Your right to have private conversations online is facing a huge threat — from our own governments. Five powerful countries — Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States — have just recently agreed to combine their efforts to break the encryption that keeps our daily lives safe and private1. It’s a [...]
The New York Times gives us a perspective of what Google really really wants. Look over their article for an eye opening, informative view of the Internet Giant.
75% of the intellectual property owned by all organizations is stored in email as text or attachments? Organizations, Governments, and Individuals can access your Communications if not protected: Service Providers Every “free” email service is using your corporate data for their own purposes. Nothing is "FREE". Your information is used and sold by all the "free" [...]
Nearly everyone with a computer uses email, putting a lot of trust in the technology to keep information as secure as possible. Email security and the privacy of the messages is important to people since the threat of hackers, viruses, and phishing schemes is growing. Many people have been scammed out of a lot of [...]
As if the Five Eyes countries weren’t enough, now the Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, during the G20 meeting in Germany, will try to push what they did at the Five Eyes meeting: seek support into forcing technology companies to break into encrypted communication between potential terrorists. He is going to demand much greater cooperation from [...]
Google to preserve user’s privacy? Even though analysts may say “Privacy is dead”, people are getting more and more aware and concerned about companies violating it. Google as getting more and more “artificially intelligent” about this, though their services and users behavior, they probably already know this and are taking one step towards improving users [...]
The U.S. Senate voted to repeal regulations requiring internet service providers to do more to protect customers' privacy The rules were approved by the FCC in October. Internet providers would need to obtain consumer consent before using precise geolocation, financial information, health information, children's information and web browsing history for advertising and internal marketing. [...]