, D.C. Under Tim Cook0 Commentsjimmyradola+6
2016 Feb 24 Apple Is Facing U.S. Demand to Unlock 9 More iPhones1 Commentsooax+23
2016 Mar 18 Apple Lambasts the FBI for Not Asking the NSA to Help Hack That iPhone4 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+70
2016 Feb 18 Apple Leads the Charge on Security, But Who Will Follow?0 Commentssigbhu+4
2016 Sep 29 Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts and May Share Them With Police0 CommentsHinulog+10
2016 Sep 28 Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts — and May Share Them With Police16 Commentssamfbiddle+110
2015 May 15 Apple Objects to Customer Information Being Included in Sale of RadioShack Assets1 Commentslost_profit+10
2016 Jun 22 Apple Opens Up iPhone Code in What Could Be Savvy Strategy or Security Screwup7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 23 Apple Opens Up iPhone Code in What Could Be Savvy Strategy or Security Screwup1 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2015 Feb 17 Apple Partners With the Government on Cybersecurity, Then Preaches About Privacy0 Commentsquantumcipher+18
2016 Jun 30 Apple Patents Technology That Could Prevent You From Filming, Taking Photos at Concerts8 CommentsTurdNuggies+20
2014 Oct 20 Apple Pay Privacy Concern3 Comments_M3M3_+2
2016 Feb 25 Apple Plans To Make iPhone And iCloud More Secure To Keep The Government Away29 Commentssabrinadestiny00+187
2014 Sep 18 Apple Privacy: We can no longer decrypt iPhones for law enforcement, starting with iOS 828 Commentstrai_dep+26
2016 Jul 09 Apple Ransom Scam Could Mean 40 Million Leaked Passwords2 Commentsflaggwiz+3
2014 Jul 22 Apple Responds to Backdoors Accusations, Contributes Little1 Commentsjudgedole+28
2014 Sep 02 Apple Says Celebrity iCloud Accounts Compromised by Weak Passwords, Not iCloud Breach2 Commentslost_profit+0
2016 Feb 20 Apple Sees Value in Privacy Vow0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+15
2016 Sep 28 Apple Shares Some iMessage Metadata with Law Enforcement0 CommentsmWo12+14
2016 Mar 22 Apple Shrugs? – Atlas Shrugged0 Commentswewewawa+0
2016 Feb 17 Apple Slams Order To Hack a Killer’s iPhone, Inflaming Encryption Debate. Judicial Writ Would Compel Apple To Write Custom OS Bypassing Passcode Delays, 10x Attempt Then Wipe Protections1 Commentstrai_dep+4
2014 Sep 23 Apple Still Has Plenty of Your Data for the Feds0 CommentsblackVPN+15
2016 May 05 Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.150 Commentssunkindonut149+837
2015 Jun 08 Apple Stresses User Privacy At WWDC1 Commentssemi-matter+3
2013 Dec 16 Apple Supplier Pegatron Uses Face Recognition to Screen Workers0 Commentscameronj+5
2016 Mar 07 Apple VP: The FBI wants to roll back safeguards that keep us a step ahead of criminals0 CommentsmWo12+36
2012 Jun 26 Apple Vs. Big Brother: New Clone-Making Patent Aims To Sabotage Data Profilers0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+2
2015 Jun 25 Apple Wants Your Friends to Track Your Location Even When You’re Indoors1 CommentsJackassWhisperer+10
2014 Sep 15 Apple Watch Already Facing Questions Concerning User Privacy from CT Attorney General0 Commentslost_profit+1
2016 Oct 10 Apple Watches banned from Cabinet after ministers warned devices could be vulnerable to hacking1 CommentsmWo12+25
2016 Mar 01 Apple Wins Major Court Victory in its Battle Against FBI in a Case Similar to Bernardino (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)1 Commentsprivacypatriot+74
2012 Jul 22 Apple Won't Let You See What iPhone Apps Do With Your Data0 Commentsskeptoid+4
2016 Oct 26 Apple admits that it shares customer data with govt2 Commentsm4nz+0
2016 Oct 14 Apple already has the tech to ID you using your veins | ZDNet0 CommentsVincentLaurent+5
2016 Apr 14 Apple and FBI head back to Congress to debate encryption0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Apr 07 Apple and Google among firms calling for changes to snooper's charter | theguardian0 Comments-code-+2
2015 May 22 Apple and Google just attended a confidential spy summit in a remote English mansion0 Commentsjohnmountain+27
2015 Sep 10 Apple and Google seek to protect consumers, leaving some app makers frustrated2 Commentsxxtruthxx+2
2014 Nov 08 Apple and Microsoft trust the Chinese government to protect your communications0 Commentswonkadonk+0
2016 Apr 07 Apple and WhatsApp’s Encryption Is a Stimulus Package for the Phone Hacking Industry0 CommentsVailhem+3
2015 Aug 05 Apple and privacy3 Commentsjackarooh+1
2015 Apr 14 Apple and the Self-Surveillance State0 Commentsxiongchiamiov+3
2016 Aug 12 Apple at BlackHat: Reopening the "Going Dark" Debate1 Commentsspeckz+11
2014 Aug 19 Apple begins storing Chinese users' personal data on servers in China0 Commentsantdude+18
2015 Jun 03 Apple boss Tim Cook hits out at Facebook and Google regarding privacy and security4 Commentsrandomnamegendarme+15
2015 Feb 28 Apple boss Tim Cook: We have a human right to privacy; why the threat of terrorism should not scaremonger citizens into giving up their privacy.7 Commentstrai_dep+41
2015 Dec 23 Apple calls on UK government to scale back snooper's charter0 Commentsreaderseven+9
2014 Jan 04 Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak brands Edward Snowden a hero who acted 'from his heart'9 Commentswewewawa+315
2016 Apr 18 Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says cyber crime is world's greatest threat1 Commentsfrenzy3+37
2016 Aug 03 Apple could benefit from Windows 10 privacy nightmare [x-post /r/europrivacy]10 Commentsourari+26
2015 Dec 21 Apple criticises Investigatory Powers Bill: Theresa May’s spying law could endanger privacy & security, company says.0 Commentstrai_dep+3
2013 May 10 Apple deluged by so many police demands to decrypt iPhones, that they had to create a waiting list.15 Commentsredditmaid+92
2016 Dec 14 Apple designing its own iCloud servers to avoid surveillance9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+90
2014 Feb 24 Apple encryption mistake puts many desktop applications at risk..6 Commentsmicjustin33+24
2016 Mar 18 Apple engineers could walk away from FBI’s iPhone demands0 Commentsflaggwiz+64
2013 Jun 17 Apple explains how it handles government data requests — confirms FaceTime, iMessage chats are encrypted0 Commentsroostguy56+11
2014 Aug 04 Apple faces class action suit for tracking users without consent21 CommentsblackVPN+247
2014 Oct 03 Apple got it wrong -- Google is the safest place on the Web, the search giant's chairman says.0 Commentsspeckz+0
2012 Jun 25 Apple has been assigned a patent that aims to protect Internet users' privacy by disseminating fake data about them - making it much harder for marketers and even governments to draw a bead on individuals.15 Commentszigzagz+29
2016 Feb 29 Apple has hired one of the key developers of Signal2 CommentsDataPhreak+11
2012 Sep 05CodeRed Apple has patented a technology which allows government and police to block transmission of data, including video and photographs, from any public gathering or venue they deem “sensitive”.31 Commentsrogerology+173
2012 Apr 04 Apple holds the master decryption key when it comes to iCloud security, privacy. 4 Commentswhoamiamwho+58
2014 Apr 16 Apple iBeacon Upgrade Tracks Customers Even When Marketing Apps Are Off : All Tech Considered : NPR2 CommentsJDGumby+22
2016 Sep 28 Apple iMessage Privacy issue0 Commentskjjones08+3
2016 Oct 04 Apple iMessage URLs ship OS, device, and IP data to sites, dev says2 CommentsHinulog+3
2014 May 02 Apple iOS 7 Updates Silently Remove Encryption for Email Attachments0 Commentspirates-running-amok+45
2015 Jun 10 Apple iOS 9: Security & Privacy Features0 Commentsjohnmountain+4
2013 Feb 28 Apple iOS Apps Leak More Personal Info Than Android1 Comments7oby+3
2013 Mar 05 Apple iOS Apps Leak More Personal Info Than Android1 Commentswhitefangs+2
2015 Mar 18 Apple iOS Hardware Assisted Screenlock Bruteforce1 CommentsSybles+1
2013 Sep 22 Apple iPhone 5s Fingerprint Database To Be Shared With NSA5 Commentsseitovpu+0
2014 Jul 26 Apple iPhones allow extraction of deep personal data, researcher finds0 Commentsmarx2k+3
2014 Oct 05 Apple is not designing systems to prevent law enforcement from executing legitimate warrants. It’s building systems that prevent everyone who might want your data—including hackers, malicious insiders, and even hostile foreign governments—from accessing your phone.85 Commentswonkadonk+235
2011 Apr 27 Apple is not tracking your location3 Commentsvanquish46+9
2015 Mar 10 Apple is rejecting Signal 2.0.1 because they are doing privacy-friendly bloom filter contact intersection10 Commentsjohnmountain+23
2015 Jan 23 Apple is reportedly giving the Chinese government access to its devices for “security checks”3 Commentsbiffbagwell+16
2016 Feb 19 Apple is right to keep our secrets safe32 Commentssovereignindividual+306
2016 Apr 09 Apple isn't going to sue the FBI to find out how it unlocked that iPhone 5c4 Commentspolymute+26
2016 Feb 18 Apple isn't protecting a shooter's iPhone data. They're defending digital privacy117 CommentsblackVPN+1366
2016 Aug 30 Apple issues iOS update to combat spyware0 CommentsBREXIT-NINE-ELEVEN+2
2013 Jun 17 Apple joins Facebook and Microsoft in revealing US surveillance requests. Tech firm promises users that iMessage, FaceTime, location details and Siri requests remain private0 Commentsinmersion+1
2016 Apr 20 Apple lawyer states the company has refused to provide source code to China0 Commentsindianpolitics13+4
2016 Mar 01 Apple lawyer, FBI director face off before Congress on iPhone encryption0 Commentsbleahbloh+19
2016 Jun 15 Apple mandates App Store apps support ATS security protocol by 20172 CommentsAnonymousAurele+13
2015 Jul 17 Apple may check your credit-card balance to show affordable products0 Commentscensoredandagain+51
2013 May 08 Apple ordered by German court to change its privacy rules0 Commentsactionsketch+14
2016 Feb 17 Apple ordered to break into San Bernardino shooter's iPhone6 Commentsmss5333+9
2016 Feb 19 Apple plays digital privacy hardball with FBI, 'but not China'1 CommentsLibertatea+7
2016 Jun 22 Apple pollutes data about you to protect your privacy. But it might not be enough0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+3
2014 Jun 11 Apple praised for plan to undermine extensive system that secretly tracks customers3 Commentsdavidreiss666+26
2016 Jun 13 Apple promises to deliver AI smarts without sacrificing your privacy45 CommentsAnonymousAurele+50
2016 May 25 Apple re-hires security expert of PGP, Blackphone and Silent Circle fame0 CommentsSecuritySquirrel+8
2015 Jan 07 Apple recently patented technology that will allow the authorities and police to disable data transmission on iPhones, including video and photos, whenever they like.93 CommentsdatJedi+174
2013 Apr 21 Apple records and keeps users' Siri queries for up to 2 years1 Commentsmepper+19
2016 May 24 Apple rehires prominent security pro as encryption fight boils5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+63
2015 Oct 21 Apple reiterates that it’s ‘impossible’ to unlock newer iPhones for authorities0 CommentsDoener23+8
2013 Jun 17 Apple releases new details on National Security Requests0 Comments-Gavin-+0
2014 Mar 06 Apple security rules leave inherited iPad useless, say sons0 Commentsantdude+3
2015 Mar 21 Apple seemingly attempts to determine your location even when Location Services are turned off13 Commentschrisgagne+108
2015 Nov 04 Apple should stop selling iPhones in the UK if 'stupid' new law goes ahead, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales says3 CommentsLibertatea+3
2016 Feb 17 Apple standing up against overreach by the U.S. government in letter to customers4 Commentsernhede+41
2016 Feb 22 Apple store protests over encryption battle planned worldwide1 CommentsmWo12+7
2016 May 24 Apple stores the audio for 18 months when you ask Siri a question.8 CommentsJava_King_+35
2014 Sep 24 Apple to License Algorithm Which Will Allow the Tracking of Random MAC Addresses Generated by iOS 80 Commentsjoshuasm32+10
2012 Feb 16 Apple to address apps stealing contacts. Fix to be selective per app like Location Services.0 Commentsxcalibre+3
2016 Feb 24 Apple to argue First Amendment in iPhone encryption fight0 CommentsmWo12+5
2015 Jun 09 Apple to require 6-digit passcodes on newer iPhones, iPads under iOS 91 Commentsinfosecbuggy+3
2016 Apr 19 Apple transparency report: over 1,000 government requests for user data0 CommentsBarmagluk+1
2016 Feb 18 Apple unlocked at least 70 iPhones before refusal3 Commentsginger_bredman+11
2014 Sep 18 Apple updates privacy policy, moves to reassure users0 Commentspartynine+14
2016 Mar 16 Apple v FBI: "Should the government have carte blanche rights to force anyone to work for them? Should the privacy of people’s entire past be subject to a warrant?...The questions that the [DOJ] is posing, at the very core of the matter, are questions of whether or not we should be a free people."2 CommentsMrEdgarFriendly+117
2016 Feb 20 Apple v the FBI: what's the beef, how did we get here and what's at stake? (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)1 Commentsprivacypatriot+5
2016 Mar 31 Apple v/s FBI questions1 Commentsrimrimraffraff+3
2014 Feb 19 Apple values your privacy, ads firms complain0 Commentslost_profit+3
2016 Sep 02 Apple vs Dash: The Importance of Privacy4 Commentseric_sammons+10
2016 Mar 07 Apple vs FBI: Lavabit warns FBI’s “extraordinary” action may drive US businesses offshore0 CommentsmWo12+12
2016 Feb 21 Apple vs. FBI: Can any phone creator push something to your phone to assist unlocks?1 Commentsopeboyal+5
2016 Feb 26 Apple vs. Fbi: Tech giants line up to support Apple in court0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+15
2016 Mar 02 Apple vs. the FBI vs. You - No matter who prevails, your privacy is endangered.0 Commentsanutensil+9
2016 Mar 22 Apple vs. the FBI: Details on the March 22 hearing1 CommentsJugglingForACure+1
2015 Dec 22 Apple warns against the UK's proposed spying law1 Commentsdabshitty+40
2014 Sep 19 Apple will no longer unlock most iPhones, iPads for police, even with search warrants1 Commentsjftrent1388+8
2013 Feb 04 Apple wins Internet privacy ruling0 Commentswittyscreenname+4
2016 Jun 27 Apple won’t collect your data for its AI services unless you let it14 Commentsspeckz+17
2016 Jun 14 Apple's 'Differential Privacy' Is About Collecting Your Data - But Not *Your* Data4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2014 May 14 Apple's 'convoluted and unclear' iCloud agreements break Norwegian law, says watchdog1 Commentsspeckz+15
2016 Jun 16 Apple's Big Security Upgrades Will Save You From Yourself3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2015 Nov 22 Apple's CEO On Encryption: "You Can't Have A Back Door That's Only For The Good Guys"41 CommentsmWo12+507
2016 Sep 08 Apple's Cloud Key Vault1 Commentsspeckz+9
2015 Feb 15 Apple's Cook: 'Everyone has a right to privacy and security'3 Commentswewewawa+8
2016 Jun 17 Apple's Differential Privacy1 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2015 Oct 24 Apple's EULA Gives It License to Invade Your Privacy, Government Claims1 CommentsblackVPN+81
2016 Mar 08 Apple's FBI Clash Risks Piercing Trust in EU Privacy Shield1 CommentsNighthawkFencer+10
2013 Sep 16 Apple's Fingerprint ID May Mean You Can't 'Take the Fifth'3 CommentsNimbs+13
2016 Feb 26 Apple's Involuntary Servitude - Reason.com0 CommentsThuban+2
2015 Nov 25 Apple's Operating Systems are Also Malware13 Commentspizzaiolo_+45
2016 Feb 22 Apple's Plan To Help Break Standoff With FBI0 Commentscitizenof4+1
2016 Mar 28 Apple's San Bernardino fight is officially over as court confirms working attack4 CommentsAluminiumMk1+14
2014 Sep 18 Apple's Tim Cook attacks Google and Facebook over privacy flaws “We don’t build a profile based on your email content or web browsing habits to sell to advertisers.... And we don’t read your email or your messages to get information to market to you.”0 CommentsLibertatea+4
2015 Mar 25 Apple's encrypted iPhone backups leak key user metadata0 Commentsjmesfrnco+9
2016 Apr 08 Apple's first court-ordered iPhone unlock likely dates back to 2008 case, report says0 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+7
2016 Jun 14 Apple's iCloud stores emails unencrypted6 CommentsEasyCrypt+6
2014 Jun 11 Apple's iOS 8 will stop retailers spying on customers via Wi-Fi; New software will randomise the unique device identifier of phones, protecting users against spying from shops and others.3 Commentstrai_dep+19
2015 Sep 23 Apple's iOS 9 breaks VPNs7 Commentsno1_vern+4
2013 Sep 17 Apple's iPhone fingerprint tech a security nightmare - German expert warns against handing over biometric data10 CommentsSoCo_cpp+27
2016 Jun 23 Apple's new privacy effort worth watching0 Commentsgrangercao+1
