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Facebook Audit: Thousands Of Apps Investigated, 200 Suspended For Mishandling Users’...

(DCNF) Facebook has suspended roughly 200 apps suspected of misusing data they have gathered on the social media site, a vice president at the...

Facebook COO Sells $23M in Shares, Company Declines to Attend House...

Facebook’s chief operations officer, Sheryl Sandberg, recently sold $23 million in the company’s stock on Wednesday as governments in the EU move to quickly...

Facebook Dodges New EU Privacy Regulations

Amidst apologies over mishandling user data and the affirmation that the company is “offering everyone who uses Facebook the same privacy protections, controls and...

FBI Claims It Has Found ‘Outside Party’ To Break Into iPhone...

The night before Apple Inc. and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were set to face off in court over whether Apple should be forced...

Bipartisan Senators to Introduce Bill Forcing Companies to Override Encryption

A bipartisan team of United States senators is reportedly close to introducing a controversial bill that would let law enforcement force companies to comply...

Interview: ICloak CEO Eric Delisle on FBI, Apple and Zero Knowledge...

In an exclusive interview, Truth In Media's Joshua Cook talks with ICLOAK founder and CEO Eric B. Delisle about the FBI, Apple and Zero Knowledge Systems. In the interview, Delisle shares his...

California Police Dept. Using Software to Determine ‘Pre-Crime’ Threat Score

The police department in Fresno, California has begun implementing a new technology that, in addition to looking at arrest reports and property records, uses...

Reps. Amash, Massie Blast Congressional Spending Bill for ‘Unconstitutional’ Surveillance Measures

The last-minute addition of the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 to a massive Congressional spending bill has drawn criticism from Representatives who call the provisions unconstitutional,...

VIDEO: Activist Group Uses Drone to Drop Anti-Spying Flyers on NSA...

Members of Peng!, a tactical media group, published a video online earlier this month in which a drone from the group's anti-spying campaign is seen dropping...

George Pataki Calls for Twitter CEO to Shut Down Edward Snowden’s...

Former NSA contractor-turned-whistleblower Edward Snowden joined Twitter on Tuesday, and in addition to gaining 1 million followers in less than 24 hours after he...

Federal Trade Commission Seeks Warrantless Access To Americans’ Emails

On Wednesday, September 16th, members of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) told Congress that the agency needs power to access emails of Americans without...

BROZE: Privacy Advocates Prepare For Battle Over Cybersecurity Bill

The returning Congress is expected to debate the controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act.

FBI Director: Government-Proof Encryption Threatens National Security

On Monday, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey penned an op-ed in the national security blog Lawfare which claimed that data encryption techniques...

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal Vetoes License Plate Reader Surveillance Bill

On Friday, Louisiana Republican Governor Bobby Jindal vetoed SB250, a bill aimed at "using automatic license plate recognition systems to identify stolen vehicles and...

Former Libertarian gubernatorial candidate argues against Real ID Act

A judge put the brakes on Libertarian Party candidate Adrian Wyllie’s argument against a new Florida driver’s license law on Monday. Wyllie, who ran unsuccessfully...
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Judge Napolitano Debates Michael Hayden on Privacy vs Security

During CPAC 2015 Judge Andrew Napolitano debates former NSA director Michael Hayden on the topic of privacy versus security.          

Amash: Most “Egregious” Violation of Privacy Law Just Passed By Congress

With next to no debate, Congress may have quietly passed a bill authorizing the executive branch access to nearly all communications by Americans. Congressman Justin...
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Exclusive: Top 10 Flashlight Apps Are Stealing Your Data, Even...

Nashua NH- The makers of some of the most widely used flashlight apps for smart phones are doing more than just helping you find...

New bill proposed to limit NSA phone data collection

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) is set to introduce a new Senate bill which would curb the ability of the government and NSA to collect...

Snowden: Private Explicit Photos Often Shared By NSA Agents

In an interview published by The Guardian on Sunday, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden explained that sometimes racy images intercepted by the NSA were shared...

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