/r/privacy
DateFlairLinkCommentsAuthorScore
2016 Oct 31 Google ditches promises that DoubleClick tracking data and personal infomation would never be mixed - Google ad tracking gets far more personal as company drops bans on how it uses data82 Comments--Kai--+828
2016 Nov 02 Facebook blocks insurer discount plan - Facebook has blocked plans by an insurer to view young drivers' profiles to help set car insurance premiums. - In a planned trial, insurer Admiral wanted new motorists' permission to look at their posts and likes to judge their safety as a driver.2 Comments--Kai--+16
2011 Sep 09 privately-owned and operated spy drones cause concern.2 Comments--frymaster--+14
2013 Jun 08 An internship job listing for a 'Digital Network Exploitation Analyst' appeared Thursday on the NSA's Twitter4 Comments-Gavin-+37
2013 Jun 17 Apple releases new details on National Security Requests0 Comments-Gavin-+0
2013 Jun 18 TRUSTe privacy survey - Before the NSA scandal1 Comments-Gavin-+3
2013 Jun 30 New PRISM slides leaked, NSA can eavesdrop traffic in Real Time2 Comments-Gavin-+26
2013 Aug 21 NSA Collected Thousands of Communications With No Terror Connections1 Comments-Gavin-+93
2013 Sep 11 How the feds asked Microsoft to backdoor BitLocker, their full-disk encryption tool1 Comments-Gavin-+24
2013 Oct 02 Microsoft Gives the Australian Government Details on More than 1,000 Users0 Comments-Gavin-+10
2013 Oct 23 Furniture renter Aaron's settles spyware case with FTC0 Comments-Gavin-+7
2013 Oct 24 How NSA-Proof Are VPN Providers?1 Comments-Gavin-+0
2013 Oct 31 Silent Circle and Lavabit launch “DarkMail Alliance” to thwart e-mail spying16 Comments-Gavin-+209
2013 Nov 11 Seattle police department has network that can track all Wi-Fi enabled devices11 Comments-Gavin-+63
2013 Nov 21 LG smart TV snooping extends to home networks, second blogger says6 Comments-Gavin-+33
2013 Dec 02 Dataium Settles Browser History Sniffing Charges, Used JavaScript To Illegally Identify Websites Visited By 181,000 Consumers0 Comments-Gavin-+9
2013 Dec 11 AT&T offers gigabit internet discount in exchange for your web history, using deep packet inspection0 Comments-Gavin-+13
2013 Dec 20 Spain fines Google €900,000 for breaching privacy laws2 Comments-Gavin-+28
2013 Dec 29 NSA reportedly intercepting laptops purchased online to install spy malware69 Comments-Gavin-+399
2013 Dec 30 How The NSA Hacks Your iPhone (Presenting DROPOUT JEEP)0 Comments-Gavin-+5
2014 Jan 09 Improving the privacy with generic browser user-agent strings1 Comments-Gavin-+12
2014 Jan 13 Test Results: How HTTP Switchboard compares to AdBlock, Ghostery or Disconnect concerning privacy?7 Comments-Gavin-+10
2014 Jan 20 VPN vulnerability in Android devices allows intercept communications2 Comments-Gavin-+20
2014 Feb 23 Microsoft Lync gathers data just like NSA vacuums up info in its domestic surveillance program0 Comments-Gavin-+11
2014 Jun 12 Warrantless cellphone location tracking is illegal, US circuit court rules2 Comments-Gavin-+70
2014 Jun 13 Supreme Court delivers huge victory for Internet privacy & blows away gov't plans for reform1 Comments-Gavin-+9
2014 Jul 12 The leadership of the major UK political parties are set to ram through a sweeping surveillance bill without debate or study. It's a perfect storm of cowardice and arrogance, and it comes at a price0 Comments-Gavin-+24
2014 Sep 02 Blocking consumer choice: Google's dangerous ban of privacy and security app4 Comments-Gavin-+25
2016 Jun 23 Court Rules the FBI Does Not Need a Warrant to Hack a Computer2 Comments-Gavin-+14
2016 Mar 04 Box, Google, Facebook, Microsoft come out in support of Apple in amicus brief0 Comments-Humbu-+5
2012 Oct 24 How good is NetShade for privacy?0 Comments-Josh+2
2014 Oct 13 Does anyone know about secure instant messengers?6 Comments-Kiraboshi-+1
2017 Jan 03 Basic online privacy strategy1 Comments-Molite+1
2016 Apr 25 Is there a way I could let a website see my static IP (provided by my ISP) but mask the same website I access from my ISP?5 Comments-PapaLegba+1
2016 May 11 The Second Amendment Case for the Right to Bear Crypto5 Comments-Pelvis-+30
2016 May 19 The Trees Network leaks 10 million messages.0 Comments-Pelvis-+13
2013 Dec 29Video Glenn Greenwald Keynote on 30c32 Comments-SnooSnoo-+18
2013 Dec 30 What type of log files does a Modem/Router keep?1 Comments-SnooSnoo-+1
2013 Dec 31 Using the "Way Back Machine" it's interesting to see exactly how long it took after 9/11 for the new Surveillance State to be enacted.4 Comments-SnooSnoo-+143
2014 Jan 03 Why isn't data-mining an illegal activity in America? Why is the sale of our information information allowed to continue?53 Comments-SnooSnoo-+165
2014 Feb 04 [XPost from /r/Tor]PSA: Make sure you manually disable iFrames in NoScript since it's not on by default.0 Comments-SnooSnoo-+3
2013 Jul 18 "Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence." Thoughts?0 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+2
2013 Jul 25 Amash Amendment results. Who voted what.0 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+42
2013 Aug 19 Advice on protection when using internet cafes overseas.5 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+10
2013 Sep 06 So what do I read and where do I go to find out more about cryptography?6 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+2
2013 Sep 25 How secure is this idea?7 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+4
2013 Oct 12 What are your privacy / security plugins for Thunderbird?3 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+21
2013 Oct 26 Tell me some of your off-line privacy techniques.18 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+19
2013 Nov 04 What privacy blogs do you follow?3 Comments-Sparkwoodand21-+6
2014 Apr 30 Privacy concerns in regard to Microsoft's Cortana?2 Comments-TinMan-+3
2015 Mar 21 Option for zero knowledge encrypted calendar and contact lists?1 Comments-TinMan-+7
2016 Jan 13 MAC Adress and Security8 Comments-bootstrap-+1
2012 Nov 27 made an order on moosejaw.com..getting junk mail ever since..today i learned why..moosejaw fail..4 Comments-cahil-+25
2013 Feb 08 private numbers are not private :(15 Comments-cahil-+67
2013 Nov 19 yahoo and privacy2 Comments-cahil-+2
2016 Feb 15 Wikipedia creating search engine to rival Google0 Comments-code-+0
2016 Feb 18 My Netflix, My Privacy | OpenMedia0 Comments-code-+2
2016 Mar 20 What the heck is a Stingray? (And what does it have to do with my privacy?) Explained.1 Comments-code-+10
2016 Mar 29Software LibreSignal: Signal messenger without Google Play Services8 Comments-code-+10
2016 Apr 02 Google Captcha forces sites to use HTTP0 Comments-code-+18
2016 Apr 06 Stop Stingray Surveillance | OpenMedia0 Comments-code-+6
2016 Apr 07 Our Digital Future - A Crowdsourced Agenda For Free Expression1 Comments-code-+1
2016 Apr 07 Apple and Google among firms calling for changes to snooper's charter | theguardian0 Comments-code-+2
2016 Apr 07 Court’s Decision on Recording Police Erodes First Amendment Rights and Transparency While Inviting Violence | EFF1 Comments-code-+30
2016 Apr 07 Doctors' Mobile Devices Putting Patient At Risk1 Comments-code-+7
2016 Apr 12 Will New York City’s Free Wi-Fi Help Police Watch You?0 Comments-code-+9
2016 Apr 13 What Pisses Me Off About The Panama Papers0 Comments-code-+1
2016 Apr 14 Anti-Encryption Bill Draft Released0 Comments-code-+18
2016 Apr 20 App Store Censorship and FBI Hacking Proposed at Congressional Crypto Hearing0 Comments-code-+3
2016 Jun 20 Security oversight committee is an encouraging step, but we have a long way to go to safeguard Canadians' privacy0 Comments-code-+2
2016 Aug 08 The Australian census: what you need to know about the national headcount0 Comments-code-+3
2016 Aug 09 Stingray surveillance in Canada: more of the story (x-post from /r/openmedia)1 Comments-code-+3
2016 Aug 11 Facebook Is About to Render Your Ad-Blocking Software Useless22 Comments-code-+51
2016 Aug 16 The Baltimore PD’s Race Bias Extends to High-Tech Spying, Too (x-post /r/openmedia)1 Comments-code-+3
2016 Aug 18 Canadian cops want to know your passwords20 Comments-code-+147
2016 Aug 18 'Enormous' Threats to Human Rights Over UK Bulk Surveillance (x-post /r/openmedia)3 Comments-code-+18
2016 Aug 18 Blocking Ad-Blockers: The War for Our Attention Span (x-post /r/openmedia)1 Comments-code-+1
2016 Aug 21 IXMaps: see where your data packets go1 Comments-code-+4
2016 Aug 26 WhatsApp’s Privacy Cred Just Took a Big Hit19 Comments-code-+116
2016 Feb 27 Amazon Kindle's FireOS 5 drops support for device encryption1 Comments-david-alexander-+42
2014 Dec 20 My favourite eye-opening post by a netsec/privacy blogger. [Everything is Broken] by Quinn Norton19 Comments-halcyon+141
2016 Dec 07 Uber Now Tracks Your Data After It Drops You Off0 Comments-kodoku-+9
2015 Jun 20 encryption or restriction of access0 Comments-neNull+5
2013 Sep 25 what are some third-world country email hosting sites that I could host an email outside of prism tentacles?4 Comments-x----+4
2017 Jan 15 What books, videos, or articles would you suggest for learning privacy techniques?5 Comments000000000000I+3
2012 Dec 14 Browser Search Engine Replacements More Suitable for Searches in Multiple Languages + Facebook Isolation?0 Comments0000001000011011+1
2014 Dec 21 Google Authenticator vs. Authy vs. FreeOTP. What do you guys think?32 Comments000040000+14
2015 Jan 29 What is the most private/secure way to share files between computers on a network?8 Comments000040000+1
2015 Nov 24 Is there an easylist type of thing for NoScript? Some sort of pre-built whitelist?2 Comments000040000+1
2015 Mar 10 Europe reverses course on net neutrality legislation! Sorry EU friends.1 Comments010101a+2
2015 Jun 10 Best approach to use 23andme service anonymously?2 Comments01888459+9
2016 Feb 04 End-to-end encrypted group chat with good desktop client?6 Comments047042049048+14
2013 Oct 22 “Anonymized” data really isn’t—and here’s why not3 Comments065483+50
2013 Oct 07 [REQUEST] Only connect to internet if VPN is in use?0 Comments0716361098+5
2015 Nov 08 Signal app (Android) - F-Droid?5 Comments0998998+4
2013 Aug 06 Wikipedia Boosts Security after XKeyscore Revelations. Co-founder says: "I challenge the rest of the industry to join us. Encryption is a human rights issue."42 Comments0_ol+345
2013 Aug 30 Facebook Transparency Report: First Release of Details On Government Requests For User Data3 Comments0_ol+5
2016 Nov 04 King County using customer grocery store data to target pet owners, send licensing notices1 Comments0cd35a70+3
2016 May 28 Is WhatsApp really end to end encryption?26 Comments0hmyscience+14
2016 Dec 31 Creating an Anonymous Google account?19 Comments0kKarma+10
2016 Mar 02 open software on closed hardware0 Comments0kas0dfk+2
2016 Apr 19 NSA Used Submarine Probes To Listen In On Undersea Cable Communications1 Comments0moi+0
2016 Apr 20 [Opinions on this?] Delete Known Government-Linked Certificate Authorities in OSX?1 Comments0moi+3
2016 Apr 20 Is it illegal to cover up the VIN number on the dash in the car?6 Comments0moi+1
2016 Apr 20 [News] Your vehicle’s VIN could reveal more than you want0 Comments0moi+7
2016 Apr 21 Stoners Everywhere Are Unknowingly Broadcasting Their Smoking Habits to Police3 Comments0moi+5
2016 Apr 21 Why you should disable autofill0 Comments0moi+2
2016 Apr 21 NSA surveillance: how to stay secure | Bruce Schneier [2013]6 Comments0moi+27
2016 Apr 21 Credit Bureaus Were the NSA of the 19th Century0 Comments0moi+4
2016 Apr 22 [1999] Australia first to admit "we're part of global surveillance system"1 Comments0moi+19
2016 Apr 22 [Overview] Phone Monitoring0 Comments0moi+2
2016 Apr 22 [Documentary] NSA Whistleblower William Binney: The Future of FREEDOM5 Comments0moi+15
2016 Apr 23 [Infographic] How the NSA is infiltrating private networks3 Comments0moi+11
2016 Apr 24 Which text editor do the coders here use?7 Comments0moi+3
2016 Apr 24 Opinions on Mynigma email encryption?1 Comments0moi+4
2016 Apr 25 [American Bar Association] Hazards of an Online Life: How to Use Social Media Safely1 Comments0moi+5
2016 Apr 27 Are SSD drives basically a no-go for anyone that ever wants to permanently delete unencrypted information?21 Comments0moi+10
2016 May 01 Article on Peerio messaging by former employee.0 Comments0moi+2
2016 May 01 What is your VoIP messaging platform/client/protocol of choice?14 Comments0moi+9
2016 May 02PDF Always On: Privacy Implications of Microphone-Enabled Devices [pdf]0 Comments0moi+22
2016 May 04 Best non-Apple laptop for privacy? Lenovo, Dell, HP all seem to have a history of rogue root certs. (examples inside)31 Comments0moi+12
2016 May 04 Study: Mass Surveillance Breeds Meekness, Fear and Self-Censorship3 Comments0moi+42
2016 May 08 Javascript Cryptography Considered Harmful9 Comments0moi+8
2016 May 08 What browser, adblock, and other privacy extensions are you using?17 Comments0moi+14
2016 May 09old news PSA: Microsoft is integrating its Android apps into Cyanogen OS4 Comments0moi+11
2016 May 10 Which ISPs in the U.S. are most respectful of their customers' privacy?10 Comments0moi+9
2016 May 10 What are some privacy issues with WebRTC everyone should be aware of?2 Comments0moi+5
2016 May 11 Odd question: How would someone find out if there is a GPS/radio tracking device concealed in a vehicle?8 Comments0moi+3
2016 May 12 How do you maintain your financial privacy?3 Comments0moi+2
2016 May 17 How hard would it be to deliver spyware/malware disguised as an Apple Update?7 Comments0moi+2
2016 May 18 What Surveillance Valley knows about you5 Comments0moi+9
2016 May 18 Do CC transaction records contain the individual items purchased?5 Comments0moi+4
2016 May 19 Putting names to your phone numbers2 Comments0moi+1
2016 May 20 Federal Background Checks Will Soon Involve Your Life on Facebook11 Comments0moi+38
2016 May 20 Be careful when using Waze.41 Comments0moi+52
2016 May 20 [Humour] Google House View (beta)1 Comments0moi+0
2016 May 20 Philly Police Admit They Disguised a Spy Truck as a Google Streetview Car16 Comments0moi+323
2016 May 21 Bigger Brother: The Exponential Law of Privacy Loss - The New Yorker (2011)5 Comments0moi+117
2016 May 21 More info on Waze: Breakdown/analysis of its Privacy Policy.2 Comments0moi+17
2016 May 22 CarrierIQ: rootkit software included on many US handsets sold on Sprint, Verizon and more. Devices supported include android phones, Blackberries, Nokias, Tablet devices and more.7 Comments0moi+51
2016 May 22PDF [PDF] Backdoors: A Technical Definition9 Comments0moi+3
2016 May 22 [Off-Topic] What other subs do you subscribe to in order to keep up-to-date on the world around you?8 Comments0moi+3
2016 May 23 Did My Rapist Find Me on Spokeo? (2012)1 Comments0moi+0
2016 May 24 Geek Squad employee allegedly searched PCs for the FBI5 Comments0moi+45
2016 May 24 Signal Armor- Silencing Siri: How To Stop The NSA From Spying On Your Cell Phone0 Comments0moi+1
2016 May 25 A Visual Guide to Practical Data De-Identification (PDF link in webpage)0 Comments0moi+6
2016 May 26 SPYCOPS: Alisa #talkingwith Eveline Lubbers -- political groups were infiltrated by police officers0 Comments0moi+6
2016 May 28 How Gene Testing Forced Me to Reveal My Private Health Information0 Comments0moi+2
2016 May 30 The celebrity privacy case that exposes hypocrisy of Silicon Valley power brokers | Media0 Comments0moi+0
2016 May 30 Uber Knows Too Much About You0 Comments0moi+4
2016 May 30 NSA spying scares people away from reading about terrorism2 Comments0moi+43
2016 May 30 Reddit CEO Steve Huffman: ‘We know your dark secrets. We know everything.’14 Comments0moi+72
2016 Jun 04 Should the /r/privacy community think of semi-migrating away from reddit?13 Comments0moi+18
2016 Jun 10 Oklahoma Police Can Seize Your Entire Bank Account on a Traffic Stop Without Any Charges8 Comments0moi+129
2016 Jun 13 Why privacy is important, and having "nothing to hide" is irrelevant0 Comments0moi+7
2016 Jun 14 Tor Utilization Poll?5 Comments0moi+3
2016 Jun 14PDF LEA Cell Phone Investigations manual [pdf]0 Comments0moi+27
2016 Jun 14 [Discussion] Privacy considerations when making purchases in person.2 Comments0moi+6
2016 Jun 15 Regarding EncroChat (stay away)1 Comments0moi+1
2016 Jun 16 Your mobile phone account could be hijacked by an identity thief0 Comments0moi+3
2016 Jun 16 The Gentleperson's Guide To Forum Spies0 Comments0moi+4
2016 Jun 18 Worst OPSEC (xpost /r/opsec)0 Comments0moi+1
2016 Jun 19 [Discussion] How much do you trust Apple?21 Comments0moi+19
2016 Jun 19 How unsafe is it to use wireless keyboards?4 Comments0moi+14
2016 Jun 19 Anyone here not willing to use Signal because of its dependence on Google?25 Comments0moi+20
2016 Jun 20 Landline vs. cellphone vs. VoIP for maximum privacy?9 Comments0moi+6
2016 Jun 22 Does everyone here use password managers?11 Comments0moi+3
2016 Jun 23 [Android] What is the best phone + OS combination for an individual concerned with privacy?5 Comments0moi+3
2016 Jun 24 Does covering the headphone jack with tape like this really do anything?5 Comments0moi+6
2016 Jun 25 How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations3 Comments0moi+38
2016 Jun 25 23andMe Is Terrifying, but Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks2 Comments0moi+2
2016 Jun 26 searx - a privacy-respecting, hackable metasearch engine2 Comments0moi+10
2016 Jun 27 [Poll] What browser are you using? What extensions/plugins?15 Comments0moi+3
2016 Jun 27Old News Former Tor developer created malware for the FBI to hack Tor users3 Comments0moi+25
2014 Jul 08 got textsecure but wanna try others4 Comments0p3nm1nd+2
2015 Mar 31 Anyone tried Hemlis and unseen3 Comments0p3nm1nd+2
2015 Jun 19 yubikey or authy6 Comments0p3nm1nd+5
2014 Jan 29 The NSA's Shadow Database1 Comments0x2620+12
2014 Oct 28 How private is Google Chrome with 'max' privacy settings?5 Comments0x2620+7
2015 Oct 18 Increasing browser security, privacy&anonymity (blog)0 Comments0x4000+4
2016 Mar 25 Medical doctor says during TED Talks that Microsoft stores all search logs in IE for 18 months17 Comments0x636F646572+138
2014 Dec 30 I just browsed onto GnuPG .org, to my shock they have to date received less than a third of the donations needed to support the main dev (singular). As this is a critical piece of software, we should maybe all chip in and help the guy out56 Comments0x652+484
2015 Jan 13 Toward Better Privacy, Data Breach Laws0 Comments0x6835+2
2015 Feb 07 How do you keep your privacy while using IRC?5 Comments0x6835+11
2014 Sep 07 options for cross-platform usb drive encryption19 Comments0x7270-3001+10
2013 Oct 13 How to keep your real name and face out of Google's ads - CSO Online2 Comments0xAli+13
2013 Oct 30 Tails 0.21 has been released0 Comments0xKai+19
2013 Oct 30 Take back your privacy. Help keep Riseup alive and thriving.2 Comments0xKai+9
2016 Apr 19 [YouTube] The German Data Privacy Laws and IT Security - Talk at DeepSec 20151 Comments0xKaishakunin+3
