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Berty - A p2p messaging app that it secure, anonymous and works offline. +
VoteID - Peer-to-peer Anonymous Voting App that even works offline, built on top of berty protocol. +
Microsoft now let users to control their voice clips data +
We can do better than Signal +
How Signal Became the Most Popular App in the World Overnight, and Why It Matters +
Privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo grew by 62% in 2020 +
Clearview's Dangerous Misreading of the First Amendment Could Spell the End of Privacy Laws +
Government defeated over child spy law +
How To Exit The Matrix - Protect yourself and your rights, online and off +
Selfies, social media posts making it easier for FBI to track down Capitol riot suspects +
Inside Twitter’s Decision to Cut Off Trump +
WTF Cambridge Analytica Michal Kosinski at it again +
Windows 10 privacy software Privatezilla update brings analysis mode +
Aus 2013 ist das: Wir brauchen einen Aufstand gegen die Lehnsherren. Sofort. +
High performance computing +
UK accidentally wipes over 150 thousand arrest records during maintenance +
Privacy On Social Media - It's Time to Stop Overthinking +
Capitol attack: FBI mum on facial recognition, Clearview AI searches spike +
EU comission positions itself against ban on secure encryption (german article) +
Bruce Schneier - Cell Phone Location Privacy +
If you're one of the 40 million new Signal users and want to contribute to the cause, you can donate HERE! +
Setting up Fail2Ban for cloud server security +
Signal is down! +
Parler Data Breach Leads to Hackers Plundering 99% of User Data +
GDPR tool for video -> Found a tool that can blur faces in video exports... Lifesaver when the police requires data from my CCTV. +
France banned from using drones for virus +
How Law Enforcement Gets Around Your Smartphone's Encryption +
Facial recognition use surges after Capitol riot | StateScoop +
TikTok Harvested MAC Addresses By Exploiting Android Loophole +
WhatsApp faces first legal challenge in India over privacy +
Unexpected: Ring adds end to end encryption (not by default) +
Why Europe’s China deal will poison transatlantic relations +
As Greece touts EU vaccine passports, privacy champions warn of risks +
Millions Flock to Telegram and Signal as Fears Grow Over Big Tech +
Germany's foreign intelligence agency (BND) screens hundreds of millions of emails annually. But the NGO Reporters without Borders has taken its complaints on that practice to the European Court of Human Rights. +
Court says all EU states can take data cases against Facebook +
Google Chrome browser privacy plan investigated in UK +
Ask HN: How do we know Signal or Telegram don't store our data on their servers? | Hacker News +
Overthinking Data Privacy on Social Media +
Email security firm Mimecast says hackers hijacked its products to spy on customers +
In India, a new system will be put in place, under which any woman moving out of her house for her work will register herself at the local police station, and she will be tracked for her safety. +
Since no one is talking about this, I decided to post this +
Idaho ISP Company to block Social Media for censorship +
Face Surveillance and the Capitol Attack +
GAB – another extreme in extreme society +
Every Deleted Parler Post, Many With Users' Location Data, Has Been Archived +
An Absurdly Basic Bug Let Anyone Grab All of Parler's Data +
Russia may fine citizens who use SpaceX’s Starlink Internet service +
EU Temporarily Permits Data Transfers To The UK Pending A Decision On Adequacy +
Salaat First: Another Popular Muslim Prayer App Sells Location Data to FBI, ICE +
Digital privacy law is being updated for the first time in decades, and it's imperative we get it right +
Broken promises: How Singapore lost trust on contact tracing privacy +
The best way to protect free speech on social media is to promote competition +
Ubiquiti tells customers to change passwords after security breach +
The Capitol Attack Doesn’t Justify Expanding Surveillance +
Networking giant Ubiquiti alerts customers of potential data breach +
Millions of Social Profiles Leaked by Chinese Data-Scrapers +
WhatsApp users are really Facebook customers now – it's getting harder to forget that. The app is updating its privacy policy. It’s part of an integration that’s moving in only one direction. +
The scramble to archive Capitol insurrection footage before it disappears +
