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#FCC #EFF #Internet #privacy

New FCC Chairman Begins Attacks on Internet Privacy

UPDATE: 3/2/17 Updated to include which types of consumer data were impacted by these changes. Your ISP knows a lot about who you are and what you do online. Their records just got a whole lot less secure. Newly minted Republican FCC Chairman Ajit Pai just granted the telecom industry its wish: he has blocked new requirements that Internet service providers (ISPs) like Comcast apply common sense security practices to protect your private data.
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#Web #Mozilla #FOSS #Internet - #Firefox 52 Borrows One More #Privacy Feature from the #Tor #Browser




Firefox 52 Borrows One More Privacy Feature from the Tor Browser

Mozilla engineers have added a mechanism to Firefox 52 that prevents websites from fingerprinting users using system fonts.
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Good Guy Hacker Launches 'Security Without Borders' to Defend At-Risk Dissidents http://motherboard.vice.com/read/hacker-claudio-guarnieri-security-without-borders-political-dissidents #privacy

Good Guy Hacker Launches 'Security Without Borders' to Defend At-Risk Dissidents

Claudio Guarnieri hopes the project will more effectively connect fellow white hat hackers with targeted groups and individuals.
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#Web #Mozilla #FOSS #Internet - #Firefox 52 Borrows One More #Privacy Feature from the #Tor #Browser




Firefox 52 Borrows One More Privacy Feature from the Tor Browser

Mozilla engineers have added a mechanism to Firefox 52 that prevents websites from fingerprinting users using system fonts.
Good Guy Hacker Launches 'Security Without Borders' to Defend At-Risk Dissidents http://motherboard.vice.com/read/hacker-claudio-guarnieri-security-without-borders-political-dissidents #privacy

Good Guy Hacker Launches 'Security Without Borders' to Defend At-Risk Dissidents

Claudio Guarnieri hopes the project will more effectively connect fellow white hat hackers with targeted groups and individuals.

A crackdown on the cash economy is an attack on the poor and a reward for banks


In short, the government cannot use the pretext of clamping down on an industry which is presently illegal by claiming the cash transactions facilitates the existence and growth of it when it is the government’s own criminalisation policy which brought it into existence.
[…]

So, despite the government’s incessant pressure for recipients [of welfare programs] to work, people either remain unemployed on welfare, or work and have their payments severely cut or ended. Recipients can escape this by working in the cash economy and not declaring their earnings.

Other problems abound if the government were to abolish high-denomination bank notes and restrict cash payments above a specified amount, such as $1,000.
One is privacy. By forcing the public to use electronic payments, their activities and whereabouts can be tracked. Given the growth of the surveillance state and intelligence-industrial complex, this is a real infringement upon freedom and privacy if the authorities access this bank data.

This policy is also designed to generate inefficiency by forcing dependence on the banking and financial system. Where previously transactions may have been efficiently conducted in cash, the public are forced to use electronic payments, inserting a third party into the transactions: banks – to their benefit.
Worse, this move against cash makes it easier for the RBA to implement negative interest rates in a significant economic downturn to bail out the banking system. It would become almost impossible for the public to take their savings and other liquid assets out of the banking system as cash to protect themselves from being charged for having savings.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/dec/15/a-crackdown-on-the-cash-economy-is-an-attack-on-the-poor-and-a-reward-for-banks

This is precisely why our Persona-based commsec training matrix (a resource for trainers) lists "Use cash" as a top suggestion, often overlooked by digital security trainers.

#cash #privacy #economy #banks

A crackdown on the cash economy is an attack on the poor and a reward for banks | Philip Soos

The rhetoric against the black economy and $100 bills is the government’s attempt to deal with problems of its own creation. The poor will be the big losers
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A crackdown on the cash economy is an attack on the poor and a reward for banks


In short, the government cannot use the pretext of clamping down on an industry which is presently illegal by claiming the cash transactions facilitates the existence and growth of it when it is the government’s own criminalisation policy which brought it into existence.
[…]

So, despite the government’s incessant pressure for recipients [of welfare programs] to work, people either remain unemployed on welfare, or work and have their payments severely cut or ended. Recipients can escape this by working in the cash economy and not declaring their earnings.