2014 May 26 Centry: Panic Button for Protection Against Cold Boot Attacks4 Comments0xPoly+1
2014 Oct 25 Best way to send/receive texts anonymously?2 Comments1000010008+8
2014 Jul 25 Use of “stingray” cell tracking device allowed by Supreme Court of Wisconsin0 Comments1000_Lemmings+31
2014 Jul 27 Deeper Dive into EFF's Motion on Backbone Surveillance0 Comments1000_Lemmings+12
2014 Aug 13 Google's Satellites Could Soon See Your Face from Space1 Comments1000_Lemmings+7
2014 Aug 30 Stingray Tracking Devices: Who's Got Them? (ACLU)0 Comments1000_Lemmings+38
2014 Sep 02 Strava, MapMyRide & CycleMeter data security issues. [Serious] (x-post from /r/bicycling)0 Comments1000_Lemmings+7
2015 Oct 19 Any guide to set 100% privacy on new computer?11 Comments101008+13
2015 Jun 04 Can we trust BitTorrent (the company)?2 Comments1029chris+6
2015 Jun 05 Owncloud or Syncthing, which is best for security?10 Comments1029chris+6
2016 May 03 Should I use Tor for all of my devices, all the time?4 Comments1029chris+3
2016 Jul 26PDF [PDF] When developing an identity management system, designers must consider the system’s purpose and particular privacy needs0 Comments10duke+3
2015 Jan 30 Scientists showed they can identify you with more than 90 percent accuracy by looking at just four purchases, three if the price is included - and this is after companies "anonymized" the transaction records, saying they wiped away names and other personal details.8 Comments1160+88
2015 Mar 31 Study Shows People Act To Protect Privacy When Told How Often Phone Apps Share Personal Information-Carnegie Mellon News.0 Comments1160+9
2015 Apr 16 Tutanota email response1 Comments1222222222222222222a+5
2015 Jan 19 Creating a new anonymous Facebook account8 Comments1239873483+8
2014 May 23 [Chatsecure question] How can chatsecure be secure with existing accounts like gmail?8 Comments123awaythrow123+3
2012 Oct 22 Android apps used by millions vulnerable to password, e-mail theft. Researchers uncover faulty encryption in apps available in Google's Play Market.2 Comments123ewqasdcxz+29
2015 Nov 18 [Need Help] Moving Out5 Comments123herbert+2
2014 Oct 05 Privacy Badger sets cookie for www.paypal.com and others8 Comments12sofa+23
2016 Jun 21 Does BlueStacks collect the messages and pictures you send and receive?3 Comments13378+2
2015 Jun 29 A friend got a new phone and when he came over, my network information was saved. How?5 Comments1337haXXor+7
2016 Jan 02 Is something up with riseup?5 Comments1337haXXor+11
2015 Sep 28 I got a facebook add based on content of a PM - coincidence?13 Comments1337spb+13
2015 Mar 04 What can I do?2 Comments134504032015+4
2014 Sep 29 Which Celebrity Is Taking A Taxi Where? And What Gentlemen’s Club Are You Visiting?0 Comments13579246801087979+16
2014 Oct 23 Video: Lawrence Lessig Interviews Edward Snowden0 Comments13579246801087979+17
2014 Nov 04 Looking Into Living Rooms: Watch Footage Of Thousands Of Internet-Connected Cameras Online1 Comments13579246801087979+11
2015 Jan 22 Using NYC Taxi Data to identify muslim taxi drivers0 Comments13579246801087979+6
2015 Feb 25 Simcard maker Gemalto acknowledges it was probably victim of NSA and GCHQ hacking2 Comments13579246801087979+12
2015 May 14 Google must be more open on 'right to be forgotten', academics warn in letter | Technology0 Comments13579246801087979+5
2012 Jul 12 What's your personal email policy? 3 Comments13_0_0_0_0+7
2015 Sep 23 VideoPulse is new app that runs in your phones background 24/7 and listens to every video you watch. This is definitely worth getting paid $11 a month to give up all your privacy.0 Comments13kljn13jii+2
2016 Jul 29 Windows 10 privacy5 Comments140379+1
2012 Apr 22 Surveillance State evils - 35 years ago, a leading liberal Senator issued a grave warning about allowing the NSA to spy domestically4 Comments1632+61
2012 Jun 09 Users to 'flag' terrorist web pages under EU proposal - The EU is implementing a project to control all European websites. No parliament will be involved. Sponsored by Cecilia Malmström this is the worst attempt to censor the web ever.6 Comments1632+70
2012 Jun 25 Pornhub & YouPorn Owner Funds Fight Against Cyberlockers 1 Comments1632+8
2013 Jan 20 Data Protection: All You Need to Know about the EU Privacy Debate- SPIEGEL ONLINE0 Comments1632+8
2013 Jan 26 EU study analysing the factors underpinning the development and use of surveillance technologies by public and private actors, and their implications in fighting crime&terrorism, social&economic costs, protection or infringement of civil liberties, fundamental rights and ethical aspects.0 Comments1632+7
2013 Jun 18 The Hungarian parliament passed a new national security law that enables the government to spy on people who hold public offices. Under this law, government officials must “consent” to being observed in the most intrusive way for up to two full months each year.0 Comments1632+12
2013 Jun 22Software The Electronic Frontier Foundation is offering HTTPS Everywhere a free Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure.16 Comments1632+83
2014 Jan 01 The Chaos Communication Congress 2013 (30C3) has ended. Here you can find most of the lectures. (English&German)3 Comments1632+25
2014 Jan 27 Edward Snowden Interview German TV in English0 Comments1632+4
2014 Feb 12 The Day the Internet Didn’t Fight Back68 Comments1632+285
2014 Apr 16 This reader mocked Heartbleed, posted his passwords online. Guess what happened next.0 Comments1632+0
2014 Apr 19 The Government is Silencing Twitter and Yahoo, and It Won't Tell Us Why1 Comments1632+100
2014 Apr 20 US Has A 'Secret Exception' To Reasonable Suspicion For Putting People On The No Fly List1 Comments1632+43
2014 Apr 25Possibly Misleading Ubuntu 14.04 bug report:When the screen is locked with password, if I hold ENTER after some seconds the screen freezes and the lock screen crashes. After that I have the computer fully unlocked.24 Comments1632+132
2014 Apr 29 Ubuntu 14.04 bug report: A new way to bypass the lock screen of Ubuntu 14.04. Just right click multiple times on the indicator bar (for example on the battery indicator), then shortcuts are available.11 Comments1632+51
2014 Dec 30 Inside Field Station Berlin Teufelsberg (2014)- Of all the NSA's Cold War listening posts, their intelligence facility on top of Berlin's Teufelsberg was their most secretive. [55 min.]0 Comments1632+1
2014 Dec 30 31C3 - The 2014 Chaos Communications Congress has started. You can watch most of the privacy, freedom and hacking related talks online.0 Comments1632+5
2015 Jan 24 USA: Investigative journalists as suspects [German public tv 12 min. - English version]0 Comments1632+7
2016 Sep 25 Can Chromebooks hijack your microphone to target advertising?4 Comments16semesters+3
2016 Oct 22 Signal and the NSA5 Comments1798throwaway+0
2015 Jul 16 Has anyone used aboutads.info to opt out of tracking for advertising?3 Comments180K+2
2016 Jan 26 I have to admit, I'm a bit of a privacy app hoarder6 Comments180K+1
2016 Feb 23 Good alternative to NoScript? that addon has gone down the toilet12 Comments180K+0
2016 Mar 11 What's up with ipleak.net ?5 Comments180K+8
2016 Mar 16 Stop using ipleak.net2 Comments180K+0
2016 Apr 01 Can anyone recommend good podcasts on privacy?6 Comments180K+15
2016 Jun 23 Screw you ghost mail1 Comments180K+0
2013 Nov 18 E-mail outsourcing to U.S. companies like Google and Microsoft stokes spying worry for Canadian professors, students0 Comments1948Sim+1
2015 Oct 13 I run a tor exit node, help it become faster by donating some btc if you can1 Comments1ATpwwu+0
2015 Mar 28 College course recommendations?5 Comments1blip+1
2015 Jan 18 Biometric Verification: Apple Is Considering Storing Your Fingerprints I...4 Comments1eagle2+1
2013 May 31 Hollywood wants the right to use malware to hack the computers of pirates5 Comments1ibertyordeath+52
2015 Nov 02 basic questions about TOR8 Comments1m321n+6
2016 Aug 20 Does this mean admins are or are not collecting this information1 Comments1matt3+1
2013 Jul 14 Can the government decrypt AES-256 and/or PGP encrypted messages? (assuming PGP used 4096-bit keys)19 Comments1nfinity0nhigh+7
2014 Dec 25 Are there any other privacy addons I should be using with Firefox?17 Comments1nfinity0nhigh+15
2016 Jun 08 Privacy concern with Wickr Me app3 Comments1nternetCreep+4
2014 Jun 05 instantcheckmate.com is a scum sucking company. They sell your email address instantly to spammers.1 Comments1ogon+15
2016 Aug 16 My online history is making me lose sleep at night. Why does caring about my privacy have to make me so unhappy?6 Comments1osingsleep+7
2016 Sep 28 I think I might have to get a Facebook for school, and I feel sick8 Comments1osingsleep+2
2017 Jan 21 I got the Truecaller app and I think my contacts have been uploaded to their website, what do I do?0 Comments1osingsleep+7
2014 Feb 18 At Newark Airport, the Lights Are On, and They’re Watching You0 Comments1stand4th+3
2015 Oct 29 Looking for tools that analyze a reddit account.4 Comments2005C+1
2015 Oct 29 ransomware decryptor c/o Kaspersky Lab0 Comments2005C+8
2015 Dec 25 Algorithm - New movie about hacking (scroll to the bottom free on gootube)1 Comments2005C+12
2016 Feb 22 Got the captcha blues? It could be because of this.... CloudFlare2 Comments2005C+6
2015 May 27 Obama urges Senate to renew phone-records program0 Comments2008Rays+14
2017 Jan 08 Facebook messenger alternatives36 Comments200_percent+15
2015 Feb 09 US passports and fingerprints10 Comments2013trollerific+9
2015 Jan 14 First public report of a third-party using Verizon's ID embedded in web traffic to identify users. Company also claims that deleting cookie does not signify user does not want to be tracked2 Comments20142015ce+15
2016 Feb 23 Whats the most anonymous/secure way to report someone who is conducting criminal activities.9 Comments20160223+3
2016 Mar 04 Need up-to-date guide for Android hardening3 Comments21-4C-09-4A-F7-71+6
2016 Aug 31 Completely Erase Ads?7 Comments210092+5
2016 Sep 05 Researcher from Microsoft is doing an r/science AMA on using internet data for medicine0 Comments210092+3
2016 Sep 07 Re: temporarily enabling a website?0 Comments210092+1
2014 Jan 22 Kill Your Phone!9 Comments21022012+59
2016 May 27 Which emails are fully encrypted?3 Comments2119518+0
2016 May 27 How are you using password manager....for all passwords or making special ones separate?23 Comments2119518+6
2016 May 27 Protonmail spam blocking now prevents Tor sign up without SMS verification.20 Comments2119518+25
2014 Jul 03 [question] how PGP works?3 Comments2132451+3
2015 Nov 14 Signal on Android - Google Play Services?43 Comments225543cfd+12
2014 Aug 14 Signing a file with GPG1 Comments23237261588859226515+1
2013 Aug 17 More private browser: Firefox or Chrome Incognito?15 Comments248740192+7
2013 Aug 11 Recommend me a smartphone7 Comments252003+1
2013 Dec 10 Thousands of disqus users have their identity reviled.5 Comments252003+16
2014 Mar 31 Creepy Coca Cola ad cobbled together from surveillance footage. (How is this even legal?)7 Comments25389+1
2016 Jul 27 A Glimpse at the Future of Computing - a 2600 article from 2003 that predicted cloud computing and surveillance1 Comments2600reader+2
2015 Aug 13 TO MODS: Add Whonix to sidebar3 Comments26832989+10
2013 Nov 09 Hummingbird-sized drones may be the Army's next big thing11 Comments2810gh+43
2014 Jan 27 Cycling phones on privacy day: a suggestion0 Comments28jan2014+0
2016 May 03 My town started putting up traffic cameras. I linked their website. How bad is it?2 Comments2BuellerBells+4
2012 Jun 14 suspicious logins in my gmail account and cant figure out how they have access despite extreme measures3 Comments2b0n2b+3
2012 Jul 26 The commercial support for the invasion of privacy is legal but is it ethically correct? The advocates will say: Software does not torture!0 Comments2beemedia+1
2015 May 28 How effective is the DNT header?3 Comments2blanket+2
2014 Aug 05 Illegal Spying Below: Activists Fly Anti-Surveillance Airship over NSA's Utah Data Center0 Comments2bluesc+36
2014 Oct 07 Capital One requires me to call them to Opt Out rather than provide easy web form6 Comments2bluesc+38
2016 Feb 19 Does it concern you that Reddit stores your interests (through the form of subscriptions), beliefs (through the form of votes) and archives all that you say?15 Comments2caret17+52
2016 Apr 20 The FBI Wants Backdoors Because Hacking Is Hard1 Comments2die2sleep+32
2016 Apr 21 UK intel agencies spy indiscriminately on millions of innocent folks1 Comments2die2sleep+11
2016 Apr 21 People suing Ashley Madison for last year’s hack can’t be anonymous, judge rules4 Comments2die2sleep+136
2016 Apr 21 FBI paid at least $1.3M for zero-day to get into San Bernardino iPhone1 Comments2die2sleep+2
2016 May 09 David Patraeus, Who Leaked Classified Info To His Mistress, Says Snowden Should Be Prosecuted18 Comments2die2sleep+418
2015 Sep 24 Thai authorities to step up surveillance via ‘single internet gateway’1 Comments2gramsbythebeach+16
2015 Apr 08 John Oliver, Edward Snowden, and Unconditional Basic Income - How all three are surprisingly connected0 Comments2noame+17
2014 Aug 15 ELI5 regarding my address and privacy...How does Hyatt have my new address when I haven't given it to them?5 Comments2x4s_are_tasty+5
2012 May 25 Printer’s watermark your documents0 Comments305librarian+3
2016 Dec 16 Any Guide - How to setup highly secure XMPP/Mumble Server?1 Comments30secbro+5
2016 Nov 16 Free secure email compatible with IMAP7 Comments314709389064+8
2012 May 15advice Fingerprinting3 Comments315505133+8
2016 Dec 13 Canadians: Help Repeal Bill C-51!2 Comments321toor+11
2016 Jan 14 Camera Surveillance Policies1 Comments34w5pes+6
2016 Aug 09 I asked my healthcare people (the hospital) whether they could only send me PGP email, IT person responded "We do send emails to patients from a secure server with the word "secure" in our emails and or replies."10 Comments35-5B-36-1B-61-2F+16
2013 Nov 05 How do you handle privacy-violating questions when social pressures require you to tell the truth?2 Comments3534676+2
2016 Dec 21 EU court: No requirement for data storage1 Comments354999556+6
2017 Jan 14 HDFC Bank checks for creditworthiness by reading user emails0 Comments354999556+24
2016 Dec 27 I just got a new phone. What shall I do to increase privacy?2 Comments35m32+0
2016 Mar 03 Staying Private/Anonymous Sending Email Photo Attachment - Question -2 Comments3657k423+7
2016 Feb 27 Do android phones record and transmit audio while the phone is not in call mode (do they 'listen in')? This would be easy to observe, has this ever been studied?4 Comments3888888ad88+10
2015 Aug 20 For the paranoid: Is there any advantage to keeping a windows OS?11 Comments38SHaXn4R+7
2013 Dec 05 My thoughts on how deep the NSA's cell phone analytics rabbit hole goes...14 Comments3AlarmLampscooter+23
2015 May 17 Where to meet other privacy-minded people?10 Comments3a28297b203a7c3a2026+31
2016 Jul 04 PSA: Google engineer acknowledges that Chrome's numerous proxy bypass vectors are like a "leaky dam", closes bug WONTFIX45 Comments3ce62c76+314
2016 Jun 07 US govt - Corp - MCI - Verizon Business IP trying to connect to comp.2 Comments3g34g43g3+3
2014 Mar 08 eReaders & Privacy: Using a NOOK Simple Touch Anonymously3 Comments3lb+2
2016 Sep 26 Mass-deleting posts31 Comments3lvy+8
2016 Aug 03 Snapping up cheap spy tools, nations 'monitoring everyone'0 Comments3rd_Party_2016+7
2016 Aug 06 Barely regulated market in off-the-shelf state surveillance tools; millions at risk0 Comments3rd_Party_2016+1
2016 Sep 04 What is your phone telling your rental car?0 Comments3rd_Party_2016+3
2016 Sep 16 DARPA wants eyes in the sky to track drones in cities0 Comments3rd_Party_2016+4
2016 Sep 29 FBI’s Controversial Surveillance Program Declined After Snowden8 Comments3rd_Party_2016+22
2016 Oct 05 The Chairman of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board resigned in July, and hasn't been replaced1 Comments3rd_Party_2016+21
2016 Oct 05 If you build it they will come. Yahoo forced to repurpose child porn scanning system for NSA.1 Comments3rd_Party_2016+6
2016 Oct 27 FCC Vote Means Internet Providers Need Permission To Share Your Data3 Comments3rd_Party_2016+2
2016 Nov 29 Edward Snowden on Twitter: The @FBI is now openly issuing the general warrants that, in 1760, led John Adams to first dream of independence.387 Comments3rd_Party_2016+4878
2016 Dec 01 Ron Wyden on Twitter: At midnight tonight, a sweeping expansion of the FBI's hacking authority will take effect without Congress ever having any debate #Rule4116 Comments3rd_Party_2016+65
2016 Dec 02 Internet Archive Successfully Fends Off Secret FBI Order19 Comments3rd_Party_2016+1007
2016 Dec 18 What's a good swype-style keyboard for Android that respects privacy? (one that doesn't share everything you type)4 Comments3rd_Party_2016+6
2016 Dec 19 The way we catch folks is by knowing certain things about them that they may not want us to know and if we're gonna monitor the stuff effectively going forward, we don't want them to know that we know...3 Comments3rd_Party_2016+12
2015 Sep 12 Bilbo Baggage, keys.0 Comments3vi1+1
2016 Feb 20 How to Disappear Online0 Comments3xpendableyouth+9
2015 May 22 Filesharing with privacy in mind4 Comments3y3Rs33+1
2014 Jan 18 What does /r/privacy think of Wickr?7 Comments4-4-1984+10
2015 May 12 Fascist Stock ROM's and feelings0 Comments417279616e4e617a617+2
2012 Mar 05 If people don't have time to read every clause of every privacy policy, why don't we see any services that reference one of a standard set of policies?2 Comments41pi+24
2013 Nov 12 Startpage needs to be half as good as those Google sellouts. We need an alternative to Google! DuckDuckGo isn't good enough either.11 Comments4234567+0
2013 Nov 12 Privacy strategies for those who like rural living9 Comments4234567+2
2013 Nov 16 Opinion on this article that says prism break is dangerously misleading?4 Comments4234567+10
2013 Nov 17 What is the best way to move all email from Gmail to some other provider?3 Comments4234567+10
2013 Nov 17 Getting an address in another state - Cheapest way?1 Comments4234567+4
2016 May 22 Microphones in laptops?1 Comments43515814+2
2016 Feb 17 Tor onion services: more useful than you think [32c3]0 Comments450u89jngdsk+4
2015 Jan 14 Is it possible to hide my IP address without site admins knowing?4 Comments453467+3
2013 Oct 12 Strategies, tips, ideas to feed misinformation in systems6 Comments457fgh+15
2013 Oct 20 Startpage and others: Please offer an alternative to Scholar Google1 Comments457fgh+17
2015 Mar 18 Tomorrow, March 19th: #digitalrightsmatter day by Open Rights Group0 Comments47423+2
2014 Oct 16 What's the best way to sync bookmarks across different computers?4 Comments483724932+4
2014 Nov 01 Citizen-Four Documentary - Where can I get/see it?77 Comments483724932+38
2014 Nov 07 What e-mail provider do YOU Use?72 Comments483724932+30
2016 Mar 16 Device I can add to networks for DNS encryption?1 Comments48584840-2-2+1