Apple publishes two new spots dedicated to privacy +
Thou shalt not hack indiscriminately, High Court of England tells Britain's spy agencies +
Private Nextcloud instances available to European Deutsche Telekom business customers +
Skype say: we respects your privacy. We are committed to keeping your personal data private +
Science - Tech and Science Tips, Reviews, News And More. +
Cheating, Policing, and School Surveillance +
Secure Messaging Apps Comparison +
70TB of Parler users’ data leaked by security researchers | CyberNews +
United Nations data breach exposed over 100k UNEP staff records +
1 million highly sensitive NSFW pictures leaked by Korean teen dating app +
The Crypto-Keepers | Yasha Levine +
In order to build a world that we want to live in, we need to react well to people that attack us. “The Evolution of Trust” interactive presentation is very relevant to this community, especially this week. +
9 Decentralized, P2P, and Open Source Alternatives to Mainstream Social Media Platforms. +
No, you shouldn't use Brave. +
A privacy centered way to share and collaborate on links +
Use of Clearview AI facial recognition tech spiked as law enforcement seeks to identify Capitol mob +
9 Decentralized, Open Source Alternative Social Media Platforms +
He Created the Web. Now He’s Out to Remake the Digital World. Tim Berners-Lee wants to put people in control of their personal data. +
New Zealand central bank says its data system was breached +
Glofox - 2,330,735 breached accounts +
New EFF donor reward has to be the coolest merch I've seen. A great way to support their work protecting your privacy and rights +
WhatsApp Has Shared Your Data With Facebook for Years, Actually +
High Court rules against bulk hacking by police and intelligence agencies +
Developers are looking for all possible ways to get around Apple's anti-tracking method (Italian, translation in comments) +
House: Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Google have “monopoly power,” should be split +
Mozilla Firefox makes a statement endorsing deplatforming and calling for additional steps. +
ACLU, EFF, and Tarver Law Offices Urge Supreme Court to Protect Against Forced Disclosure of Phone Passwords to Law Enforcement +
Police Robots Are Not a Selfie Opportunity, They’re a Privacy Disaster Waiting to Happen +
Victory at the High Court against the government's use of 'general warrants' +
Victory at the High Court against the government's use of 'general warrants' +
Telegram feature exposes your precise address to hackers +
The Spy in Your Phone | The story of how spyware Pegasus works +
The Future of Cryptographic Security in the Quantum Age +
Want to support the developers of privacy focused chat app, Signal? You can set your Amazon Smile account to their non-profit +
MSM Already Using Capitol Hill Riot To Call For More Internet Censorship +
This Simple Tool Will Help You See What Websites Know About You +
What happens when a Chrome extension with 2m+ users changes hands, raises red flags, doesn't document updates? Let's find out +
Japanese company’s facial recognition can now detect faces even with masks. +
The Spy in Your Phone | Privacy News +
Intel Aiming to Bring Face ID-Like Authentication to ATMs, Gates, Door Locks, and More With ‘RealSense ID’ +
Cyber criminals are taking aim at online gaming for their next big pay day | ZDNet +
Yotter allows you to follow and gather all the content from your favorite Twitter and YouTube accounts in a beautiful feed so you can stay up to date without compromising your privacy at all. Yotter is written with Python and Flask and uses Semantic-UI as its CSS framework. +
Amazon and Swiggy has reported a data leak of over 100 million debit and credit cardholders +
Vodafone's ho. Mobile admits data breach, 2.5m users impacted +
App privacy labels show stark contrasts among messaging apps - 9to5Mac +
ExamSoft’s proctoring software has a face-detection problem +
Airport Screening While Wearing Masks? Facial Recognition Tech Shows up to 96% Accuracy in Recent Test +
I imagine this is the worst nightmare of everyone here +
Report speculates that Google hasn’t updated its iOS apps in weeks to avoid providing privacy details +
Standard Notes Completes Penetration Test and Cryptography Audit +
Loeffler’s Husband Entangled in Secret Gov’t Surveillance Operation +
We made a website on how to obtain and delete your data from various online services! +
