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From: Dave Burstein dslprime.com Date: Monday, August 24, 2015 Subject: “5G the Free WiFi Killer” EE Times The Intel/Verizon/Ericsson model of future wireless has everything controlled by a (carrier-managed) gateway. This report from the Intel Developers’ Forum suggests troubling consequences. The … Continue reading →
New tool makes online personal data more transparent 8/18/14 Columbia Engineering researchers develop XRay, first step in understanding how personal data is being used on web services like Google, Amazon, and YouTube New York, NY—August 18, 2014—The web can be … Continue reading →
A simple Google Chrome extension highlights the futility of trying to censor the Internet’s naughty bits. Bypass UK’s porn filter And access blocked sites “Go Away Cameron,” simply utilizes a proxy to get around the filters.
Happy Reading Guardian launches SecureDrop system for whistleblowers to share files SecureDrop platform allows sources to submit documents and data while avoiding most common forms of online tracking Access the Guardian’s SecureDrop system here Details of Britain’s covert surveillance programme … Continue reading →
Heartbleed Means HealthCare.gov Users Must Reset Passwords http://www.nextgov.com/cybersecurity/2014/04/heartbleed-means-healthcaregov-users-must-reset-passwords/82852/ By Aliya Sternstein Nextgov.com April 19, 2014 Federal officials are telling Obamacare website account holders to reset their passwords, following revelations of a bug that could allow hackers to steal data. Officials … Continue reading →