2015 Feb 20 Cryptocat network under heavy DDOS12 Comments49574309709709543790+45
2015 Feb 21 Lenovo publishes source code to SuperFish removal tool5 Comments49574309709709543790+169
2015 Mar 03 Creepy, Calculating and Controlling: All the Ways Big Brother Is Watching You0 Comments49574309709709543790+36
2012 Mar 11 RES and tagging - a concern for privacy?2 Comments4AM+2
2016 Aug 11 Tracking and privacy on stock iPhone2 Comments4CUde3s+0
2014 Aug 04Repost Facebook messenger app TOS beware1 Comments4DaftPanda+28
2016 Jan 13 European Courts rule that Employers have can read the private messages of employees0 Comments4KgamerEl3t3+3
2014 Sep 25 Terror laws clear Senate, enabling entire Australian web to be monitored and whistleblowers to be jailed17 Comments4ZA+125
2015 Feb 01 Australia about to lose the fight against data retention0 Comments4ZA+4
2012 Aug 08 RadioWest: The Agony and Ecstasy of Online Comments (livestream now, rebroadcast at 7:00p MDT)3 Comments4blockhead+1
2015 Dec 07 Radio West, livestream Dec. 7 @ 13:00 EST: A telepresence conversation with Edward Snowden. Recorded in Park City, Utah on Dec. 5. Podcast available later.1 Comments4blockhead+5
2014 Mar 07 words appearing in presidential inauguration speeches from 2009 back.0 Comments4chzbrgrzplz+0
2014 Jul 25 BORDC announces Patriot Award winner0 Comments4demgeo+14
2015 Mar 10 Screw You, America; Anthem Refuses Full IT Security Audit - Karl Denninger on a medical privacy rampage. (must disable adblocker to view)1 Comments4jed+2
2013 Oct 03 This is what a secret order demanding the disclosure of SSL encryption keys to the FBI looks like29 Comments4nis+140
2013 Oct 07 The Guardian's current pace of 48 pages a month, it will take 26 years to release the full Snowden files5 Comments4nis+73
2013 Oct 27 CISPA and You – A Guide To Privacy0 Comments4nis+23
2013 Dec 23 Schneier on Security: NSA Spying: Who Do You Believe?9 Comments4nis+129
2013 Dec 28 Ubuntu Security: The Wifi Passowords Are Stored In Clear Text, Outside The Users Home11 Comments4nis+36
2014 Jan 01 Huawei products do have backdoors - Because the Americans insisted0 Comments4nis+16
2014 May 28 Why you should _NoT_ Migrate from Truecrypt to Bitlocker8 Comments4nis+29
2015 Mar 22 GUIDE: Secure Erase your Solid State Drive (SSD) with Parted Magic0 Comments4nis+13
2015 May 03 Firefox tweaks that will enhance your privacy on internet13 Comments4nis+74
2015 May 16 Mozilla's page talking about privacy has Google analytics enabled tracking visitors?!3 Comments4nis+19
2015 May 23 A nice guide to staying safe and anonymous on the Internet. Something to really consider. Especially these days.4 Comments4nis+17
2015 Jul 22 1.7 billion (900 GB unpacked) "anonymous" comments from 5% of the internet (Reddit comment archive)2 Comments4nis+9
2015 Sep 25 Can You Be Arrested for Running a Tor Exit Node In Canada?12 Comments4nis+42
2015 Oct 30 Heads-up: A lot of SSL certs for internal DNS names expire on November 1st. Get ready for an interesting Monday.0 Comments4nis+1
2016 Jan 24 FBI Randomly Used Malware on TORMail Users While Busting Pedophiles6 Comments4nis+14
2016 Jan 27 As politicians debate encryption, super-secure operating system Tails is more popular than ever0 Comments4nis+18
2016 May 07 Apparently Samsung's SSD app Magician 4.9.6 wont update firmware if you don't allow them collect your data68 Comments4nis+507
2016 Jul 14 If this is intentional, its genius, and if not, they were smart to keep it that way0 Comments4nis+11
2017 Jan 12 BREAKING: Obama admin permits NSA to give raw (unminimized to protect privacy)12333 surveillance to FBI/CIA/DEA/etc254 Comments4nis+1675
2011 Dec 31 No wonder people are flocking to SaaS and "cloud" based services - This is how much effort it takes to set up your own mail host with a "standard" feature set. Can average "joes" ever really transition away from a dependency on cloud services?2 Comments4phree+4
2011 Dec 31 torproject.org + ghostery.org + adblockplus.org = do it17 Comments4phree+15
2012 Jan 07 Tails, the Live CD / USB distribution from the Tor Project, is looking at migration paths away from TrueCrypt2 Comments4phree+11
2016 Oct 31 Which U.S. cell phone carrier is least bad?4 Comments4szfhYEphdd1+1
2012 Dec 26 Privacy concern in various Operating Systems13 Comments4thguy+4
2015 Jan 13 Why Google Didn’t Sign Obama-Backed Student Privacy Pledge0 Comments500500+2
2015 Jan 30 Study shows credit card metadata is not as anonymous as thought1 Comments500500+65
2015 Feb 01 Fightback against internet giants’ stranglehold on personal data starts here. With the Databox concept, scientists at British universities have begun an attempt to win back control of information about us0 Comments500500+4
2015 Apr 10 Facebook admits it tracks non-users, but denies claims it breaches EU privacy law7 Comments500500+175
2015 Apr 10 Amnesty International takes UK to European Court over mass surveillance0 Comments500500+3
2015 Apr 11 The government will hide its surveillance programs. But they won't eliminate them | Trevor Timm |25 Comments500500+269
2015 Sep 21 Good books to lear computer/network security?1 Comments50CentsLongLostSon+9
2015 Mar 21 Are email addresses considered to be "private information" on forums?3 Comments54625+5
2011 Nov 29 YaCy is a free search engine that anyone can use to build a search portal for their intranet or to help search the public internet.1 Comments547+15
2013 Feb 12 How Raytheon software tracks you online3 Comments547+36
2013 Mar 07 I've just had a conversation on skype, and it's on facebook too.19 Comments55-68+2
2016 Feb 20 Tor browser for Android6 Comments561awef+10
2014 Oct 16 Why privacy is important, and how to convince others that it's important too4 Comments5753550602+2
2013 Sep 28 What is a good secure online backup solution?4 Comments583JJDWD+8
2013 Nov 20 Anyone know any secure calendar program/service?9 Comments583JJDWD+3
2017 Jan 21 Reminder: We have a lot of new people coming to this sub24 Comments5XCfYiUczj0K+50
2016 Apr 04 Panama leaks law firm denounces attack privacy2 Comments5boro+9
2016 Apr 28 iMessage - Commercial Cut0 Comments5boro+2
2014 May 04 Can someone explain what this new option in Google Chrome means? (in simple terms, please)22 Comments5skandas+93
2014 May 18 Robert Scoble attempts to brainwash Israelis at latest conference; tells audience they can "trust Big Data"0 Comments5skandas+5
2014 Jun 02 10 Facebook Privacy and Security Settings to Lock Down3 Comments5skandas+26
2014 Jun 15 What's with the anti-Facebook elitists on this subreddit?2 Comments5skandas+0
2014 Aug 10 Russian Hackers Amass Over a Billion Internet Passwords2 Comments5skandas+0
2014 Dec 21 Internet privacy is a fantasy; will merely be a "fetish" by 2025 according to experts5 Comments5skandas+52
2015 Jan 10 Of Course 23andMe's Plan Has Been to Sell Your Genetic Data All Along3 Comments5skandas+19
2015 Mar 07 TEDTalks: Think your email's private? Think again5 Comments5skandas+52
2015 May 21 Yandex Pushes Privacy With Beta Release Of Its Minimalist Browser0 Comments5skandas+0
2016 Jun 13 William Hague: 'No One Has Absolute Right to Privacy'4 Comments5skandas+0
2016 Aug 17 Question about DNS leaks1 Comments5skandas+2
2012 Sep 15 Cameras that presume you're a terrorist and criminal are becoming commonplace0 Comments5squared+6
2014 Jul 16 An artist sent the NSA the world's most secure mixtape: "The NSA can read my stupid Facebook updates but without my consent it will never be able to listen to my kick-ass mixtape."0 Comments5tHorseman+3
2015 Jan 12 British PM David Cameron wants to stop the use of communications methods—like Snapchat and WhatsApp—that cannot be read by the security services even with a warrant.19 Comments5tHorseman+142
2015 Sep 03 The Feds Need A Warrant to Spy With Stingrays From Now On0 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+34
2015 Sep 14 Near-Perfect Computer Security May Be Surprisingly Close6 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+21
2015 Oct 26 Top German official infected by highly advanced spy trojan with NSA ties1 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+79
2015 Nov 11 Tor Says Feds Paid Carnegie Mellon $1M to Help Unmask Users24 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+292
2015 Nov 19 Carnegie Mellon Denies FBI Paid for Tor-Breaking Research2 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+11
2015 Nov 25 If you are a Tor user come and show your support by donating to their fundraising drive.4 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+16
2015 Dec 07 Now That It's Easy to Encrypt Our Chats, Encrypting Metadata Comes Next1 Comments63-6F-6F-6B-69-65-3F+19
2015 May 02 Need help getting a Google account anonymously to view Google Groups.5 Comments645223+7
2012 Aug 08 Twitter In A Dispute Pitting Terrorism And Security Against Privacy And Free Speech 0 Comments64578761231123+7
2014 Jun 19 How TCHunt Finds TrueCrypt Files8 Comments65gftr6+6
2012 May 25 How do I disable CTCP and DCC in Pidgin?0 Comments666kopimicv+2
2012 May 25 What are the best solutions for OTR?1 Comments666kopimicv+5
2015 Sep 15 Cisco routers in at least 4 countries infected by highly stealthy backdoor1 Comments678+16
2016 Jan 06 Why privacy is important, and having "nothing to hide" is irrelevant10 Comments678+155
2016 Mar 20 Thank you for ad blocking9 Comments678+25
2016 Aug 09 Facebook Will Force Advertising on Ad-Blocking Users22 Comments678+80
2016 Nov 26 Germany planning to 'massively' limit privacy rights - Germans will no longer have the right to know what data about them is being collected16 Comments678+298
2016 Nov 27 On the modern web, ISPs are one of your threats56 Comments678+256
2016 Dec 09 Belarus bans Tor5 Comments678+18
2017 Jan 01 Lavabit is returning99 Comments678+273
2013 Feb 06 Safest image viewer?7 Comments6GdjQRpr+1
2012 Nov 27 Is anyone interested in starting a campaign to get major companies like Amazon, Walmart and Apple to use PGP when sending you (automated) e-mail?10 Comments6Jc8amrTy0R96gU5+37
2016 Apr 01 Root CA's and NSL's6 Comments6ai3m1+1
2015 Dec 02 Can you provide a source?1 Comments6d6172796c616e64+0
2014 Mar 17 Ideas on how to securely send police interactions to a private server? (NOT ACLU)14 Comments7-2521+9
2012 Dec 18 Privnotes SSL has expired0 Comments70000+0
2016 Nov 30 Escape IME?8 Comments71247s4+0
2016 Dec 03 Multiple Browsers at once?8 Comments71247s4+1
2013 Oct 08 Microsoft: We won't target ads to you from Kinect "unless you choose to allow us"0 Comments75000_Tokkul+3
2015 Feb 04 How to send an anonymous whistleblower email?8 Comments76df43+5
2014 Dec 08 Anyone else see Facebook's "People You May Know" section suddenly, suspiciously full of personal contacts?5 Comments77ate+2
2013 Oct 23 Has anyone ever logged into their bank account with Windows/Mac?5 Comments78523985210+0
2013 Oct 08 Any linux distro where networking is disabled by default?6 Comments78xv+1
2014 Feb 11 Is Vivaldi, the MyOpera successor, a good e-mail provider?2 Comments7994+1
2014 Sep 01 The time has come to use cloud storage for the right files (ಠ⌣ಠ)16 Comments7994+26
2013 Oct 09 keyscrambler worth using?5 Comments79ford+1
2012 May 02 Despite earlier reports, Microsoft still supports CISPA. Mozilla has come out against CISPA.0 Comments7oby+32
2012 Jul 24 YouTube Fights Comment Trolls By Discouraging Pseudonyms7 Comments7oby+17
2012 Oct 13 If you use HTTPS Everywhere, you may want to downgrade to 2.2.34 Comments7oby+11
2013 Feb 28 Apple iOS Apps Leak More Personal Info Than Android1 Comments7oby+3
2013 Apr 12 Microsoft is paying to let people know about the Google Play privacy issue on national TV. This ad just aired during The Office. Privacy is marketable!7 Comments7oby+46
2013 May 04 Wuala as a secure cloud storage option vs SpiderOak?16 Comments7oby+11
2013 May 28 Now PETA Wants to Sue People Who Leave Anonymous Comments0 Comments7oby+2
2013 Aug 14 Disconnect Kids just came out for iOS, blocking tracking systemwide and educating kids about how tracking works. Here's an explanatory video.1 Comments7oby+8
2014 Jan 29 Looking for a new email provider10 Comments803-48jasdf+12
2016 May 24 If I buy a modem/router/MTA box who has control over it?4 Comments80808008+1
2016 Mar 28 Text of prepaid cell phone bill5 Comments82364+19
2016 Apr 16 Another perspective on big data: The third eye... (or what happens when n=millions) -- Rory Sutherland1 Comments82364+2
2016 Jun 01 What chromium browser is most private?4 Comments82364+2
2016 Jun 04 Email client vs email in browser - is one better than the other?5 Comments82364+3
2016 Jun 19 Supposing I delete all the emails from my gmail account and have any new email forwarded to a new address and then deleted... what am threats am I more protected against and what threats am I *not* more protected against?2 Comments82364+0
2016 Jul 09 Do you own your own fingerprints?9 Comments82364+8
2016 Jul 15 What are you guys using for cloud storage?14 Comments82364+5
2016 Aug 20 Tor alternative? How unprivate is tor?4 Comments82364+3
2016 Aug 29 How private are cloud based calendars?10 Comments82364+2
2016 Oct 31 What's the least bad Android phone?9 Comments82364+2
2016 Nov 09 Followup to "Least bad android phone": What's the least bad smartphone option, in general?9 Comments82364+14
2016 Dec 09 Can phone fingerprint sensors be disabled? The HTC 10 combines it with a capacitive home button, which I imagine complicates things.6 Comments82364+2
2016 Dec 09 Other than burner phones, what can be done to limit metadata exposure?10 Comments82364+9
2016 Dec 12 Experience with/thoughts on Epic browser?5 Comments82364+3
2014 Jun 13 Anonymous video sharing?4 Comments837183+6
2015 Oct 27 No chance of getting my unlisted phone number removed from Google's search results?1 Comments837183+11
2016 Jan 19 Any way to create an anonymous Facebook account?17 Comments84-7E-0D-26-61-7C+2
2016 Nov 14 Photos Back-up18 Comments863292X9+5
2016 Nov 21 Open Source Mobile email client?7 Comments863292X9+1
2013 Sep 02 Share privacy tips in this thread (non-internet tips only please!)8 Comments86454+12
2016 Dec 07 Why Microsoft bought LinkedIn for $26 billion, in one word: Cortana1 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+8
2016 Dec 12 [AMA request] ISP worker [x-post from r/IAmA]2 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+2
2016 Dec 18 [Video] Interview about Qubes OS on The New Screen Savers1 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+8
2016 Dec 23 Tor at the Heart: OnionShare0 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+10
2016 Dec 24 Clever Facebook Hack Reveals Private Email Address of Any User | Threatpost1 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+47
2016 Dec 25 Citizens will share personal data with smart city programs by 20191 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+5
2016 Dec 26 People who've deleted Facebook, what was the final straw? [x-post from r/AskReddit]36 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+78
2017 Jan 08 [Old news but still relevant] NSA Laughs at PCs, Prefers Hacking Routers and Switches4 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+12
2017 Jan 08Software Exitmap – Tor Exit Relay Scanner1 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+3
2017 Jan 12 Why you might want to think twice about surrendering online privacy for the sake of convenience1 Comments86rd9t7ofy8pguh+1
2012 Nov 25 Germany and Ireland data protection czars force Facebook to stop automatic photo tagging in Europe.0 Comments881239+69
2013 Jun 15Advice Cross-platform password management tools?3 Comments891134+5
2013 Jun 17 Open source privacy / security development?5 Comments891134+13
2016 May 29 Recommended apps to edit and sync text files between mobile and laptop?3 Comments8976827136612+2
2016 Nov 21 If I search my name on Google I find a lot of entries and informations (phone, address...), how can I solve that problem to protect my privacy?2 Comments89789throwaway+4
2014 May 26 It's Time to Nongoogle Everything - A Call to Migrate to More Private Search Engines En Masse8 Comments897rds+117
2016 Dec 10 "De-Googling" Chromium browser, and protecting against tracking by Google, Facebook, etc. - How can I do this?11 Comments8Milesofshade+6
2016 Nov 30 Everyone Should Probably Read This Cop Privacy Guide2 Comments8pocalypse+19
2012 Dec 08 They Know What You're Shopping For - WSJ.com0 Comments9034725985+7
2015 Dec 31 I'm moving soon. What steps can I take to keep my physical address private?10 Comments92jek201k2idpw92+10
2013 Jun 10Video Talk privately: Pidgin with OTR, Torchat, and Bitmessage demo video0 Comments940871+6
2013 Jun 13 We Should All Have Something To Hide1 Comments940871+15
2013 Jun 15 Laura Poitras: “The number of journalists who know how to use [encryption] is very small. You wouldn’t have been able to communicate with Snowden without encryption.”0 Comments940871+14
2013 Jun 17 Edward Snowden: "Encryption works"13 Comments940871+43
2013 Jul 04 How To Delete Facebook Account In 2013 (2-min video tutorial)3 Comments940871+12
2013 Jul 08 Statements from Bradley Manning's trial shows that US government uses the PGP web of trust to map associations39 Comments940871+173
2013 Jul 22 Reasons Richard Stallman doesn't own a mobile phone (2-min video segment)20 Comments940871+30
2013 Jul 26 RedPhone and TextSecure are coming to iPhone8 Comments940871+10
2013 Jul 29 Official Spying Do's and Don'ts0 Comments940871+4
2013 Aug 05 CTO of Mozilla: "Maybe we should just adopt, support, and bundle Tor in Firefox..."95 Comments940871+541
2013 Aug 10 Mailinator Redesigned. Free. Disposable. Email.3 Comments940871+13
2016 Mar 30 The Other Reason the FBI Doesn't Want to Reveal Its Hacking Techniques1 Comments94847393038738394905+9
2016 Mar 30 Compare And Contrast: Treatment Of Thomas Drake & Hillary Clinton For Having Classified Info0 Comments94847393038738394905+21
2016 Apr 01 200 imprisoned based on illegal cellphone tracking, review finds0 Comments94847393038738394905+9
2016 Apr 01 Reproducible Signal builds for Android3 Comments94847393038738394905+17
2016 Apr 01 The Artist Using Museums to Amplify Tor’s Anonymity Network0 Comments94847393038738394905+13
2016 Apr 03 Mozilla co-founder's ad-blocking Brave browser will pay you bitcoin to see safe ads0 Comments94847393038738394905+4
2016 Apr 05 WhatsApp's Signal Protocol integration is now complete38 Comments94847393038738394905+64
2016 Jul 04 By reading this post you are agreeing to my terms and policies2 Comments955559+14
2016 Sep 06 A good blog post about Traffic Correlation attacks on the Tor network and it's success rates at scale.0 Comments96584752+6
2016 Apr 28 FBI Is One Step Closer To Getting Legal Authority To Hack Computers Everywhere6 Comments97779+78
2013 Oct 02 Project Byzantium - what do you think of this?0 Comments97d+2
2014 Apr 14 Doctor's office privacy breach. Any recourse?5 Comments98765487+11
2015 Oct 03 Privacy Badger for Android?`3 Comments98a4we+16