Other problems abound if the government were to abolish high-denomination bank notes and restrict cash payments above a specified amount, such as $1,000.
One is privacy. By forcing the public to use electronic payments, their activities and whereabouts can be tracked. Given the growth of the surveillance state and intelligence-industrial complex, this is a real infringement upon freedom and privacy if the authorities access this bank data.

This policy is also designed to generate inefficiency by forcing dependence on the banking and financial system. Where previously transactions may have been efficiently conducted in cash, the public are forced to use electronic payments, inserting a third party into the transactions: banks – to their benefit.
Worse, this move against cash makes it easier for the RBA to implement negative interest rates in a significant economic downturn to bail out the banking system. It would become almost impossible for the public to take their savings and other liquid assets out of the banking system as cash to protect themselves from being charged for having savings.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/dec/15/a-crackdown-on-the-cash-economy-is-an-attack-on-the-poor-and-a-reward-for-banks

This is precisely why our Persona-based commsec training matrix (a resource for trainers) lists "Use cash" as a top suggestion, often overlooked by digital security trainers.

#cash #privacy #economy #banks

A crackdown on the cash economy is an attack on the poor and a reward for banks | Philip Soos

The rhetoric against the black economy and $100 bills is the government’s attempt to deal with problems of its own creation. The poor will be the big losers
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#Surveillance Techniques: How Your Data Becomes Our #Data



source: https://nsa.gov1.info/surveillance/

All your data are belong to U.S.

Don't trust a three-letter #organization: #nsa #fbi #cia #usa #gov #dhs #DoD
#snowden #fail #freedom #politics #democracy #justice #privacy #HumanRights

Domestic Surveillance Techniques - Our Data Collection Program

How the Domestic Surveillance Directorate collects information about U.S. citizens
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#Surveillance Techniques: How Your Data Becomes Our #Data



source: https://nsa.gov1.info/surveillance/

All your data are belong to U.S.

Don't trust a three-letter #organization: #nsa #fbi #cia #usa #gov #dhs #DoD
#snowden #fail #freedom #politics #democracy #justice #privacy #HumanRights

Domestic Surveillance Techniques - Our Data Collection Program

How the Domestic Surveillance Directorate collects information about U.S. citizens

Why Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26 billion, in one word: Cortana



#microsoft #linkedin #cortana #privacy #office365

Why Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26 billion, in one word: Cortana

Why did Microsoft buy LinkedIn for $26 billion? Turning Cortana into a powerful business assistant: check out this image from Microsoft's investor presentation, which sums it all up.
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Olivier Falcoz před 2 let od mobile

Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better






https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/11/shopping-i-can-t-really-remember-what-that-is

#cashless #life #shopping #economy #privacy #cyberpunk

Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better

It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service.
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Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better






https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/11/shopping-i-can-t-really-remember-what-that-is

#cashless #life #shopping #economy #privacy #cyberpunk

Welcome to 2030. I own nothing, have no privacy, and life has never been better

It might seem odd to you, but it makes perfect sense for us in this city. Everything you considered a product, has now become a service.
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Kill bill C-51



https://killc51.ca/mp

#Petition #Canada #Privacy #C-51 #Spy #censorship #censor #surveillance

Dear MPs: We demand to be heard on Bill C-51

Parliament is about to resume on Monday, with no plan to deal with C-51’s dangerous spy powers. I emailed my MP demanding to be heard – will you email yours?
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Kill bill C-51



https://killc51.ca/mp

#Petition #Canada #Privacy #C-51 #Spy #censorship #censor #surveillance

Dear MPs: We demand to be heard on Bill C-51

Parliament is about to resume on Monday, with no plan to deal with C-51’s dangerous spy powers. I emailed my MP demanding to be heard – will you email yours?
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Iceland at work to create the strongest media freedom laws in the world !



