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Attempts to stay anonymous on the web will only put the NSA on your trail

The sobering story of Janet Vertesi's attempts to conceal her pregnancy from the forces of online marketers shows just how Kafkaesque the internet has become<p>When searching for an adjective to describe our comprehensively surveilled networked world – the one bookmarked by the NSA at one end and by …

Judge denies Gmail search warrant, notes “Technorati are … everywhere”

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>A federal judge in Silicon Valley took the unusual step last week of rejecting a routine email search request, and suggested …

Top tech titans get thumbs-up in EFF transparency report

The advocacy group says Apple, Facebook, Google, and others have done a lot to protect users' privacy.<p>One of the unanticipated outcomes of the NSA leaks by Edward Snowden is that tech companies are now being more open with their users.<p>In its annual "Who Has Your Back" transparency report, released …

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Google faces deluge of requests to wipe details from search index

Ex-politician seeking re-election and paedophile among those trying to exercise 'right to be forgotten' after landmark ruling<p>Hundreds of people including an ex-politician seeking re-election, a paedophile and a doctor have applied to have details about them wiped from Google's search index since a …

Comcast plans data limits for all customers

Comcast is considering imposing monthly usage limits for all of its Internet customers.<p>David Cohen, executive vice president of America's largest cable company, predicted at a conference Wednesday that in five years' time, the company will have "a usage-based billing model rolled out across its …

Here’s The FCC’s Language Asking For Comment On Banning “Pay-For-Priority Service”

After much sturm und drang, the Federal Communications Commission this morning voted to proceed on a set of controversial net neutrality rules. The proposed regulations now enter a four month comment period. Expect there to be shouting.<p>This morning the FCC voted to move forward with a set of …