Government surveillance

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Defining Rules For The Never Closing Eye

Technology is always ahead of the legal aspects. Engineers ask the question, "Can I?" Lawyers and other stakeholders ask, "What does this mean?" I wouldn't be surprised if this takes a similar path to end-to-end encryption for messaging. People want privacy. The governments say they want it too, but just as long as they have their own back door. As soon as one is created then the system fails because a hack into the system has been purposefully created. So true it'll be with facial recognition.
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Finding Waldo

Hey Google, where's Waldo? (via Verge) NSA’s voice-recognition system raises hard questions for Echo and Google Home /

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Tools of the Dark Trade

They can see you: (via Reuters) Symantec attributes 40 cyber attacks to CIA-linked hacking tools /

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Who was that masked man?

Catching up on some new stories:

Who was that masked man? (via PCW) Twitter sues the U.S. government for demanding it unmask critical 'alt' account /

More on the Twitter Lawsuit:

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Behind the VPN Curtain

Behind the curtain: (via ZDNet) How to use a VPN to protect your internet privacy /

See also:

Cashing in on the panic: (via ZDNet) For internet privacy, a VPN won't save you /



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