2012 Sep 20 Apple's secret plan to join iPhones with airport security: Under Apple's patent, a traveler's phone would automatically send electronic identification to a TSA agent as soon as the traveler gets in line.8 Commentsmepper+66
2016 Aug 09 Apple's security measures in iOS detailed at Black Hat conference1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Feb 28 Apple's tech allies rally in support of privacy, but that doesn't mean they don't want your data0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+22
2011 Sep 27 Apple, Dropbox Added to EFF Privacy Coalition1 Commentsexpertvoice+9
2016 Apr 19 Apple, FBI return to Congress to spar over encryption0 CommentsRyydA+5
2016 Apr 15 Apple, FBI set to resume encryption fight at House hearing3 CommentsmWo12+54
2016 Apr 14 Apple, FBI to clash again in Congress over encryption0 Commentsjetrin+4
2014 May 09 Apple, Facebook, others defy authorities, notify users of secret data demands4 Commentsquantumcipher+76
2015 Nov 29 Apple, Google and Microsoft: weakening encryption lets the bad guys in0 CommentsmWo12+11
2013 Jul 17 Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Others Call for More NSA Transparency0 Commentsinmersion+7
2016 Apr 20 Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others express ‘deep concerns’ over controversial encryption bill. Coalitions representing major tech companies warn of 'unintended consequences' in letter to US senators.3 Commentsspeckz+70
2011 Apr 21 Apple, Skype, Verizon, Other Firms Flunk Privacy Report Card0 Commentsakwala+6
2016 Mar 02 Apple, the FBI, and the evolution of encryption (xpost)1 CommentsKruger2147+3
2016 Mar 29 Apple-FBI Kerfuffle in One Interactive Funny Timeline0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+1
2016 Feb 17 Apple: A Message to Our Customers147 CommentsAluminiumMk1+1722
2016 Mar 11 Apple: DOJ 'desperate,' brief reads like indictment -- "The Justice Department on Thursday filed its latest response to Apple in the fight over iPhone encryption, calling the tech giant's rhetoric in the San Bernardino, California, case 'false' and 'corrosive' of institutions that safeguard rights."0 Commentstrot-trot+1
2014 Jun 14 Apple: We’ll ‘soon’ begin encrypting iCloud email in transit between providers | 9to5Mac0 Commentsspeckz+6
2016 Feb 20 Apple: an iPhone Backdoor Would Be Reused by China, Russia, and the US4 Commentshugvo+104
2016 Aug 16 Apple’s CEO: "I do worry about people not really understanding deeply about what kinds of things are out there about them"66 CommentsmWo12+432
2013 Jun 19 Apple’s Commitment to Customer Privacy0 Commentsantdude+1
2016 Feb 29 Apple’s Cook Picks Up Where Snowden Left Off in Privacy Debate0 CommentsNighthawkFencer+2
2016 Feb 19 Apple’s FBI Battle Is Complicated. Here’s What’s Really Going On0 CommentsVailhem+5
2016 Feb 19 Apple’s FBI Battle Is Complicated. Here’s What’s Really Going On6 CommentsblackVPN+46
2016 Feb 21 Apple’s FBI battle is just the beginning of a reality check for the tech sector0 Commentshugvo+8
2014 Sep 06 Apple’s Fingerprint ID May Mean You Can’t ‘Take the Fifth’ | Opinion | WIRED6 Commentsmywan+19
2014 Oct 21 Apple’s Mac computers can automatically collect your location information0 Commentsflovringreen+6
2016 Aug 04 Apple’s New Privacy Technology May Pressure Competitors to Better Protect Our Data23 CommentsAnonymousAurele+144
2016 Feb 18 Apple’s Noble Stand Against the FBI Is Also Great Business1 Commentshugvo+9
2016 Feb 18 Apple’s Stance Highlights a More Confrontational Tech Industry1 Commentssadatay+1
2016 Jan 13 Apple’s Tim Cook Lashes Out at White House Officials for Being Wishy-Washy on Encryption66 Commentsdwaxe+273
2015 Jun 04 Apple’s Tim Cook: Google privacy remarks miss the point1 Commentsjherazob+1
2016 Jul 25 Apple’s Touch ID blocks feds—armed with warrant—from unlocking iPhone; Supreme Court has not ruled about compelled unlocking of fingerprint-locked devices.2 Commentstrai_dep+7
2016 May 18 Apple’s banned an iPhone app that let you know if you were being spied on36 CommentsAnonymousAurele+424
2016 Mar 05 Apple’s best defense against the FBI is the one it can’t share publicly10 Commentssabrinadestiny00+32
2014 Oct 08 Apple’s iPhone Encryption Is a Godsend, Even if Cops Hate It3 Commentselectronics-engineer+46
2016 Apr 18 Apple’s iPhone engineers consider hackers a more pressing threat than the government3 CommentsJackassWhisperer+32
2016 Mar 04 Apple’s new ally in unlocking battle: A man whose wife was shot 3 times in attack0 Commentsfuzzyparasite+10
2014 Sep 18 Apple’s “warrant canary” disappears, suggesting new Patriot Act demands14 Commentswonkadonk+288
2012 Mar 13 Applicants Coerced Into Surfing Facebook While Employers Watch6 CommentsTheloniusPhunk+4
2012 Feb 22 Applies to most social networking sites.3 Commentsbincat+52
2016 Jun 18 Approach to browser fingerprints, spoofing, and identity2 Commentsrieje+16
2015 Mar 31 Approaches for pushing Do Not Track to the edges0 Commentseclip5e+2
2016 Jun 10 Apps for burner phone numbers2 CommentsKulekele+1
2016 Oct 01 Apps identifying a device and user on iOS5 Commentsflashomatic+3
2016 Feb 01 Apps to Manage Passwords So They Are Harder to Crack Than ‘Password’4 Commentsmizfy+1
2015 Mar 25 Apps’ Info-Sharing Can Imperil Privacy – Hundreds of Times0 Commentsgordonmannon+1
2015 May 17 Aral Balkan — So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish1 Commentsnapoliten+5
2014 Sep 04 Aral Balkan: Free is a Lie1 Commentswonkadonk+4
2016 Jul 11 Architect of UK Snoopers' Charter set to become Prime Minister after a shocking two weeks of people bowing out of the race.6 CommentsCato_Keto_Cigars+43
2015 Dec 09 Archive Of Crypto Software: Suggestions Needed0 CommentsCannon-C+3
2016 Sep 20 Archive.IS is hosting a fake malicious blog with my photo & private info, refuses to take it down3 Commentsarchivedrama+7
2015 Sep 02 Are 2016 Presidential Candidates Secretly Collecting Your Info?0 Commentsblastadon+1
2016 Jan 26 Are Americans Ready to Lose Their Privacy?0 Commentspotsta9+8
2017 Jan 15 Are Apple iCloud Notes end-to-end encrypted?7 CommentsCR0CKER+4
2015 Apr 07 Are Colleges Invading Their Students' Privacy?0 Commentswaderwithgrace+7
2015 Aug 06 Are DHS 'front' companies capturing your kids irises and fingerprints?3 CommentsDownUnderCrew+21
2012 Aug 08 Are Demonoid Users at Risk? 1 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+0
2016 May 18 Are Dropbox, Microsoft and Google as bad, as portrayed?8 CommentsFeral_Heart+4
2013 Jun 20 Are EU governments doing things even worse than the U.S. and NSA?0 CommentsPrivacyProf+1
2015 Nov 30 Are Encryption Backdoors Needed to Fight Terrorism?1 CommentsmWo12+0
2013 Jun 15 Are Facebook and Microsoft lying to us?1 Commentsedgarsotophotography+3
2014 Feb 01 Are Fitbit, Nike, and Garmin Planning to Sell Your Personal Fitness Data?1 Commentsfabnup+6
2016 Aug 09 Are GCHQ and the NSA tracking you on Reddit as you read this?1 Commentscoppenbobber+4
2015 Apr 10 Are IP addresses actually personally identifiable?2 CommentsThrowaway84947+6
2015 May 07 Are IP addresses eventually anonymized?3 Commentsprivacythrowaway123+2
2015 Jan 24 Are MOOC-Takers 'Students'? Not When It Comes to the Feds Protecting Their Data0 Commentskhanidoit+10
2014 Jun 25 Are National Security Lawyers a National Security Threat? Lawyers' Outsized Role in America's Intelligence Debate0 CommentsVarjak42+3
2015 Mar 20 Are OpenSPARC processors the only open source ones available?1 Commentsiamyounow+4
2014 Oct 09 Are Patient Privacy Laws Being Abused to Protect Medical Centers?0 CommentsNickSD+5
2015 Sep 22 Are Pidgin Audio/Video calls secure & encrypted?5 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+13
2012 Oct 24 Are Police Dogs Invading Our Privacy?0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+0
2014 Mar 14 Are Public Webcams in Businesses and Churches A Violation Of Privacy?7 Commentsiwantprivacy+2
2014 Jul 16 Are RedPhone and TextSecure the best privacy app for calling and texting?6 Commentsj3zuz00+8
2016 Jun 24 Are Russia's anti-terror laws designed to fight democracy?6 Commentshugvo+7
2016 Apr 27 Are SSD drives basically a no-go for anyone that ever wants to permanently delete unencrypted information?21 Comments0moi+10
2016 Jan 27 Are Slack Messages Subject to FOIA Requests? - If you work for a government agency, your taco emoji are federal records.0 Commentsanutensil+1
2014 Apr 29 Are TOR hidden services a valid substitute for DynDNS?1 CommentsBolusop+1
2013 Jan 16 Are Tom Hank’s medical files worth 3 months in federal prison?4 Commentsagreenjay+5
2013 May 29 Are VPN's suspicious?12 CommentsHetookmyusername+33
2013 Oct 21 Are We Close To Reading Minds?0 CommentsSwipeYoEBT+1
2013 Apr 03 Are You A Teenager Who Reads News Online? According to the Justice Department, You May Be a Criminal16 Commentswhitefangs+182
2013 Feb 12 Are You Living in a Constitution Free Zone?7 Commentswhitefangs+47
2015 Mar 10 Are You Obligated to Provide Your Password at the Border? (Canada)1 Commentscqwww+25
2014 Mar 28 Are You Ready for Life Under Total Surveillance?0 Commentspaulen8+6
2014 Apr 26 Are You Ready for a Driver’s License for the Internet?21 Commentsyahoo_bot+165
2016 Sep 28 Are You Trackable?0 Commentsschwifty-rick+11
2015 Mar 02 Are Your Devices Hardwired For Betrayal?0 CommentsKerberos53+26
2014 Jul 30 Are Your Online Images Revealing More Than You Know?0 CommentsNotorstre+2
2013 Oct 04 Are all NIST cryptography standards compromised?6 Commentsamcgillacuddy+9
2013 Oct 11 Are all TLD's safe to buy when registering got a domain name?7 Commentssudocat+6
2015 Feb 16 Are anonymization or pseudonymization effective for protecting privacy?2 Commentsziipo+7
2012 Aug 31 Are biometric surveillance systems privacy-friendly? My response to yesterday's Business Week article.0 Commentscqwww+1
2015 Jan 30 Are civilian stingrays legal?4 Commentswackawackaflocka+7
2013 Apr 26 Are congressional bills sometimes used just to raise awareness?2 Commentspandacorn+3
2013 May 15 Are creepy dudes now using drones for their nefarious ends?1 Commentsmeyamashi+0
2012 Oct 30 Are dogs scientific devices?0 Commentsmeyamashi+6
2016 Jan 02 Are drug dealer using dumb phones dumb?9 Commentsn0ko+9
2015 Mar 21 Are email addresses considered to be "private information" on forums?3 Comments54625+5
2014 Nov 11 Are fingerprints PINs or physical artifacts? A judge's ruling that a person can be forced to open his phone with his fingerprint ignores the fact that the fingerprint scan is just a substitute PIN, which can't be required by law enforcement.6 Commentsyourbasicgeek+35
2015 Apr 08 Are firefox plug-ins an attack surface?15 CommentsNormal-Everyday-Guy+11
2016 Mar 06 Are gifs used to steal your passwords, invade your privacy or infuse malware?1 CommentsGMcarsBreakDown+1
2016 Aug 16 Are google's and dropbox's products attacks our privacy?0 CommentsFeral_Heart+1
2015 Apr 10 Are independent online accounts still connected to each other?4 CommentsThrowaway84947+3
2017 Jan 22 Are iphones the open door I imagine them to be?3 Commentshivecircuit+0
2014 Oct 01 Are my texts and IM's from my personal cell phone visible to IT staff if I am connected to wifi at work?22 Commentsalligator_ate_my_pie+9
2016 Dec 15 Are old cell phones more private than new?2 Commentshe_who_eats_rocks+3
2016 Jul 21 Are online surveys to access content a privacy threat?1 Commentsjonfla+7
2014 Nov 04 Are phone apps similar to web apps and widgets?0 CommentsZsNuts+1
2016 Feb 26 Are privacy fears causing consumer trust in mobile services to plunge?0 Commentsjonfla+7
2016 Dec 06 Are smart toys spying on children?2 CommentsMsWrite+27
2016 Feb 24 Are some cloud storage companies more private than others?5 CommentsPenIslandTours+1
2014 Sep 11 Are the FBI and “weev” both hackers?8 CommentsI_chase_fat_ninjas+38
2016 May 13 Are the guys behind the 'Privacy-Conscious Email Services' site still active at all? Link in comment for reference. Maybe someone here can help.7 CommentsSniperTooL+5
2016 Nov 02 Are the iMessages you deleted really out ? Attention privacy in danger0 Commentsmon-ip-addresse-com+3
2012 May 22 Are the police tracking your calls?0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+13
2014 Apr 15 Are the websites you’re using tracking what you type?2 Commentssimplesammm+1
2016 Nov 14 Are their other brosers that mask your IP address besides TOR?7 Commentsdashiellfaireborn+1
2016 Nov 14 Are there 'activist security basics' fliers made for handing out at protests?7 Commentskimchi_station+9
2015 Jun 22 Are there alternatives to Fitbit (wearable fitness tracking) which are offline?3 CommentsMachinTrucChose+8
2013 Aug 08 Are there anonymous/pseudonymous credit card services? How do I use them? How about privacy-minded banks?3 Commentsfascinista+8
2014 Sep 13 Are there any "Bug Detectors" that are useful?2 CommentsAnonBTCShoppin+9
2014 Jun 09 Are there any "anonymous" / "privacy first" messaging systems for iOS, Android, + possibly others?20 Commentsandey+24
2013 Dec 21 Are there any Facebook settings that will keep my activity private?7 CommentsPenIslandTours+2
2014 Jun 02 Are there any Free PGP-Powered email services?4 CommentsHighBeamHater+3
2016 May 27 Are there any IM apps for Android/iOS that supports fully secure group chats?12 CommentsNhcNymo+7
2012 Jan 27 Are there any ISPs that have an interest in protecting the privacy of their customers?4 Commentssicilianojoe+10
2016 Dec 03 Are there any US political parties or candidates that are anti surveillance?3 CommentsAlexandre_Delcomune+3
2016 Jul 29 Are there any Windows 10 Privacy intrusions that can't be blocked/disabled? If so, what are they?2 Commentsmathdrug+1
2014 Aug 27 Are there any ads without tracking anymore?9 Commentstylercoder+5
2014 Mar 01 Are there any banks in the US that allow you to open bank accounts without giving them your SSN? How about credit cards?16 Commentsquestionslinks+3
2016 Dec 30 Are there any companies that you can pay to register and pay for things like electric and internet in their name?20 CommentsDrainTheSwampHag+16
2016 Nov 01 Are there any encrypted/completely anonymous social media platforms?7 Commentsin-site+7
2015 Jul 01 Are there any fitness wearables that can be used without connecting to any external website, ie all data on either the device or my own pc?0 CommentsG-42+4
2014 Jun 05 Are there any free VPN's that will allow me to create a new Reddit account?3 CommentsPenIslandTours+1
2016 Mar 01 Are there any good Android apps for encryption of files? And a good web browser alternative?6 CommentsJoker4479+7
2016 Dec 18 Are there any good mail forwarding companies/services out there? Im talking about physical mail, not email.1 Commentshivecircuit+3
2011 Aug 14 Are there any laws in Canada relating to the sale of covert surveillance devices?9 Commentsfrozenfire+3
2015 Jun 10 Are there any open source algorithms that do this?0 CommentsHolofoil+3
2014 Dec 25 Are there any other privacy addons I should be using with Firefox?17 Comments1nfinity0nhigh+15
2016 Jun 21 Are there any porn tube sites that serve all content over https?3 Commentsforcefulfun+0
2014 Jun 18 Are there any privacy concerns with getting a smart meter?7 Commentssimanthropy+8
2013 Apr 28 Are there any privacy concerns with reCaptcha?10 CommentsNatatos+23
2016 Sep 17 Are there any privacy issues I should be aware of when using RSS?1 Commentsondondil+2
2015 Nov 09 Are there any privacy issues with in-browser notifications?1 CommentsfalsePockets+3
2016 May 16 Are there any privacy-centric running apps?8 Commentse-m-p+2
2016 Oct 17 Are there any programs I can use for a quick secure file transfer?5 Commentsaaabfucbris+9
2013 Dec 29 Are there any secure manufacturers left?20 Commentsljgibbs+17
2016 May 02 Are there any social medias like Facebook but with privacy safety5 CommentsElnarior+2
2016 May 05 Are there any solutions that would allow me to more securely share files with a public dropbox link?6 Commentsdskjdnfkjnfkjsan+2
2013 Feb 16 Are there any step-by-step, highly detailed guides for noobs to become as anonymous as possible online?12 Commentszasxcd+59
2015 Nov 08 Are there any tools export your data from a variety of web services?1 Commentsrochea+2
2015 Feb 14 Are there any tools that will generate random web browsing?5 CommentsTheBestDadEver666+9
2016 Feb 04 Are there any well known people who think all crypto is broken?4 Commentstriplecombo+6
2016 Feb 03 Are there browser plugins to disable google analytics and other analytics code in pages?5 Commentsyalogin+1
2014 Nov 13 Are there facebook ads based on my phone conversations?4 Commentswalalaaa+6
2016 Nov 27 Are there faster encryption tools than veracrypt?9 CommentsKlausar+2
2015 Sep 01 Are there good alternatives to Tracfone, and do sites like Craigslist, Facebook, etc let you use such numbers to confirm your identity?0 Commentsthinkvitamin+1
2016 Sep 07 Are there legal / security concerns using a pre-loaded Android box for XBMC online streaming?9 Commentsmajorchamp+3