The IMMI -Icelandic Modern Media Initiative)-and the "Switzerland of bits" project

More on IMMI : https://en.immi.is/about-immi/vision/ #Iceland #IMMI #switzerlandofbits #security #freedom #internet #privacy #whistleblower #law #bigdata
#pirateparty #media #legislation

#TISA, the 'secret privatisation pact that poses a threat to #democracy'

“It will remove large sections of national #sovereignty and the ability of any #government, including the #UK Government, to regulate important #service sectors [on issues] such as #energy, such as #transport, such as #privacy. The Trade in Services Agreement is part of a radical project to limit governments’ sovereign right to regulate and freeze it almost in permanence in the interests of foreign #corporations.”


TTIP is dead. But there's a new secret privatisation pact that's even more terrifying

An international trade deal being negotiated in secret is a “turbo-charged privatisation pact” that poses a threat to democratic sovereignty and “the very concept of public services”, campaigners have warned.

This Company Has Built a Profile on Every American Adult




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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-08-05/this-company-has-built-a-profile-on-every-american-adult

“Forget telephoto lenses and fake mustaches: The most important tools for America’s 35,000 private investigators are database subscription services. For more than a decade, professional snoops have been able to search troves of public and nonpublic records—known addresses, DMV records, photographs of a person’s car—and condense them into comprehensive reports costing as little as $10. Now they can combine that information with the kinds of things marketers know about you, such as which politicians you donate to, what you spend on groceries, and whether it’s weird that you ate in last night, to create a portrait of your life and predict your behavior.”

“IDI, a year-old company in the so-called data-fusion business, is the first to centralize and weaponize all that information for its customers. The Boca Raton, Fla., company’s database service, idiCORE, combines public records with purchasing, demographic, and behavioral data. Chief Executive Officer Derek Dubner says the system isn’t waiting for requests from clients—it’s already built a profile on every American adult, including young people who wouldn’t be swept up in conventional databases, which only index transactions. “We have data on that 21-year-old who’s living at home with mom and dad,” he says.”

“Dubner declined to provide a demo of idiCORE or furnish the company’s report on me. But he says these personal profiles include all known addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses; every piece of property ever bought or sold, plus related mortgages; past and present vehicles owned; criminal citations, from speeding tickets on up; voter registration; hunting permits; and names and phone numbers of neighbors. The reports also include photos of cars taken by private companies using automated license plate readers—billions of snapshots tagged with GPS coordinates and time stamps to help PIs surveil people or bust alibis.”
The present and future look like this. It grows in every country (at different speed). Can we soon be honest about it and call it the new grand blackmail of citizens? Corporations and government knows everything about you and can use that power in unfair way, you are naked in their eyes. As naked you become vulnerable, easy to be pressured, manipulated. Knowing you're exposed you censor yourself. What if the future offers personal/indivudual prices on goods and services based on the fusion data collected on you. Would they be to your advantage or disadvantage? We are not only losing our sense of privacy, many are blindly giving it away. The vultures are having a feast.

#Article #Surveillance #DataCollection #Technology #Privacy #Information #IDI #Corporation #DataFusion
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New Report: FBI Can Access Hundreds of Millions of Face Recognition Photos




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https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/06/fbi-can-search-400-million-face-recognition-photos
The FBI has quietly built up a database of 412 Million portraits, which can be automatically scanned to identify suspects who appear on surveillance photos.

Today the federal Government Accountability Office (GAO) finally published its exhaustive report on the FBI’s face recognition capabilities. The takeaway: FBI has access to hundreds of millions more photos than we ever thought. And the Bureau has been hiding this fact from the public—in flagrant violation of federal law and agency policy—for years.