2015 Oct 08 proxy for specific sites?2 Comments98bvc+2
2014 May 27 Data brokers that know more about you than Google or Facebook0 Comments999999999989+7
2012 Feb 10 FileVault, BitLocker encryption: cracked10 Comments99anon+0
2016 Apr 04 Google Adwords account suspended for cookie manager0 Comments9t9cents+2
2017 Jan 06 The best countries for online privacy: an investigation.15 Comments9vt8mf5+28
2016 Feb 28 Fennec F-Droid or Icecat Mobile8 Comments9wa8ejf+12
2016 Apr 27 Current internet privacy completely broken because quantum computers will exist in the future?4 CommentsA-n-g-u-s+9
2016 Oct 13 Why are most people unaware of the great breach in privacy and personal rights?7 CommentsABadBrick+35
2016 Jan 17 Where to download Spybot Anti-Beacon? Official download link not working.1 CommentsABerror+4
2009 Aug 07 Prevent Javascript and CSS tricks to snoop your history with this handy Firefox Add-on3 CommentsACiDGRiM+2
2014 Jul 16 xpost from r/VPN: Interesting Take on Online Anonymity and VPNs1 CommentsAGLegit+2
2015 Apr 02 One Researcher just made 10 million UserNames and Passwords Public0 CommentsAGermyGerm+2
2015 Sep 01 Reddit stores all your clicked links62 CommentsAGhostFromThePast+107
2015 Dec 15 Study: More than half of all merchants unnecessarily share purchase details with PayPal; Data leakage to PayPal includes details of medication or sex toys; Consumers cannot opt-out or self-protect against it.0 CommentsAGhostFromThePast+5
2016 Sep 27 What's the real verdict on pgp BlackBerry?7 CommentsAHStephen+3
2015 Mar 22 Richard Stallman, leader of the GNU project, computer programmer, president of the Free Software Foundation, commenting on how he browses the internet:49 CommentsAIDS_Pizza+195
2015 Feb 19 Just went to a job fair. USAF gave me a usb. Am I paranoid to think it has spyware on it?9 CommentsAIRMET_TANGO+14
2013 Nov 25 Facebook locked my account last week and asked me to give them my government id, WTF?2 CommentsAJNguyen+3
2011 Nov 28 A law student takes on Facebook's privacy policy [The Stream-Al Jazeera English]0 CommentsAJStream+7
2011 Nov 29 Is the internet being censored? [The Stream-Al Jazeera English]0 CommentsAJStream+8
2012 Feb 20 Law enforcement & social media: How do police draw the line between protecting citizens and infringing on their privacy? Join The Stream's conversation 2:30 EST. stream.aljazeera.com0 CommentsAJStream+6
2012 Feb 21 Big Brother or clever crime fighting? 0 CommentsAJStream+3
2016 Jul 19 Georgia appeals court gives green light to upskirt photos and videos0 CommentsALMRadarEcho+2
2012 Nov 05 Privacy Law Expert: Many Companies Waiting for a Hack0 CommentsALP918+3
2014 Jul 24 Addthis "canvas fingerprint" explanation. We wanted to try a new way to secretly spy on you but we drop it because it didn't work.... Thank You Addthis!2 CommentsAMC-com+8
2015 Nov 14 browser fingerprinting, how to avoid?6 CommentsAPLA01+13
2015 Dec 27 Ixquick vs MetaGer vs DuckDuckGo vs Startpage vs Disconnect Search?16 CommentsAPLA01+6
2015 Jun 24 [Question] How to can I create a professional online identity without sacrificing my privacy?5 CommentsARCH_LINUX_USER+7
2016 Apr 14 What's the best way to securely search the internet on my phone?2 CommentsARandomBlackDude+1
2015 Sep 19 Trisquel automatically puts their logo as your Pidgin Buddy Icon. How can I undo this horrific privacy leak.8 CommentsARingoAteMyBabies+0
2015 Oct 01 Microsoft is downloading Windows 10 to PCs, even if you don’t “reserve” a copy0 CommentsARingoAteMyBabies+10
2015 Jan 18 Looking for advice regarding pictures of my child taken without permission5 CommentsASK47+0
2016 Dec 30 CBS 60 Minutes: The end of privacy "The Data Brokers: Selling your personal information"1 CommentsATLBart+8
2016 Dec 30 Simple Free, Open Source, Network-wide ad blocking with a Raspberry PI31 CommentsATLBart+88
2016 Dec 31 Ublock Origin for Microsoft Windows 10 Edge Browser3 CommentsATLBart+16
2017 Jan 14 What if better privacy can be accomplished by sharing "more" random information, not less?12 CommentsATLBart+22
2016 Nov 02 Productivity Commission wants Australians to be given right to opt out of data collection0 CommentsAUS_RANGE+3
2015 Aug 29 [XPost r/legaladvice] My school is logging keystrokes and has said it will use gathered passwords to access personal student accounts. Is the legal?145 CommentsAVery2000+379
2012 Nov 01 Can I get a little help making a profile on Tasker combining Orbot and Tinfoil?3 CommentsAVhastIdBot+6
2015 Dec 10 Ted Cruz rejects demands to revive NSA surveillance after San Bernardino5 CommentsA_Fellow_American+3
2014 Oct 24 Is FrootVPN Trustworthy at all?1 CommentsA_M_F+2
2014 Jan 13 Is there a way to block keypress logger software?5 CommentsA_StandardToaster+3
2014 Apr 14 Turning off mobile data. Does that help with privacy?3 CommentsA_complete_idiot+6
2015 Aug 13 Safe link to download KeePass?7 CommentsA_of+2
2015 Mar 20 CISA text released: ​Cyber bill’s privacy safeguards don’t impress critics0 CommentsAaronBoatfield+13
2016 Feb 20 FBI escalates war with Apple: 'marketing' bigger concern than terror6 CommentsAaronCoope+91
2014 Jan 29 Banks have replaced 15.3 million cards since Target breach2 CommentsAbineInc+5
2014 Jan 29 On Facebook, Deciding Who Knows You're a Dog.0 CommentsAbineInc+1
2014 Feb 11 Facebook Fraud : Facebook "advertising"0 CommentsAbineInc+1
2014 Mar 06 Yahoo cutting off access to services for Google, Facebook log-ins. It might be time to dust off your old Yahoo account.5 CommentsAbineInc+4
2014 Mar 26 What do you guys think about Facebooks "privacy dinosaur"? Good idea or too little too late?3 CommentsAbineInc+3
2013 Jul 22 Today our startup launched a privacy add-on that lets you make alias credit cards, emails, and phone numbers, called MaskMe. Instead of going off the grid, confuse the grid with tons of aliases.9 CommentsAbineite+20
2013 Apr 24 Facebook COO Sandberg asked in interview about Facebook's archive of her personal data & data retention policy1 CommentsAblativeCase+8
2014 Apr 01 Was reading Google I/O FAQ when8 CommentsAblueuser+118
2013 Jun 23 What's the best free VPN?3 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+6
2013 Jul 28 Which online telephone service offers the best privacy?3 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+5
2013 Aug 06 What's the best software for encrypting files on my hard drive?11 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+3
2013 Aug 15 I want to ditch Gmail but don't know where to go. =(3 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+4
2013 Aug 15 Silent Mail Follows LavaBit, Shuts Down Its Private E-mail Service1 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+0
2013 Aug 22 Which e-mail service do you use and why?1 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+2
2013 Aug 26 How private is the Chromium web browser?2 CommentsAboveAverageFriend+7
2012 Jun 27 Privacy online. How to protect yourself from spam and identity thefts.0 CommentsAbrocoma+0
2013 Dec 27 Thinking about de-evolving my phone8 CommentsAbrohamLinco1n+1
2016 Apr 11 How an Internet Mapping Glitch Turned a Random Kansas Farm Into a Digital Hell1 CommentsAbsentia+45
2014 Jun 04 Tiananmen Square massacre anniversary: China chokes Google, social chatter3 CommentsAbsurdistHeroCyan+12
2014 May 29 JACOB APPLEBAUM EXPOSES NSA TOOLS HACKING YOUR COMPUTER BACK DOORS2 CommentsAbunuwasi+8
2014 May 01 New Audio: Listen to Edward Snowden Defend Whistleblowers. Snowden explained how he could have spied on any person-"from a federal judge to the president of the US...When you make a purchase, when you buy a book. All of that is collected" Snowden said."I could see it at my desk, crossing my screen"3 CommentsAcanthas+3
2014 Jun 03 Google's driverless cars are a boon for safety and climate, but not for privacy. While riders will have some freedom to move, they won't have the ability to move without others watching and storing their data1 CommentsAcanthas+33
2015 Apr 25 What is the best server location for privacy? Like hosting an email service and making it hard for three letter agencies to track you down.17 CommentsAcceptsUpvotes+10
2012 Nov 26Advice What should I be doing to protect myself on a mac computer?13 CommentsAccountabilit+20
2015 Mar 10 Finally the Justices Understand Tech: Phone Location Data is Private0 CommentsAceKingQueen+17
2014 Jan 03 Stop NSA Spying!3 CommentsAceTK+0
2013 Oct 10 Is there a good, affordable hardware RNG?3 CommentsAceyJuan+3
2013 Oct 10 A new study by KU Leuven-iMinds researchers has uncovered that 145 of the Internet’s 10,000 top websites track users without their knowledge or consent. The websites use hidden scripts to extract a device fingerprint from users’ browsers.0 CommentsAceyJuan+2
2013 Nov 13 How the NSA *really* finds your switched-off mobile.84 CommentsAceyJuan+231
2013 Nov 20 NHTSA May Mandate That New Cars Broadcast Location, Direction and Speed1 CommentsAceyJuan+1
2013 Nov 20 Software can identify what type of vehicle you're in, only uses the phone's accelerometer.1 CommentsAceyJuan+6
2013 Dec 10 Neo900 could be the private cell phone you want... if you can afford the $1,167 price tag.3 CommentsAceyJuan+3
2014 Jan 08 Carmakers keep data on drivers' locations0 CommentsAceyJuan+9
2014 Jan 09 How's My SSL? Identify weak SSL/TLS settings in your web browser.24 CommentsAceyJuan+28
2014 Feb 13 Is it time to fund UEFI/GPT support for Truecrypt?5 CommentsAceyJuan+4
2014 Mar 28 After seven years, exactly one person gets off the gov’t no-fly list.20 CommentsAceyJuan+113
2014 Apr 04 How to Locate a Cell Using SS7.3 CommentsAceyJuan+4
2014 Apr 08 Facebook's new artificial intelligence system known as DeepFace is almost as good at recognizing people in photos as people are: "When asked whether two photos show the same person, DeepFace answers correctly 97.25% of the time; that's just a shade behind humans, who clock in at 97.53%."0 CommentsAceyJuan+2
2014 Apr 11Funny/light Heartbleed as explained by XKCD.27 CommentsAceyJuan+283
2014 Apr 14 Whitehat Aviator web browser - should I use it? How does it compare to a tricked out FF?4 CommentsAceyJuan+0
2014 May 14 Good news for privacy: fewer servers sending e-mail naked, Facebook finds0 CommentsAceyJuan+10
2014 May 21 California bill gives the NSA a meek middle finger.1 CommentsAceyJuan+29
2014 Jun 18 Judge allows US Marshals’ seizure of stingray records, dimisses lawsuit4 CommentsAceyJuan+27
2014 Jun 30 A review of the Blackphone, the Android for the paranoid23 CommentsAceyJuan+41
2014 Nov 25 How to steal secret keys from the cloud in just 1 minute.0 CommentsAceyJuan+1
2015 Feb 24 Everything you've ever said to Siri/Cortana has been recorded...and I get to listen to it. (from /r/technology)1 CommentsAceyJuan+0
2015 Aug 18 A complete list of browser privacy/security threats.13 CommentsAceyJuan+19
2015 Aug 26 There's been a lot of fear mongering over Windows 10. The privacy options are easy to find and it's easy to opt out during the installer or later. Are there any real privacy problems with Windows 10?20 CommentsAceyJuan+0
2015 Sep 12 Canarytokens - Quick, Free, Detection for the Masses [honeypot URLs, trigger alerts when accessed] -- how can we use these to improve our privacy?0 CommentsAceyJuan+12
2015 Sep 27 [Cryptography] The standard Brainpool Elliptic Curves are back doors. Another standard compromised by the NSA?1 CommentsAceyJuan+10
2016 Nov 24 Microsoft gives FireEye access to all telemetry data from Windows 10 machines4 CommentsAceyJuan+17
2014 Jun 05 NBC Censors Snowden's Critical 9/11 Comments from Prime Time Audience4 CommentsActualReverend+40
2012 Mar 31 Here is how to remove yourself from Spokeo step-by-step.1 CommentsAdda717+22
2012 Apr 01 HTTPS Everywhere is a free plugin made by EFF for Chrome and Firefox that forces webpages to use HTTPS3 CommentsAdda717+39
2012 Apr 04 The Disconnect Extension – Stop Third-Party Trackers For Free0 CommentsAdda717+0
2012 Apr 13 How To Remove Exif Data From Your Pictures2 CommentsAdda717+0
2013 Oct 18 Opinion: Your life, under constant surveillance. By Bruce Schneier0 CommentsAdelleChattre+17
2013 Oct 19 Facebook’s New Rules. By Joe Nocera2 CommentsAdelleChattre+5
2013 Oct 27 I challenged hackers to investigate me and what they found out is chilling13 CommentsAdelleChattre+137
2013 Oct 27 "I shared my plans with no one, not my girlfriend, not my parents, not my closest friends. Nobody knew the route I was taking out of town, where I was going, or my new name. If I got caught, it would be by my own mistakes"2 CommentsAdelleChattre+26
2013 Oct 29Possibly Misleading Fury at Facebook as login requests “Government ID” from users86 CommentsAdelleChattre+251
2013 Oct 29 Adobe Breach Impacted At Least 38 Million Users1 CommentsAdelleChattre+48
2013 Oct 29 Legislation Unveiled to Bar NSA's Bulk Phone Metadata Collection21 CommentsAdelleChattre+133
2013 Oct 30 Facebook Considers Vast Increase in Data Collection2 CommentsAdelleChattre+10
2013 Oct 30 EFF: Online anonymity is not only for trolls and political dissidents2 CommentsAdelleChattre+37
2013 Oct 30 Google DNS Departs Brazil Ahead of New Law1 CommentsAdelleChattre+13
2013 Oct 31 No U.S. Action, So States Move on Privacy Law0 CommentsAdelleChattre+5
2013 Oct 31 Why Guessing Your Romantic Partner Is So Important to Facebook0 CommentsAdelleChattre+4
2013 Nov 09 Besieged: Stung by revelations of ubiquitous surveillance and compromised software, the internet’s engineers and programmers ponder how to fight back0 CommentsAdelleChattre+5
2013 Nov 11 Heidi Boghosian on Spying and Civil Liberties0 CommentsAdelleChattre+9
2013 Nov 12 Privacy, TOR, BTC, and What the Silk Road Crackdown Means to You2 CommentsAdelleChattre+13
2013 Nov 13 Our Seven Privacies: The Many Important Facets Of Privacy1 CommentsAdelleChattre+14
2013 Nov 13 Seattle cops can monitor your every move [Video]0 CommentsAdelleChattre+8
2013 Nov 14 U.S. to Snowden’s Email Provider: Vowing Encryption Isn’t Excuse to Fight Law1 CommentsAdelleChattre+4
2013 Nov 14 Splinternet Behind the Great Firewall of China0 CommentsAdelleChattre+4
2013 Nov 18 Change the narrative: privacy should be considered as a type of property to protect it2 CommentsAdelleChattre+20
2013 Nov 26 LG says it will push out firmware update for spy TVs, but no apologies0 CommentsAdelleChattre+0
2013 Dec 04 GAO Report Highlights Compelling Reasons for New Federal Privacy Law0 CommentsAdelleChattre+3
2013 Dec 04 Iron Cagebook0 CommentsAdelleChattre+6
2013 Dec 04 Wal-Mart has data on most U.S. adults, and could sell it, charges report0 CommentsAdelleChattre+3
2013 Dec 10 World's leading authors: state surveillance of personal data is theft0 CommentsAdelleChattre+31
2013 Dec 10 Meet Jack. Or, What The Government Could Do With All That Location Data14 CommentsAdelleChattre+207
2013 Dec 14 Google Removes Vital Privacy Feature From Android, Claiming Its Release Was Accidental4 CommentsAdelleChattre+68
2013 Dec 14 Boston Police indefinitely suspends license plate reader program5 CommentsAdelleChattre+97
2013 Dec 15 The Privacy of Typewriters by Les Murray1 CommentsAdelleChattre+9
2013 Dec 16 Gmail Image Proxy Change Has Privacy, Security Implications0 CommentsAdelleChattre+7
2013 Dec 18 The Real Purpose of Oakland's Surveillance Center2 CommentsAdelleChattre+69
2013 Dec 18 The Internet Giants Oppose Surveillance—but Only When the Government Does it5 CommentsAdelleChattre+42
2013 Dec 23 Do We Want an Erasable Internet?0 CommentsAdelleChattre+2
2013 Dec 25 New algorithm finds you, even in untagged photos0 CommentsAdelleChattre+6
2013 Dec 27 As New Services Track Habits, the E-Books Are Reading You0 CommentsAdelleChattre+7
2014 Jan 07 Parents fighting back against sharing children’s data with InBloom0 CommentsAdelleChattre+11
2014 Jan 08 Clickable Consent at Risk in Internet Privacy Lawsuits0 CommentsAdelleChattre+3
2014 Jan 09 Lenders Use Social Media to Screen Borrowers0 CommentsAdelleChattre+6
2014 Jan 09 Yelp ordered to reveal anonymous reviewers in court case1 CommentsAdelleChattre+16
2014 Jan 14 Supreme Court Lets Stand Ruling Bolstering Gadget Privacy at U.S. Border0 CommentsAdelleChattre+3
2014 Jan 14 They're watching. How can that be a good thing?: Robots will intrude on privacy, and spur better laws as a result0 CommentsAdelleChattre+1
2014 Jan 15 Want to Predict the Future of Surveillance? Ask Poor Communities.0 CommentsAdelleChattre+7
2014 Jan 15 Mobile network attack evolution [30c3]0 CommentsAdelleChattre+2
2014 Jan 17 Is Your Thermostat Spying On You?0 CommentsAdelleChattre+11
2014 Jan 20 The End Of Anonymity3 CommentsAdelleChattre+5
2014 Jan 23 Is Facebook like a spreading disease that's about to fade away? Princeton study creates stir0 CommentsAdelleChattre+1
2014 Jan 23 Blimplike surveillance craft set to deploy over Maryland heighten privacy concerns0 CommentsAdelleChattre+4
2014 Jan 27 12 privacy-destroying technologies that should scare you7 CommentsAdelleChattre+46
2015 Dec 19 The Freenet Project Weekend Hackathon has begun!14 CommentsAdeman+24
2013 May 11 U.S. charges 8 in $45M global cybercrime scheme0 CommentsAdhoid+5
2016 Nov 14 AdultFriendFinder was hacked2 CommentsAdityaAnand+4
2016 Dec 12 Anybody know a good password strength checker?13 CommentsAdityaAnand+5
2016 Mar 09 Lots of windows updates today8 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+14
2016 Mar 18 I am monitoring Windows 10 Home with Kaspersky Internet Security5 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+4
2016 Mar 19 Suspicious behaviour of chrome browser13 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+4
2016 Mar 21 Is true Microsoft bypass software firewalls? Need IPs for hardware firewall.4 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+6
2016 Mar 22 I want to continue this 7month old thread about Kaspersky javascript injection1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+3
2016 Mar 25 This week I dual boot linux but I find it inconvenient and need suggestions11 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+5
2016 Mar 26 Warning about the Android version 66 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2016 Mar 27 So I added all the Aegis(by thepower) hosts to my firewall via IP2 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+1
2016 Apr 06 The most suspicious files on my computer come from Firefox and Nvidia10 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 Apr 07 Is signal still open source?3 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2016 Apr 10 I hope you too enjoy this application I found today0 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2016 Apr 15 For You Information: Firefox bypasses the hosts file, simple solution to fix here in aboutconfig0 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 Apr 16 All IPs from Aegis 1.17 converted to the more reliable Kaspersky firewall rules4 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2016 Apr 20 These 2 days I review Windows firewalls1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+1