2015 Mar 19 Are there parts of the developed world that have rejected widespread collection of biometric data?0 Commentsseeyoshirun+7
2014 Sep 14 Are there privacy manager apps similar to XPrivacy on android?2 CommentsSThist+6
2016 Nov 17 Are there security risks to running servers on a desktop system?4 Commentsgregorie12+7
2015 Apr 29 Are there social media website/companies that do NOT blatantly violate privacy rights?6 CommentsCaptainBloodloss+3
2017 Jan 14 Are there ways to find out if a house is bugged?2 CommentsNostraveil+3
2016 Jun 04 Are these BSDs as trustworthy as Tails, Qubes and Subgraph OS?3 Commentscauliflower_pussay+4
2014 Sep 14 Are they allowed to do this or should I be concerned about my privacy?1 Commentst91014+11
2014 Nov 14 Are this new email services as private as they claim to be?4 CommentsvSaKv+0
2013 Jul 13 Are we living in a police state?8 Commentsmeyamashi+19
2013 Oct 18 Are we moving from software backdoors to firmware backdoors?4 Commentspigfish+10
2015 Apr 15 Are you #DataPositive?0 Commentsbone-dry+0
2015 Oct 12 Are you (inadvertently) selling your personal data on eBay?0 Commentsmiralow+2
2014 Dec 03 Are you at risk from the anti-terrorism algorithms?1 Commentsalbion70+11
2013 Mar 15 Are you being spied on? 3 Commentsthed00rs+9
2012 Sep 13 Are you being spied on? Even little guys like you and me can be targeted.0 Commentswordsmithie+3
2015 Apr 12 Are you comfortable with the privacy protections of third-party keyboards on iOS? Why or why not?0 CommentsPostHipsterCool+1
2014 Dec 02 Are you concerned about your privacy? Will it ever lead to this?1 Commentsnilo9779+0
2015 Apr 18 Are you considering Firefox Hello as being really privacy friendly?4 Commentsjuan08880+3
2013 Nov 20 Are you encrypting the passwords used on your websites? How hard is your password to crack?2 Commentscqwww+2
2016 Jun 12 Are you guys gun owners or where do you fall on the gun ownership/control debate?59 CommentsCynicalCanine0+4
2016 Sep 28 Are you really anonymous online?0 Commentsspeckz+6
2016 Apr 10 Are you still using google? Why?14 Commentsmiki77miki+6
2014 Dec 15 Are you the product? We do research on privacy and the value of personal data. Help us with this short survey.5 Commentskplanz+6
2015 Aug 30 Are you using FireFox OS? If so, what do you miss from Android? What do you like better?0 Commentsflipjargendy+6
2015 Nov 19 Are you watching your smart TV, or is it watching you?1 CommentsPanAfrica+15
2015 Dec 10 Are you willing to trade your privacy for a pizza coupon?1 Commentsivarjain+4
2014 Mar 21 Are you wondering how secure your information is online? Or perhaps what your rights are when your information is hacked from a major retailer? Our Privacy Project Director John M. Simpson will be answering those questions and more for the next hour on Reddit! Come join the discussion...0 CommentsConsumerWD+9
2014 Apr 30 Are you worried about Internet 2?4 CommentsOflameo+0
2013 Dec 07 Are your smartphone apps selling you out?1 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+7
2013 Sep 29 Are “free” web-services cheese in a mousetrap? (or why you should stop selling your privacy for a $1)0 Commentsdannypovolotski+19
2016 Oct 07 Argentina Not Only Wants To Bring In E-Voting, It Will Make It Illegal To Check The System For Electoral Fraud0 Commentsondondil+4
2016 Nov 29 Argentina Orders Telecoms To Create A Permanent Database Of All Mobile Phone Users0 Commentseleitl+1
2014 Jun 28 Argentina goes Orwellian1 Commentsroanof13+2
2014 Jul 01 Argentina’s National ID Cards to Store Sensitive Data0 Commentsescotony+7
2016 Oct 22 Argentine Soccer Club Wanted to Implant Microchips in Fans, Until They Revolted0 Commentstrai_dep+3
2014 Apr 25 Argument preview: Police and cellphone privacy0 Commentstheothertomjones+1
2015 Jan 12 Arguments for surviellance?2 CommentsDT770+4
2015 May 09 Arizona town mounts dozens of new license plate readers in fake cactuses: Town manager tells local TV station that they're just meant to look nice17 Commentsmaxwellhill+174
2015 Mar 30 Arkansas Passes Privacy Bill That Could Kill Street Photography8 Commentsjimmyradola+12
2015 Sep 26 Arm the Fly Swatters — Micro Air Vehicles Buzz into Our Lives0 Commentskaj97+16
2012 Jun 24 Army came by yesterday to take pictures of the surveillance cameras outside the building where I work.4 Commentsdesperatesponge+0
2014 Sep 05 Army refuses to open up on capabilities of surveillance blimps over Maryland0 Commentsyellowcakewalk+10
2014 Jun 19 Army spied on activist's meetings in their own homes, calls civil disobedience 'terrorism'5 Commentsquantumcipher+142
2014 Feb 25 Army's new Watchkeeper drone to patrol Wiltshire skies0 Commentsfunky_vodka+6
2016 Sep 22 Array of Things Allow Chicago To Spy On Entire City0 Commentsrepnoo+2
2014 Aug 18 Arrest over Twitter parody of mayor wasn’t “unreasonable,” Peoria says0 CommentsTheAgoristReport+11
2014 Jul 19 Ars Technica editor learns feds have his old IP addresses, full credit card numbers10 CommentsLibertatea+428
2015 Mar 12 Ars tests ExoNet, the personal VPN that takes you home | Ars Technica1 Commentsspeckz+5
2016 Sep 30 Art installation highlights UK surveillance techniques0 Commentsusexpatlurker+1
2016 Jul 27 Article 29 Working Party Statement on the EU Commission decision regarding the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield0 CommentsICOnews+1
2012 Jun 11 Article about how and why the Tor Browser Bundle lets you control how much information you share online. What does Reddit think?1 Commentsssladmin+14
2014 Feb 07 Article about phone and browsers getting a privacy makeover0 Commentsloudspoiledcat+3
2014 Sep 27 Article about social media and business0 Commentsloudspoiledcat+0
2016 May 01 Article on Peerio messaging by former employee.0 Comments0moi+2
2015 Apr 27 Article on Section 215, Private Meetings, Metadata, and the "nothing to hide" argument.0 CommentsRembrandtLockwood+4
2015 Aug 05 Article suggests FBI may have compromised TrueCrypt. Interesting read.4 Commentssfachime+3
2016 May 27 Article: Armed FBI agents raid home of researcher who found unsecured patient data5 CommentsNevrmorr+23
2016 Jan 02 Article: Every Breath You Take, Every Move You Make, this Site's Watching2 CommentsNevrmorr+42
2016 Jan 17 Article: From Medical Tests To Drones In Backyards: Is Physical Privacy Dead?1 CommentsNevrmorr+3
2013 Dec 18 Artist creates high-tech armor to protect from surveillance2 CommentsTomm0509+2
2016 Apr 02 Artist installs 'Autonomy Cubes' in multiple museums, making use of the museums 100+ mb/s internet speed to strengthen the Tor network.1 Commentsiefie0kghfrt8r8evwl+32
2012 Jun 18 Arvind Narayanan Isn’t Anonymous, and Neither Are You: WIRED0 CommentsCamoBee+9
2016 Oct 31 As "Snoopers Charter" becomes law, one ISP is showing how state surveillance can be bypassed0 Commentsdizzygrammarian+40
2016 Oct 06 As AI absorbs your life’s data, how do you feel?0 Commentspsy-q+1
2016 Jul 25 As Biometric Scanning Use Grows, So Does Security Risk3 Commentstrot-trot+3
2012 Nov 16 As CIA Chief Scandal Looms, Lawmakers Consider Tightening E-Mail Privacy0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+0
2012 Apr 24 As CISPA Hits Congress, Cybersecurity Company Hypes The Fear Of Anonymous0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+21
2012 May 16 As Congress Mulls Mandate on Car Black Boxes, Data Ownership Remains Unclear0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+7
2013 Oct 30 As It Denounces U.S. Spying, Europe Delays Privacy Protection At Home0 Commentssnowdenhero+2
2016 Jun 23 As It Searches for Suspects, the FBI May Be Looking at You0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2012 Oct 23 As Microsoft Shifts Its Privacy Rules, An Uproar Is Absent0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+6
2012 Oct 21 As Microsoft Shifts Its Privacy Rules, an Uproar Is Absent2 Commentsantdude+39
2013 Jul 10 As NSA Worries Cloud Dropbox, Tonido Offers its "Personal Cloud"0 Commentsdyno+2
2013 Dec 25 As New Services Track Habits, the E-Books Are Reading You0 CommentsBlaufisch+17
2013 Dec 27 As New Services Track Habits, the E-Books Are Reading You0 CommentsAdelleChattre+7
2013 Dec 27 As New Services Track Habits, the E-Books Are Reading You - NYTimes.com0 Commentsspeckz+11
2015 Dec 18 As Russia Insulates Itself from Human Rights Bodies, State Surveillance Decision Looms0 Commentsjaszaslucki+10
2015 Jun 16 As Senate rejects cyber bill, privacy trumps security concerns0 Commentsjoshua_eaton+3
2013 Aug 08 As Senator, Obama worked to curb NSA's surveillance powers.8 Commentsmeyamashi+16
2015 Jun 09 As Siri expands, Apple touts data privacy protections0 CommentsMattSecurity+5
2014 May 31 As Snowden Anniversary Nears, EFF Urges Users to Ramp Up Privacy and Security10 Commentsthrowkanga+152
2014 Mar 23 As Turkey bans Twitter, Tor usage skyrockets with 10,000 new users in the last week15 Commentschobopeon+141
2014 Mar 25 As Turkey continues to censor the Internet, Tor is now adding 10,000 new users per day to over 50,000 users0 Commentschobopeon+11
2016 Jun 09 As Windows is backdoored and it is used by governments around the world, does it mean that the USA intelligence agencies can easily spy on almost every person in the world?3 Commentshameme74+3
2013 Jun 17 As World Awaits U.S. Reaction to NSA Leaks, Movement Emerges to Support Edward Snowden in Hong Kong0 CommentsJawnSchirring+10
2013 Nov 10 As a person who's regularly fingerprinted by the U.S. govt., are there any other risks I should consider with respect to the iPhone 5s' scanner?3 Commentsminusfive+9
2016 Apr 27 As a website owner, what can I do to better respect and protect the privacy of my visitors?20 Commentsgrungebuddy+36
2014 Mar 30 As advertisers phase out cookies, what’s the alternative?2 Commentscarpe-jvgvlvm+12
2014 Jan 27 As anti-Google protests turn nasty, privacy campaigners need to ponder the ethics of law-breaking0 Commentstrilbey+2
2016 Jun 04 As bulk surveillance in the USA goes mainstream, it will lead to the least humane tech imaginable0 Commentsneedshumor+5
2014 May 07 As domestic abuse goes digital, shelters turn to counter-surveillance with Tor13 CommentsDublinBen+56
2015 Apr 12 As encryption spreads, U.S. grapples with clash between privacy, security1 Commentsantdude+19
2014 Mar 06 As if having a Facebook account wasn't enough.. The Feb 18th app update permissions are absurd.29 CommentsSpaghetti-hoes+10
2016 May 03 As of today windows update interferes with Aegis0 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2013 Aug 10 As of two weeks ago, the eff and accessnow emails I've been getting for a year started getting filtered as spam. Does anyone have an explanation that isn't evil?0 CommentsZulban+3
2016 Jan 27 As politicians debate encryption, super-secure operating system Tails is more popular than ever0 Comments4nis+18
2015 Jan 19 As predicted, 23andMe finds a lucrative use for the genetic data it collects4 Commentsso_then_I_said+18
2014 Jan 13 As promised, here's my commented list of privacy-enhancing Firefox add-ons (follow-up to last week's privacy-enhancing about:config settings)8 CommentsWebDevAid+9
2016 Jun 23 As quietly as possible, the government is renewing its assault on your privacy50 CommentsblackVPN+1124
2016 Oct 07 As someone who battles paranoia, I find it impossible to feel safe on the Internet9 Commentsfionnstoned+8
2013 Jul 29 As someone who is becoming increasingly more concerned about his privacy, should I switch from ubuntu to different linux distro?7 CommentsILikePizza555+6
2016 Jul 27 As surveillance gets smart, hackers get smarter0 CommentsmWo12+1
2015 Mar 07 As the “quantified self” industry explodes, who will control the data — us or them?0 Commentslapall+2
2016 Sep 28 As we speak, teen social site is leaking millions of plaintext passwords0 Commentsflaggwiz+24
2016 Sep 14 As “Snowden” Opens, Three Largest Rights Groups in U.S. Call on Obama for a Pardon0 Commentsginger_bredman+2
2015 Oct 22 Ascribe: Twisting the BlockChain for DRM and Surveillance?0 Commentspizzaiolo_+2
2014 Jan 01 Ashkan Soltani: TLS – A simple step to improve cloud email security0 Commentskulkke+2
2015 Jul 26 Ashley Madison Hackers Release Info of Man Who Paid to Erase His Profile - An Ontario man who once registered on AshleyMadison.com dating site that promotes infidelity among married people, paid the co. to delete his profile a couple of yrs ago. $19 not well spent.41 Commentsanutensil+259
2015 Jul 20 Ashley Madison infidelity site's customer data stolen51 Commentsdwdukc+169
2015 Aug 24 Ashley Madison: Internet Privacy is a Farce and That’s a Good Thing2 CommentsSuzie157+7
2015 Aug 25 Ashley Madison’s Owners Give In to Temptation To Misuse The DMCA0 CommentsQU35710NM04R+19
2015 Aug 25 AshleyMadison search sites like Trustify are harvesting email addresses and spamming searched victims4 Commentszab1e+57
2014 Mar 14 Asian workplaces and privacy0 Commentskarrinna+9
2016 Sep 23 Aside from TorBrowser, what's a good privacy browser to use on a Mac?18 Commentsagentf90+2
2013 May 17 Aside from using tor, what other Internet browsers are commonly used by redditors in /r/privacy ?11 CommentsxUnderoath+5
2014 Jul 11 Asim Ghafoor, a Muslim American civil rights attorney, recently discovered he was under NSA email surveillance from 2005 to 2008. He's doing a live Q&A on The World's Facebook page.0 Commentststarr+21
2014 Jun 03 Ask /r/privacy: Did LavaBit know the private PGP keys of it's users? Or what could the NSA have done with just the SSL keys of lavabit.com?4 CommentsHighBeamHater+6
2015 Jan 13 Ask /r/privacy: The FBI has my laptop. What do I need to be concerned about when I get it back?14 Commentsjustifiably_paranoid+5
2014 May 27 Ask Ars: Can I see what information the feds have on my travel?0 Commentsantdude+7
2014 Mar 05 Ask Glenn Greenwald anything - and get an answer. Glenn is holding a crowdsourced Q&A on AskThem.io before the SxSW Interactive conference on Monday March 10th at 3:30 pm CT, where he'll be doing a live video conversation, and has agreed to respond to popular public questions on AskThem.2 Commentsdavidmooreppf+26
2012 Jan 25 Ask Privacy: How would you go about being private in online purchases?4 CommentsNoNotLikeThis+4
2014 Jul 03 Ask Reddit: Heard you like encrypted email, but what else?4 CommentsBillFranklin+2
2009 Feb 23 Ask To Allow Users to Control Data Retention0 Commentssilpol+1
2016 Sep 18 AskPrivacy : Do apps on iOS extract phone numbers and imei etc ?4 Commentsnullbandit+5
2015 Apr 05 AskPrivacy: How can I block/randomize time zone, screen resolution detection?2 Commentsd-X-X-b+20
2014 Nov 29 AskPrivacy: How can I determine if my e-mail was bugged?2 CommentsThisisnotPHIL+8
2015 Jun 17 AskPrivacy: Should I Use PEAP MSCHAPv2 or not at my uni?0 CommentsScienceGuy3+2
2013 Oct 15 Assange Calls NSA Spying 'a Threat to U.S. Democracy'1 Commentsdemixer+89
2015 May 11 Assange appeal rejected by Sweden's supreme court0 Commentssysrq_c+7
2013 Aug 26 Assange sporting a mullet singing John Farnham's "You're The Voice"1 Commentsvrangnarr+3
2015 Dec 09 Assange to take part in RT panel on security & surveillance on Thursday6 CommentsWFAMeows+30
2014 Dec 18 Assange: "The son of a bitch is me" - statement on the sentencing hearing of US journalist Barrett Brown4 Commentsdr_albright+116
2014 Sep 17 Assange: Google should be of concern to people all over the world65 Commentssalvia_d+277
2016 Feb 07 Assange: How 'The Guardian' Milked Edward Snowden's Story0 Commentspizzaiolo_+6
2017 Jan 19 Assange: Manning Commutation Doesn’t Meet My Extradition Offer3 CommentsGambizzle+6
2013 Jun 02 Assange: The Banality of Google's "Dont be Evil"6 Commentsklrweb+128
2015 May 05 Assembly bill seeks ban on smart TVs becoming 'Big Brother’1 CommentsKerberos53+24
2015 Jan 18 Asset Forfeiture and the Cycle of Electronic Surveillance Funding0 Commentsquantumcipher+11
2015 Apr 27 Assuming my computer is hacked, what can I do to ensure my privacy while connecting to the internet using this same computer?9 CommentsVeryPrivate+0
2014 Oct 25 Assuming that something like privacy on the Internet breaks completely down, what do you think would be the consequences?15 CommentsMadSpline+27
2016 Feb 24 Asus lawsuit puts entire industry on notice over shoddy router security - FTC takes aim at insecurity that's rampant in the "Internet-of-things" industry.28 Commentsanutensil+161
2015 Sep 03 Asymmetrical Warfare Moves Into Your iPad: Are Software Companies the New Cigarette Manufacturers?0 Commentskaj97+2
2016 Feb 03 At Berkeley, a New Digital Privacy Protest0 CommentsDetachedObserver+5
2013 Feb 11 At Facebook, zero-day exploits, backdoor code bring war games drill to life0 Commentsantdude+11
2014 Feb 18 At Newark Airport, the Lights Are On, and They’re Watching You0 Commentsabc123456xyz+4
2014 Feb 18 At Newark Airport, the Lights Are On, and They’re Watching You0 Comments1stand4th+3
