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privacy

Privacy vs. Public Safety (Part II): Apple Blasts Proposed UK Snooping Bill

by Matt Klassen on December 23, 2015

Rejecting the Call for Encryption Backdoors, Blackberry Pulls Out of Pakistan

by Matt Klassen on December 4, 2015

When Cybercrime Hits Home: VTech Hack Exposes Personal Information of Children

by Matt Klassen on December 2, 2015

ITIC Resists Kneejerk Cries for Weakening Mobile Encryption

by Matt Klassen on November 26, 2015

Canadian Lawmakers Need to Investigate the Use of Stingray Phone Surveillance

by Jeff Wiener on November 13, 2015

“Do Not Track” Requests are Meaningless, FCC won’t compel Internet companies to honour them

by Matt Klassen on November 10, 2015

The Blackberry Priv is short on Privacy

by Matt Klassen on November 9, 2015

The Inherent Risks of Online Data: Lessons from the Ashley Madison Hack

by Matt Klassen on August 21, 2015

Parsing the Mobile Encryption Debate

by Matt Klassen on June 10, 2015

Nine-in-Ten Americans have Concerns Over Who Controls the Data About Them

by Istvan Fekete on May 22, 2015