We made a website with info on how to get or delete your data from online services +
Where next for ethical data and data privacy? +
Ransomware Gang Collects Data from Blood Testing Lab +
Should we recognize privacy as a human right? +
Singapore changes the rules, will now allow use of COVID-19 contact-tracing app data in criminal cases +
Privacy, schmivacy: 2 in 3 Americans don’t care if their smart devices are recording them +
Police Forces start using your Covid-19 contact tracing data for investigations +
T-Mobile data breach: ‘Malicious, unauthorized’ hack exposes customer call information +
British judge says Julian Assange will not be extradited to the US +
This Company Built a Private Surveillance Network. We Tracked Someone With It +
Welcome to the splinternet – where freedom of expression is suppressed and repressed, and Big Brother is watching +
Assange Decision: British Judge Rejects US Extradition Request +
Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, British judge rules +
In 2020, COVID-19 derailed the privacy debate in the U.S. +
Singapore announces that contract tracing data may be used for criminal investigations +
I made a tool to encode any text into a cartridge-like image using steganography +
Visa has a tool to opt-out of the sale of transaction data for marketing purposes. +
Los Angeles to offer vaccine record on iPhones +
Privacy tip: pick your nym by mashing Wikipedia’s random page button til you find something plausible to send wannabe analysts down rabbit holes. (Apologies to the Irish, my posts come from... abroad) +
Banning Government Use of Face Recognition Technology: 2020 Year in Review +
Update: I did a full write up on how Bing refused to remove my private address from their search +
Amazon’s 2020 Was a Banner Year for Profits—and for Criticism – The Markup +
Google’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Yet Still Extremely Profitable 2020 – The Markup +
A collaborative list of website analytics that don't use cookie and focus on privacy +
A Cheerleader’s Vulgar Message Prompts a First Amendment Showdown: A Pennsylvania school district has asked the Supreme Court to rule on whether students may be disciplined for what they say on social media. +
Social-Analyzer: API and Web App for analyzing & finding a person's profile across 300+ social media websites +
Map of CCTV camera density in every country and biggest cities in the world +
86% of websites using Google Analytics are not anonymizing their users’ full IP addresses +
Why everybody has something to hide +
Los Angeles Vaccine Recipients Can Put the Proof in Apple Wallet. [Iam by no means anti vax, but how do yall feel about this?] +
Darknet Giant White House Market Drops Bitcoin, Supports Monero Payments Only +
What Does a Good Privacy Policy Look Like? +
Exfiltrating Remaining Private Information from Donated Devices +
Our Year in Review: How we’ve kept Firefox working for you in 2020 +
How to Leave Facebook +
A shady Israeli intel genius, his cyber-spy van and million-dollar deal +
She didn’t know her kidnapper. But he was using Google Maps — and that cracked the case. +
The search for a simple Android text editor that does not require excessive permissions +
SolarWinds hackers accessed Microsoft source code +
Cryptomator for Android is now fully open-source +
TikTok faces legal action from 12-year-old girl in England +
Data breach broker selling user records stolen from 26 companies +
T-Mobile rounds out this awful year with another data breach +
GrapheneOS defeats CopperheadOS unscrupulous attempt to redirect GrapheneOS traffic to its site. +
NSO Group used real people’s location data to pitch its contact-tracing tech, researchers say +
Suspected Russian hackers used Microsoft vendors to breach customers +
Memo reveals UK plot over French 'Soviet spy' +
T-Mobile data breach exposed phone numbers, call records +
Google, Facebook reportedly agreed to work together to fight antitrust probes +
In 2023, you won’t be able to fly most drones in the US without broadcasting your location +
Apple Hearing Study unintentionally collected historical data from users +
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Charity GetSchooled Breaches 900k Children’s Details +
Famous Privacy Litigation series: United States vs. Google (Buzz Safari) +
Brexit deal mentions Netscape browser and Mozilla Mail +
CIA vs. Wikileaks - Intimidation surveillance and other tactics observed and experienced +