According to the GAO Report, FBI’s Facial Analysis, Comparison, and Evaluation (FACE) Services unit not only has access to FBI’s Next Generation Identification (NGI) face recognition database of nearly 30 million civil and criminal mug shot photos, it also has access to the State Department’s Visa and Passport databases, the Defense Department’s biometric database, and the drivers license databases of at least 16 states. Totaling 411.9 million images, this is an unprecedented number of photographs, most of which are of Americans and foreigners who have committed no crimes.
All collected information can and will be used against you in the future. This time it was the US, next some country in Europe. The awful trend is continuing in one dire direction...sigh. This new database have been used since April 2015 according to the report, and since then the FBI have made 36000 searches in the database.

#Article #EFF #Privacy #Transparancy #DataCollection #FaceRecognition #Surveillance
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Creepy startup will help landlords, employers and online dates strip-mine intimate data from your Facebook page




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A new startup wants to take a "deep dive" into the private social media activity of prospective tenants—their chats, check-ins, how many times they've posted words like "pregnant" or "loan"—and score their "personality" for their potential landlord. Why would anyone let this happen? Because "people will give up their privacy to get something they want," Steve Thornhill, co-founder of the British startup Score Assured tells The Washington Post.


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For a bulk subscription fee, the landlord could "optionally" require all prospective tenants to grant Tenant Assured full access to their Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn profiles. Then "analytical software" starts mining everything they've ever done there.

How many times did they check-in to that bar? What online retail logins do they use? How often has their relationship status changed? Do they par_tay__? _That and a disconcerting more gets assessed into a "financial stress level" as well as a breakdown of five personality traits—"extraversion, neuroticism, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness"—and the report is sent to the landlord.

Thornhill is aware that some things—like age and pregnancy, which are protected statuses under the U.S. housing discrimination law—can't legally be used as factors in determining someone's qualifications as a tenant. "All we can do is give them the information," Thornhill told _The Washington Post. _"It's up to landlords to do the right thing." Wink wink.


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Is this illegal? "Clearly it raises alarm bells," Seth A. Miller of Collins, Dobkin & Miller LLP, which specializes in housing and landlord/tenant law tells me in an email:
"In NYC, there is an expanded list of categories of people that cannot be discriminated against: not just race, national origin, religion, ethnicity and gender, but also source of income and lawful profession. Generally, asking a tenant about whether he or she is a member of such a group can be evidence of discrimination. [Tenant Score] facilitates this kind of discrimination. If that's the idea, then the designer of [Tenant Score] may be legally exposed, despite the claim that it is only passing information along. Even if the makers of [Tenant Score], and the landlords who use it, manage to evade legal liability, it should be made illegal. People should not be forced to join social media just to rent an apartment, and landlords and employers should not have the right to view posts that were not written for them to read."
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Even though the landlord doesn't directly view the social media posts, the tenant report includes "activity times" and whether they mentioned words like "no money," "being poor," "staying in," "terrorist," "fraud" and "justice." Seth A. Miller:
"I would think that all of the metadata that could be generated from analyzing a person's private social media posts would fall into the category of material that was not intended by the author to be seen by anyone but the intended recipient of the posts. That doesn't make it illegal, but that is what makes it so creepy."
Tenant Assured is just the beginning of Score Assured's bold vision for the future. _Washington Post: _
By the end of July, the company expects to be offering specialized versions of the service to everyone from employers and HR departments to parents shopping around for nannies. Some day, Thornhill imagines, you won't hire a dog sitter or book an Airbnb without first viewing their social media dossier, as compiled by his company.
There is a variety of ways in which the startup's aspirations would fuck you. Some of them aren't even intentional, just wonky. For example, when a _Telegraph Money_ ran the software on their own people—who happen to post things with the words "loan" in it, being money reporters—the algorithm gave them some negative points in the financial stability department.

It's inaccurate and discriminatory. And it's so so creepy, as is everything Thornhill says in interviews, like "If you're living a normal life, then, frankly, you have nothing to worry about."

