Tag Archives: privacy

STOP CISPA April 22nd

Apr 22, 2013
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April 22 has been proclaimed a massive day of protest against CISPA. Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or a.k.a. CISPA, is a prosed act to give freedom to the U.S. Federal Government to perform search and seizure without a warrant or knowledge. The people would never know their personal data was …

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Obama Signs Cybersecurity Executive Order

Feb 14, 2013
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President Obama invoked the pageantry of his State of the Union address this evening to announce a long-anticipated executive order on cybersecurity, a move that caps months of discussions with technology companies and could reduce pressure on Congress to move forward with controversial new legislation.   The order will “strengthen …

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Warning: US Income Tax E-mail Contains Malware

Feb 04, 2013
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There’s a new breed of tax fraud lurking and that’s stealing your personal info! Hackers will do just about anything to steal your personal data and this Trojan horse proves just how smart they can be.  E-mail account users were fooled into clicking on a personalized zip file containing an infected …

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Survey Says? Social Media Least Trusted in Privacy

Jan 30, 2013
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In the latest report on the “2012 Most Trusted Companies for Privacy” conducted by Ponemon Institute, social medias and the internet made the bottom of the list. Over 6,700 adults participated in the 15 week long survey and were asked to name five companies they believed to be the most trusted for protecting their personal identification data. …

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Microsoft Won’t Say Whether Skype Is Being Tapped By The Government

Jan 25, 2013
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Privacy advocates are calling on Microsoft to disclose whether — and how often — governments are snooping on Skype users, a move that comes as the software giant integrates the popular video and voice messaging program with its Office productivity suite. In an open letter released Thursday, groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation …

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Sony PlayStation Network Hacked and Pays a Hefty Fine

Jan 24, 2013
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Busted! The IOC, (Information Commissioner’s Office), in the U.K. has fined Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in the amount of 250,000 pounds (US$395,775), after a crippling hacking attack of Sony’s PlayStation Network in 2011. Million of  consumers personal data was leaked, including addresses, e-mail addresses, identities, dates of birth, and account passwords. Credit …

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