The real cost of smart speakers +
How your digital trails wind up in the hands of the police +
Police Turn to Car Data to Destroy Suspects Alibis +
Chinese Fans Abuse COVID App to See What Celebrities Look Like Without Makeup +
Tracking who gets vaccinated is vital for public health, but it's raising privacy concerns [United States of America] +
Meet Hyper, The World's First Completely Private, Decentralized Instant Messenger +
He spent 10 days in jail after facial recognition software led to the arrest of the wrong man, lawsuit says +
EFF Answers Questions About California's COVID-19 Exposure Notification App +
How Zoom violated its own terms of service for access to China's market +
Controversial ‘spy tech’ firm Palantir lands £23m NHS data deal +
Why I don't believe in encrypted mail providers anymore +
Elastos Community Launches Hyper Messenger, An Encrypted, Blockchain DID-based Competitor to WhatsApp and Signal +
Browser history is now accessible to Google if you use Google Chrome to sync your browser history +
Open source does not equal secure +
Facebook Managers Trash Their Own Ad Targeting in Unsealed Remarks +
New Cybercrime Protocol: More overreach, still no data protection safeguards +
NetGalley discloses data breach after website was hacked +
The EU’s attempt to regulate Big Tech: What it brings and what is missing +
Italian data regulator opens formal procedure against TikTok +
Menstruation apps store excessive information, privacy charity says +
BMW Will Publicly Shame Out-of-Warranty Drivers with Smart Billboards and License Plate Readers +
The privacy wins worth celebrating in an otherwise dreary 2020 +
Reps. Gabbard and Massie Bill to Repeal Government Surveillance Laws Which Threaten Civil Liberties +
Apple’s anti-tracking plans for iPhone +
Dozens sue Amazon's Ring after camera hack leads to threats and racial slurs. Class action claims weak security allowed hackers to take over the smart cameras used on doorbells and in homes . +
Online trolls on notice as government pushes for 'world first' adult cyber abuse laws +
Why Is This Woman's Left Ass Cheek Following Me Around the Internet? +
Powerful Mobile Phone Surveillance Tool Operates in Obscurity Across the Country +
A roadmap to reclaiming my attention, my relationships, my intimacy and my privacy +
Nintendo Conducted Invasive Surveillance Operation Against Homebrew Hacker * TorrentFreak +
DHS warns of data theft risk when using Chinese products +
No, Cellebrite cannot 'break Signal encryption.' +
Bruce Schneier: The US has suffered a massive cyberbreach. It's hard to overstate how bad it is +
Some UK Stores Are Using Facial Recognition To Track Shoppers - Branches Of The British Grocer Southern Co-Op Are Using Surveillance Technology To Look For Potential Shoplifters. +
Authorities Seized Popular Bulletproof Hosting Service: Safe-Inet +
Facebook Declared War on Apple, and It Just May Signal the End of Facebook +
Google told its scientists to 'strike a positive tone' in AI research - documents +
Telegram forgets about his “No ads.” motto and will add “non intrusive ads” in the future. +
Reuters: Google Warned Scientists About Disclosing AI Research on Race, Gender, Facial Analysis +
What Does Privacy Really Mean Under Surveillance Capitalism? +
EXIF Cleaner — Free app to remove metadata from images and videos with drag and drop +
*Privacy Not Included: A Buyer’s Guide for Connected Products +
Can police hack your telegram? +
The FBI is Secretly Breaking Into Encrypted Devices. We’re Suing. +
ACLU Sues FBI for 'Secretly Breaking Into Encrypted Devices' +
New York suspends facial recognition use in schools +
DHS Looking Into Cyber Risk from TCL Smart TVs +
“China is building an even more comprehensive system of surveillance than Orwell imagined in 1984. It ruthlessly deploys repressive methods, including mass internment, re-education, and population control, against the Uyghurs, and it is determined to end the semi-autonomy of Hong Kong.” +
NY Enacts Law Suspending Use, Directing Study of Facial Recognition in Schools +
Indian gov launched cheapest cloud storage. But here is the catch. Go through their TOS and privacy policies page. +
Signal: Firm claims to have cracked chat app's encryption +
EFF to Ninth Circuit: Don’t Grant Immunity to Notorious Spyware Company +
The Massive SolarWinds Hack Won't Stop the Feds from Wanting All Your Data +
Facebook ‘Secretly’ Tracks Your iPhone Location—This Is How To Stop It +
