US government is purchasing smart data to spy on its citizens

US government is purchasing smart data to spy on its citizens

This happens due to lax privacy laws in the country, as is stated: “approach a third-party firm that sells databases of information on citizens, pay them for it and then use the data however deemed fit.”.

Facebook Says It’s Your Fault That Hackers Got Half a Billion User Phone Numbers

Facebook Says It’s Your Fault That Hackers Got Half a Billion User Phone Numbers

A blog post titled “The Facts on News Reports About Facebook Data,” published Tuesday evening, is designed to silence the growing criticism the company is facing for failing to protect the phone numbers and other personal information of 533 million users after a database containing that information was shared for free in low level hacking forums over the weekend, as first reported by Business Insider.

Privacy Talks | Interview with Hanna from Tutanota

Privacy Talks | Interview with Hanna from Tutanota

[4:40] – Some people use Tutanota as an example of a more private version of Gmail.I see that Tutanota also has a calendar now.[6:05] – What is something you, or Tutanota, are looking forward to?.Learn more about Tutanota at

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