Tag: privacy

Baby’s privacy exposed on LinkedIn

Ramon Thomas /April 6, 2016

My dad was vigilant in protecting my privacy. He never allowed me to go anywhere without telling him first. And when I didn’t follow his instructions, there was hell to pay. Father’s who lead by example may be in short supply, however, the must still protect their baby’s privacy before anyone else. For as long Continue Reading →

Stop Watching Us

Ramon Thomas /December 1, 2013

StopWatching.us is a coalition of more than 100 public advocacy organizations and companies from across the political spectrum. This video harnesses the voices of celebrities, activists, legal experts, and other prominent figures in speaking out against mass surveillance by the NSA. Please share widely to help us spread the message that we will not stand Continue Reading →

How to stop the online snoops

webmaster /July 28, 2013

Tired of being hounded by online retailers, indexed by search engines and possibly monitored by Big Brother governments? Jamie Carter looks at ways to thwart the online snoops. It’s been more than a month since the Post exclusively interviewed surveillance whistle-blower Edward Snowden, but the fallout from his revelations about the US PRISM cyber-snooping program Continue Reading →

Facebook admits year-long data breach exposed six million users

webmaster /June 22, 2013

By Gerry Shih, Reuters Facebook Inc has inadvertently exposed 6 million users’ phone numbers and email addresses to unauthorized viewers over the past year, the world’s largest social networking company disclosed late Friday. Facebook blamed the data leaks, which began in 2012, on a technical glitch in its massive archive of contact information collected from Continue Reading →

Privacy – The Online Generation Wants It

webmaster /June 16, 2013

CHICAGO (AP) — The generation that’s grown up posting their lives online wants a little privacy. That’s not what we might expect as we debate just how much access the government should have to our mobile and online lives. But as it turns out, young people are much more complex than some may think when Continue Reading →

Who can spy on your Internet browsing?

webmaster /February 15, 2013

Internet service providers explain what South Africa’s RICA law requires of them Internet service providers (ISPs) in South Africa must be able to divert a user’s traffic to an “interception point” on-demand as a requirement of RICA,Cybersmart CEO Laurie Fialkov recently told MyBroadband. The Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-Related Information Act (RICA) was gazetted Continue Reading →