2016 Apr 22 Its time to give it to for totaltarianism4 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 Apr 24 Here is why Microsoft and Google have to defend their reputation and sue the government (proof pending)10 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+1
2016 Apr 25 Maybe Microsoft hang up on the customers who ask to close ports0 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 Apr 26 Today I reinstall Windows 7 fresh and clean and block bad hosts right away. Big difference!1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+1
2016 Apr 26 I have a new concept called John-PC, please give it some consideration.21 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 Apr 27 Is an Australian privacy focused DNS server really owned by Uber?3 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+3
2016 Apr 29 Regarding Ubisoft privacy1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+2
2016 Apr 29 Here is a better coded speed test site if beta.speedtest.net is not working for you (no 3rd party scripts apart from google)2 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 May 01 For those interested, here is a link of Symantec certificate hosts1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+7
2016 May 03 As of today windows update interferes with Aegis0 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+0
2016 May 04 For 2 days Aegis now blocks windows update and voat has not been updated in 7 days5 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+15
2016 May 04 Warning about known security hole in Kaspersky4 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+3
2016 May 05 Realnetworks Realplayer in 1999 was sued for what is common practice today1 CommentsAdolfVogel4U+15
2014 Mar 07 Is there smartphone and/or carrier not tied to the NSA or Google?7 CommentsAdrenalchrome+1
2016 Feb 27 Posteo.de is it any good?2 CommentsAdures+5
2016 Mar 18 Privacy focused messaging platform?6 CommentsAdures_+7
2016 Apr 26 Will deleting photos from Facebook delete them from all their servers?15 CommentsAdures_+9
2016 Oct 24 Looking for a new phone with physical keyboard. My BB Passport is dying.2 CommentsAdures_+3
2013 Jun 21 Which country has the best internet laws?2 CommentsAdvancedPotato+14
2015 Jul 21 Can you stop someone from blogging about you?3 CommentsAdventureTime25+3
2016 Apr 28 Life with Crypto Backdoors: Stingrays, Government Surveillance and Crime0 CommentsAdvisedWang+4
2012 Nov 24 I see the ProxTube extension advertised quite a lot lately. Be aware that they started injecting ads!1 CommentsAdys+26
2013 Jan 28 Google’s approach to government requests for user data — Official Google Blog1 CommentsAdys+7
2013 Aug 12 [Video] Welcome to Oversight0 CommentsAdys+4
2013 Sep 01 Help send the EFF to SXSW0 CommentsAdys+44
2013 Oct 18 Censoring the Internet: AAISP's director speaks about filtering and ISPs1 CommentsAdys+5
2013 Sep 26 Declassified Documents Reveal NSA Spying On Martin Luther King, Senators, And Journalists During Cold War0 CommentsAequitasExMachina+47
2013 Sep 03 "You have no right to expect privacy when driving on a public road"9 CommentsAerando+23
2015 Feb 02 Browser Fingerprinting0 CommentsAeromancer+4
2016 Dec 13 Privacy and Policing in a Digital World0 CommentsAeromancer+1
2016 Nov 18 Cybersecurity experts discuss the security of America’s electronic voting systems by breaking down vulnerabilities at the state, local and manufacturer level.0 CommentsAfro-_head+2
2016 Sep 21 A U.S. judge just disclosed how often law enforcement asked to secretly track electronic records0 CommentsAfroIndian+4
2012 Jun 05 Your Facebook "Privacy Notice" Is Unenforceable Nonsense0 CommentsAgFirefighter+8
2016 Dec 23 Microsoft Admits It “Went Too Far” with Aggressive Windows 10 Updates18 CommentsAgbul+78
2016 Sep 14 Google Surfacing HTTP vs HTTPS links to sites0 CommentsAgdchz+1
2014 Feb 24 More Than 30 Consumer Groups Urge President To Put Privacy Bill of Rights Into Law1 CommentsAgentDoggett+100
2014 Feb 26 Yes, Police Can Arrest You for Failing to Identify Yourself2 CommentsAgentDoggett+3
2014 Feb 26 boeing is working on a self destructing phone for spies1 CommentsAgentDoggett+0
2014 Jun 27 Protestors Launch a 135-Foot Blimp Over the NSA’s Utah Data Center0 CommentsAgentDoggett+14
2014 Sep 28 Anti-surveillance mask enables you to pass as someone else28 CommentsAgentDoggett+103
2014 Sep 30 Hong Kong protesters are using FireChat to communicate amid fears of network shutdowns. Also Iraqis and Taiwanese students during their anti-Beijing Sunflower Movement. It's not reliant on the internet (which some governments restrict), and it's more clandestine and less traceable.1 CommentsAgentDoggett+12
2014 Oct 30 Brazil-to-Portugal Cable Shapes Up as Anti-NSA Case Study0 CommentsAgentDoggett+34
2015 May 18 Christie offers fiery defense of NSA intelligence gathering13 CommentsAgentDoggett+48
2016 Jun 27 Guide for going Invisible & leaving a Minimal Digital Footprint ?2 CommentsAgentwolf94+1
2015 Nov 21 Hillary Clinton Joins The 'Make Silicon Valley Break Encryption' Bandwagon1 CommentsAgletsHowDoTheyWork+40
2015 Nov 24 "Privacy Policies" should work like Android app permissions.2 CommentsAgletsHowDoTheyWork+4
2016 Mar 01 DJI Phantom 4 drone can track humans, return to base0 CommentsAgussert+1
2013 Aug 15 Where is Anonymous?23 CommentsAhmatt+39
2013 Aug 16 Would you be okay if it was rest of the world being watched?19 CommentsAhmatt+13
2013 Aug 18 TIME journalist says 'I can't wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out Julian Assange.' Here's the deleted tweet. Wikileaks have responded by demanding his resignation. : worldnews2 CommentsAhmatt+17
2013 Aug 23 Bradley Manning's Post-Sentencing Statement0 CommentsAhmatt+9
2014 Nov 06 How to Protect Your Sources in the Age of Surveillance1 CommentsAhmedF+22
2014 Nov 06 Protecting Your Sources In the Age of Surveillance: A Tool Roundup1 CommentsAhmedF+4
2015 May 11 Looking for perspectives on the future of the "Crypto Wars" issue3 CommentsAimHand+3
2014 Jan 31 TED Radio Hour on HuffPost Live, exploring privacy in the 21st century - today at 3:10PM (EST)0 CommentsAirreck+0
2014 Dec 15 This Startup Is Using FOIA to Request Student Email Addresses1 CommentsAirsank+4
2013 Jul 18 The Police Know Where You Have Been and Where You Are Going. Privacy concerns about police technology tracking drivers5 CommentsAjjrel+73
2015 Aug 28 Edward Snowden5 CommentsAkhenaton7+13
2013 Feb 19 How to limit your profile for a company (Facebook)5 CommentsAkiba89+5
2015 Apr 29 Breach of background-checks database may lead to blackmail; hackers infiltrated servers used by US Investigations Services(USIS), a federal contractor which conducts background checks for DHS4 CommentsAlBagDaddy+12
2015 Jul 15 23andMe CEO defends practice of sharing genetic info with pharma companies9 CommentsAlBagDaddy+43
2013 Apr 15 My new book "Hacking Secret Ciphers with Python" is done. 415 pages, 1700 lines of code, free to download. 100% of proceeds go to the EFF, Creative Commons, and Tor Project.13 CommentsAlSweigart+98
2016 Aug 05 Any differences between and ProtonMail?17 CommentsAladar42+1
2016 Dec 05 TLS leaks the hostname via SNI. Metadata gathering by network adversaries can't be evaded with HTTPS alone.0 CommentsAlainODea+8
2010 Jun 28 "I hope that [Facebook] realize[s] that the main reason for so much public outrage goes beyond privacy settings. The issue is fundamentally about trust and informed consent."0 CommentsAlanna+5
2015 Sep 01 What's the worst thing that could happen to me?17 CommentsAlbertoAru+6
2015 Oct 18 Firefox or Lightning?7 CommentsAlbertoAru+16
2015 Nov 01 Battle against Whatsapp / I found this post really interesting, thoughts?2 CommentsAlbertoAru+9
2015 Nov 12 For a happier life, give up Facebook, study says6 CommentsAlbertoAru+57
2015 Nov 18 [2 Questions] If we are under a so massive surveillance, how has been it possible? solution?1 CommentsAlbertoAru+2
2015 Nov 25 Kind of tired. Does it really worth it? I'm searching a solution7 CommentsAlbertoAru+0
2015 Nov 29 To defend the free web, you must save Mozilla10 CommentsAlbertoAru+54
2015 Dec 03 Google’s Student Tracking Isn’t Limited to Chrome Sync0 CommentsAlbertoAru+6
2016 Jan 07Old news ChatSecure, Conversations and Zom (Big announcement)8 CommentsAlbertoAru+13
2016 Jan 16 Thoughts about this searcher called Oscobo?6 CommentsAlbertoAru+9
2016 Jan 23 WhatsApp will share the conversations with Fb. How does it affect me?7 CommentsAlbertoAru+6
2016 Feb 15 Has any of you tried Ring? | GPL3, P2P, AES-128 encryption voice, video and chat communication platform26 CommentsAlbertoAru+15
2016 Feb 18 The last job (The Guardian) made me think about our society in 30 years1 CommentsAlbertoAru+1
2016 Feb 24 This image of Mark Zuckerberg says so much about our future3 CommentsAlbertoAru+6
2016 Mar 05 Should I torify Whatsapp/Telegram?16 CommentsAlbertoAru+5
2016 May 05 What if I decide using Google stuff again?6 CommentsAlbertoAru+0
2016 Jun 04 Location Guard - This addon is massive!! it allows you to fake your location and make websites you're connected from a desert or a ocean9 CommentsAlbertoAru+11
2016 Jun 11 KickassTorrents Enters The Dark Web, Adds Official Tor Address1 CommentsAlbertoAru+27
2016 Jun 28 Why Privacy is more than Crypto | emergency exit0 CommentsAlbertoAru+4
2016 Aug 03 Why the phone number?10 CommentsAlbertoAru+4
2016 Aug 15 Sharing WiFi with a Google user. How does it affect me?1 CommentsAlbertoAru+6
2016 Aug 16 Looks like we can finally use TOR through the Reddit API (x-post /r/bugs)4 CommentsAlbertoAru+2
2016 Sep 03 What's your opinion about his futuristic view?5 CommentsAlbertoAru+3
2016 Oct 05 Snowden movie site contains ad-trackers from doubleclick, googletagmanager, and google analytics. Nice one.20 CommentsAlbertoAru+65
2016 Oct 23 Facebook on Tails20 CommentsAlbertoAru+4
2016 Nov 02 What to use for surveys?8 CommentsAlbertoAru+2
2016 Nov 05 From next year, your broadband provider will have to stop spying on you online36 CommentsAlbertoAru+358
2016 Nov 23 I have a debate via Hangouts on a profile I made exclusively for it on Firefox. What can Google get from it?8 CommentsAlbertoAru+1
2014 Apr 30 Privacy Files: Transparency and Heroes0 CommentsAlbuquerque00+1
2014 Dec 06 How much of your facebook info does logging in give aps like Tinder?4 CommentsAlchemyPhoenix+5
2013 Aug 16 Tor-extending delay networks and privacy?2 CommentsAlecDumbassFatty+3
2016 Apr 03 Is there any similar addon like Social Fixer for Facebook? (nonofficial, new)0 CommentsAlennGK+5
2013 Jun 10 Why did the NSA whistleblower have access to PRISM and other sensitive systems? If they trusted him so easily, can we trust them?2 CommentsAlenonimo+41
2015 Nov 26 Interview with UN Reporters: "Why citizens need encryption as a fundamental human right"2 CommentsAlex-Alekhine+29
2014 Jul 03 Dotcom Encryption Keys Can't Be Given to FBI, Court Rules0 CommentsAlex-L+21
2015 Aug 08 Glasses That Confuse Facial Recognition Systems Are Coming to Japan4 CommentsAlex-L+48
2016 Sep 05 Privacy-Conscious Email Services0 CommentsAlex-L+5
2015 Nov 10 Anybody else experiencing difficulty with online payments when using AdBlock or Privacy badger? I think this is worrying.6 CommentsAlexander_Selkirk+5
2016 Dec 03 Are there any US political parties or candidates that are anti surveillance?3 CommentsAlexandre_Delcomune+3
2016 May 29 What do you think of Discord?11 CommentsAlexrocksdude+3
2016 Nov 18 PSA: To anyone visiting the Christmas Market in Nuremberg5 CommentsAlexrocksdude+18
2015 Apr 17 Priv8: a Firefox add-on that sandbox tabs (cache, cookies, storage)8 CommentsAlfred456654+24
2013 Dec 13 Wall Street Journal: Presidential Task Force Recommends Overhaul of NSA Surveillance Tactics2 CommentsAlgernon_Moncrieff+5
2015 Apr 23 House Passes Cybersecurity Bill Despite Privacy Protests2 CommentsAliRazaSG+29
2015 Apr 27 Internet Privacy Is The Wrong Conversation3 CommentsAliRazaSG+6
2015 May 20 The feds are going after a computer security firm that claims it has more data than Edward Snowden1 CommentsAliRazaSG+34
2015 May 21 U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issues cybersecurity guidance update0 CommentsAliRazaSG+2
2015 May 22 Most Americans Want More Privacy, Don't Trust Advertisers, Social Media Or Search1 CommentsAliRazaSG+78
2015 May 23 Unable to gain an extension, McConnell plans May 31 vote on provisions of Patriot Act0 CommentsAliRazaSG+5
2015 May 23 Mozilla Firefox Introducing Suggested Tiles Based on Users' Browsing Habits1 CommentsAliRazaSG+9
2015 Jun 11 Tim Cook Opens Pandora Box: Apple Technology and Privacy Matters0 CommentsAliRazaSG+27
2015 Jun 11 Zettabox gambles on EU privacy laws to take on Google, Amazon and Microsoft0 CommentsAliRazaSG+2
2015 Jun 13 Cyber security measure blocked in US Senate0 CommentsAliRazaSG+2
2015 Jun 13 Iran says concerned over cyber-security of nuclear talks0 CommentsAliRazaSG+1
2015 Jun 15 Does NSA Spying Leave the U.S. Without Moral High Ground in China Hack?2 CommentsAliRazaSG+8
2015 Jun 18 OPM head blames old security, lax practices for cybersecurity breaches1 CommentsAliRazaSG+3
2015 Jun 18 Edward Snowden Supports Apple’s Public Stance On Privacy1 CommentsAliRazaSG+21
2015 Jun 18 Nasscom signs MoU with Symantec to develop skilled cyber security professionals1 CommentsAliRazaSG+2
2015 Jun 23 Google Accused of “Abusive” Conduct in Privacy App Case0 CommentsAliRazaSG+16
2016 Jul 03 My online presence is heavily linked to my real identity. Help?18 CommentsAliceInHeels95+14
2016 May 06 Question: is it possible to make a killswitch that immediately shuts down my computer?17 CommentsAliceLillie+5
2013 Dec 28 The NSA is Coming to Town0 CommentsAlice_215+1
2015 Nov 30 LA Politician Proposes Bold Plan To Wreck Homes & Abuse License Plate Reader Technology2 CommentsAlice_n_Bob+7
2012 Aug 29 So everyone knows what the US government is doing. Anybody know why?49 CommentsAlienm00se+95
2013 Mar 19 This Corporating Brags it "Collects Real-Time Data on 80% of US Email Addresses". Here's How to Opt-Out. 9 CommentsAlienm00se+11
2015 Aug 05 Best way to have private text message conversations.6 CommentsAliiienWizard+7
2012 Feb 08 3D printing: saviour or piracy tool? 0 CommentsAlina01+1
2012 Feb 24 5 Ways to Legally Rid Yourself of a Peeping Tom0 CommentsAlina01+0
2012 Mar 23 10 Ways Secrets Told Online Don’t Stay Secret 0 CommentsAlina01+0
2014 Apr 14 Bug in Google Chrome allows websites to spy on you3 CommentsAllTheTinFoilHats+22
2013 Dec 16 '60 Minutes' Lies In Aid Of NSA Whitewash12 CommentsAllYouCanEatRedPills+206
2013 Dec 28 Removing info from 10digits seems a little sketchy, what do you think about this?2 CommentsAllYourFuckingFault+2
2014 Feb 12 I want to take extreme action to protect my data, computer and online interactions. Where do I start?14 CommentsAllegedAlligator+8
2013 Aug 09 Can I get some privacy on my smartphone!?! Please…5 CommentsAllureApps+9
2015 Sep 30 "Peeple": the first social media network where your profile is written by other people12 CommentsAlmafeta+24
2015 Oct 30 Second Circuit Court allows NSA to resume bulk collection of phone metadata1 CommentsAlmafeta+30
2015 Aug 11 Windows 10 sharing passwords11 CommentsAlmondJellySystems+5
2013 Aug 27 Colorado Sells Data To Marketers: " there is no way to opt out of these lists and anyone can buy them"0 CommentsAlopexx+56
2015 Jul 23Misleading title 600TB MongoDB Database 'accidentally' exposed on the Internet2 CommentsAlose1982+9
2015 Oct 03 Searching for a private VoIP program3 CommentsAlpacaKid+7
2015 Oct 25 Opt out of global data surveillance programs3 CommentsAlpacaKid+12
2015 Nov 17 Quality, secure video chat software; does it not exist?6 CommentsAlpacaKid+2
2016 Aug 03 Received this as a Skype user; new Microsoft privacy policy0 CommentsAlpacaKid+19
2016 Oct 27 Private focused mobile phone18 CommentsAlpacaKid+8
2015 Dec 11 Storing personal data in the cloud - Best options?6 CommentsAlphaQ69+7
2015 Nov 03 They will "hopefully" never be able to track you again...at least when you're on the internet.1 CommentsAlphacoon+2
2017 Jan 14 Can the government search my machine just because i use tor?15 CommentsAlretidead+4
2017 Jan 22 Do you guys use online banking?12 CommentsAlretidead+10
2014 Oct 18 I'm looking for a new router, the main feature I require is robust privacy features and reliability. Could you help me choose the right one?4 CommentsAlsk1911+2
2016 Sep 29 Privacy noon here. What are the most secure messaging apps and why are they so secure?11 CommentsAlterBoyToy+5
2016 Apr 07 WhatsApp and the backdoor battle0 CommentsAlterHog+1
2015 Jun 12 French privacy regulator demands Google make ‘right to be forgotten’ global31 CommentsAluminiumMk1+146
2015 Jul 29 French dating sites 'not protecting client privacy'0 CommentsAluminiumMk1+1
2016 Feb 17 Apple: A Message to Our Customers147 CommentsAluminiumMk1+1722
2016 Feb 18 John McAfee: 'I'll decrypt the San Bernardino phone for free so Apple doesn't need to place a back door on its product'19 CommentsAluminiumMk1+27
2016 Feb 29 France will consider a law that would impose fines of €1 million on Apple and Google if they refused to decrypt smartphones belonging to terrorists.0 CommentsAluminiumMk1+3
2016 Mar 07 France votes to penalise companies for refusing to decrypt devices, messages7 CommentsAluminiumMk1+48
2016 Mar 28 Apple's San Bernardino fight is officially over as court confirms working attack4 CommentsAluminiumMk1+14
2016 Apr 01 Father begs Apple CEO to help unlock his dead 13-year-old son’s iPhone9 CommentsAluminiumMk1+5
2016 Apr 06 John McAfee: 'A time bomb is hidden beneath the Panama Papers', points out vulnerability of law forms from cyber attacks0 CommentsAluminiumMk1+5
2016 Apr 20 The FBI has gotten no new leads from the San Bernardino iPhone4 CommentsAluminiumMk1+75
2016 Apr 26 Most secure/privacy oriented tablet?3 CommentsAlvailin+3
2012 Feb 15 Spoofing Facebook Data9 CommentsAmadameus+14
2014 Jul 31 Privacy management service: Safe Shepherd0 CommentsAmadameus+4
2016 Aug 14 Guide os,linux,tor,iptables.3 CommentsAmane_Misa+4
2013 Jul 09 Best-selling author Howard Bloom explains how "terrorist threat" laws have OBLITERATED your constitutional rights.0 CommentsAmazingFuckinAtheist+8
2012 Sep 05 Anonymous And FBI Fight On Twitter Over Allegedly Hacked Apple UDIDs 1 CommentsAmericanDerp+9
2013 Aug 09 Question -- given Lavabit and everything else today, what would happen if someone actually developed and created an email service that was somehow truly 100% anonymous AND kept no logging, even for payments?15 CommentsAmericanDerp+11
2013 Sep 09 A new subreddit specifically for news stories about world governments infringing upon rights: Bad Government, No Freedom.0 CommentsAmericanDerp+0
2013 Sep 11 How long would it's security last, in theory, if someone invented a new language to communicate through?4 CommentsAmericanDerp+1
