Privacy Rights - /contrib/privacy_rights

Sorted by: Last Added Time | Last Commented
Hundreds of millions impacted by new Yahoo, AOL, privacy policies that collect emails, texts, photos...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/tech/, /contrib/privacy_rights
Oath, a media division of Verizon that runs AOL and Yahoo, has unified and updated its privacy terms, a move that impacts hundreds of millions...
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-04-15 20:48 UTC
BREAKING: O'Keefe Drops 3rd Twitter Undercover Video Reveals Employees Paid to View 'Dick Picks' and 'Private Sex Messages' of Users...
Project Veritas set Twitter ablaze last week with back to back bombshell undercover videos exposing the social media giant for their 'big brother' practices and censorship of Trump supporters. New undercover footage reveals Twitter pays hundreds o
By Anonymous Submission on 2018-01-15 17:26 UTC
New York State Appellate Court Says Cell Site Location Records Have No Expectation Of Privacy...
The Supreme Court will deliver its ruling on the issue of cell site location info later this year, possibly changing the contours of the Third Party Doctrine for the first time since its erection out of thin air more than four decades ago. Until then, a p
By aphrodite on 2018-01-06 04:41 UTC
Your Web History Can Be Traced Even After Anonymity, According To Researchers...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/tech/, /contrib/privacy_rights
Short Bytes:A team of German researchers shared that anindividual’s secret web history and habit can be traced. Surprisingly, even after it goes under anonymity, it can be revealed. Security experts Svea Eckert and Andreas Dewes did their research w
By viper1 on 2017-08-03 16:31 UTC
Microsoft reveals what data Windows 10 collects from you...
Microsoft has been under fire for its privacy practices since Windows 10 launched in July 2015, so the company finally caved to the pressure to be more transparent and revealed the type of diagnostic data it collects.According to Microsoft, One of our mos
By kynast on 2017-04-05 19:26 UTC
Court issues warrant for data on anyone who Googled fraud victims name...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/tech/, /contrib/privacy_rights
It turns out that just Googling a person's name is enough to be caught up in a criminal investigation, as a Minnesota judge has issued a warrant for anyone who searched for a specific name. The post Court issues warrant for data on anyone who ‘Googl
By viper1 on 2017-03-20 15:33 UTC

Page 3 of 3

  • Need an account?  
    or