AL Republicans Seek License Plate Scanners For Police +
A timeline of Facebooks worst privacy violations +
The Psychology of Misinformation on Facebook During The 2020 U.S. Elections +
Microsoft, Google, Cisco, Dell join legal battle against hacking company NSO +
India's personal data privacy law triggers surveillance fears +
There are No Acceptable Ads +
Should We Use Search History for Credit Scores? IMF Says Yes +
2,000 Parents Demand Major Academic Publisher Drop Proctorio Surveillance Tech +
Amazon shares your private info unless you do these steps +
Dozens of Al Jazeera journalists' iPhones were hacked using spyware from Israeli security company NSO Group, report claims. +
Some UK Stores Are Using Facial Recognition to Track Shoppers +
iPhones of 36 Journalists Hacked Using iMessage Zero-Click Exploit +
Threema is now Open Source! +
In Celebration of Becoming Open Source, Threema Is 50% Off +
Nigeria Orders Mobile Users to Link Phones to ID Numbers +
Firefox will improve privacy with network partitioning feature +
The Quantum Ad-List +
Journalists Hacked with Suspected NSO Group iMessage ‘Zero-Click’ Exploit +
EFF sides with Apple, slams Facebook’s criticism of iOS 14 privacy features as ‘laughable’ +
Do you guys have any idea how a government can do this without the support of social media companies?: Sri Lanka to register Facebook & Social Media users +
Mozilla, Google, Apple and Microsoft band together to protect their Kazakhstan users from Kazakhstan's government attempt to decrypt HTTPS traffic +
Distractify- the amount of cookies used for their partners is ridiculously long, plus there isn’t a reject all button. Didn’t know if it fell under privacy but I thought you guys might like to know. +
18 Open source Virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) & Mixed Reality (MR) Frameworks & Projects +
Firefox to ship 'network partitioning' as a new anti-tracking defense +
Apple’s guide on Device and Data Access when Personal Safety is At Risk +
Europol and the European Commission inaugurate new decryption platform to tackle the challenge of encrypted material for law enforcement investigations +
Zoom employee secretly censored users on behalf of China, alleges DOJ +
Facebook’s Laughable Campaign Against Apple Is Really Against Users and Small Businesses +
Facebook now warning users about impacts on ads due to new iOS 14 privacy features +
A Facebook bug exposed Instagram users’ personal email addresses and birthdays +
Capella Space's new satellite is eerily observant +
Google, Apple, and others show large language models trained on public data expose personal information +
Your Credit Score Should Be Based on Your Web History, IMF Says +
Top 10 Most Popular Programming Languages - Statistics and Data +
Facebook Criticising Apple’s iOS 14 Privacy Changes is a Hypocrisy +
Rand Paul: Privacy for Me, But Not for Thee +
Hackers targeted US nuclear weapons agency in massive cybersecurity breach, reports say +
Telegram Android OS App Security Issue When Using App Porting Features on Different Mobile Devices +
Facebook runs full-page newspaper ads against Apple’s privacy changes, creates a webpage where small business owners share their concerns +
Facebook Is Developing A Tool To Summarize News Articles +
I Was the Homeland Security Adviser to Trump. We’re Being Hacked. +
Amazon Sharing Your Internet Connection with Neighbors-And How to Stop It +
Github removing all non-essential cookies from their site. +
EU: Google Can Acquire Fitbit, But Users' Health Data Can't Be Used for Ads +
Statement: civil society challenges EU plans to expand biometric mass surveillance +
Do You Know Your Microsoft Productivity Score? +
A New Satellite Can Peer Inside Buildings, Day or Night +
EU unveils landmark law curbing power of tech giants [DSA & DMA] +
Tech Titan Alibaba plays role in China’s tracking of Muslims +
Facebook Runs Second Full-Page Ad Criticizing Apple, Says Opt-In Tracking Will Make the Internet Worse +
Alibaba facial recognition tech specifically picks out Uighur minority +
Hacker Reveals Trump's Twitter Password And It's A Very Easy, Obvious One +
TikTok has been quietly sending job applicants' personal data to China +
Israeli spy firm suspected of accessing global telecoms via Channel Islands +
Privacy - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy +
Facebook will move UK users to US terms, avoiding EU privacy laws | Technology +
