News for Monday, August 12, 2013

  • Lavabit founder closed his secure email service to 'protect the privacy' of its users. t.co/2zcxjgq2i2 ->
  • Yukon Mounties to star in their own reality show, raising privacy concerns. t.co/kymsQxxa8f ->
  • E-mail's Big Privacy Problem: Q&A With Silent Circle Co-Founder Phil Zimmermann – t.co/kkXqcNi5Pe ->
  • Toronto tenants complain of “double standard” over cameras. t.co/YvLii5Ink8 ->
  • Disconnect, The Anti-Ad Tracking Startup, Now Has A Privacy App Specifically For Kids (Built By An Ex-NSA Engineer). t.co/KCXjWTxJ1G ->
  • Adoption advocates debate use of photo database of children. t.co/vXWcEN8IiV ->
  • Pro-privacy folks likened to digital al-Qaida; feds want to 'blind' hackers t.co/uLu0piChi0 ->
  • Don’t Get Sucker Pumped — Krebs on Security t.co/bDbZMz6ME2 ->
  • Twitter's Killer New Two-Factor Solution Kicks SMS to the Curb. t.co/JMwbmDhXJn ->
  • Why Everyone Is Pissed Off About Google Chrome's Sound Security. t.co/ekZHTOfGLJ ->
  • #FlyNaked? Latest Movie-Plot Threat: Explosive-Dipped Clothing t.co/WSt6hVVfUE ->
  • Simple Hack Threatens 2.5x and 3.x Joomla Sites. t.co/VXOXz13VJC ->

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