2012 Jul 01 At a Senate Commerce Committee hearing on issue of online tracking, the Ad industry claims it must disregard user privacy choices to safeguard "cybersecurity": Sen. Rockefeller dismisses "cybersecurity" claims as "red herring" 1 Commentsmaxwellhill+6
2015 Oct 08 At last, the data giants have been humbled. Everyone who uses the internet should rejoice at the passing of this legal milestone, which will hurt the likes of Facebook and Google31 Commentstrai_dep+310
2016 Jun 17 At least with the Stasi you could look in the rearview and see a tail: how parallel construction, over classification, gag orders, and more hide surveillance from public scrutiny10 Commentsneedshumor+43
2013 Jun 20 At prices this low, the NSA can’t afford to not spy on us; Data storage experts estimate the cost to the NSA of storing surveillance data on all Americans - and it’s surprisingly affordable1 Commentsinmersion+14
2016 Oct 14 At the Library of Congress Maciej Ceglowski recently spoke about “deep-fried data,” and the transcript really is worth a read if you’re interested in machine learning, data gardening, archiving data and the responsible use of it.0 Commentsspeckz+3
2015 Jan 25 At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Google's Chairman predicted an internet that will be omnipresent which we will not even notice; meanwhile, other experts addressed whether or not technological advancements would eliminate privacy altogether.0 Commentscollectivecognition+7
2016 Jan 25 At the end of 2015, tyranny was codified into law with the ratification of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA)20 CommentsSolonDraco+348
2016 Aug 16 Athens Orthopedic Clinic incident response leaves patients in the dark and out of pocket for protection0 Commentsiliketechnews+1
2016 Aug 03 Atlantic Records Subpoenas Reddit to Identify Music Leaker2 CommentsblackVPN+1
2012 Jul 31 Attack against Microsoft scheme puts hundreds of crypto apps at risk0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+0
2014 Jul 31 Attackers breach TOR Network to De-Anonymize Users of Hidden Services3 CommentsRenascienza+50
2015 Feb 26 Attackers protesting Superfish debacle hijack Lenovo e-mail, spoof website. Valuable Lenovo.com is hijacked, allowing attackers to intercept Lenovo email.1 Commentstrai_dep+0
2013 Aug 22 Attacking Exponential Key Agreement -- How safe is Diffie Hellman? Not at all on some VPNs.0 CommentsYouknowimtheman+1
2014 Nov 23 Attacking Tor: how the NSA targets users' online anonymity. Secret servers and a privileged position on the internet's backbone used to identify users and attack target computers.15 Commentstrai_dep+77
2015 Nov 17 Attacks revive debate on encryption, surveillance1 Commentsreaderseven+6
2015 Apr 16 Attempting to opt out of data brokers will never work.0 Commentstripelix+0
2016 Jun 27 Attention US-bound tourists: Social media accounts subject to inspection -- US border authorities are proposing that millions of tourists entering the country each year reveal their social media identities12 Commentsmepper+78
2016 Nov 24 Attention all U.K citizens, please sign this petition to make sure this anti-privacy "law" does not become law.10 CommentsSummerMiracle+103
2015 Aug 31 Attention whitehats, The FTC wants you to lead new privacy, security push0 Commentsdadoftwins71309+3
2013 Jul 15 Attention, Shoppers: Store Is Tracking Your Cell4 Commentsnoprivplz+53
2013 Jul 20 Attention, Shoppers: Store Is Tracking Your Cell0 CommentsCarriedBy6+17
2013 Nov 28 Attn Canadians: RCMP’s unmanned aerial vehicles spark civil liberties debate0 Commentsthismason+5
2015 May 08 Attorney: Spy chief had 'forgotten' about NSA program when he misled Congress2 Commentsreaderseven+56
2016 Jul 06 Attorneys debate use of warrantless surveillance in Portland bomb appeal. Case is first court review of a conviction based on Section 702 law underpinning spy programs revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden4 Commentstrai_dep+23
2015 Jun 10 Audi boss warns Google's self driving cars could monitor where you are to sell ads1 Commentswiseprogressivethink+3
2013 Nov 23 Audio of Eric Schmidt admitting in 2009 that the reason Google stores data is to give it to the government28 Commentsd7GGG1+284
2016 May 20 AudioContext Fingerprint Test Page1 Commentsfantastic_comment+8
2013 Feb 28 Audit finds common misuse of Minnesota driver data by law enforcement agencies 0 Commentswhitefangs+58
2016 Sep 10No details Audit of VeraCrypt Completed – Phase II Begins4 Commentsfocus_rising+72
2013 Apr 26 August 6th, 2013 - Protest for Privacy - Open Internet -1 Commentsmoodylou+0
2013 Dec 11 Ausi activists with handheld cameras storm offices of company (allegedly) providing spying software to ask if they can opt out0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2015 Oct 09 Aussie PM defends use of non-government email service1 CommentsFrictionSaw+30
2015 Mar 18 Aussie PM signals he is unlikely to let journalists fight metadata warrants0 CommentsblackVPN+13
2012 Jul 23 Aussie spy chief laments digital footprints: ASIS Nick Warner says that while the internet is making intelligence gathering much easier, the digital trail left behind by ASIS agents is a potential threat to the secrecy of the organisation0 Commentsmaxwellhill+9
2015 Mar 26 Australia Creates New Data Retention Laws3 CommentsblackVPN+2
2012 Jul 13 Australia Follows U.S., U.K. in Proposing Radical Expansion of Government Surveillance Powers0 CommentsEquanimousMind+15
2015 Nov 04 Australia To Trial World's First Cloud-Based Passports1 Commentsacrediblesauce+2
2015 Feb 01 Australia about to lose the fight against data retention0 Comments4ZA+4
2015 Oct 17 Australia accessed NSA spy data more than UK over 12 months: Edward Snowden document0 Commentsworldgonnabecraycray+26
2010 Jun 06 Australia launches privacy investigation of Google0 Commentssilpol+5
2015 Jun 22 Australia passes controversial anti-piracy web censorship law19 CommentsblackVPN+252
2014 Jul 15 Australia set to require internet and phone companies to hold customer data for two years1 Commentsploxxx+37
2013 Jun 19 Australia suspected to have PRISM data: Ludlam2 CommentsCyberSecure+28
2015 Oct 26 Australia to allow Facebook photos to be used in national surveillance database5 Commentsacrediblesauce+39
2013 Nov 18 Australia urged to back UN resolution to beef up international privacy - Australian Privacy Foundation says Indonesia spying revelations make concerns over surveillance more urgent0 CommentsMACR0HARD+4
2014 Aug 06 Australia's Attorney General Says Metadata Collection Won't Track Your Web Surfing, Just The Web Addresses You Visit (Huh?)0 CommentsblackVPN+4
2015 Mar 29 Australia's New Data Retention Law: Is this the first law to make warrant canaries illegal?8 CommentsblackVPN+47
2015 Jun 11 Australia's SOPA Gets The Green Light0 CommentsBossman1086+5
2016 Dec 22 Australia's attorney-general has allowed just 15 working days over summer for submissions on a proposed massive expansion of access to retained telco user data.0 Commentspeter_jones_15+50
2016 Aug 09 Australia's census facing boycott over privacy worries0 CommentsmWo12+6
2013 May 01 Australia's manadatory data breach notification revealed0 Commentsmaskofsanity666+4
2014 Aug 11 Australia's national security proposals will criminalise journalists & whistleblowers3 CommentsblackVPN+212
2015 Mar 19 Australia's new 'improved' data retention laws: how will they work?0 CommentsblackVPN+3
2015 Feb 18 Australia: 'Unsolved crime explosion' without metadata2 Commentsdelightful_dissident+17
2015 Sep 21 Australia: Now is the time to go dark4 Commentsacrediblesauce+33
2014 Jan 16 Australian Agency Calls Cops on Teenage Do-Gooder Who Reports Website Vulnerability0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+10
2012 Jul 22 Australian Attorney-General: "The case has yet to be made'' for a controversial plan to force internet providers to store the web history of all Australians for up to two years. 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2016 Mar 26 Australian Census 2016 will retain personal information and link it against census responses2 Commentswinthecensus+36
2015 Apr 29 Australian Copyright Censorship Bill Could Block VPNs and Circumvention Information1 CommentsKerberos53+6
2012 Aug 11 Australian Gov't Drops Plan To Snoop On Internet Use — For Now0 Commentsreaderseven+11
2016 Aug 08 Australian Gov't's Stupid Census Plans Puts Privacy At Risk, May Destroy Their Own Census3 CommentsblackVPN+51
2012 Jul 16 Australian Goverment Mulls Allowing Authorities to Hack Your Computer0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+13
2016 Sep 02 Australian Government Using Data Retention Law To Seek Out Journalists' Sources, Hunt Down Whistleblowers0 CommentsblackVPN+18
2016 Aug 08 Australian Government's Stupid Census Plans Puts Privacy At Risk, May Destroy Their Own Census3 CommentsVrgom20+47
2017 Jan 12 Australian ISPs are required to block certain websites from December. Here's how ozzies can reclaim their unfiltered Internet access1 Commentsgszathmari+12
2015 Apr 11 Australian Internet providers to handover data to combat video piracy1 Commentsjimmyradola+5
2016 Apr 05 Australian Lawyers And Scholars Are Encouraging Civil Disobedience In This Year's Census7 Commentsfuzzyparasite+10
2015 Mar 25 Australian Minister of Communications begins using end-to-end encrypted "Signal" app as his party passes a data retention law1 Commentsjohnmountain+13
2016 Aug 29 Australian Police Are Using Journalists' Metadata to Hunt Down Whistleblowers27 Commentsourari+561
2014 Aug 11 Australian Proposal Would Require Suspicionless Domestic Spying by ISPs0 Commentsquantumcipher+15
2015 Sep 07 Australian Tax Office wants access to your "metadata"0 CommentsmWo12+18
2013 Jun 12 Australian black vault secret data storage facility hints at Australia's involvement in data collection.0 CommentsCyberNuisance+5
2016 Jul 28 Australian census 20161 Commentspaganmanintruth+1
2014 Oct 08 Australian companies, councils and government agencies allowed access to metadata without warrants.0 Commentstrish1975+4
2012 Jul 27 Australian cops tout arrest of man for Bitcoin drug deal0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+9
2014 Oct 16 Australian data retention taken to dangerous lengths, warn privacy advocates: New national security laws set a frightening global benchmark for government access to personal data, advocates say1 CommentsLibertatea+80
2015 Aug 10 Australian government biometrics bill met with opposition in parliament0 Commentsfuzzyparasite+3
2010 Jul 23 Australian government blocks out 90% of document on web-spying plans, citing a fear of "premature unnecessary debate"0 Commentsvrangnarr+8
2014 Oct 20 Australian government metadata requests far higher than disclosed0 CommentsblackVPN+5
2015 Dec 25 Australian government tells citizens to turn off two-factor authentication5 Commentsantdude+39
2013 Dec 10 Australian police to adopt technology capable of collecting emails - Controversial ‘deep packet inspection’ system used by NSA for surveillance to be rolled out by AFP next year5 Commentskulkke+145
2014 Sep 24 Australian politician says "I don't have anything to hide" while supporting unprecedented suveilance laws6 Commentseyulf+53
2013 Dec 02 Australian spy agency offered to share data about ordinary citizens - Medical, legal or religious information 'not automatically limited'0 CommentsStopSpying+15
2015 May 05 Australian telco Telstra breached privacy law by refusing to give customer his metadata0 CommentsblackVPN+38
2015 Mar 02 Australians troll ministers with iMessage texts over data retention bill0 CommentsLibertatea+2
2015 May 01 Australians willing to sacrifice privacy for security0 Commentsjimmyradola+3
2015 Oct 19 Australians, your digital privacy ended Oct. 13th 20152 Commentstweoy+16
2015 Feb 28 Austria vs Mass-Surveillance7 Commentsstrangetv+25
2015 Oct 06 Austria's Max Schrems: US High-tech Giants' Worst Nightmare? | SecurityWeek.Com0 CommentsQU35710NM04R+5
2014 Jun 28 Austrian Constitutional Court rules all data retention laws as unconstitutional.0 CommentsIam_Thesame+9
2014 Aug 02 Austrian lawyer suing Facebook in Vienna because of privacy concerns. Anyone can participate free of charge and maybe earn 500 Eur8 Commentseewo+66
2014 Aug 01 Austrian privacy class action lawsuit against Facebook, 18+ non US/CAN residents can join0 Commentsguaka+16
2012 Oct 20 Austrian student challenges Facebook's use of personal data: Max Schrems contends that Facebook collects too much information on its users, keeps it too long and uses it for purposes that violate European privacy laws8 Commentsmaxwellhill+105
2016 Jun 10 Authentic8's Silo browser puts all the processing in the cloud.2 CommentsBradyDale+4
2013 Dec 07 Authenticating with your mourning vitamin!0 CommentsBadKarma92+0
2015 May 25 Authentication token for increased security?4 CommentsDrakdansaren+8
2016 Dec 30 Authorities to collect iris scans from Singapore citizens starting Jan 11 CommentsSoCo_cpp+55
2016 Feb 04 Authy mobile app (Android) how to enable OneTouch?2 CommentsReekyMarko+3
2013 Oct 17 Autistici / Inventati2 CommentsTheVegLibrarian+5
2014 Feb 09 Autistici e-mail issues8 Commentsgerhournd+4
2014 Nov 30 Autistici question1 Commentsprivacyposter+1
2014 Dec 24 Autistici, Openmailbox via Tor5 Commentsprivacyposter+3
2015 Apr 09 Autistici.org vs OpenMailbox vs ProtonMail10 CommentsOhshititsabulldozer+2
2012 Aug 19 Auto Insurance Driver Tracking Hits Privacy Wall in California1 CommentsFlexgrow+12
2015 Aug 17 Auto-Encrypt?1 Commentshotlineforhelp+2
2016 May 31Software AutoCanary0 CommentsMister___F+6
2013 May 07 Automated License Plate Readers Threaten Our Privacy1 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+17
2014 Oct 28 Automated Mass Surveillance is Unconstitutional, EFF Explains in Jewel v. NSA9 Commentswonkadonk+296
2014 Mar 09 Automatic "False Renaming" software ?1 Commentsmassiveburo0+0
2013 Aug 01 Automatic License Plate Reader Documents: Interactive Map. View state-by-state responses received to public records requests filed by ACLU affiliates0 Commentsjms1225+10
2014 Aug 14 Automatic Scanning for Highly Stressed Individuals1 Commentsjonfla+13
2011 Nov 24 Automatic profiling of users on the internet?3 Commentsomegga+9
2010 May 12 Automatic upload of photos and video from your phone. Putting your media online creates the potential for problems that are outside of your control.1 Commentsadmica+5
2016 May 13 Automatically enable HTTPS on your website with EFF's Certbot, deploying Let's Encrypt certificates.1 Commentsspeckz+20
2016 Nov 19 Autonomous cars—"new oil" or "big brother"?2 Commentsn0ahbody+6
2014 Sep 19 Avast and other AV's obliterated by FinFisher, a government sponsored malware - WikiLeaks2 CommentsAnti-NSA+18
2015 Apr 02 Avast detects and blocks JS: ScriptIP-inf [Trj] on startpage.com search?1 Commentsmolerp+1
2016 Jun 02 Avast for Mac Privacy?2 Commentskjjones08+1
2014 May 27 Avast forums forced offline by weekend hack attack, 400,000 users affected - Neowin0 Commentssimplesammm+9
2015 Jun 28 Avast is "monitoring" the websites you visit (URLs at minimum)5 CommentsBlaze9+35
2015 Apr 11 Avast is inspecting my encrypted traffic and I'm not ok with that11 Commentsnickadam+24
2013 Oct 22 Aviator Browser Blocks Ads, Cookies By Default2 CommentsNotEltonJohn+8
2015 May 05 Aviator: New web browser that claims to be private and secure.3 Commentsshishir_sri+5
2016 Jul 04 Avoid GhostMail0 CommentsBlankFace28+1
2015 Apr 02 Avoid Google Tracking?10 CommentsHurryUpWeAreDreaming+4
2013 Jun 19 Avoid NSA Spying by Hiding Your Online Identity from PRISM3 Commentsstereohype+12
2016 Dec 27 Avoid SSD/SSHDs for Full Disk Encryption?11 Commentsmuwaahid+12
2016 Apr 30 Avoid This Fake, Data-Stealing Chrome Update1 Commentsflaggwiz+1
2016 Jan 21 Avoiding corporate, recursive DNS service4 Commentscannothelpit+3
2016 Jun 09Video Avoiding legal privacy and security snafus with big data and the IoT0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+2
2013 Oct 02 Avoiding location tracking4 Commentsspectyr+9
2013 Dec 12 Awesome Privacy Tools in Android 4.3+1 Commentsr3b3lang3l+2
2013 Aug 27 Awesome project by the Tactical Technology Collective - 'Me & My Shadow' helps you trace the digital footprints that you leave on the web1 CommentsEconHacker+12
2013 Jan 05 Awesome: Dedicated hour-long privacy show by NPR's On The Media1 Commentsdudethatsmeta+18
2017 Jan 17 Aye programs/apps such as Encryptr are save and secure for keeping important passwords?1 Commentscasimirthegreat+1
2014 Mar 24 Azure is not Hotmail: What to expect with cloud privacy1 Commentsgamoid+4
2016 Sep 07 Azure, Office 365: Microsoft's two new cloud regions tackle data privacy issues0 Commentsspeckz+0
2012 Oct 31 B.C. woman sues Apple over iPhone data0 Commentsreaderseven+0
