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'AT&T is Spying' report gets social media up in arms

Social media is wringing its hands over another potential spying scandal hitting AT&T.<p>This comes almost a decade after the carrier first faced lawsuits over a National Security Agency spy program -- and amid a general atmosphere today of privacy worries that wasn't helped by this month's …

Snapchat Is Putting Your Human Rights at Risk, According to Amnesty International

The organization has warned that barely any of your favorite apps offer the privacy protection they should.<p>It goes without saying that what happens on Snapchat, stays on Snapchat. Messaging apps are a hotbed of gossip, shade throwing, crush confessing, and meme sharing—your drunk, emoji-heavy …

The blockchain cyber security revolution

 EPA/VALERIE KUYPERS<p>Click for full view<p>A customer uses a bitcoin ATM in a restaurant in The Hague, The Netherlands.<p>Author<p>By James Wilson Director of …

Use WhatsApp? Security experts have warned against doing THIS

Amnesty International this week named WhatsApp and Facebook as the most secure chat platforms available.<p>But the decision has been met with scepticism …

'Big data' could mean big problems for people's healthcare privacy

The future of the U.S. healthcare system will be influenced to a large extent by a company that makes weapons of war.<p>Defense giant Northrop Grumman has signed a nearly $92-million contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to build the second phase of a computer system that's …

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ACLU finds social media sites gave data to company tracking black protesters

ACLU revealed Tuesday that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram gave ‘special access’ to Geofeedia, a controversial social media monitoring company<p>Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have previously provided users’ data to a software company that aids police surveillance programs and targets protesters of …