2013 Sep 12 The Battle for Your Digital Soul1 CommentsAmericanDerp+3
2014 Jun 23 Delaware Attorney General Throws Subpoeana At Reddit Over Comment On Photo Of Two People Having Sex Behind A Dumpster2 CommentsAmericanDerp+47
2014 Jul 09 Email lists similar to [liberationtech]?0 CommentsAmericanDerp+3
2015 Jan 14 China to force social media users to declare their real names0 CommentsAmericanDerp+4
2015 Aug 18 Data from hack of Ashley Madison cheater site purportedly dumped online3 CommentsAmericanDerp+48
2015 Oct 18 How NSA successfully Broke Trillions of Encrypted Connections7 CommentsAmericanDerp+177
2016 Feb 24 From Fines To Jail Time: How Apple Could Be Punished For Defying FBI1 CommentsAmericanDerp+3
2016 Feb 24 Realistically, what would happen politically and legally if Apple's next update made it impossible for the company to ever again unlock a device without the express manual intervention of the device owner?5 CommentsAmericanDerp+3
2016 Jul 19 Check out "Bad Government, No Freedom" -- a subreddit for news and stories about various governments stomping on your rights and rights you expect - /r/badgovnofreedom1 CommentsAmericanDerp+1
2016 Jul 19 Federal Agents Went Undercover To Spy on Anti-Fracking Movement, Emails Reveal7 CommentsAmericanDerp+248
2017 Jan 06 Wikileaks Considering Doxxing All Verified Twitter Users3 CommentsAmericanDerp+0
2016 May 24 Terms and Conditions Word by Word: Norwegian watchdog demonstrate how asinine online contracts are by livestreaming the reading of terms of apps on an average phone. Parliament members, researchers and celebrities participate, and reading everything is expected to take well over 24 hours24 CommentsAmezis+401
2014 Jul 27 Am I being tracked?3 CommentsAmibeingtracked+1
2012 Oct 14 Top 5 online privacy misconceptions3 CommentsAmon_Rudh+20
2012 Nov 02 Judge orders the FBI to explain their Internet spy plans2 CommentsAmon_Rudh+13
2012 Nov 25 How to Stop Companies From Collecting and Selling Your Facebook Info0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+11
2013 Jan 16 How The FBI's Desire To Wiretap Every New Technology Makes Us Less Safe2 CommentsAmon_Rudh+52
2013 Apr 15 Burner: Disposable Phone Numbers For Voice, SMS0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+4
2013 Jun 02 Maine Passes Legislation to Require Warrant for Cellphone Tracking1 CommentsAmon_Rudh+52
2013 Jun 18 Woz: This is not my America0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+16
2013 Jun 23 Microsoft Was Lying About Skype, It’s More or Less an NSA Honeypot4 CommentsAmon_Rudh+87
2013 Jun 23 Interview with Gabriel Weinberg: Why I've built a search engine that doesn't follow you0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+11
2013 Jun 25 You've heard that the government and big corporations are spying, but do you have any idea how widespread the spying really is?0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+2
2013 Jul 17 Will the NSA use the Kinect to spy on you?8 CommentsAmon_Rudh+15
2013 Jul 31 Freedom to photograph under threat0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+29
2013 Aug 26 StartPage and Ixquick deploy Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) to protect against surveillance8 CommentsAmon_Rudh+50
2013 Sep 10 American Government Propose SOPA Revival Amidst Piracy Increase Claims1 CommentsAmon_Rudh+45
2013 Oct 08 Jacob Appelbaum Doesn't Have Much Hope for the Future of Privacy0 CommentsAmon_Rudh+18
2013 Oct 27 Chrome's Auto-complete feature may send Credit Card information to web servers2 CommentsAmon_Rudh+11
2013 Dec 01 We're One Step Closer to Ending Mass Surveillance59 CommentsAmon_Rudh+223
2014 Apr 10 Google Chrome now remembers the passwords your bank doesn’t want it to1 CommentsAmon_Rudh+8
2013 Sep 12 So why is my broadband provider opting to rent me a DOCSIS 3.0 router/modem instead of just a modem?16 CommentsAmphibiousToes+8
2015 Aug 07 How to Stop Cortana/SearchUI.exe From Running on Windows 1014 CommentsAn0n-E-M0use+19
2016 Jun 12 Orlando.68 CommentsAn0n-E-M0use+134
2013 May 12 Why don't more people worry about their privacy, and what can we do do to change this?89 CommentsAn0nymauz+88
2016 Dec 19 Google facing FTC scrutiny over privacy — yet again0 CommentsAnarchristus+2
2016 Nov 12 Surveillance Self-Defense Against the Trump Administration3 CommentsAnarcoDude+14
2015 Nov 28 Bitcoin Core to work with Tor by default as of v0.12 [/r/bitcoin]3 CommentsAnde2101+10
2014 May 06 The next version of DuckDuckGo uses OpenStreetMap for Places0 CommentsAndiG88+58
2016 Jul 19 Private browsing on public wifi and company issued laptop5 CommentsAndre625+2
2014 Nov 03 I just thought this belongs here!48 CommentsAndrej_ID+728
2015 Apr 04 How do you know if your VPN is working?15 CommentsAndrew623224+19
2015 Apr 06 PIA or Avast SecureLine VPN?1 CommentsAndrew623224+0
2016 Sep 14 Question about Computer Serial Numbers2 CommentsAndrewRowe86+1
2013 Mar 05 Click! Network Information Disclosure Problem0 CommentsAndrewX192+0
2016 Jul 25 iPhone GPS agenda?4 CommentsAndrewZabar+1
2016 Dec 18 Evernote decides not to commit popularity suicide8 CommentsAndrewZabar+7
2014 Sep 25 Getting a lot of OCSP errors lately..3 CommentsAndrewsk1+5
2014 Nov 23 NSA Backdoor Exploit in Windows 8 Uncovered (x-post from r/worldpolitics)34 CommentsAndrewsk1+124
2014 Dec 27 Open source / self-hosted Pushbullet alternatives?3 CommentsAndrewsk1+6
2016 Jun 06 Theoretically, if someone gained access to your phone for 15 minutes, what's the worst they could do from a malicious app perspective?4 CommentsAndroidPrivacyThrow+1
2017 Jan 14 Facebook processes your photos to try and determine the subject matter. Was it just me that didn't know this? (Automatic Alternative Text)3 CommentsAndyMV+5
2009 Jul 14 Top 10 web proxy sites0 CommentsAnelly85+3
2015 Apr 01 Why ‘The Nation’ Is Suing the Federal Government: The NSA is monitoring almost all of our international communications. This is a fundamental violation of First and Fourth Amendment rights.22 CommentsAngelaMotorman+371
2014 Jun 05 Turning off your iPhone won't stop NSA bugs, but this will1 CommentsAngeloFrei+8
2014 Jun 05 Top 5 debunked defenses for NSA0 CommentsAngeloFrei+10
2016 Sep 19 How menacing graph.facebook.com might be?1 CommentsAnglerBird+9
2016 Sep 21 Don't Use Google Allo80 CommentsAngristan+188
2013 Jun 17 What to Teach Your Kids, Employees and Interns about Social Media.0 CommentsAngryRantingRealist+3
2013 Jun 11 There is a new subreddit called RestoreSectionEight which has been created to combat foreign and domestic surveillance in Canada. We are asking for the support of /r/privacy.0 CommentsAngry_Dissident+11
2014 Nov 09 Logs of compromised Tor site released0 CommentsAnimated_meerkat+7
2013 Sep 26 Ad-tracking Controls Need Serious New Direction0 CommentsAnnieCBai+1
2012 Apr 24 No warrant needed, no privacy: Judge rules even deleted tweets can be used in court1 CommentsAnomaly100+5
2012 Jun 27 Newest Creepy Way to Frame Your Boss on Facebook?, "Who's taking drugs," or posting their new phone number as a public Facebook status? There's a brand new site out there that is collecting these tidbits and letting the world know and that's not all..."0 CommentsAnomaly100+11
2012 Jul 02 Ridiculous claims of respecting your privacy after violating it 0 CommentsAnomaly100+10
2012 Jul 19 Interview: World's most famous hacker Kevin Mitnick on mobile security & Zimperium0 CommentsAnomaly100+2
2012 Sep 06 Reasonable expectation of privacy in a world where Big Brother is WWWatching?6 CommentsAnomaly100+14
2012 Sep 20 "Is your credit card PIN number 1234? Sadly that unimaginative choice accounted for 11% of the 3.4 million four-digit passwords recently analyzed. Does your banking PIN, or mobile phone password, start with 19? If so, then a crook stands a decent chance at cracking your security code. "9 CommentsAnomaly100+41
2013 Apr 12Advice I need to securely and safely delete all relevant data with regards to online activity5 CommentsAnon1234567891011+13
2013 Sep 07 Freenet the private uncensorable anonymous network1 CommentsAnon124124+3
2014 Sep 13 Are there any "Bug Detectors" that are useful?2 CommentsAnonBTCShoppin+9
2013 Jul 22 OffPocket Protects Your Privacy from Prying Eyes0 CommentsAnonCaz+2
2012 Oct 02 Is this shit even legal? Who needs security with EULAs like this: "YOU ASSUME THE SOLE RISK OF ANY UNAUTHORIZED OR INTENTIONAL INTRUSION,"4 CommentsAnonazon2+17
2013 Apr 03 SoundCloud has the most transparent and reasonable privacy policy I've ever seen on a website0 CommentsAnonazon2+0
2016 Sep 24 Thoughts on /r/privacy20 CommentsAnondayon+0
2016 Sep 24 The biggest problem with privacy recommendations5 CommentsAnondayon+0
2012 Nov 06Advice How can I tell if a key logger has been installed on my computer?59 CommentsAnonissue+52
2014 May 26 The not so anonymous anonymity network.3 CommentsAnonman9+7
2016 Dec 12 What privacy emails work with Thunderbird?6 CommentsAnonymity_DNE+3
2016 Dec 30 Some questions on dropbox and cryptomator3 CommentsAnonymity_DNE+4
2016 Apr 26 U.S. weighs disclosure of number of surveilled Americans -spy chief1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2016 Apr 28 WE’RE GOING HTTPS: HERE’S HOW WIRED IS TACKLING A HUGE SECURITY UPGRADE9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+17
2016 May 08 Extensions that automatically enforce HTTPS websites when available??0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 May 09 Twitter reportedly told analytics company to stop supplying information to US intelligence agencies0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 May 09 This App Can Tell You If Your iPhone Has Been Secretly Hacked4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 May 13 What is the Safest Web Browser? Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, and Safari Comparison Chart6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 May 14 Who Will Own Your Data If the Tech Bubble Bursts?1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+12
2016 May 15 Everything we know about how the FBI hacks people2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+21
2016 May 18 Apple’s banned an iPhone app that let you know if you were being spied on36 CommentsAnonymousAurele+424
2016 May 19 New Surveillance System may let Cops use All of the Cameras6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+60
2016 May 19 TeslaCrypt: We're Sorry, Here's the Decryption Key0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+14
2016 May 19 Lawsuit claims Facebook illegally scanned private messages2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 May 20 Linux Full Disk Encryption - Questionare21 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 May 20 Incensing critics, Google engineer ends push for crypto-only setting in Allo4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+27
2016 May 23 How the Pentagon punished NSA whistleblowers0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+24
2016 May 23 Beware of keystroke loggers disguised as USB phone chargers, FBI warns4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+14
2016 May 24 GCHQ infosec group disclosed kernel privilege exploit to Apple6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+37
2016 May 24 Apple rehires prominent security pro as encryption fight boils5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+63
2016 May 25 A Car's Computer Can 'Fingerprint' You In Minutes Based On How You Drive7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 May 25 Canary Watch – One Year Later2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+16
2016 May 26 This Map Tracks Where Governments Hack Activists and Reporters0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 May 26 “Forbidden attack” makes dozens of HTTPS Visa sites vulnerable to tampering0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 May 26 Microsoft May Ban Your Favorite Password12 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 May 27 Push for Encryption Law Falters Despite Apple Case Spotlight0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 May 27 Skein in FreeBSD1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 May 27 EFF to FCC: Prevent ISPs From Following Your Every Internet Move4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+76
2016 May 31 How the Top 5 PC Makers Open Your Laptop to Hackers0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 May 31 Cluster of “megabreaches” compromise a whopping 642 million passwords0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Jun 01 Is there a market for a $14,000 super-secure Android phone?6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jun 01 Yahoo Publishes National Security Letters After FBI Drops Gag Orders25 CommentsAnonymousAurele+295
2016 Jun 02 Tattoo Recognition Research Threatens Free Speech and Privacy7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+36
2016 Jun 02 Why Autocorrect for Passwords Is a Great Idea8 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Jun 02 FBI Kept Demanding Email Records Despite DOJ Saying It Needed A Warrant2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+122
2016 Jun 03 Facebook Does Not Use Your Phone’s Microphone for Ads or News Feed Stories2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+0
2016 Jun 03 Synaptics' under-glass fingerprint reader is almost here2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jun 03 TeamViewer users are being hacked in bulk, and we still don’t know how3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+40
2016 Jun 03 WordPress plugin with 10,000+ installations being exploited in the wild0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Jun 05 3 Years Later, the Snowden Leaks Have Changed How the World Sees NSA Surveillance0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+88
2016 Jun 06 Breaking silence, ex-Tor developer decries “vicious and spurious allegations”34 CommentsAnonymousAurele+53
2016 Jun 07 A Coalition Says to Congress: End 702 or Enact Reforms0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jun 07 This Screen-Scrambling Tool Only Reveals Your Browser with Special Glasses8 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Jun 07 EFF Urges Senate Not to Expand FBI’s Controversial National Security Letter Authority0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+101
2016 Jun 08 The FBI is on the Cusp of Obtaining Three Extremely Dangerous New Powers38 CommentsAnonymousAurele+408
2016 Jun 08 Firefox 48 finally enables Electrolysis for multi-process goodness1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 10 How Apple Could Make Your iPhone and Mac Even More Secure1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2016 Jun 11 Fingerprint Unlock Security: iOS vs. Google Android (Part I)1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+19
2016 Jun 11 Breaking BitLocker Encryption: Brute Forcing the Backdoor (Part I)1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+11
2016 Jun 11 House Poised to Advance Privacy and Defend Encryption…If Allowed to Vote0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+17
2016 Jun 12PDF How US Transnational Fiber Cables Are Tapped10 CommentsAnonymousAurele+147
2016 Jun 13 Apple promises to deliver AI smarts without sacrificing your privacy45 CommentsAnonymousAurele+50
2016 Jun 14 Apple's 'Differential Privacy' Is About Collecting Your Data - But Not *Your* Data4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Jun 14 How a college student tricked 17k coders into running his sketchy script0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+9
2016 Jun 14 Goodbye, Obamaberry. Hello, Obamadroid.2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 15 Apple mandates App Store apps support ATS security protocol by 20172 CommentsAnonymousAurele+13
2016 Jun 15 A California County Breaks New Ground for Surveillance Transparency1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2016 Jun 15 New Report: FBI Can Access Hundreds of Millions of Face Recognition Photos0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+15
2016 Jun 15 The FCC Must Update ISP Privacy Rules0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Jun 16 Apple's Big Security Upgrades Will Save You From Yourself3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Jun 19 Report claims Intel CPUs contain enormous security flaw5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 19 Mozilla Tests Firefox Containers For Separate Online Identities13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+69
2016 Jun 21 Jewel v. NSA Moves Forward—Time For NSA To Answer Basic Questions About Mass Surveillance0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+42
2016 Jun 22 Apple Opens Up iPhone Code in What Could Be Savvy Strategy or Security Screwup7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 22 Going to Cleveland to Protest the RNC this Summer? Beware the Local Surveillance Tech0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Jun 23 Federal Court: The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+28
2016 Jun 23 As It Searches for Suspects, the FBI May Be Looking at You0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Jun 23 Perv Utopia: Light on MacBook webcams can be bypassed4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+11
2016 Jun 24 “Godless” apps, some found in Google Play, root 90% of Android phones2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Jun 26 So Hey You Should Stop Using Texts For Two-Factor Authentication5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+26
2016 Jun 30 Congressional Report is the Latest to Slam a Bad Crypto Bill1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Jun 30 Hillary Clinton’s Initiative on Technology & Innovation3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+8
2016 Jul 01 Android’s full-disk encryption just got much weaker—here’s why38 CommentsAnonymousAurele+141
2016 Jul 01 Congress Seeks to Expand Warrantless Surveillance Under the Patriot Act0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+19
2016 Jul 02 Security Tips Every Signal User Should Know12 CommentsAnonymousAurele+50
2016 Jul 05 Tor Privacy settings coming to Firefox9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+81
2016 Jul 06 Big Brother is listening as well as watching5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+9
2016 Jul 06 Government to cellphone makers: Up your security game11 CommentsAnonymousAurele+56
2016 Jul 06 Google Is Transforming NYC's Payphones Into a 'Personalized Propaganda Engine'0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+20
2016 Jul 06 FBI Must Not Sidestep Privacy Protections For Massive Collection of Biometric Data5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+245
2016 Jul 07 Google Tests New Crypto in Chrome To Fend Off Quantum Attacks1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jul 08 HTTPS crypto’s days are numbered. Here’s how Google wants to save it1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+32