2016 Apr 28 BART Police Want To Read Tour License Plate: "BART [Bay Area Rapid Transit] police have quietly purchased and installed two automatic license plate readers at the MacArthur station and hope to launch a pilot program with the aim of eventually installing the technology at every station."5 Commentstrot-trot+50
2012 Dec 18 BATA surveillance allows officials "to watch and listen to what is happening out on the road"0 Commentsr3b3lang3l+0
2015 Jun 03 BBC - Inside the Dark Web. (I suppose most of you have seen this by now, but what's the verdict of r/privacy? You find it informative and accurate? )4 Commentsdisplaced_yonder+2
2014 Sep 04 BBC Horizon: Inside the Dark Web1 Commentsdeepdot+10
2016 Jun 07 BBC News - Body on the Moor1 Commentseleitl+1
2013 Aug 20 BBC News - David Miranda Heathrow detention: No 10 'kept abre0 CommentsCricketChirps+13
2013 Mar 12 BBC News - Facebook 'likes' predict Sexuality, political leanings and even intelligence - or yet another good reason not to use Facebook.13 CommentsRedditambassador+92
2014 Mar 09 BBC News - Facebook's WhatsApp purchase challenged0 Commentsstarb3ard+5
2014 Mar 11 BBC News - Roman Empire to the NSA: A world history of government spying0 Commentsburtzev+8
2012 Aug 03 BBC News - US resists control of internet passing to UN agency11 CommentsRedditambassador+4
2013 May 03 BBC News - US scientists develop smart RFID-enabled paper0 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+5
2012 Jun 19 BBC News - WikiLeaks' Julian Assange seeks asylum in Ecuador embassy0 Commentswtfomglolz+28
2016 Dec 21 BBC News: EU data retention ruling goes against UK government1 Commentsbirmzboy+53
2013 Jul 22 BBC Presenter: “We should take pride in our surveillance society... I have no problem with being followed around with a camera.” “You can look at my emails if you want.”6 Commentstrilbey+27
2014 Feb 13 BBC Propaganda: “Why I Want A Microchip Implant”3 Commentsquantumcipher+7
2016 Jan 23 BBC Technology explained: What is encryption?0 Commentsfantastic_comment+11
2012 Aug 23 BBC Under Fire For Secret Use Of RIPA Surveillance Powers: Broadcaster just one of many publicly-funded firms keeping schtum about use of RIPA 0 Commentsmaxwellhill+22
2014 Sep 30 BBC article about the current rise of "Ello" in which James McQuivey (an analyst at tech research firm Forrester) states : "we may believe ... it's wrong for companies to profit from our personal data but ... we don't mind what they do in return".1 Commentstechyno+6
2016 Aug 07 BBC detector vans are back to spy on your home Wi-Fi – if you can believe it9 Commentsbinarysneaker+61
2016 Aug 05 BBC to deploy detection vans to snoop on internet users0 Commentsnuggetsoftruth+8
2016 Jul 21 BBC's Joy of Data documentary including segment on how data revealed the cause of Cholera. Worth a watch.0 CommentsICOnews+2
2014 Sep 08 BBC: ISPs Should Assume Heavy VPN Users are Pirates14 CommentsMarcTCC+57
2016 Aug 09 BBC’s privacy threatÂ0 Commentsstauffernestor+1
2015 Aug 08 BC (Canada) Civil Liberties Association - Electronic Devices- Guide to your rights2 CommentsRandomPersonGenerato+11
2016 Aug 29 BITCH B GONE! /r/all, if you're worried about Technology Freedom, remember that Hillary advocates a "Manhattan project" to break ALL ENCRYPTION. She doesn't want you to have an OUNCE of tech freedom.3 Commentsppppp232+0
2015 Jan 23 BITCOIN SECURITY: WHY SMART CARDS MATTER0 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+0
2015 Apr 23 BND helped NSA spy on German, European interests0 CommentsCyber-Homie+14
2014 Jul 25 BORDC announces Patriot Award winner0 Comments4demgeo+14
2013 Apr 18 BORDC releases model legislation to restrict drone state and private drone use0 Commentsal0k86+5
2016 Mar 28 BREAKING: Gov’t has successfully accessed the data on San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, ending case against Apple. (x-post from /r/privacypatriots)90 Commentsprivacypatriot+360
2013 Aug 04unconfirmed BREAKING: HALF OF TOR SITES COMPROMISED, INCLUDING TORMAIL60 Commentscap2002+222
2016 Apr 27 BREAKING: House passes Email Privacy Act by unanimous vote. A big step forward for digital privacy.2 Commentsokneil+46
2017 Jan 12 BREAKING: Obama admin permits NSA to give raw (unminimized to protect privacy)12333 surveillance to FBI/CIA/DEA/etc254 Comments4nis+1675
2013 Apr 18 BREAKING: US House of Representatives Pass CISPA5 CommentsCrashOverron+51
2014 Jan 28 BRSLabs' AISight - The World's Only Behavioral Recognition System0 CommentsRocksta94+1
2013 Sep 13 BT, Vodafone and Co. - the willing helpers of foreign surveillance of Germany2 Commentssisko7+1
2013 Jul 24 BTGuard stores passwords in plain text (X-post r/vpn)7 Commentsbtguardplaintextnono+29
2014 Aug 08 BTindex Exposes IP-Addresses of BitTorrent Users and Gives an Overview of Downloads per IP-Address5 CommentsblackVPN+36
2015 Jun 03 Back from the dead: US officials to ask secret court to revive NSA surveillance - Obama administration sees unconventional legal circumstance as means to temporarily reinstate bulk collection using same law that banned practice15 Commentsjohnmountain+245
2014 Jan 02 Backdoor found in Linksys, Netgear Routers4 CommentsSnaKeZ83+48
2016 Nov 15 Backdoor on cheap Chinese android phones0 Commentsantonioeram+5
2013 Oct 14 Background check service "cares about" privacy and security, uses guessable 4-char password2 CommentsTechThrowaway42+12
2015 Jan 29 Background check without providing social directly?2 CommentsCannonball_Z+3
2015 Dec 13 Backslash: Anti-surveillance gadgets for protesters0 Commentspizzaiolo_+17
2015 May 07 Backstories in Code: Often, passwords are more than just random characters0 CommentsBigMonocle+2
2014 Dec 19 Backup and TrueCrypt0 CommentsPrivacy731+2
2016 Apr 18 Backup suggestions with Privacy in mind1 Commentsdemario1289+3
2013 Jul 27 Bad News For Reader Privacy: Google News Doesn't Index HTTPS Sites1 Commentsr721+52
2013 Jul 06 Bad kitty! “Rookie mistake” in Cryptocat chat app makes cracking a snap - Programming flaw makes it trivial to bypass crypto used by activists and journalists.3 Commentsdb3dd9adf4d59c9b76fc+19
2016 Oct 30 Balance convienence/privacy4 Commentssophieschoices+5
2016 Oct 14 Balancing privacy concerns with a social life?21 Commentssunkindonut149+10
2015 May 11 Baltimore Not Alone In Use Of Surveillance Planes As Police Increasingly Spy From The Sky0 CommentsVailhem+9
2014 Dec 06 Baltimore PD is using a fake cell phone tower to intercept phone calls.12 CommentsCryptoComPw+126
2015 Apr 20 Baltimore Police say Stingray phone tracking use exceeds 25,000 instances0 CommentspefbecOyz6+16
2015 Apr 10 Baltimore Police used secret technology to track cellphones in thousands of cases2 Commentsswtt+15
2016 Aug 16 Baltimore police accused of illegal mobile spectrum use with stingrays0 Commentsspeckz+2
2012 Nov 20 Bamboozled: Retailers are monitoring your return habits.7 Commentsantdude+13
2015 Nov 24 Ban Encryption? It’s an Impossible Idea Whose Time Will Never Come14 CommentsmWo12+195
2015 Aug 24 Ban Windows 10 in government, says top Russian politician over privacy fears100 Commentsfuzzyparasite+303
2016 Jan 27 Ban internet anonymity – says top US Homeland Security official12 CommentsProGamerGov+98
2016 Apr 22 Bangladesh Bank exposed to hackers by cheap switches, no firewall: police0 Commentsfrenzy3+1
2016 Oct 13 Bangladesh Brings In Nationwide Digital Identity Cards Linking Biometrics To Mobile Phone Numbers0 Commentshugvo+4
2015 Nov 23 Bangladesh bans Facebook, Tor usage skyrockets 380%60 Commentsdogdays12304+895
2014 Jan 08 Bank Email Reveals Offer to Spy on Occupy & Anonymous Protesters for Police4 Commentsquantumcipher+92
2013 Nov 05 Bank Privacy5 CommentsTheVegLibrarian+4
2012 Jul 18 Bank Security Lax As Leaky Websites Aid Hackers0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+4
2016 Dec 11 Bank not using outdated encryption protocols for emails. How common is this?6 Commentssudowhat+4
2015 Sep 02 Bank privacy notices are a joke: Here's why0 Commentszab1e+4
2015 Oct 17 Bank sold to another local bank - privacy concerns1 Commentsprivaseek+5
2015 Sep 28 Bank stopped payments on account as they "detected something untoward on computer".1 Commentssupersonicdeathsquad+1
2013 May 22 Banking Privacy Anonymous Survey6 Commentsnikosa+0
2013 May 17 Banking Privacy More Important than Copyright Enforcement, Court Rules: Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN pressured one of the largest banks in the Netherlands to hand over the details of an owner of a file-sharing site. The Court said the bank has more responsibility to protect its customers’ privacy0 Commentsmepper+15
2014 Apr 26 Banknote surveillance: Are banknotes tracked by ATMs? And if so, what would be the privacy implications?5 CommentsDrunkRaven+8
2015 Mar 26 Bankrupt Radio Shack will sell the customer data they promised to keep private6 Commentsdavepyper+16
2016 Dec 09 Banks Listen in on Phone Calls to Discover the Best Traders0 Commentsmikelgan+0
2015 May 07 Banks Now Eyeing Cell Phone Metadata To Determine Your Loan Risk0 Commentsjohnmountain+25
2014 Oct 08 Banks concern troll on privacy when suppressing consumer complaints, ignore it when lobbying for CISA.0 Commentskshf4284+14
2014 Jan 29 Banks have replaced 15.3 million cards since Target breach2 CommentsAbineInc+5
2013 Jan 14 Banks seek NSA help amid attacks on their computer systems3 CommentsFoxTrotW+11
2014 Nov 18 Banks using social media to assess loan applications3 Commentshiredgooon+6
2016 Mar 18 Banning Unbreakable Smartphone Encryption is Stupid1 CommentsSGCleveland+20
2015 Apr 29 Bar owner defends two-way mirror in women's restroom after comedian exposes it online0 Commentsreaderseven+10
2013 Dec 08 Barack Obama can’t have an iPhone 'for security reasons'6 Commentskulkke+26
2014 Aug 05 Barack Obama's Secret Terrorist-Tracking System, by the Numbers1 CommentsTheAgoristReport+65
2017 Jan 10 Barbie typewriter2 CommentsMaxcactus+10
2013 Feb 11 Barely a month after FISA warrantless wiretapping extension is signed into law by Obama, CISPA rears its ugly head again0 Commentsitsalwayslulzy+96
2016 Aug 06 Barely regulated market in off-the-shelf state surveillance tools; millions at risk0 Comments3rd_Party_2016+1
2016 Dec 24 Barnes & Noble's New Nook Ships With Malware9 CommentsZ3ROGRAV1TYx+226
2015 Jan 23 Barrett Brown Sentenced To 63 Months In Jail For Daring To Do Journalism On Hacked Info5 CommentsblackVPN+95
2013 Jun 30 Barrett Brown's Revelations Every Bit As Explosive As Snowden's2 Commentsfutrawo+55
2013 Jun 10 Barstool user's browsing history called into question after he emails about a Pedobear ad0 CommentsPolkaPatrol+3
2015 Nov 19 Baseless Calls to Expand Surveillance Fit Familiar, Cynical Pattern0 Commentsmeatduck12+88
2015 Jul 24 Basic Phones (Bar or Flip) that use Nano-SIM Cards?4 Commentsmikebiox+0
2017 Jan 03 Basic online privacy strategy1 Comments-Molite+1
2016 Dec 30 Basic ways of maintaining privacy. Sometimes it's too easy to forget the little things you can do without spending any money to keep yourself secure online.2 CommentsThealphaorder2016+5
2016 Mar 29 Basic ways to get started in IT Security Consulting0 Commentsales-john+1
2016 Jan 06 Bathroom Privacy2 CommentsQTINTA+0
2016 Jul 18 Baton Rouge shooter left long digital footprint0 Commentsjonfla+0
2014 Oct 16 Battery free bluetooth beacon uses ambient backscatter & piezoelectric acoustics to be tracked by smartphones. Beacon can also track smartphones0 Commentsbadbiosvictim2+0
2015 Nov 01 Battle against Whatsapp / I found this post really interesting, thoughts?2 CommentsAlbertoAru+9
2016 Jun 22 Battle of the Secure Messaging Apps: How Signal Beats WhatsApp30 CommentsKulekele+32
2016 May 05 Battlefield Technology Gets Spotlight in Maryland Courts: Secrecy and Defense Concerns Surround Cell Phone Trackers0 Commentstrot-trot+9
2016 Feb 24 Bay Area Rallies Against FBI Threats to Privacy and Security1 Commentssabrinadestiny00+20
2016 Sep 21 BaycloudSystems Joins EFF's Do Not Track Coalition0 CommentsmWo12+5
2013 Jun 05 Be Careful With LinkedIn Connection Requests. Are you SURE that "contact" is for-real?0 Commentsnothingtolookat+2
2015 May 29 Be aware of the information that can be assembled from your reddit posts. This is just one such website.8 Commentsthe_fella+13
2015 Sep 24 Be careful in putting your cybertrust in Google, Microsoft and Apple7 Commentsronald20155+41
2016 May 07 Be careful of any positivity towards companies in this subreddit17 CommentsItsNotHectic+0
2016 May 20 Be careful when using Waze.41 Comments0moi+52
2016 Jan 17 Be careful with CloudFlare67 Commentsno-idea-for-username+91
2015 Aug 06 Be careful with what you enter in online forms as any other website can get this data as well!12 Commentssehnot+19
2014 Aug 24 Be skeptical with me.. What do you think of OpenSystems and TextSecure? This is fishy..11 Commentsd-X-X-b+6
2016 Dec 27 Be vigilant: These Trump Cabinet picks don’t bode well for privacy3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+37
2013 Nov 14 Beat The Thieves – Keep Your Tech Secure At Home0 CommentsBillinSDCA+3
2014 Sep 04 Beat the NSA surveillance with these Online Privacy Tips.1 CommentsJohnnSnow+3
2015 May 18 Beat them back with bullshit.0 Commentsoakern+0
2016 Apr 09 Beauty Secrets Of The Spies: CIA's Venture Capital Arm Is Funding Skin Care Products That Collect DNA0 Commentstrot-trot+12
2014 Aug 17 BeaverBird: eliminating untracked behaviour on the Web3 Commentselectronics-engineer+7
2016 Jan 22 Because wearing a hoody doesn't cut it anymore3 Commentswalny+1
2016 Nov 30 Become a member of Calyx Institute and get unlimited 4g hotspot from an ISP that promotes privacy by design.1 CommentsWhippingStar+5
2014 Oct 19 Become e-citizen of Estonia6 CommentsXo0om+28
2014 Nov 19 Beefed up iPhone crypto will lead to a child dying, DOJ warned Apple execs0 CommentsJDGumby+0
2013 Sep 12 Been groped by TSA agents? Former DHS official implied privacy advocates are to blame2 Commentsmolo1134+58
2016 Sep 20 Been off most social media for about a year now, considering finally breaking and going back... even though I hated it and the privacy concerns that came with it. Thoughts?5 CommentsRDubz75+0
2016 Sep 26 Been thinking about where this datamiming is going in the next decade or so1 CommentsItsNotHectic+1
2015 Sep 22 Been using google voice (now hangouts) SMS, want to change to a more secure, privacy respecting service ... Any suggestions?18 CommentsChristieLadram+24
2014 Nov 20 Before Snowden, a Debate Inside NSA | Years before Edward Snowden sparked a public outcry with the disclosure that the National Security Agency had been secretly collecting American telephone records, some NSA executives voiced strong objections to the program0 Commentstawtaw+14
2016 Aug 09 Beginner PGP questions5 Commentsnikoyoku+4
2015 Sep 29 Beginner Question (sorry)6 CommentsBurgerkingxxx+0
2012 Jun 01 Beginner question about disk encryption leads to detailed and imaginative discussion in /r/netsec0 CommentsEquanimousMind+0
2016 Feb 20 Beginner question about portable encrypted USB drives5 Commentskaryncube+4
2016 Jul 11 Beginner’s Guide to Tor on Ubuntu3 Commentsapartclod22+6
2015 Jul 28 Behavioral Profiling: The password you can't change.0 CommentsDeewiant+4
2015 Jan 20 Behaviour analysis, not credit history, may be the future of consumer lending0 Commentsjamesphw+1
2014 Jun 12 Behind the Great Firewall: What it's really like to log on from China3 Commentsflovringreen+13
2015 Jul 02 Behind the Surge in Cross-Device Ad Targeting. Advertisers are increasingly using technology that targets users across multiple devices, and it’s working.1 Commentstrai_dep+4
2015 May 16 Beijing wants total police state video surveillance by 20200 CommentsDownUnderCrew+27
2013 Jun 17Slow Clap Being called a traitor by Dick Cheney is the highest honor you can give an American11 Commentsmvbma+422
2013 Mar 11 Being detected through VPN45 CommentsXymak1y+52
2016 Jun 22 Being forced to install SSL certificate7 Commentsnandedatte+11
2016 Jun 06 Being privacy-aware in 20168 Commentsspeckz+33
2012 Oct 26 Being wary of handing over personal details to websites isn't 'outrageous'1 Commentssetaceus+5
2016 Dec 09 Belarus bans Tor5 Comments678+18
2015 May 28 Belgian Court Summons Skype Over Refusal to Allow Wiretaps3 CommentsBleak_Morn+5
2016 Jul 21 Belgian Government Cracks Down On Anonymous SIM Cards0 Commentsfearofhellz+4
2016 Nov 23 Belgian Telco Proximus to start selling real-time user location data to third parties3 Commentscendant+43
2015 Dec 08 Belgian ban on Facebook cookies should apply to all of Europe, privacy watchdogs say2 CommentsmWo12+63
2015 Nov 09 Belgian court gives Facebook 48 hours to stop tracking Internet users2 Commentsterrorofsarnath+18
2016 May 16 Belgian police says dont use Facebook’s reaction emojis if you value privacy0 CommentsNeomy190+2
2016 May 13 Belgian police: Don't use Facebook reactions if you value privacy4 CommentsNighthawkFencer+13