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#privacy #corporatesurveillance #landlords #employers #dating #surveillance #facebook

New Startup That Sends Dossiers On Your Private Social Media Profiles To Potential Landlords Should Be Illegal

A new startup wants to take a “deep dive” into the private social media activity of prospective tenants—their chats, check-ins, how many times they’ve posted words like “pregnant” or “loan”—and score their “personality” for their potential landlord. Why would anyone let this happen? Because “people will give up their privacy to get something they want,” Steve Thornhill, co-founder of the British startup Score Assured tells The Washington Post.
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Spy Chief Complains That Edward Snowden Sped Up Spread of Encryption by 7 Years


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From The Intercept:
When pressed by The Intercept to explain his figure, Clapper said it came from the National Security Agency. “The projected growth maturation and installation of commercially available encryption — what they had forecasted for seven years ahead, three years ago, was accelerated to now, because of the revelation of the leaks.”

Asked if that was a good thing, leading to better protection for American consumers from the arms race of hackers constantly trying to penetrate software worldwide, Clapper answered no.

“From our standpoint, it’s not … it’s not a good thing,” he said.
When coming from an agency, and a nation that defines anything and everyone as terrorists when it suits them, this alone proves why we need strong and easy to use encryption everywhere. It should be more effort to turn off encryption than to just leave it on.

#nsa #encryption #privacy #surveillance
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#good #news

World Says YES to #Cash

THE WORLD SAYS YES TO CASH!

Good news on the #banksters' #Orwellian push for a #cashless #world:

#Guardian: #German plan to impose limit on cash transactions met with #fierce #resistance

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/08/german-plan-prohibit-large-5000-cash-transactions-fierce-resistance

“It would be fatal if citizens got the impression that cash is gradually taken away from them.” -- Bundesbank President Weidman.

"In Germany, such measures clash with deeply engrained habits and #social attitudes. According to a recent Bundesbank study, 79% of payments in #Germany are made in cash – compared with only 48% in #Britain. Even among 14- to 24-year-olds, two-thirds say they prefer paying in cash to electronic means. In a YouGov survey, 72% of Germans said they considered it safer to pay in cash."

As #War on Cash #Escalates, Cash #Lovers Fight Back

http://wolfstreet.com/2016/02/18/war-on-cash-escalates-cash-lovers-fight-back-germany-japan/

"Germany’s neighbor to the south, #Austria, has similar reservations about the #EU’s plans to #suppress cash. The Deputy #Economy Minister Harald Mahrer recently said that #Austrians should have the constitutional right to #protect their #privacy."

“We don’t want someone to be able to track digitally what we buy, eat and drink, what books we read and what movies we watch,” Mahrer said on Austrian #public #radio station Oe1. “We will fight everywhere against rules” including caps on cash purchases, he said.

"Meanwhile, in tech-obsessed #Japan, the country that first popularized mobile wallets and smartphones, cash is king. It is offered and excepted reverentially even when paying for groceries. Every ¥10,000-note is treated with utmost care. As a rule, they’re pristine. Demand for cash remains solid, to the increasing consternation of global credit card companies. In a 2013 report, MasterCard estimated that 38% of the total value of the country’s retail transactions were in cash. That’s almost twice the rate in the U.S. and five times the rate in #France."

#Greek #Attempt To #Force Use Of #Electronic #Money Instead Of Physical Cash #Fails

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-02-21/greek-attempt-force-use-electronic-money-instead-physical-cash-fails

"The #government has told taxpayers that they will have to spend up to a certain amount of their incomes via bank and card transactions in order to qualify for an annual tax-free exemption."

"Greek businesses are not ready for the expansion of #plastic #money through the compulsory use of credit and debit cards for everyday transactions....an estimated half of all businesses do not have card terminals. "

In the United States Cash Continues to Play a Key Role in Consumer Spending: Evidence from the Diary of Consumer Payment Choice

http://www.frbsf.org/cash/publications/fed-notes/2014/april/cash-consumer-spending-payment-diary

"Evidence from the Diary of #Consumer Payment Choice (DCPC), conducted in October 2012 by the Boston, Richmond, and San Francisco Federal Reserve Banks suggests otherwise. Not only is cash a very different payment instrument than checks, but consumers choose to use cash more frequently than any other #payment instrument, including debit or credit cards. Cash plays a dominant role for small-value transactions, is the leading payment instrument for many types of purchases, and stands as the key alternative when other options are not available."

