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Google Chrome Begins ‘Syncing’ All Browser Data to Your Identity Without Asking

Breitbart, Released on 9/24/18 Your only warning is that your Google profile picture will appear in the upper-right hand corner of the brower window Continue……

‘Orwellian’ move: Facebook teams up with US government to police ‘fake news’ in foreign elections

RT, Released on 9/24/18 Wow, this is pretty Orwellian: Facebook chooses 2 US-government-funded organizations who specialize in overseas propaganda and sometimes regime change to fight “malicious Continue……

China’s ‘Digital Dictatorship’…And Ours

China’s ‘Digital Dictatorship’…And Ours

Ron Paul Liberty Report, Released on 9/24/18 China’s “social credit” system purports to rank citizens according to their behavior, trustworthiness, and adherence to the law. Political dissent results in a…

Apple monitors iPhone call and email habits to give customers ‘trust’ ratings

The Sun, Released on 9/20/18 APPLE has been quietly assigning trust ratings to iPhone users using your phone call and email habits. This has been going on since the last…

Government Can Spy On Journalists In The U.S. Using Invasive Foreign Intelligence Process

The Intercept, Released on 9/17/18 Cora Currier is an editor and reporter covering national security, immigration, human rights and other topics. She previously worked at ProPublica and Continue……

‘Five Eyes’ governments call on tech giants to build encryption backdoors — or else

Tech Crunch, Released on 9/3/18 “Should governments continue to encounter impediments to lawful access to information necessary to aid the protection of the citizens of our countries, we may pursue…

A Popular Mac App That Sent Users’ Browsing History To China Has Been Removed

Buzzfeed News, Released on 9/7/18 “The fact that application has been surreptitiously exfiltrating users’ browsing history, possibly for years, is, to put it mildly, rather f#@&’d up!” Continue……

Researchers find way to spy on remote screens—through the webcam mic

ars Technica, Released on 8/28/18 Sean is Ars Technica’s IT and National Security Editor. A former Navy officer, systems administrator, and network systems integrator with 20 years of IT journalism…

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