2016 Jul 11 CISSP certification: Are multiple choice tests the best way to hire infosec pros?1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+8
2016 Jul 11 Report on the Vulnerabilities Equities Process1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2016 Jul 11 Now it’s easy to see if leaked passwords work on other sites0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Jul 21 Hacker Claims to Have Sold Leaked Terrorism Watchlist 'World-Check' For $20,0002 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Jul 21 Hacker ‘Phineas Fisher’ Speaks on Camera for the First Time—Through a Puppet0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Jul 21 Police asked this 3D printing lab to recreate a dead man’s fingers to unlock his phone1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Jul 22 Software flaw puts mobile phones and networks at risk of complete takeover0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jul 23 Malicious computers caught snooping on Tor-anonymized Dark Web sites1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+26
2016 Jul 26 NIST declares the age of SMS-based 2-factor authentication over0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jul 26 New attack that cripples HTTPS crypto works on Macs, Windows, and Linux1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Jul 26 NVIDIA Pascal: a Great Password Cracking Tool0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Jul 27 Mac OS Forensics: Attacking FileVault 24 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Jul 27 Breaking BitLocker Encryption: Brute Forcing the Backdoor (Part II)3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Jul 29 WhatsApp isn’t fully deleting its 'deleted' chats5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+45
2016 Jul 31 Meet Moxie Marlinspike, the Anarchist Bringing Encryption to All of Us59 CommentsAnonymousAurele+316
2016 Jul 31 There are limits to 2FA and it can be near-crippling to your digital life7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Aug 02 Murder victim’s phone unlocked with paper fingerprint after 3D printing fails0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Aug 02 Judge: FBI violated the Constitution when it bugged county courthouse9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+463
2016 Aug 02 Frequent password changes are the enemy of security, FTC technologist says2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 03 New attack steals SSNs, e-mail addresses, and more from HTTPS pages3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+44
2016 Aug 03 Microsoft won't fix Windows flaw that lets hackers steal your username and password15 CommentsAnonymousAurele+97
2016 Aug 04clickbait 'It’s Time': Whistleblower Edward Snowden Tweets Mysterious Warning1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Aug 04 Which Form Of Two-Factor Authentication Should I Use?9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+39
2016 Aug 04 Apple’s New Privacy Technology May Pressure Competitors to Better Protect Our Data23 CommentsAnonymousAurele+144
2016 Aug 07 Department of Justice Official Tells Hundred Federal Judges to Use Tor1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+15
2016 Aug 08 Major Qualcomm chip security flaws expose 900M Android users7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+69
2016 Aug 08 People look guiltier when their actions are viewed in slow motion1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 09 Researchers crack open unusually advanced malware that hid for 5 years8 CommentsAnonymousAurele+204
2016 Aug 09 Apple's security measures in iOS detailed at Black Hat conference1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 10 Android Vulnerabilities0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Aug 10 Microsoft Secure Boot Key0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+0
2016 Aug 10 In Bizarre Reversal, FBI Suddenly Claims It Is Not Negotiating With States Over Face Recognition Access0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+8
2016 Aug 12 New air-gap jumper covertly transmits data in hard-drive sounds5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+20
2016 Aug 14 Cryptography Experts Recommend Apple Replace its iMessage Encryption2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+13
2016 Aug 15 ​Australian Authorities Hacked Computers in the US2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+24
2016 Aug 15 Hackers claim to be selling NSA cyberweapons in online auction1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 Aug 15 Linux bug leaves 1.4 billion Android users vulnerable to hijacking attacks4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 Aug 15 New method for detecting hardware Trojans1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Aug 15 Respect: Windows 10 security impresses hackers4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 15 Spy Tech: FBI Seeks Covert Audio Recorder for Smartphones2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Aug 16 China's new satellite would create the world's largest quantum network1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 16 Email Provider Linked to Alleged NSA Dumps: We Can't Help4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+14
2016 Aug 16 Snowden speculates leak of NSA spying tools is tied to Russian DNC hack16 CommentsAnonymousAurele+58
2016 Aug 16 Wave of Spoofed Encryption Keys Shows Weakness in PGP Implementation2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Aug 17 Pentagon Issues First Update To Domestic Surveillance Guidelines In 35 Years, Not All Of It Good2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Aug 17 Pentagon Releases New Procedures for Intelligence Collection2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+20
2016 Aug 17 Cisco confirms NSA-linked zeroday targeted its firewalls for years1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Aug 18 Shadow Brokers: The insider theory8 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 Aug 19 Court Says Man Can Sue Maker Of Web-Monitoring Software For Wiretap Act Violations1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+36
2016 Aug 19 We Shouldn’t Wait Another Fifteen Years for a Conversation About Government Hacking0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+38
2016 Aug 19 How the NSA snooped on encrypted Internet traffic for a decade0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+72
2016 Aug 30 Keystroke Recognition from Wi-Fi Distortion3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+14
2016 Aug 30 Hacker Shows Us How to Unlock a Laptop Using an NSA Tool1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Aug 31 New cloud attack takes full control of virtual machines with little effort2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Sep 02 The Shadow Brokers Publish NSA Spy Tools, Demonstrating Possible Flaws in the NSA’s Approach to Security Vulnerabilities2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+53
2016 Sep 06 Activists to FBI: Show Us Your Warrant for Mass Hack of TorMail Users16 CommentsAnonymousAurele+363
2016 Sep 06 Inside Menwith Hill The NSA's British Base at the Heart of U.S. Targeted Killing1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+18
2016 Sep 11 Federal Judge: Hacking Someone's Computer Is Definitely a 'Search'15 CommentsAnonymousAurele+381
2016 Sep 12 AI Can Recognize Your Face Even If It's Pixelated1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Sep 15 Recovering an iPhone 5c Passcode0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Sep 15 Signal bug lets attackers tamper with encrypted messages—patch now2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+34
2016 Sep 21 iPhone passcode bypassed with NAND mirroring attack4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+13
2016 Sep 21 Unprecedented and Unlawful: The NSA’s “Upstream” Surveillance2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+30
2016 Sep 21 Bug that hit Firefox and Tor browsers was hard to spot—now we know why2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+27
2016 Sep 22 Oversight orders Reddit to preserve deleted posts in Clinton investigation58 CommentsAnonymousAurele+477
2016 Sep 23 iOS 10: Security Weakness Discovered, Backup Passwords Much Easier to Break3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+30
2016 Sep 27 Facial Recognition, Differential Privacy, and Trade-Offs in Apple's Latest OS Releases1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+17
2016 Oct 08 USA FREEDOM Act Requires Government to Declassify Any Order to Yahoo0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+56
2016 Oct 18 Report: One In Two American Adults Is In A Face Recognition Database0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Oct 27 Obama’s Silence on Crypto Could Set the Stage For Bad Policies to Come5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+30
2016 Oct 27 The FCC just passed sweeping new rules to protect your online privacy1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+16
2016 Oct 28 Google teaches “AIs” to invent their own crypto and avoid eavesdropping3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2016 Oct 28 EFF to Supreme Court: Cell Phone Location Data Is Off-Limits to Police Without a Warrant3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+105
2016 Oct 29 MacBook Pro + Secure Enclave + TouchID5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Oct 29 The MacBook Pro's Most Important New Fearure? TouchID29 CommentsAnonymousAurele+32
2016 Nov 01 When The FBI Has A Phone It Can't Crack, It Calls These Israeli Hackers5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+32
2016 Nov 02 First on The Cipher Brief: Snowden's Boss Shares Lessons Learned0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+2
2016 Nov 03 How to block the ultrasonic signals you didn’t know were tracking you5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+25
2016 Nov 08 If The FBI Can't Stop All These Leaks About An Investigation, Why Would it Be Able To Keep Encryption Backdoor Secret?35 CommentsAnonymousAurele+676
2016 Nov 09 What The Election Means For Stuff Techdirt Cares About?1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+4
2016 Nov 10 These Fake Fingerprint Stickers Let You Access a Protected Phone While Wearing Gloves3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+13
2016 Nov 15 US judge orders FBI, CIA to disclose Occupy surveillance0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+40
2016 Nov 15Misleading title Major Linux security hole gapes open9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+11
2016 Nov 17 America' Top Spy Talks Snowden Leaks and Our Ominous Future4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+12
2016 Nov 17 Oregon Senator Ron Wyden threatens to filibuster if Trump goes after encryption20 CommentsAnonymousAurele+99
2016 Nov 18 New iOS Flaw Lets Anyone Bypass iPhone Passcode and See Photos, Messages2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2016 Nov 22 Great. Now Even Your Handphones Can Spy On You12 CommentsAnonymousAurele+53
2016 Nov 22 Tor phone is antidote to Google “hostility” over Android, says developer13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+76
2016 Nov 28 Lawyer who argued for landmark SCOTUS privacy decision says Trump “is a moron”0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+6
2016 Nov 30 Firefox 0day in the wild is being used to attack Tor users13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+19
2016 Dec 05 Google’s DeepMind AI can lip-read TV shows better than a pro31 CommentsAnonymousAurele+230
2016 Dec 05 The Big Business of Making a Cannabis Surveillance State1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+35
2016 Dec 07 Shareholders Demand Transparency for AT&T’s Hemisphere Phone Records Spying Program0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+78
2016 Dec 10 With help from The Guardian Project, Onion Browser for iOS is Now Free12 CommentsAnonymousAurele+49
2016 Dec 10 Op-ed: I’m throwing in the towel on PGP, and I work in security7 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 Dec 14 Apple designing its own iCloud servers to avoid surveillance9 CommentsAnonymousAurele+90
2016 Dec 14 Evernote Employees Can Read Your Notes, and There's No Way To Opt Out150 CommentsAnonymousAurele+850
2016 Dec 15 Twitter Cuts Off Fusion Centers From Social Media Surveillance Tools6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+18
2016 Dec 17 Google, Apple And Uber Say They Would Not Help Build A Muslim Registry13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+33
2016 Dec 19 House committee urges Congress to pass Stingray surveillance legislation6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+10
2016 Dec 20 Op-ed: Why I’m not giving up on PGP4 CommentsAnonymousAurele+5
2016 Dec 22 Victory! Court Rejects Government’s Secrecy Claims in EFF’s Hemisphere Suit2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+84
2016 Dec 23 Danger Close: Fancy Bear Tracking of Ukrainian Field Artillery Units0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+8
2016 Dec 23 The Dark Side of VR - Virtual Reality Allows the Most Detailed, Intimate Digital Surveillance Yet5 CommentsAnonymousAurele+48
2016 Dec 30 Feds Can Unlock Most Devices They Need To Get Into, FBI Admits33 CommentsAnonymousAurele+198
2017 Jan 09Misleading title The official Tor browser for iOS is free to use13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+21
2017 Jan 09 Congress Must Pass Long-Delayed Email Privacy Bill2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2017 Jan 11 Microsoft to address latest Windows 10 privacy concerns with Creators Update6 CommentsAnonymousAurele+7
2017 Jan 14 Boston Police Cancels Plan To Buy $1.4 Million Social Media Surveillance System13 CommentsAnonymousAurele+266
2017 Jan 16 Google reveals its servers all contain custom security silicon22 CommentsAnonymousAurele+120
2017 Jan 18 EFF to BART: Adopt Spy Tech Control Law1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+3
2017 Jan 18 Newly discovered Mac malware found in the wild also works well on Linux3 CommentsAnonymousAurele+77
2017 Jan 19 CIA reveals new rules for handling information on Americans1 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2017 Jan 20 Feds force doctors and pharmacists to spy on 60% of Americans0 CommentsAnonymousAurele+1
2017 Jan 20 Washington State Bill Would End Support of Warrantless Federal Spying Program2 CommentsAnonymousAurele+44
2013 Aug 05 A public service announcement regarding the recent tor exploit from Operation NSA2 CommentsAnonymousOpNSA+24
2015 May 30 'Fingerprinting' AFK - let's list ways it can be done.6 CommentsAnonymousUser01385+9
2014 Jun 22 How much should I be concerned with browser extensions?6 CommentsAnotherMasterMind+5
2014 Jan 31 Privacy friendly blog hosts?5 CommentsAntelectual+2
2016 Apr 27 Canada Is Considering Spying on Kids to Stop Cyberbullying3 CommentsAnthraxX-07+29
2014 Sep 19 Avast and other AV's obliterated by FinFisher, a government sponsored malware - WikiLeaks2 CommentsAnti-NSA+18
2014 Jan 05 Adblock Plus's EasyPrivacy list does NOT block google analytics, here's how to fix it14 CommentsAnti-anty-antie0+16
2016 Aug 05 New subreddit r/AntiFacebook will chart Facebook's biggest privacy abuses1 CommentsAnti_Facebook+14
2013 Sep 29 Is it feasible to camouflage an encrypted file with pseudo-random free space wipe?3 CommentsAntimutt+8
2016 Dec 29 Is Disconnect Premium worth the $50 per year?6 CommentsAntinatalistBitch+1
2015 May 15 The UK Government may ban software that encrypts messaging, such as WhatsApp and SnapChat. If they do, what can people in Britain do to keep their communications private?21 CommentsAnxiousMo-Fo+40
2009 Sep 15 Coalition of Authors, Publishers urge rejection of Google Electronic Book deal as invasion of privacy0 CommentsAnym0use+2
2012 Aug 08 Cory Doctorow: The Coming Century of War Against Your Computer - The Long Now2 CommentsAnzahl+6
2012 Aug 21 Sixth Circuit Approves Warrantless Tracking of Cell Phone Location. JOLT Digest » Harvard Journal of Law & Technology1 CommentsAnzahl+29
2015 Jul 16 Add law enforcement as additional communication partner.9 CommentsApfelbaumFlo+0
2014 Aug 25 Anyone familiar with TDD? The EFF needs your help with both Privacy Badger and HTTPS Everywhere.0 CommentsAphix+36
2014 Sep 17 EXCLUSIVE: New Connect.gov Aims to Consolidate Your Passwords1 CommentsAphix+5
2014 Nov 01 Discussion I'm convinced my Android phone listens to me and then Google suggests links, ads, etc. directly tied to my conversation. [Xpost r/technology]3 CommentsAphix+6
2014 Dec 11 A Day in the Life (of Judge Richard)1 CommentsAphix+18
2014 Apr 14 Google has just ended privacy. It's all over, folks. We might as well just walk around naked now.1 CommentsAplusplusplus+0
2014 Jun 05 5,000 Years of History Shows that Mass Spying Is Always Aimed at Crushing Dissent1 CommentsAplusplusplus+93
2014 Jun 11 The National Security Agency is making an ironic excuse for why it can’t stop deleting data evidence that could be used against it, despite receiving multiple court orders to stop – it doesn’t know how.9 CommentsAplusplusplus+81
2015 Dec 02 Do we have any rights any more?0 CommentsApophonia+1
2012 Jul 31 AppRights: EFF's 'Mobile User Privacy Bill of Rights' - A Starting Point for Legislation?0 CommentsAppRights+2
2012 Aug 02 AppRights takes the legislative process to Twitter via #PrivChat0 CommentsAppRights+4
2015 Aug 08 Help Me Become Private3 CommentsAppScrews+4
2013 Jul 14 Harsh criticism follows US-German talks on NSA9 CommentsApplemacbookpro+97
2014 Sep 21 Reasons (not) to trust Apple's privacy promises2 CommentsApplemacbookpro+30
2014 Oct 01 How to use the Tor Browser to surf the web anonymously1 CommentsApplemacbookpro+4
2014 Nov 10 British Spying Is Our Problem, Too0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+6
2014 Dec 07 Key­note speech at the Inter­net­dagarna (Inter­net Days) con­fer­ence in Stock­holm, Sweden (whis­tleblower, spy, sur­veil­lance, pri­vacy, TTIP)0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+6
2014 Dec 29 How to: Use OTR for Windows0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+12
2014 Dec 29 How to: Use OTR for Mac0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+16
2014 Dec 29 How to: Use RedPhone (Android)3 CommentsApplemacbookpro+17
2015 Jan 01 Citizenfour: all it's cracked up to be and more4 CommentsApplemacbookpro+29
2015 Jan 13 David Cameron’s internet surveillance plans rival Syria, Russia and Iran0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+3
2015 Jan 15 Privacy and Data Protection by Design0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+1
2015 Jan 16 David Cameron's Plan to Ban Encryption in the UK1 CommentsApplemacbookpro+5