"In October 2012, the average American consumer had 59 transactions, including purchases and bill payments, and 23 of these 59 payments involved cash."

German plan to impose limit on cash transactions met with fierce resistance

Proposals to ban payments above €5,000 have been condemned in country where 79% of transactions are in cash
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Let's remember what Net Neutrality is, and why it is so important for Internet and our freedom on Internet.



http://viapopuli.com/what-is-net-neutrality-and-why-is-it-important-for-a-free-internet-simplified-version



#internet #netneutrality #networkneutrality #freespeech #freedom #privacy #society #net #corporatism
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#surveillance #privacy #Microsoft #USA

Microsoft case: DoJ says it can demand every email from any US-based provider

Microsoft counsel addresses question of US search warrant for Hotmail emails stored in Ireland: ‘We would go crazy if China did this to us’
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Windows 10 automatically sends parents detailed dossier of their children's internet history and computer use



http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/windows-10-automatically-sends-parents-detailed-dossier-of-their-childrens-internet-history-and-computer-use-10472226.html

Windows 10 sends a weekly “activity update” on childrens’ internet browsing and computer history to parents, by default and without telling anyone. The feature could be dangerous as well as embarrassing, users have pointed out, allowing parents to watch everything their children do on the computer.

The operating system sends a weekly note that includes a list of websites children have visited, how many hours per day they have spent on the computer, and for how long they have used their favourite apps, according to reports.

The feature appears to be turned on by default for family accounts — not notifying either children or their parents that they are being spied on — and was reported by parents who hadn’t asked for and weren’t aware of activating the feature themselves.
Well this is fucked up!!

Many people have read Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four novel, to me it seems most people noticed the surveillance bit in the book and focus on that. To me, what Winston Smith feared and dreaded the most (beside room 101 rats) was not to be able to trust anybody, fearing that everybody was a snitch. The surveillance bit, however annoying it was, he could still deal with but not being able to having a friend or the constant worry of being betrayed by those close or anyone for that matter took the greatest toll on him.

Some of you may have read the excellent novel by Hans Fallada – Every Man Dies Alone (Alone In Berlin (UK title)) and can link those two books together and know what I mean by the fear of snitching. It is a must read book by-the-way.

Windows 10 and I believe it was introduced in the number 8 have actively made that step, normalising surveillance within your family, that is disgusting. This is the new normal...sigh... #news #Surveillance #windows #internet #children #privacy #spying

Windows 10 has a way of helping parents spy on children and it's terrifying

Windows 10 sends a weekly “activity update” on childrens’ internet browsing and computer history to parents, by default and without telling anyone. The feature could be dangerous as well as embarrassing, users have pointed out, allowing parents to watch everything their children do on the computer.
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#Help a #friend #skip #Windows10 and #try #GNU / #Linux



https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/help-a-friend-skip-windows-10-and-try-gnu-linux



#Fsf #FreeSoftware #Freedom #security and #privacy ... choice #GNULINUX
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Communitycube: Let’s Build a Fair Internet



https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/communitycubes/communitycube-lets-build-a-fair-internet?ref=city

#privacy #linux #encryption #internet #server #odroid #internet #freedom #deepweb #darknet

Kickstarter: Communitycube: Let’s Build a Fair Internet. (Jonay Sanz)

Decentralized online services and grid storage that anyone can use. Internet the way it was intended.
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#Facebook | #MarkZuckerberg #Zuckerberg | #Assange #JulianAssange | #privacy
  • 2010 : "Mark Zuckerberg admits in a New Yorker profile that he mocked early Facebook users for trusting him with their personal information."
  • 2011 :
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