News for Tuesday, August 20, 2013

  • Will spying on users kill online businesses? t.co/UPpBwZfuhx ->
  • Schneier on Security: The NSA is Commandeering the Internet t.co/EJtEUtzCit ->
  • Stop Thinking That Tech Hacks Will Fix Our Surveillance Problems. t.co/Ya3VewZ0Zk ->
  • Is Your Private Data Lost in the Cloud? t.co/Xqs0winlu6 ->
  • Mailpile Is A Pro-Privacy, Open Source Webmail Project That’s Raised ~$100,000 On Indiegogo. t.co/uuP3Crcw2D ->
  • CyanogenMod Account launched to bring security and privacy features. t.co/riE8qKkonf ->
  • Security Community Raises Money for Researcher Snubbed by Facebook Bounty Program. t.co/aJq7AMIDDU ->
  • Most top mobile apps don’t have privacy policies [with infographic] t.co/ZZlKNeZPmK ->
  • Minister James Moore comments on wireless industry rhetoric t.co/cE75X6qrQL ->
  • ‘Sorry for breaking your privacy’: Programmer hacks Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page to expose security bug. t.co/hEnfEwC0rF ->
  • Henrietta Lacks and the Paradox of Science and Privacy. t.co/WAnLmymcpx ->

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