2015 Jun 15 Belgian privacy watchdog sues Facebook0 Commentseberkut+9
2013 Sep 16 Belgium Telecoms Provider Reportedly Spied on by NSA1 CommentsHorgh+5
2015 Nov 10 Belgium Tells Facebook to Stop Storing Data From Non-Users0 Commentseleitl+22
2016 Aug 08 Belgium fined Facebook about “tracking non-users – Philadelphia Technology Time16 CommentsmWo12+200
2015 Jun 16 Belgium takes Facebook to court over privacy breaches and user tracking0 CommentsMattSecurity+6
2015 Nov 14 Belgium to Facebook: stop tracking non-Facebook users or face $267K daily fines2 Commentsacrediblesauce+20
2015 Nov 29 Belgium vs Facebook3 Commentsdigitallawyer+5
2015 Mar 04 Belgium will drag Facebook to court if it has to – privacy minister0 Commentsvalariefarone+5
2015 Apr 08 Bell targeted ads plan slammed by privacy watchdog0 CommentsEvalynVandewalle+5
2013 Oct 22 Bell to collect customer personal information for marketing, targeted ads0 Commentsretinaeyepad+7
2012 May 01 Ben Franklin would say our online liberty is the same as liberty itself0 CommentsTanglesome+10
2013 Sep 23 Ben Swann: The Federal Data Hub - Does Private Information Exist In America Anymore?0 CommentsGreatestInstruments+7
2014 Mar 06 Ben Wizner | Something to Hide: New Technology, Dragnet Surveillance, and the Future of Privacy0 Commentssalvia_d+9
2012 Jun 28 Berkeley Law School: Web Privacy Census0 Commentsmaxwellhill+6
2012 Jun 27 Berkeley Law's first Web Privacy Census is out and it's troubling0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+3
2013 May 13 Berkeley town hall makes it clear: Berkeley wants a no-drone zone1 Commentsal0k86+9
2015 Apr 16 Berlin Strikes Compromise on Privacy, Security With New Data Guidelines0 Commentsjimmyradola+4
2013 Nov 20 Berlin court rules Google privacy policy violates data protection law0 Commentsfabnup+28
2013 Jun 06 Bernie Blasts NSA: "Congress must address this issue and protect the constitutional rights of the American people.”0 CommentsTheProgressive+0
2015 Oct 13 Bernie Sanders comes out against CISA, a controversial cybersecurity bill51 CommentsevanFFTF+480
2016 Mar 04 Bernie Sanders on Twitter: "In my view, the NSA is out of control and operating in an unconstitutional manner."213 Commentspizzaiolo_+1517
2016 Feb 26 Bernie Sanders says Snowden should be brought to trial, but he would not throw the book at him due to the benefit the American people received from his knowledge [11 min, 10 sec mark]84 Commentsmajorchamp+282
2016 May 18 Besa Mafia deep web hitman service turns out to be an elaborate bitcoin scam0 CommentsCoinosphere+15
2016 Apr 20 Beside Whatsapp, Apple and Viber, who else are following their steps or what other popular s/w or companies are following them?33 Commentscauliflower_pussay+7
2015 Mar 05 Besides Ello and Tsu, is anyone aware of any newer, non-invasive social media options??6 CommentsUniQueLyEviL+10
2013 Nov 09 Besieged: Stung by revelations of ubiquitous surveillance and compromised software, the internet’s engineers and programmers ponder how to fight back0 CommentsAdelleChattre+5
2016 Dec 26 Best Android App for Losing Your Phone?3 Commentsgphoguy+1
2017 Jan 03 Best Android Privacy OSs29 Commentsroguefleet+8
2016 Apr 06 Best Android keyboard for privacy?5 CommentsTiamer+5
2014 Dec 10 Best Anti-tracking Extensions for Firefox5 Commentstilde_tilde_tilde+7
2016 Oct 24 Best Browser (and tools in general) for Privacy in Local Network (Such as a school)7 Commentssimone1496+3
2017 Jan 10 Best Buy National Repair Techs Routinely Search Customer Devices, Act as "Paid Informers" for FBI3 CommentsPrestoVivace+13
2015 Dec 10 Best Chrome Extensions | gHacks Technology News0 Commentscatsfive+0
2013 Jun 08 Best Chrome extension for cookies4 CommentsRunningDingos+4
2016 Jan 09 Best Firefox extension for privacy without breaking websites?4 Commentsweiss27md+1
2015 Sep 20 Best GPS navigation unit for privacy?2 Commentsterrorofsarnath+2
2016 Apr 16 Best Greasemonkey Scripts for Enhancing Privacy?0 CommentsThe-Privacy-Advocate+3
2013 Nov 21 Best ISP privacy ?4 CommentsTheVegLibrarian+3
2016 Jan 13 Best ISPs0 CommentsPushTheEnvelopiate+1
2012 Mar 02 Best Internet Privacy - DuckDuckGo 0 CommentsTravel-R+0
2015 Dec 30 Best KeePass Plugins?3 CommentsGGNDOGG+6
2015 Apr 27 Best Laptop for Tails / Privacy Use6 Commentstails_question+7
2013 Nov 17 Best Linux distro for privacy protection4 Commentsantdude+7
2015 Jan 29 Best Method to Cloud Storage?16 Commentskoskesh89+4
2015 Jan 22 Best PGP softwares2 Commentsbuddhatokes710+1
2016 Aug 02 Best Password Manager — For Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, iOS and Enterprise - The Community's Center for Security2 Commentsantdude+0
2016 Dec 26 Best Phone With System Hardening/Encryption?4 Comments__UserNameWasTaken__+1
2015 May 07 Best Practice for your organization: Appoint a Privacy Officer0 Commentscqwww+1
2017 Jan 05 Best Privacy Apps for iPhone?4 CommentsWindowsRX+7
2016 Sep 17 Best Privacy/Security friendly Email Provider to integrate with iPhone Calendar/Contacts/Email/Notes?4 Commentsanalogphototaker+1
2015 Jun 10 Best Private Alternative for Google DNS?9 CommentsWackyModder84+3
2016 Dec 12 Best ROM for privacy and security for Android phone? Any suggestions?8 Commentssavemeplzs+7
2016 Jan 02 Best Recommendation For Private Business Email Hosting?2 CommentsSuperSecretTech+5
2015 Jan 18 Best Secure Encrypted VOIP + Video Program5 CommentsPrivateLoud+13
2016 Jul 10 Best Secure Mobile Messenger?15 Commentshashiusclay+4
2016 Sep 28 Best Software, utilities or files import lists for privacy on a Windows 10 Machine.7 Commentsmaxxterexe+5
2013 Dec 02 Best VPN For Relatively Cheap?11 CommentsMyGeekReview+5
2013 Apr 22 Best VPN?6 Commentsbkgordon0610+4
2016 Apr 08 Best Windows firewall to default-deny internet access and only allow whitelisted applications?3 Commentsimmortal192+4
2016 Jul 01 Best android os? Cyanogen mod or copper?7 Commentsthousands_+10
2015 Jun 10 Best approach to use 23andme service anonymously?2 Comments01888459+9
2015 May 02 Best apps to encrypt mobile phone calls | Hacker 100 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+26
2016 Jan 14 Best book/s on online privacy, anonymity and security? (For a beginner, preferably)5 Commentsquestions575+12
2014 Jan 29 Best broadband/dsl/other for privacy concerns?1 Commentsimbasill22+1
2017 Jan 12 Best browser for Android?9 Commentsvivek31+6
2014 Apr 09 Best cloud software in terms of security.13 CommentsRunningDingos+4
2015 Dec 13 Best cloud storage encryption tool?17 Commentsabc82+4
2015 Dec 10 Best cloud storage for auto photo upload/backups from phone9 Commentsyherick+1
2016 Dec 29 Best cloud storage to store pictures/videos?5 Commentsayyebrosef+2
2016 Apr 11 Best cloud storage with privacy in mind?37 CommentsVoidWhisperer+12
2013 Jun 09Advice Best distributed alternative to Facebook?5 CommentsKuduIO+4
2016 Oct 02 Best e-mail client?24 CommentsRenato_Lopes+6
2016 May 10 Best email client with built-in PGP?7 CommentsOnThatPizzaSwag+5
2016 Oct 14 Best email for privacy / encryption?14 Commentsloratcha+14
2016 Jun 25 Best email provider?1 Commentshousav+2
2014 Feb 20 Best encrypted IM service?6 CommentsChizbang+2
2016 Feb 20 Best encrypted chat program40 CommentsHalper902+16
2014 Jun 09 Best encrypted cloud storage/backup solution?5 Commentsexwalrus+3
2014 May 25 Best free alternative to Gmail?9 CommentsCryptoGold+5
2015 Apr 25 Best free email service for privacy?43 CommentsError_UsernameTaken+11
2014 Jun 24 Best free encrypted email service, post-Lavabit?14 Commentsfinkelsteiner+18
2016 Jan 15 Best free privacy-ensuring email provider that works with Thunderbird? Or is there even one?23 CommentsNonresemblance+18
2016 Jan 11 Best free secure email service?20 CommentsDiazepam+4
2015 Oct 24 Best laptop for privacy?10 Commentssproutkraut+2
2016 Mar 23 Best method use internet on mobile device without tracking?6 Commentspaulneilsen+2
2016 May 04 Best multi-platform secured messaging and youtube channel?7 Commentsm4m50x+2
2012 Feb 29 Best newbie advice, please9 CommentsMockingJ+3
2016 May 04 Best non-Apple laptop for privacy? Lenovo, Dell, HP all seem to have a history of rogue root certs. (examples inside)31 Comments0moi+12
2016 Aug 13 Best open source chromium based browser for privacy? Are Epic, SRiron, Iridium etc any good?12 CommentsSoodaPopinski+28
2016 May 14 Best phone to get as of May 2016?16 Commentsneedabelt99+11
2016 Jun 08 Best place to register a domain name for privacy2 CommentsKulekele+1
2015 Apr 07 Best places to live for privacy, freedom, and equality?7 Commentsbenkitty+3
2015 Aug 05 Best possible privacy solution in the age of modern 'brave new world'?2 CommentsiaTeALL+0
2012 Feb 06 Best practice using a new Mullvad VPN8 CommentsBofowoci+3
2013 Dec 21 Best practices for Tor use, in light of released NSA slides2 Commentskvqyzx+36
2016 Mar 28 Best practices for mobile security2 CommentsMoresoTorso+10
2012 Oct 01 Best prepaid debit card?21 Commentszloye+17
2015 Dec 01 Best privacy service that can be used alongside Steam2 CommentsWalker20000+2
2016 Jul 31 Best privacy-conscious Android web browser?11 CommentsJitnaught+0
2015 May 20 Best private note taking app for the iPhone?1 Commentsprivacythrowaway123+5
2016 Apr 03 Best search engine for privacy and not being tracked?9 Commentsesco123+2
2013 Jun 29 Best search engine to not be tracked?10 Commentsiwantedtoexplode+8
2016 Sep 12 Best secondary email service for privacy?11 Commentssuddenly_ponies+1
2014 Mar 04 Best self-hosting solution?28 Commentsxxzudge+20
2015 May 01 Best service for removing data from data brokers7 Commentsagainfree+4
2014 Jan 02 Best software firewall3 CommentsH_uK+2
2015 May 11 Best software for hiding IP address13 CommentsShake25+2
2016 Jun 03 Best things to do before deleting facebook?16 CommentsCrowlad+11
2017 Jan 06 Best way to check for devices?0 Commentspmmeyourwoes+3
2014 Dec 10 Best way to encrypt Onedrive files?4 CommentsYodukay+2
2015 Aug 05 Best way to have private text message conversations.6 CommentsAliiienWizard+7
2014 Mar 24 Best way to hide the fact that you are using encryption10 CommentsMimaste7+13
2016 Dec 15 Best way to make a private journal / diary6 Commentsthrowaway11ofmany+5
2015 Nov 17 Best way to protect a USB stick ?9 CommentsElKomic+4
2015 Feb 20 Best way to save passwords digitally?6 Commentsgoldfisharegold+7
2013 Mar 18 Best way to secure large amounts of data? Specifically RAID stored data.12 Commentsdokumentamarble+12
2014 Oct 25 Best way to send/receive texts anonymously?2 Comments1000010008+8
2012 Jul 30advice Best way to spend money online (anonymously)?4 CommentsD8V974FN+2
2016 Jan 18 Best way to stay relatively-private on extremely restrictive networks?1 Commentsprivacy_throwawayyyy+5
2017 Jan 07 Best way to store data on the cloud?30 CommentsFahad78+2
2016 Apr 09 Best way to sync "read it later" links / bookmarks for somebody concerned about privacy?7 Commentsnrogers64+5
2014 Jan 29 Best worst smart phone service?0 Commentsnattybump000+1
2015 Jul 01 Best, free way to back up a laptop?3 CommentsThrowaway84947+1
2013 Jul 09 Best-selling author Howard Bloom explains how "terrorist threat" laws have OBLITERATED your constitutional rights.0 CommentsAmazingFuckinAtheist+8
2015 Apr 06 BestCrypt vs VeraCrypt? BCWipe vs BleachBit?11 Commentsresidentalien999+4
2016 May 28 Beta Changelogs Indicate End-To-End Encryption Coming To Facebook And Facebook Messenger0 Commentsnimkip+2
2013 Feb 25 Beta testing OpenVPN service. Free accounts...12 Commentstunnelninja+0
2014 Mar 04 Beta testing for Tor's anonymous mobile OS begins this spring0 Commentschobopeon+7
2014 Oct 10 Betrayed by your smartphone: Cory Doctorow on the future of internet censorship0 CommentsLibertatea+15
2014 Aug 28 Better Late Than Never: Apple Updates HealthKit Privacy Policy to Ban Selling Data0 CommentsblackVPN+2
2012 Aug 20 Better onion anonymity possible?2 Commentsgrecs+3
2016 Jul 05 Better way to manage DOM storage or emptying webappsstore.sqlite?0 Commentsexquisitesunshine+2
2016 Sep 15 Betterspot: is it worth it? Can they provide what they promise?1 Commentsvabanque+2
2015 Nov 02 Beware UK Government "concessions" on surveillance1 Commentsoutdoortog+21
2013 Feb 13 Beware of PrivacyFix Add-on for Firefox [OSX]10 CommentsLowValueTarget+43
2017 Jan 21Old News Beware of ads that use inaudible sound to link your phone, TV, tablet, and PC17 Commentsplato_thyself+119
2015 Nov 13 Beware of ads that use inaudible sound to link your phone, TV, tablet, and PC -- "While the sound can't be heard by the human ear, nearby tablets and smartphones can detect it. When they do, browser cookies can now pair a single user to multiple devices"63 Commentsmepper+438
2016 Feb 01 Beware of health insurers' data grabs, wearables and biometric goals0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2016 May 23 Beware of keystroke loggers disguised as USB phone chargers, FBI warns4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+14
2015 Jun 02 Beware of video steganography tools0 Commentsjchcov+4
2015 Jun 20 Beware the Listening Machines0 Commentsr721+24
2012 Aug 07 Beware, Tech Abandoners. People Without Facebook Accounts Are 'Suspicious.' (x-post Technology)1 CommentsJoyousCacophony+6
2012 Aug 27 Beware: How Facebook’s new design mocks your privacy0 Commentsr3b3lang3l+7
2015 Feb 23 Beware: Your Baby’s Face Is Online, and On Sale0 Commentshelloimheretoo+21
2014 Jun 03 Beyond Edward Snowden Comic Book0 Commentsmiltonsmithtr+6
2013 Jun 12 Beyond NSA's PRISM -- The Extreme Monitoring Developed in the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office0 Commentskjayh+18
2014 Mar 13 Beyond Snowden: Don’t Coddle the National Security State; Smash It2 Commentsescotony+86
2016 Mar 21 Beyond surveillance: what could happen if Apple loses to the FBI. An Apple loss in the San Bernardino encryption case risks creating a world in which we can no longer trust the gadgets that track how we drive, when we’re home and whether the door is locked2 Commentstrai_dep+30
2013 Jun 14 Biden in 2006 debates Obama in 2013 over NSA spying program0 CommentsSomeKindOfMutant+9
2016 Feb 12 Bienvenido Mr. Privacy Shield0 Commentsderechotic+4
2013 Jul 08 Big Box Retailers Grab Big Data - What You Need to Know When You Shop0 Commentsdesignerinexile+12
2013 Jun 12 Big Brother AD, Verizon Wireless: Can You Hear Me Now?...Yes We Can!1 Commentsmvbma+8
2016 Oct 07 Big Brother Awards Belgium: Facebook is the privacy villain of the year1 Commentseleitl+11
2015 Feb 21 Big Brother Barbie Sets Dangerous Precedent2 Commentswheeler1432+44
2014 Nov 30 Big Brother IS watching you. Don’t be complacent about surveillance35 CommentsblackVPN+266
2012 Dec 07 Big Brother Is In Your Pocket (But You Get A Discount)0 Commentsluster+1
2015 Feb 11 Big Brother Is Listening: Users Need the Ability To Teach Smart TVs New Lessons0 CommentsKerberos53+20
2016 Feb 11 Big Brother Seeking to Get in Your Child's Head — Literally - "Among the many tools being pursued are so-called “Intelligent Tutoring Systems,” which monitor, track, and exploit students' emotional and physiological reactions."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2012 Nov 12 Big Brother UK: 8 million children recorded on massive secret database10 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+108
2017 Jan 12 Big Brother collecting big data and in China, it's all for sale1 CommentsSoCo_cpp+6
2012 Oct 23 Big Brother comes to BitTorrent0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2012 Mar 25 Big Brother demands your Facebook privacy for a job1 CommentsJacquie_Kubin+0
2015 Jun 06 Big Brother has a big brother: the Internet of Things0 Commentsarkoene+9
2012 Sep 07 Big Brother in Your Car - Truthdig0 Commentsyahoo_bot+3
2013 Jul 05 Big Brother in the Era of Big Data [audio, 7:55]0 Commentsfstorino+4
2012 Oct 11 Big Brother invades our classrooms 0 CommentsEuroRaver1+2
2016 May 17 Big Brother is Coming to a Music Festival Near You2 Commentspunkthesystem+16
2016 Jun 02Video Big Brother is WWWatching You - feat. George Orwell1 Commentshazysummersky+8
2015 Dec 17 Big Brother is born. And we find out 15 years too late to stop him15 Commentsc0cky+348
2013 Jun 07 Big Brother is listening0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+5
2016 Jul 06 Big Brother is listening as well as watching5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+9
2012 Oct 19 Big Brother meets Big Data: Governments start scrutinizing credit card records - Red Tape5 Commentsmoooooky+32
2012 Feb 21 Big Brother or clever crime fighting? 0 CommentsAJStream+3
2012 Sep 12 Big Brother or peeping tom? UK installs CCTV in school bathrooms, changing rooms — RT1 Commentsyahoo_bot+6
2013 Sep 26 Big Brother potentially exists right now in our PCs, compliments of Intel's vPro1 Commentsyahoo_bot+2
2013 Jun 14 Big Brother's Prying Eyes | Lawrence Lessig talks Government Spying on Moyers and Co.0 CommentsJawnSchirring+9