Facebook will move UK users to US terms, avoiding EU privacy laws | Technology +
Facebook slams Apple's new privacy measures in full-page newspaper ads +
Exclusive-Facebook to move UK users to California terms, avoiding EU privacy rules +
House Resurrects Email Privacy Act to Limit Email Searches +
Facebook to move UK users to California terms, Avoiding EU privacy rules +
Facebook Is a Doomsday Machine +
Privacy Commissioner Launches Investigation of RCMP Internet Unit | The Tyee +
Facebook faces ‘devastating consequence’ if decision on data transfers stand, court told +
Facial recognition's fate could be decided in 2021 +
Twitter Fined $547K In Ireland +
Uber fined $59 million by California regulators for repeatedly refusing to turn over data about sexual assaults +
An Internet Blackout is not just an inconvenience. It can be an attack on our human rights, denying us our platform for freedom of speech, press & information. Use the BlackoutToolkit.crypto, hosted on Unstoppable Domains & IPFS, to stay plugged in during digital darkness. +
Signal Adds Encrypted Group Video Calls +
45 Million Medical Images and Records Freely Accessible Online +
Revealed: China suspected of spying on Americans via Caribbean phone networks +
Skoda is testing the display of personalized ads in cars +
Adding Encrypted Group Calls to Signal +
Encryption: European Council adopts resolution on security through encryption and security despite encryption +
Mozilla Urges Users to Support Apple's Planned Anti-Tracking Changes: 'A Huge Win for Consumers' +
FTC Issues Orders to Nine Social Media and Video Streaming Services Seeking Data About How They Collect, Use, and Present Information +
Critical Business Data: How to Keep It Safe +
Suspected Russian hackers spied on US federal agencies with SolarWind attack. FBI to investigate after US Treasury and Department of Commerce believed to have been targeted. +
Apple Transparency Tool Will Tell You How Much Data App Developers Are Collecting +
Apple's App 'Privacy Labels' Are Here—and a Big Step Forward +
ICO warns public to be vigilant against pensions cold callers +
The pandemic has taken surveillance of workers to the next level | Opinion +
Microsoft Teams knows too much about students: a digital rights activist's complaint (Italian, translation in comments) +
I emailed Internxt about many important concerns and here are the details... +
The End of Third-Party Tracking: Inspiring Transparency? Occasional Tech +
Good-bye ESNI, hello ECH! +
‘Be a mensch’: Hackers leak negotiation texts as Israeli insurer refuses ransom +
Insurer's driving app a form of 'surveillance' - law professor +
Police spying on Israelis online via secret backdoor +
Vaccinated? Show Us Your App +
The Legislation We Need Right Now To Protect Our Online Privacy +
Signal can now be hacked by Israeli company that does business with government agencies +
Console #31 includes a CLI for easily managing secrets, that I thought /r/privacy might be interested in :). +
Europe looks to crack open data encryption on messaging services like WhatsApp +
'Antiquated process': data regulator on obtaining Cambridge Analytica warrant. UK information commissioner calls for international approach to emerging threat +
Court forces mail provider Tutanota to monitor function +
My Phone Was Spying on Me, so I Tracked Down the Surveillants +
Europe’s ePrivacy Rule Would Limit the Hunt for Online Child Sex Abuse +
Kazakhstan government is intercepting HTTPS traffic in its capital +
[Labour MP] Margaret Hodge calls for ban on social media anonymity | Online abuse +
EU pushes for 'right to disconnect' from work at home +
French watchdog [CNIL] fines Google [100 million euros], Amazon [35 million euros] for breaching cookies rules +
Sci-fi surveillance: Europe's secretive push into biometric technology +
Co-op is using facial recognition tech to scan and track shoppers +
Facebook earmarks €302M for privacy fines +
Political parties engaged in 'systemic abuse of personal data', complaint alleges | Science & Tech News +
HumHub - The flexible Open Source Social Network Kit for Collaboration +
Subway sandwich scam mystifies loyalty card users +
New York City Council votes to prohibit businesses from using facial recognition without public notice +
Awesome Alternatives - A list of alternative websites/software to popular proprietary services +
Political parties engaged in 'systemic abuse of personal data', complaint alleges +