2014 Mar 12 Big Brother, Small City: River Islands To Feature Heavy Surveillance0 Commentsquantumcipher+6
2014 Jul 19 Big Brother, the thought police, real-life Room 101 and newspeak: 1984 is happening now1 Commentsericvyse+8
2014 Jan 03 Big Brother’s little siblings: How local police departments are spying on us now, too1 Commentskulkke+117
2016 Apr 13 Big Data (Don't panic but .. YOU'RE BEING WATCHED.) Aust TV explanation3 Commentsnew_handle+41
2014 Feb 26 Big Data Breach: 360 Million Newly Stolen Credentials For Sale0 CommentsMwaski+2
2013 Sep 10 Big Data and You - Transparency or Fishing?0 Commentskstershic+2
2015 Feb 04 Big Data ethics1 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+2
2014 Mar 17 Big Data still "a new frontier" for most of the public sector; an IBM report notes that "the private sector knows much more about you than government ever will."0 Commentsmeyamashi+7
2014 Jan 09 Big Data, Big Brother and the death of privacy in the digital age0 Commentstrilbey+10
2014 Nov 10 Big Data, Underground Railroad: History says unfettered collection of data is a bad idea.1 Commentsstreetlite+9
2013 Jan 23 Big Data: Amazon Set To Sell Advertisers On Its Trove Of Consumer Buying Data3 CommentsTyrien+11
2015 Jul 14 Big Data: Protecting Privacy Is Good For Business1 Commentsyourbasicgeek+2
2012 Nov 28 Big Data: Use and Abuse Managing data In this digital era Yields ethical thought0 Commentsfood4thoughtz+4
2016 Jan 26 Big Decision Time For Business As Cyber Security And Privacy Collide Again1 Commentstrampstampage+3
2014 Jan 28 Big Internet Companies Handicap Start-Ups in FISA Rule Changes0 Commentstrilbey+22
2016 Jul 14 Big Privacy Ruling Says Feds Can’t Grab Data Abroad With a Warrant1 CommentsBarmagluk+73
2013 Feb 15 Big Telcos Love CISPA; More Immunity For Violating Our Customers Privacy?!? Sign Us Up0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+49
2016 Feb 20 Big Victory: Judge Pushes Jewel v. NSA Forward2 Commentsblacklightmoon+53
2014 Jun 03 Big Win For DuckDuckGo: Apple Adding To Safari As Private Search Option73 Commentsspeckz+402
2012 Dec 05 Big ad network that secretly sniffed users’ online habits settles with FTC0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+6
2012 Jul 24 Big brother Microsoft listens in to your Skype IMs 0 CommentsTanglesome+33
2013 Jul 05 Big brother license plates - RT reports on electronic license plates that would track location0 Commentsrandomhumanuser+4
2016 Aug 25 Big data and hidden cameras are emerging as dangerous weapons in the gentrification wars0 Commentslucastx+5
2014 Jun 20 Big data and privacy: every click you make | Technology | theguardian.com0 Commentsthegooddata+6
2016 May 04 Big data breaches found at major email services: expert0 Commentsanutensil+4
2013 Apr 26 Big data can be a big headache for data defenders0 Commentsantdude+2
2013 Sep 10 Big data in the NYC Mayor’s Office: importance of privacy for vulnerable populations.0 CommentsDevFRus+1
2013 Jul 29 Big data, metadata, and traffic analysis: What the NSA is really doing0 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2016 Jul 13 Big data: What’s even creepier than Target guessing that you1 Commentspolymute+3
2012 Mar 03 Big glitch with Rogers One Number system?1 CommentsEcocide+7
2012 Sep 19 Big news in national detention, targeted killing and spying cases. I think about leaving this country more every day.1 Commentsnilss0n+17
2013 Oct 01 Big privacy event in Seattle today and tomorrow1 CommentsPrivacyProf+4
2016 Oct 25 Big tech-media mergers raise fresh privacy concerns0 Commentsourari+1
2016 Jan 04 Big victories and rollbacks for data in year of terror0 Commentseberkut+11
2016 Oct 19 Big-Data Algorithms Are Manipulating Us All | Opinion0 Commentsourari+1
2016 Mar 15 Big-name sites hit by rash of malicious ads spreading crypto ransomware2 Commentsourari+24
2013 Oct 17 BigData-Startups | The Problem With De-identification As A Privacy Control1 Commentsmarkvanrijmenam+3
2016 May 21 Bigger Brother: The Exponential Law of Privacy Loss - The New Yorker (2011)5 Comments0moi+117
2016 Aug 05 Biggest German TechNews magazine heise.de introduces "Tippgeber", a portal where whistleblowers can anonymously submit their information1 CommentstheKovah+7
2015 Sep 12 Bilbo Baggage, keys.0 Comments3vi1+1
2013 Feb 11 Bill C-30 (aka lawful access - warrantless access to telco customer info) is dead in Canada 2 Commentsprivacylawyer+33
2012 Feb 22 Bill C-30: Big Brother Hidden in Section 140 Commentsusernamefatigue+7
2016 Feb 24 Bill Gates Is Confused About Apple FBI Fight, Makes Everyone More Confused0 Commentssigbhu+9
2014 Jan 22 Bill Gates Says Government Spying Isn’t Always Bad2 Commentsfabnup+22
2016 Feb 23 Bill Gates Sides With Government in Apple Clash, FT Says2 CommentsNighthawkFencer+5
2016 Apr 19 Bill Gates clarifies privacy stance: no one is an ‘absolutist’0 CommentsCyberSoldier+1
2014 Mar 14 Bill Gates on Edward Snowden: "I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn't characterize him as a hero. [...] You won't find much admiration from me."43 CommentsNecrotik+95
2016 Feb 23 Bill Gates says Apple should unlock the San Bernardino iPhone7 Commentshugvo+30
2016 Feb 23 Bill Gates sides with FBI on demand for Apple backdoor to shooter's iPhone0 CommentsDonManuel+0
2014 Apr 22 Bill Gates student data-mining company shut amid privacy concerns0 Commentsjabr0+24
2013 Mar 26 Bill Gates' $100 Million Database to Track Students3 Commentswhitefangs+5
2016 Apr 19 Bill Gates: No ‘absolutists’ on privacy and government searches1 CommentsSecbits23+2
2014 Sep 24 Bill Introduced To Give Privacy And Civil Liberties Oversight Board More Actual Power0 Commentsdavidreiss666+9
2016 Nov 27 Bill Introduced To Push Back Approval Of DOJ's Proposed Rule 41 Changes19 Commentsagentf90+92
2014 May 10 Bill Maher Rips Washington Post Suggestion That We Self-Edit in a World Lacking Privacy12 Commentsjgrep+77
2014 Mar 14 Bill Moyers interviews Dragnet Nation author2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+12
2014 Jun 18 Bill S-4 Passes Senate, Despite Supreme Court Ruling Against Warrantless Access (Canada)0 Commentssalvia_d+6
2016 Dec 11 Bill Would Allow Government To Locate People With Tracking Devices: "A bill meant to help those with developmental disabilities would allow government agencies to locate people with tracking devices, which has some concerned the measure gives the federal government too much authority and power."32 Commentstrot-trot+412
2016 Feb 10 Bill Would Ban State Efforts to Weaken Encryption13 CommentsDonManuel+395
2013 Jun 18 Bill aims to regulate email privacy in the cloud0 CommentsRamKKaushik+4
2015 Apr 21 Bill before congress would authorize secrecy and surveillance, not "cyber security"0 Commentsquantumcipher+14
2014 Jun 11 Bill preventing State from selling data from license plate reader dies1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+27
2016 Apr 11 Bill seeks to kill anonymous 'burner' phones by requiring registration4 Commentssqlburn+13
2016 Sep 13 Bill seeks to thwart FBI/DOJ mass hacking1 Commentsdebridezilla+6
2014 Jun 07 Bill to ban stalking apps0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+10
2016 Mar 17 Bill to explicitly legalize mass surveillance and data collection advances in British Parliament66 Commentscojoco+374
2015 Apr 02 Bill would stop feds from mandating 'backdoor' to data - "The problem," Massie said, "is that If we put in backdoors for the convenience of the government, those backdoors can be exploited by hackers as well."4 Commentsdelapatriot+166
2016 Feb 29 Billboard company will be partnering with AT&T to track people's location to better serve ads3 CommentsFucanelli+74
2016 May 05 Billboards are watching you, collecting data1 Commentsfrenzy3+6
2014 Dec 17 Billion Dollar Surveillance Blimp to Launch Over Maryland.57 Commentssadatay+233
2015 Aug 04 Bing Mapping came up my private driveway and imaged my house7 Commentsbxiie+14
2015 Jun 16 Bing Moving to Encrypt Search Traffic by Default5 Commentsxiongchiamiov+14
2015 Sep 15 Bing now degrading HTTPS to HTTP?8 Commentscensoredspeech+7
2014 Feb 18 Bing practicing Chinese censorship globally0 Commentsjaapwalhout+7
2015 Nov 06 Binge Surfing: In case your local government decides to collect every single domain or url you visited: Why not make it even more ineffective and costly to do so?82 Commentskkretsch+269
2012 Oct 11 Bioethics panel urges more gene privacy protection 0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2014 Feb 19 Biography of a Cypherpunk, and How Cryptography Affects Your Life3 CommentsEsotericForest+11
2012 Nov 11 Biometric Data-Gathering Sets Off a Privacy Debate1 CommentsinfodivaMLIS+34
2013 May 10 Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform: "Think of it as a government version of Foursquare, with Big Brother cataloging every check-in."9 Commentsliefj+143
2016 May 27 Biometric Information Privacy Act under attack8 Commentsshoonmcgregor+216
2013 Dec 30 Biometric Security Poses Huge Privacy Risks: Scientific American0 Commentsburtzev+8
2015 Jan 18 Biometric Verification: Apple Is Considering Storing Your Fingerprints I...4 Comments1eagle2+1
2016 Mar 09 Biometrics Are Coming, Along With Serious Security and Privacy Concerns0 Commentsourari+1
2013 Jun 07 Biometrics based e-surveillance project of India named Aadhaar has launched three Aadhaar enabled services despite all illegalities. This is the starting point for a draconian and police state in India where privacy rights would be openly violated.0 CommentsUIDAINews+2
2014 Nov 16 Biometrics revolution0 CommentsUsernamemeh+2
2015 Jan 15 Biometrics: Facing up to terrorism1 CommentsUsernamemeh+0
2014 May 21 Biosurveillance: Government to track your health as a matter of national security0 CommentsUlkeshNaranek+14
2016 Jul 27 Bipartisan Caucus Launches in the House to Defend Fourth Amendment0 Commentsevanhjones+1
2013 Sep 25 Bipartisan Group Led By Wyden And Udall Introduce Legislation Aimed At Comprehensive Reform Of Surveillance Programs0 Commentskismor+8
2014 May 02 Bipartisan group slams U.S. SEC for resisting email privacy reform | A coalition of liberals and conservatives is lashing out at the U.S. SEC for pushing back against legislation that would force government agencies to get warrants before they access the email of people under investigation.0 Commentskulkke+6
2013 Jun 07 Birth of the Surveillance State5 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+15
2015 Jun 21 Bit Chat Version 3.0 Released With Upgraded Cryptography5 Commentsshreyasonline+15
2016 Jan 14 Bit Chat security opinions0 CommentsP-e-t-a-r+0
2015 May 08 Bit.ly & Viglink Quietly Adding Their Own Affiliate Cookies on Shortened Links [from /r/technology]0 CommentsJDGumby+1
2014 Oct 09 BitHalo - First unbreakable private contracts0 Commentsdjillryan+3
2014 Nov 02 BitLocker uploads device encryption keys to SkyDrive6 Commentswonkadonk+38
2014 Jan 16 BitTorrent Creator's New Software DissidentX Hides Secrets In Plain Sight18 Commentscookiedavis+72
2013 Dec 19 BitTorrent Details How It’s Building An Anonymous Chat Product Without Using Servers0 Commentshazysummersky+11
2013 Oct 13 BitTorrent Inc. Doesn’t Care About Your Privacy, Not Always7 Commentsani625+77
2015 Dec 17 BitTorrent Spy Tool Aims to Reduce Company File-Sharing0 Commentspizzaiolo_+1
2013 Oct 29 BitTorrent Sync protects your files from Prism’s prying eyes | TechHive2 Commentswallacephotobiz+0
2012 Sep 12 BitTorrent movies and TV carefully out there folks: They're watching you. 1 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2013 Oct 09 BitTorrent seeks to de-stigmatise torrenting with bold billboard campaign0 CommentsOMG4Reddit+17
2012 Apr 12 BitTorrent users: be warned...3 CommentsFluxMiller+13
2014 Dec 10 BitTorrent wants to change the way the web is built3 Commentskyletorpey+10
2013 Apr 23 BitTorrent’s Secure Dropbox Alternative Goes Public4 Commentsorangepotion+51
2013 Oct 29 Bitcoin ATM to launch in Canada (uses palm-scans to comply with money laundering laws?)1 Commentsuntowardlands+1
2013 Nov 29 Bitcoin Black Friday is one way to defend crypto-currency. Ashton Kutcher, Cory Doctorow, and Alexis Ohanian have joined this thunderclap to spread the word. You could too, ya know.2 CommentsevanFFTF+7
2015 Nov 28 Bitcoin Core to work with Tor by default as of v0.12 [/r/bitcoin]3 CommentsAnde2101+10
2015 Apr 21 Bitcoin Forum Gives 600 People's Private Info To US Gov't2 Commentscensoredspeech+4
2016 Nov 02 Bitcoin Isn’t Anonymous Enough0 Commentsourari+5
2014 Feb 12 Bitcoin and Financial Privacy:What Your Accountant needs to know0 Commentszmanian+7
2014 Jul 05 Bitcoin equals privacy2 Commentspork522+0
2015 Sep 19 Bitcoin is not anonymous50 CommentsmWo12+140
2013 Aug 28 Bitcoin offers privacy -- as long as you don't cash out or spend it: Most users do not use sophisticated methods that would more deeply mask their transactions0 Commentsmepper+0
2013 Nov 06 Bitcoin: From Anti-State Currency to FBI Cash Cow; Good Cop Obama, Bad Cop Cameron on NSA (Red Couch)0 CommentsCircassianul+1
2016 Aug 28 Bitcoiners Who Use Tor – Be Warned!12 CommentsLowvizibility+62
2013 Jun 23 Bitcoins Seized by DEA0 Commentshammersmith88+3
2013 Mar 22 Bitcoins get money laundering rule.9 Commentsmacabee+27
2016 May 19 Bitlocker or Veracrypt for full-disk encryption?13 Commentsthrowaway289332+4
2014 May 14 Bitly Customer Credentials Likely Exposed in Breach!0 Commentssimplesammm+2
2013 Oct 24 Bitmessage4 CommentsTheVegLibrarian+7
2013 Feb 17 Bitmessage - Decentralized alternative to email4 CommentsHostFat+8
2013 Jul 29 Bitmessage 0.3.50 Commentsdokumentamarble+0
2013 Aug 23 Bitmessage Security2 Commentscap2002+11
2013 Aug 11 Bitmessage: Choice Of A Rightly Paranoid Generation1 Commentswhitefangs+4
2013 Sep 11 Bittorrent Sync: A good alternative to Dropbox, not everything needs to be in the cloud16 CommentsTheOtherITdude+9
2011 Apr 25 Bizarre pornography raid underscores Wi-Fi privacy risks0 Commentsgnikrowten+9
2016 Mar 21 Black Americans and encryption: the stakes are higher than Apple v FBI. Malkia Cyril grew up under the threat of surveillance and says encryption is critical for human rights.1 Commentstrai_dep+6
2013 Feb 06 Black Boxes in Cars: Open Call for Comments0 CommentsPurblind+1
2014 Aug 11 Black Hat 2014 Pwnie Awards: Heartbleed, Apple's “goto fail” and Mt. Gox0 CommentsblackVPN+6
2012 Dec 07 Black boxes in cars raise privacy concerns: In the next few days, the NTSB is expected to propose long-delayed regulations requiring auto manufacturers to include "black boxes" in all new cars and light trucks20 Commentsmepper+57
2013 Jul 21 Black boxes in cars: A question of privacy3 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+24
2013 Apr 03 BlackBerry 10 Can BBM Anything You're Watching, Even Porn0 Commentstboneplayer+0
2013 Apr 02 BlackBerry 10 tells your friends when you’re watching porn6 Commentsaoeuidhts+0
2016 Feb 24 BlackBerry Buys UK’s Encription Ltd To Kickstart Its New Cybersecurity Consultancy0 Commentssabrinadestiny00+3
2016 Jul 20 BlackBerry CEO 'disturbed' by Apple's hard line on encryption6 Commentsvagr+17
2014 Nov 06 BlackBerry COO: Comments from former NSA lawyer ‘don’t make any sense’2 Commentswonkadonk+61
2016 Jun 09 BlackBerry Is Eager to Intercept Messages for Foreign Police0 CommentsKulekele+9
2016 Jun 09 BlackBerry Taps on Users Help Police 'Kick Ass,' Insider Says [x-post from /r/canada]1 CommentsJDGumby+7
2016 Apr 19 BlackBerry Won't Confirm or Deny it Gave Encryption Keys to Law Enforcement - A non-answer of inspiring proportions.44 Commentsanutensil+456
2015 Dec 15 BlackBerry has "lawful interception" capabilities for communications but this isn't a backdoor for... reasons. BB COO attacks end-to-end crypto because it "helps terrorists."35 CommentsArchangelleBorgore+208
2015 Nov 30 BlackBerry is leaving Pakistan over demands for backdoor acces0 CommentsmWo12+3
2016 Jul 27 BlackBerry launching new smartphone with emphasis on beefed up security3 CommentsDiscipleofOden+2
2016 Jul 28 BlackBerry says its new Android smartphone is the 'world's most secure'4 Commentsflaggwiz+6
2016 Jan 23 BlackBerry: No, police did not break our encryption7 Commentsflaggwiz+63
2015 Aug 11 BlackHat 2015: Industrial hacking1 CommentsDarfWork+6
2012 Dec 14 BlackHat USA 2011: Faces Of Facebook-Or, How The Largest Real ID Database In The World Came To Be 2 CommentsVX-R+13
2015 Jan 29 BlackPhone2 Commentsquercus_suber+1
2014 May 20 BlackShades users targeted in 16-nation sweep; 97 arrested1 Commentsscrotalacne+1
2014 Feb 11 BlackVPN joins the protest against mass surveillance. From now on we will donate 10% of every VPN Privacy Package purchase to the EFF to help in the fight for digital rights.2 CommentsblackVPN+66
2015 Dec 21 Blackberry CEO Gives Public One More Reason To Not Buy Its Phones By Arguing For Greater Law Enforcement Cooperation27 CommentsTheLantean+442
2016 Apr 18 Blackberry CEO says tech firms should comply with lawful access requests6 Commentsgulabjamunyaar+28
2016 Jun 13 Blackberry gives away decryption keys9 CommentsEasyCrypt+54
2015 Dec 01 Blackberry says no to Pakistani govt back door0 CommentsSpidertech500+2
2014 Dec 06 Blackberry security1 Commentsmbbitter+3
2015 Nov 23 Blackberry taking 'balanced' approach to encryption, lawful intercept0 CommentsTheLantean+1
2014 Jul 24 Blacklisted: The Secret Government Rulebook For Labeling You a Terrorist - The Intercept0 Commentsattorneyatloblaw+5
2015 Sep 12 Blackphone 2 Hands on Review, Camera, Features and Overview4 CommentsBlackphoneMauritius+5
2015 Mar 03 Blackphone 2: Privacy Handset with Mainstream Looks0 Commentsjimmyradola+4
2015 Sep 28 Blackphone 2: The Smartphone Built for Spies (and the People They Spy On)2 Commentshasslethehoff+14
2014 Feb 24 Blackphone First Privacy Based Smartphone Enters the Market - Roundup of Specs13 CommentsFreedomHacker+6
2014 Aug 06 Blackphone and Replicant not enough to secure mobile phones2 CommentsBadBiosvictim+8
2014 Aug 11 Blackphone gets rooted5 Commentschaxen+19
2014 Dec 09 Blackphone launching world’s first privacy-focused app store3 Commentsstatelessnfaithless+12
2014 Jul 09 Blackphone or Jolla?7 CommentsSomban+10
2015 Nov 29 Blackphone vows to keep its ultra-private phone out of terrorists’ hands7 CommentsmWo12+10
2014 Oct 15 Blackphone.ch: not a secure swiss website. Says something about the rest of the company.1 CommentsInecrafter+1
2014 Feb 28 Blackphone: Privacy for Lazy People. Not an endorsement. Posted for critical review.1 Commentsgroupaccount+4
2013 Dec 31 Blame Silicon Valley for the NSA's data slurp0 Commentstrilbey+0
2014 Jun 08 BlameStross - DIY BlackPhone2 Commentsblamestross+21
2015 Jul 20 Blasphemy for the naive wienies on this forum5 Commentstechmogul+0
2013 Nov 17 Bleachbit file wiper for Linux/Windows reaches version 1.01 Commentstummy_badger+31
2015 May 12 Bleep (Bittorrent Chat) Now Publicly Available Across All Major Platforms9 Commentsjohnmountain+10
2014 Jul 31 Bleep: BitTorrent Unveils Serverless & Encrypted Chat Client11 CommentsblackVPN+80
2014 Jan 23 Blimplike surveillance craft set to deploy over Maryland heighten privacy concerns0 CommentsAdelleChattre+4
2015 May 27 Blimps Over Capitol: Just Hot Air?0 Commentstrot-trot+2
2012 Mar 28 Block Me If You Can: A Privacy Flaw in Facebook!1 Commentsnetw0rm+3
2016 Jul 18 Block Taboola from hosts file3 Commentsviagravagina+4
2016 Aug 19 Block Taboola/RevContent through hosts file.0 Commentsviagravagina+2
2016 Sep 26 Block Windows telemetry once and for all!5 CommentsThatOneIPGuy+3
2015 Jan 31 Block obnoxious ShareThis CopyNShare tracking script which adds "See more at ..." whenever you're trying to copy/paste text from a site1 Commentsproselitigator+8
2012 Nov 16 Block your license plate from cameras -- Is this legal?2 CommentsDavid_Crockett+12
2013 Jul 16 Block-it Pocket Review0 Commentswearehidden+6
2013 Jul 25 BlockPRISM - (chrome)Browser plugin for facebook chat encryption - crowdfunding campaign3 Commentskoeppelmann+1
2016 Dec 23 Blockchain will rewire security, privacy—and business. The tech underlying Bitcoin promises to transform virtually any online organization. CISOs, CIOs—get ready.1 Commentsdoom_Battle3+1
2017 Jan 11 Blockchain will rewire security, privacy—and business. The tech underlying Bitcoin promises to transform virtually any online organization. CISOs, CIOs—get ready.0 CommentsBull_Frog0+3
2015 May 18 Blocked Sign-in Attempts By Microsoft; help?2 Commentsfleurgold+4
2016 Aug 18 Blocking Ad-Blockers: The War for Our Attention Span (x-post /r/openmedia)1 Comments-code-+1
2014 Jan 10 Blocking Google on an Android phone as much as possible.10 CommentsErhan24+29
2013 Sep 27 Blocking Identity Leaks in Android?3 CommentsTiramisuu2+9
2016 Mar 29 Blocking Windows 10 telemetry4 Commentsgnaumov+5
2015 Aug 09 Blocking ads / trackers globally4 Commentsolemir+2
2015 Apr 09 Blocking ads and trackers system wide using HOSTS3 Commentsshinnok+2
2016 Sep 02 Blocking caller ID2 Commentsprivaseee+3
2014 Sep 02 Blocking consumer choice: Google's dangerous ban of privacy and security app4 Comments-Gavin-+25
2015 Nov 23 Blocking most Advertising servers via factory router firmware.41 CommentsThatTechNerd+40
2016 Feb 29 Blocking specific javascript functions?3 CommentsDeku-shrub+2
2016 Nov 17 Blocking tracking with Firefox Focus for iOS?2 Commentsbeame_io+7
2012 Mar 27 Blogger who blogs about privacy gets spotted by stranger - Real Life Meets Blog « The Private Man0 Commentspostgygaxian+0
2016 Nov 26 Bloomberg: "Lenders Now Peering at Phone Data"25 Commentsreinhardtmain+201
2013 Jun 28 Blowing the whistle on Obama's America - Do the threats facing whistleblowers under Obama's presidency mean Americans know less about what their government does?1 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+14
2014 Jul 09 Blue Shield discloses 18,000 doctors' Social Security numbers0 Commentsantdude+2
2016 May 27 BlueCoat, a company that specializes in censorship, surveillance and internet infrastructure such as public/corporate wifi, has become a certificate authority, allowing it to initiate man-in-the-middle attacks without warning.63 CommentsKinost+281
2012 Sep 26 BluePyth - Leaving Google2 Commentsbincat+8
2016 Jan 11 Bluetooth connection to a Samsung/Apple device a data leakeage risk?0 CommentsAvengeTheEve+1
2016 Dec 27 Bluetooth two factor authentication with a backup password for windows?0 Commentsrumen_do+1
2013 Oct 22 Bluetooth-Sniffing Highway Traffic Monitors Vulnerable to MITM Attack0 Commentsantdude+12
2015 Nov 26 Bob Paulson, RCMP boss, wants warrantless access to online subscriber info3 Commentsreaderseven+5
2016 Apr 17 Body camera debate: Privacy vs. transparency2 CommentsCyberSoldier+10
2013 Sep 03 Body-worn "IMSI" catcher sniffs mobile phone details of nearby people in 90 seconds0 Commentscojoco+36
2012 Aug 11 Boeing Demonstrates Drones That Perform Like ‘Swarm Of Insects’ 1 Commentsrobert32907+3
2012 Oct 24 Boeing tests microwave missile that knocks out electronics, represents our worst nightmare (video) -- Engadget16 Commentsvictory-not-vengance+44
2015 Nov 12 BofA Shuts Down Mint, Staking Their Claim to Your Data0 CommentsDawooga+14
2012 May 25 Bogus Copyright Infringement Claims are Becoming a New Form of Online Harrassment0 Commentslewojeda+32
2013 May 22 BolehVPN Review: My new favorite VPN provider2 Commentsjlangvad+4
2016 Mar 26Off Topic Bombings in Brussels: here's why the police had to communicate via WhatsApp for relief operations2 CommentsNINNY_looloo+2
2014 Jul 21 Bon appetit: Restaurants can document who you're dining with0 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2016 Jun 25Software BooXtream/Verso ePub DRM Remover0 Commentsmiyakami+2
2015 Jan 07 Book recommendation for those who are more academically interested: "Privacy in Context" NYU professor Helen Nissenbaum's primer on technology privacy. Posting the Atlantic article for a good general overview.2 CommentsDuMbHour+6
2016 Aug 22 Book recommendations about "big data"?2 CommentsCrumist+5
2015 Feb 21 Book: Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable, and What We Can Do About It0 Commentslapall+1
2015 Feb 21 Book: The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information0 Commentslapall+0
2016 Nov 19 Book: The Circle by Dave Eggers. Read by someone? What is your opinion?0 Commentssretlow+1
2017 Jan 02 Booking a hotel room for privacy12 Commentsiain583+11
2016 Dec 13 Bookmarked Website Appears in Instagram Feed as an Ad...WTF?3 Commentsr-bitcoin+5
2013 May 29 Bookmarks and Privacy. Are they a bad idea?4 CommentsMTCONE+6
2012 Dec 25Advice Books/sites recommendation about online anonymity1 Commentsanon-whale+3
2013 Aug 27 Boom Triggered By NSA: German Email Services Report Surge in Demand9 Commentssisko7+190
2013 May 30 Boosting your Internet security with DNSCrypt2 Commentsiamapizza+29
2016 Oct 02 Booting an OS from USB on my workplace laptop10 CommentsLosConeijo+5
2014 Sep 14 Bootstrapping Problem3 Commentsbootstrap_myself+1
2013 Jun 10 Booz Allen Became Wealthy by Maintaining Government Secrets0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+7
2012 Jun 19 Border agency to listen in on travellers' conversations0 Commentsreaderseven+2
2014 Jan 15 Border-patrol drones being borrowed by other agencies more often than previously known0 Commentsturophobia+5
2016 Apr 17 Borderline spyware being promoted by big news outlet [rant] x-post /r/Android16 CommentsI-Have-N0-Username+122
2016 Feb 16 Bosses Harness Big Data to Predict Which Workers Might Get Sick1 Commentsreaderseven+14
2013 Nov 21 Bosses May Use Social Media to Discriminate Against Job Seekers1 Commentstrilbey+6
2017 Jan 18 Bosses in UK firms are spying on their employees using 'Big Brother-style' trackers0 CommentsmWo12+2
2016 Jan 15 Bosses' right to snoop on staff emails is an invasion of privacy and ignores the way we work8 Commentsstormforce7916+21
2013 May 31 Boston Bombing Investigation Exposed Successes, Failures of Surveillance Tech | Threat Level0 Commentsantdude+11
2013 May 10 Boston Bombing Investigation Reveals Government Surveillance of Phone Calls0 Commentscojoco+37
2014 Aug 18 Boston Calling attendees were guinea pigs in IBM surveillance pilot. It watched and listened to its citizens, tracks faces & clothing, ties together tweets & 100s of cameras in a system city finds no “practical value” in.2 Commentstrai_dep+8
2015 Apr 17 Boston Marathon Surveillance Raises Privacy Concerns Long After Bombing1 Commentssadatay+10
2017 Jan 14 Boston Police Cancels Plan To Buy $1.4 Million Social Media Surveillance System13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+266
2016 Dec 06 Boston Police Social Media Monitoring Plan Endangers Us All11 CommentsevanFFTF+186
2014 Aug 18 Boston Police Used Facial Recognition Software To Grab Photos Of Every Person Attending Local Music Festivals68 Commentsdavidreiss666+366
2016 Jul 27 Boston Police have used their cellphone trackers 22 times. They've never once gotten a warrant.2 Commentsjooooohn+58
2013 Dec 14 Boston Police indefinitely suspends license plate reader program5 CommentsAdelleChattre+97
2014 Aug 08 Boston Trolling (part 1) : You Partied At Boston Calling And There's Facial Recognition Data To Prove It2 Commentskuniholm+6
2015 Dec 02 Boston police confirm deployment of cell phone trackers3 Commentsjms1225+64
2016 Mar 01 Boston police promise to release information on cellphone trackers0 Commentsjms1225+9
2017 Jan 06 Boston police should be blocked from buying new surveillance tools0 CommentsevanFFTF+0
2016 Dec 04 Boston police's plan to monitor social media, internet for potential threats is drawing criticism4 Commentsreaderseven+9
2013 Nov 21 Boston vs. DHS: "From 2008 to 2010, Boston and eight surrounding cities and towns installed surveillance cameras provided by a grant through the DHS Urban Areas Security Initiative...."0 CommentsShahid-Buttar+3
2015 Sep 10 Boston's License Plate Reader Database Was Online for Anyone to See0 Commentsdabshitty+8
2012 Feb 08 Both Path and Pinterest Just Made Big Boo-Boos, But One is Much Worse than the Other0 Commentspvspencer22+2
2016 Jun 14 Both Trump And Clinton Suggest Expanding Mass Surveillance, Bogus Watch Lists After Attack In Orlando102 Commentsspeckz+701
2015 Jul 27 Both former Homeland Security boss Michael Chertoff and former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden have said that they actually disagree with current FBI director Jim Comey about his continued demands to backdoor encryption1 Commentsjohnmountain+50
2015 Feb 25 Both gratis and libre email provider?11 Commentsregexpressyourself+11
2016 Aug 10 Botnet Bill Could Give FBI Permission To Take Warrantless Peeks At The Contents Of People's Computers0 Commentsspeckz+8
2016 Nov 09 Bought a car recently? Millions of customers' details found online0 Commentsondondil+24
2013 Jun 08 Boundless Informant: NSA explainer – full document text (The Guardian)1 Commentsbincat+13
2016 Mar 04 Box, Google, Facebook, Microsoft come out in support of Apple in amicus brief0 Comments-Humbu-+5
2015 Nov 10 Boy arrested in TalkTalk probe sues three papers for breach of privacy1 CommentsVirtualbasis+4
2012 Oct 18 Boy kicked out of school because he has gene for cystic fibrosis37 Commentstheanswermancan+113
2015 Mar 15 Boycott Hertz and Hotwire and others who support Hertz4 Commentsd-X-X-b+94
2013 Jun 22 Boycott those who are in bed with NSA's PRISM!15 Commentsk3ksninja+99
2015 Apr 13 Brace Yourselves: Congressional “Cybersecurity Week” Is Coming0 Commentssamueledwardsknight+5
2014 Jul 30 Brad Smith: We're Fighting the Feds Over Your Email - WSJ0 Commentsspeckz+1
2013 Aug 23 Bradley Manning's Post-Sentencing Statement0 CommentsAhmatt+9
2015 May 27 Brain Implant That Decodes Intention Will Let Us Probe Free Will1 Commentstrot-trot+0
2014 Jan 13 Braintricks for OPSEC0 Commentsre_begin+2
2013 May 10 Brand new pro-cellphone unlocking bill set forward, petition your representative here0 Commentsjackham8+7
2014 Oct 11 Brands Are Scanning Your Selfies And Party Photos To Look For Their Logos5 CommentsJDGumby+94
2016 May 24 Brands Want To Predict Your Behavior By Mining Your Face From YouTube, Vine Videos0 Commentstrai_dep+3
2016 Jan 13 Brase warns of Dr. Big Brother - "It's one thing for a patient to share something with a doctor, Brase observes, but to have a federal program that explores the social and private lives of individuals outside the system is another issue entirely."0 CommentsGaming4JC+6
2016 Sep 01Software Brave 0.11.6 released -- bitcoin wallet and publisher payments in beta (X-Post from r/bravebrowser)5 CommentsCloakedCrusader+7
2016 Dec 12 Brave Browser Thoughts10 Commentsbmancreations+5
2016 Mar 10 Brave Browser may not be very private after all: what you need to know about Ad Replacement4 Commentstkoham+12
2016 Apr 07 Brave browser faces huge blowback from publishing industry4 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+14
2017 Jan 14 Brave browser privacy issues (android and maybe on desktop)4 Commentstechdroid99+6
2016 Dec 13 Brave browser vs. Mozilla firefox9 CommentsasdfLosLeones+0
2014 Apr 23 Brazil Passes Bill on Internet Privacy0 CommentsNewThoughtsForANewMe+19
2013 Jul 13 Brazil To Monitor Social Media To Counter Recent Riots -- Intelligence officials have been tasked to monitor protesters' every move "through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and WhatsApp" in order to "anticipate itineraries and size of riots" among other intel (Google translated from Portuguese)1 Commentsmepper+3
2015 Apr 02 Brazil builds undersea internet cable to protect online privacy1 CommentsLibertatea+86
2013 Sep 26 Brazil looking to build country cloud in light of NSA snooping0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2013 Nov 07 Brazil makes it official: Gov email must be open source, on-premises1 Commentssnowdenhero+42
2013 Nov 07 Brazil orders Google to hand over Street View data1 Commentssnowdenhero+14
2014 Apr 29 Brazil passes an Internet 'Bill of Rights'7 Commentssalvia_d+131
2014 Apr 24 Brazil passes an internet bill of rights enshrining net neutrality and privacy2 Commentsmolly-grant+163
2014 Mar 31 Brazil's Internet Law: The Net Closes - Brazil's new "Internet bill of rights" enshrines the principle of "net neutrality", and ensures that 100m Brazilian internet users enjoy online privacy and freedom of expression0 Commentsgen_claire+30
2014 Feb 24 Brazil, Europe plan undersea cable to skirt U.S. spying0 CommentsNotEltonJohn+9
2014 Oct 30 Brazil-to-Portugal Cable Shapes Up as Anti-NSA Case Study0 CommentsAgentDoggett+34
2016 Apr 27 Brazilian Cybercrime Bills Threaten Open Internet for 200 Million People0 CommentsblackVPN+4
2016 Jul 20 Brazilian Supreme Court Upholds WhatsApp Users' Right to Encrypted Chat0 CommentsmWo12+7
2015 Feb 26 Brazilian justice ordered telcos to ban Whatsapp for "not collaborating with police investigations" (Google-translated from Portuguese)0 Commentss1egfried+2
2013 Aug 22 Brazilians tear strip off NSA in wake of Snowden, mull anti-US-spook law • The Register0 Commentsharry_nash+28
2013 Apr 17Activism Brazil’s groundbreaking Internet Civil Rights Bill needs support!0 CommentsJillSmith+33
2016 Sep 07 Brazzers Hacked - Close to a Million Users Affected1 Commentsintensif1+25
2015 Apr 29 Breach of background-checks database may lead to blackmail; hackers infiltrated servers used by US Investigations Services(USIS), a federal contractor which conducts background checks for DHS4 CommentsAlBagDaddy+12
2016 Nov 29 Breach of privacy?0 Comments_Baldric_+2
2013 Apr 01 Break Out a Hammer: You'll Never Believe the Data 'Wiped' Smartphones Store | Gadget Lab11 CommentsTuneRaider+25
2013 Sep 17 Break the Internet Censor1 Commentsicensorbroken+0
2016 Jun 11 Breaking BitLocker Encryption: Brute Forcing the Backdoor (Part I)