2015 Jan 17 Expanding powers, mass surveillance is easy. Tacking terrorism is hard0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+1
2015 Jan 17 U.K. Knots Closer Cyber Security Ties In Washington0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+1
2015 Jan 26 EFF’s Game Plan for Ending Global Mass Surveillance3 CommentsApplemacbookpro+65
2015 Feb 25 What NSA Director Mike Rogers Doesn’t Get About Encryption0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+9
2015 Mar 12 Open Rights Group response to ISC Privacy and Security report0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+7
2015 Mar 24 In Defense of Doing Wrong2 CommentsApplemacbookpro+6
2015 Jul 22 A 'Golden Key' for Encryption Is Mythical Nonsense0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+6
2016 Jun 09Video Avoiding legal privacy and security snafus with big data and the IoT0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+2
2016 Oct 25 Christopher Soghoian on Twitter: "Electronic surveillance cases in N. Virginia went up 500% in 5 years. How do we know? I drove to the court house and asked for the docket.0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+12
2017 Jan 12 It’s Time to Short Surveillance and Go Long on Freedom [Cory Doctorow]0 CommentsApplemacbookpro+4
2013 Nov 14 CyanogenMod vs. OmniROM1 CommentsAr-is-totle+5
2012 Jul 12 Government Will Soon Be Able to Know Your Adrenaline Level, What You Ate Breakfast and What You’re Thinking … from 164 Feet 6 CommentsArbiK+43
2012 Aug 06 “Privacy”: Why it matters much more than you think 0 CommentsArbiK+34
2012 Sep 11 The FBI's new facial recognition program: 'Big Brother' in action? 0 CommentsArbiK+34
2013 Apr 16 A question about connecting to my VPN while at work5 CommentsArbor_Lucidity+3
2015 Dec 15 BlackBerry has "lawful interception" capabilities for communications but this isn't a backdoor for... reasons. BB COO attacks end-to-end crypto because it "helps terrorists."35 CommentsArchangelleBorgore+208
2016 Jan 28 CISA Petition (US): Each and every signature counts, even if it doesn't feel like it. Please sign!0 CommentsArchibald_Papa+0
2013 Nov 19 arkOS: a platform to make self-hosting your own personal cloud easy2 CommentsArcitens+29
2016 Dec 30 What do you think of this Signal fork? "Silence" promises "complete privacy," but also "no new service your friends need to join."9 CommentsAreloram+3
2016 Jan 03 Fingerprinting8 CommentsAres3DA+9
2016 Jun 09 Is Cyanogen OS a good alternative to Android?3 CommentsAres3DA+9
2016 Jul 15 About Whois Privacy6 CommentsAres3DA+7
2016 Jan 25 I got scared by a virus, which password keeper is best/most reliable ?6 CommentsArkonisas+10
2013 Jun 27 Prism/Tempora: Is IRC safe?1 CommentsArm-Triangle+8
2012 Oct 12 AT&T Starts Six-Strikes Anti-Piracy Plan Next Month, Will Block Websites16 CommentsArmed_Liberal+46
2015 Feb 26 I'm a little drunk but I'm happy that drunk-me navigated to this page3 CommentsArminas+2
2012 Oct 01 "Knowledge is power" Propaganda picture for cryptology inspired by soviet propaganda design2 CommentsArmnius+44
2012 Aug 15 What can Freenet do well already?0 CommentsArneBab+4
2013 Jun 12 The new Facebook privacy settings6 CommentsArofnogneu+44
2016 Feb 03 The massive new privacy deal between U.S. and Europe, explained1 CommentsArquette+12
2012 Dec 17 Why Your Kindle Is an Open Book to the Government8 CommentsArsSkeptica+50
2016 Nov 19 Facebook FORCING ME to download partner anti-virus software for no reasion21 CommentsArthomis+10
2015 Jun 11 Concerns remain after piracy website blocking laws get Parliamentary approval in Australia1 CommentsArtnotwars+24
2013 Jan 28 Security and anonymity vulnerabilities in Tor [25c3]1 CommentsAschebescher+12
2013 Nov 20 Professor Eben Moglen: Why Freedom of Thought Requires Free Media and Why Free Media Require Free Technology [Talk]1 CommentsAschebescher+29
2014 Jan 02 The Four Wars: Terror, whistleblowers, drugs, internet (Talk by former Intelligence Officer for MI5 and whistleblower Annie Machon at 30c3)1 CommentsAschebescher+23
2014 Mar 04 The Awkward ‘Privacy Talk’ Parents Should Have With Their Kids1 CommentsAschebescher+4
2014 Mar 13 Random Drug Testing for All? The Chilling Proposal That Could Eradicate Your Privacy1 CommentsAschebescher+10
2014 Apr 15 Google confirms it’s going through your emails to figure out what ads to show you - Google Inc updated its terms of service on Monday, informing users that their incoming and outgoing emails are automatically analyzed by software to create targeted ads7 CommentsAschebescher+54
2014 May 19 TED founder thinks big data needs a big makeover1 CommentsAschebescher+16
2014 Jun 11 The leaks of Chelsea Manning - Alexa was one of the very few reporters at the military trial of Chelsea Manning who leaked documents to Wikileaks in 2010 and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. Alexa calls the trial "unfair and unjust" and gets asked about it [Jung & Naiv Episode 105]0 CommentsAschebescher+4
2014 Dec 08 Report: Iran Developing System To ID Any Internet User1 CommentsAschebescher+8
2015 Jan 10 SS7: Locate. Track. Manipulate. A 31c3 talk by Tobias Engel (SnoopSnitch) - You have a tracking device in your pocket Companies are now selling the ability to track your phone number whereever you go0 CommentsAschebescher+43
2015 Aug 20 Germans are so scared of surveillance they microwave their ID cards0 CommentsAschebescher+4
2015 Sep 16 Google Has Most of My Email Because It Has All of Yours7 CommentsAschebescher+45
2016 Jul 06 A Brief Comparison of Secure Messaging Apps - Deep Dot Web1 CommentsAschebescher+2
2013 Apr 18Activism Tor calls for help as its supply of bridges falters5 CommentsAscii_Cat+64
2013 Apr 18 Forensic Analysis of Tor on Linux2 CommentsAscii_Cat+7
2014 Jul 01 Is giving permission to use my data irrevocable?0 CommentsAshitfacedToocan+4
2017 Jan 04 New Chinese cybersecurity law going into effect will substantially increase censorship and surveillance1 CommentsAsho777+35
2013 Aug 12 A question about email metadata1 CommentsAshtonKelso+3
2014 Jun 27 How do I report privacy/personal info protection violations?2 CommentsAshtonian+4
2013 Jun 11 Stop Watching Us0 CommentsAshutosh2000+47
2013 Jun 30 Can you recommend a book, website or service to clean up my online presence?2 CommentsAsker82237+18
2017 Jan 13 TrueCrypt alternative?7 CommentsAsphodan+5
2017 Jan 20 Password manager that's local only?6 CommentsAsphodan+2
2016 Dec 27 How global CISOs can tackle the tough privacy laws—and improve IT security0 CommentsAss0Bad_+0
2016 Dec 31 Facebook somehow knew I graduated from my University.13 CommentsAsskicker12+40
2015 Dec 22 Do you know any social networks with 2FA?11 CommentsAstralavista+2
2016 Dec 31 Non GPS dependant file encyption for android0 CommentsAstrrum+5
2016 Jul 03 Japanese Supreme Court ruled its okay to spy on Muslim citizens62 CommentsAstzor+271
2016 Nov 21 EFF Alerts – Android Apps on Google Play2 CommentsAstzor+2
2017 Jan 01 "The who cares" argument19 CommentsAstzor+19
2016 Jul 09 How secure is this USB Drive, did I make the best purchase?2 CommentsAtAL055+0
2015 Apr 23 Hemlis is dead!4 CommentsAtHeartEngineer+9
2015 Jul 01 Privacy in virtual reality is expected to be far worse than the web. There may be a practical opportunity for a new approach that maintains much of our privacy. Can you critique and offer suggestions?1 CommentsAtari_Historian+2
2016 Feb 08 Adblock Plus, scourge of websites, seeks industry deal2 CommentsAtlasDM+0
2016 Nov 10 Had a creepy advertising moment today3 CommentsAtlasDM+2
2010 Aug 12 Stats on the stats They gather on you: Ad tracking compiled into a pretty, interactive wheel of privacy fail (flash).2 CommentsAtomicDryad+5
2016 Mar 21 Phone Calls4 CommentsAtomic_Sleepwalker+3
2013 Apr 28 CEX UK - second hand games - putting peoples names on labels13 CommentsAudienceWatching+47
2013 Oct 22 Can we trust this?1 CommentsAurgad+12
2016 Dec 29 Looking for help with redirect links.9 CommentsAuver+3
2013 Oct 06 With all the recent news about PRISM and the NSA's attempts to crack Tor, is there any way to be sure you're not being monitored on the internet?4 CommentsAvalancheofNeed+21
2016 Dec 23 Going No GAPPs. I think this post can get a place here. :)16 CommentsAvasz+33
2016 Jan 11 Bluetooth connection to a Samsung/Apple device a data leakeage risk?0 CommentsAvengeTheEve+1
2013 Aug 28 City of Ludington, MI invading citizens' privacy in public restrooms via hidden cameras.3 CommentsAverag3_Hom3boy+18
2012 Jul 10 DuckDuckGo is a search provider that doesn't track you like Google does. They hold none of your web searches and don't base ads off what you search.3 CommentsAwesomer_Than_Me+4
2012 Nov 22Advice How to register domain anonymously (without giving your credit card) ?6 CommentsAwhCmon+10
2015 Jul 24 Anonymity and gift cards2 CommentsAxis_of_Weasels+4
2014 Sep 04 To Chancellor J. Keith Motley: "Stop UMass Boston censoring the internet!" A student pleas for a change in network policy on Change.org0 CommentsAxoren+1
2014 Oct 29 [Freedom] Students and teachers dissatisfied with UMass Boston internet architecture0 CommentsAxoren+1
2016 Apr 06 What is my best bet when encrypting emails?17 CommentsAyeBeAPirate+5
2016 Apr 06 What are the best zero-knowledge non-US email providers?11 CommentsAyeBeAPirate+2
2016 Aug 20 I bought a non-contract phone but I don't want my information on it, is that illegal in any way? (Boost Mobile)11 CommentsAyeBeAPirate+15
2015 Feb 12 RFID "Digital Pickpocketing"3 CommentsAyyJayyJayy+16
2013 Nov 05 For those of you worrying about the surveillance state, China found a solution. Air pollution has never been more justified.0 CommentsAzonata+7
2016 Feb 05 [Video] Learn How to use Reverse Phone Number Lookup to catch bad guys...0 CommentsAzulgar458+0
2014 Jun 14 Can my OFFLINE (non-internet) Android phone be surveilled ?2 CommentsB9Kanine+5
2014 Sep 30 Thoughts on this infographic as an introductory resource? (x-post from /r/infographics)3 CommentsBANAH_BOYD+9
2015 Apr 26 Comcast DOCSIS 3.0 Business Gateways Multiple Vulnerabilities. All D3G-CCR gateways provided by Comcast have an administrative login of "mso" with the password of "D0nt4g3tme". This is a root login - having more rights than the normal login21 CommentsBASH_SCRIPTS_FOR_YOU+152
2016 Jul 25 Phone number puzzle1 CommentsBEEFTANK_Jr+2
2014 Jun 30 Tell your lawmakers: Cosponsor the Email Privacy Act Now!0 CommentsBGranowitz+2
2015 Jan 22 How to Track Other’s Whatsapp Messages Online?1 CommentsBOBVON2+8
2013 Jan 29 Guilty As Charged: Facebook, Google, Snapchat and Starbucks Caught for Privacy Violations - Forbes0 CommentsBOOTZENKATS+3
2014 Oct 24 Zaki Manian awarded for work in digital privacy0 CommentsBORDC+1
2016 Aug 30 Apple issues iOS update to combat spyware0 CommentsBREXIT-NINE-ELEVEN+2
2013 Oct 08 Reddit Universe, help/teach me about privacy in the workplace12 CommentsBTC-CPA+3
2015 Aug 16 Someone made a fake MySpace of me calling me something explicit. How do I have it removed?2 CommentsBackpacktothefuture+13
2014 Jun 28 What to do if police try to search your phone without a warrant21 CommentsBaconBiometrica+14
2012 May 21Advice On open wifi, how do you stop outbound connections until your vpn is connected?1 CommentsBadAdminGuy+5
2014 Apr 21 Private Investigators Hire NSA Trained Hackers5 CommentsBadBiosvictim+8
2014 Apr 30 Spy satellites eavesdrop on FM transmitters, cell phones and BadBIOS infected computers9 CommentsBadBiosvictim+14
2014 May 03 NSA may no longer need to intercept computers to embed a FM radio transmitter11 CommentsBadBiosvictim+2
2014 May 06 Geolocated, tracked & eavesdropped on by FM radio transmitter in MP3 players and other devices13 CommentsBadBiosvictim+17
2014 Jun 05 Spy satellites can read license plates0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Jun 05 Commercial spy satellites' video feeds for sale to anyone0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+1
2014 Jun 07 Bill to ban stalking apps0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+10
2014 Jun 11 My dog getting surgery to remove carcinogenic and geolocatable microchips17 CommentsBadBiosvictim+4
2014 Jun 11 Bill preventing State from selling data from license plate reader dies1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+27
2014 Jun 11 Utah sued for banning commercial automated license plate readers1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+7
2014 Jun 16 Facebook's satellite geostalks users' microchips since 20121 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Jul 08 Magnetometer in smartphones transmits data0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Jul 14 German encrypted smartphones designed to be NSA proof are not12 CommentsBadBiosvictim+27
2014 Jul 17 GCHQ version of NSA ANT catalogue of exploit tools0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+4
2014 Aug 05 DIY-Blackphone [Work-In-Progress]0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+5
2014 Aug 06 Google, Microsoft, Facebook & Twitter all have technology that scans photos to see if they’re the type that should land someone in prison0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+2
2014 Aug 06 Blackphone and Replicant not enough to secure mobile phones2 CommentsBadBiosvictim+8
2014 Aug 07Speculative Former M15 officer and whistleblower warns computers and USB cables post 2008 have a back door. Raging active market for second hand computers among geek circles in Europe.1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Aug 08 Use tablets that don't have a cell carrier as they do not have a baseband so do not have an ODM backdoor14 CommentsBadBiosvictim+10
2014 Aug 17 Why & how to air gap a MIPS tablet0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+4
2014 Aug 18 Intel CPUs really do have secret 3G chip17 CommentsBadBiosvictim+19
2014 Aug 19 Subrosa encrypted easy to use IM & VoIP. No call logs retained.0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+9
2014 Aug 21 Gyroscope in smartphones & tablets eavesdrops and power line hacks via Very Low Frequency (VLF) radio creating a cave-line radio3 CommentsBadBiosvictim+10
2014 Aug 21 # of mylar bags to block phones' and tablets' RFID, NFC, GPS, WWAN, Wifi, bluetooth and FM radio beacon?69 CommentsBadBiosvictim+19
2014 Aug 26 RFID shielding wallets don't shield. RFID requires grounded faraday bag.61 CommentsBadBiosvictim+18
2014 Aug 27 Spy satellites geostalk RFID within three feet0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Aug 28 Savi to provide the DoD and other agencies with active Radio Frequency Identification (aRFID) sensors, readers, Real-Time Location Systems (RTLS), Satellite Communication (SATCOM) for tracking of personnel, equipment and cargo worldwide0 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Aug 28 List of smartphones with NFC to boycott. Can redditors contribute to a list of smartphones with RFID?6 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Aug 30 Video feed and DMV records available to corporations who own red light traffic cameras1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+26
2014 Aug 31 Infrared license plate frame blocks scanning by automated license plate readers and red light traffic cameras2 CommentsBadBiosvictim+0
2014 Sep 01 Drone identifies and geolocates people by their NFC devices12 CommentsBadBiosvictim+15
2014 Sep 02 Ladar Levison explains open source encrypted DarkMail1 CommentsBadBiosvictim+18
2014 Sep 05 GSM networks provide the base for various attacks2 CommentsBadBiosvictim+3
2015 Feb 18 Hard drives?21 CommentsBadBoy04+7
2013 Dec 01 Quantified Self0 CommentsBadKarma92+3
2013 Dec 02 Facebook can't harm me (?)0 CommentsBadKarma92+2
2013 Dec 07 Authenticating with your mourning vitamin!0 CommentsBadKarma92+0
2014 Sep 14 Sent a private message with the ISIS barbarism with the beading of David Haines and get this:8 CommentsBadLuckFuck+8
2016 Nov 29 Instead of blocking and hiding, what if you just flooded your metadata to the point of being useless?9 CommentsBad_Haggis+2
2014 Jul 31 Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University believed to have partially infiltrated Tor1 CommentsBaffledPlato+3
2017 Jan 03 Pornhub know's my birthday?15 CommentsBahHumbug2k16+2
2016 Aug 06 Orwell fan or Privacy fan - give this a read?0 CommentsBakerd13+5
2015 Oct 12 From Today Australia is Storing Your Data for 2 Years1 CommentsBaledor+15
2014 Sep 12 Ouch!!! Yahoo faced $250K in daily fines for defying U.S. surveillance requests1 CommentsBambiCNI+4
2010 Feb 04 Privacy no more: Google is teaming up with the NSA1 CommentsBanX+5
2013 Jun 17 "[C]onversations which take place over iMessage and FaceTime are protected by end-to-end encryption so no one but the sender and receiver can see or read them. Apple cannot decrypt that data."0 CommentsBananaLlama+3
2016 Nov 19 This isn't good, I guess... Any method to block this awful thing?2 CommentsBananaRescueTeam+1
2015 Feb 24 PrivDog: Another Superfish0 CommentsBandieKojote+11
2013 Jul 01 Could this explain the Blackouts.2 CommentsBanjoBilly+6
2013 Oct 08 SQRL: Steve Gibson from Twit.tv's Security Now show believes he has found a way for everyone to login securely to websites anonymously, securely, repeatedly & no third party. What are your thoughts? (start at 37:10)4 CommentsBanjoBilly+6
2015 Dec 02 IRS Promises to Stop Listening in on Your Cell0 CommentsBapgo+2
2017 Jan 08 Can someone explain why Microsoft would need to log this?2 CommentsBarachiel_+4
2016 Jul 15 Uninstall Criptext1 CommentsBarfVader9000+0
2014 May 06 ‘Chadder’ – a new private social messaging app for mobile devices2 CommentsBarkingToad+0
2016 Jan 26 Police in Japan are taking 3D mugshots (Wired UK)0 CommentsBarmagluk+9
2016 Feb 17 Keep your phone number private0 CommentsBarmagluk+0
2016 Feb 17 Wikipedia Takes on Google With New 'Transparent' Search Engine0 CommentsBarmagluk+3
2016 Feb 27 What the UK’s Proposed Surveillance Law Means for Police Hacking0 CommentsBarmagluk+10
2016 Feb 27 Why the CMU Tech Lab That Hacked Tor Is Government-Funded0 CommentsBarmagluk+8
2016 Feb 27 EFF pushes forward with new amicus brief in case against NSA spying0 CommentsBarmagluk+115
2016 Mar 01 Judge Says Apple Doesn’t Have to Unlock iPhone in Case Similar to San Bernardino0 CommentsBarmagluk+10
2016 Mar 01 Why a Push for Online Privacy Is Bogged Down in Washington1 CommentsBarmagluk+9
2016 Mar 01 Voter Privacy: What You Need to Know About Your Digital Trail During the 2016 Election0 CommentsBarmagluk+11
2016 Mar 01 California Courts Demand Total Access to Email and Social Media Accounts1 CommentsBarmagluk+13
2016 Mar 01 Unlocking iPhone would leave millions exposed, Apple to tell Congress2 CommentsBarmagluk+49
2016 Mar 01 Government Can't Force Apple to Bypass iPhone Lock Screen, New York Judge Rules0 CommentsBarmagluk+19
2016 Mar 01 Tor takes aim against malicious nodes on the network0 CommentsBarmagluk+15
2016 Mar 01 Facebook exec jailed in Brazil as court seeks WhatsApp data0 CommentsBarmagluk+10
2016 Mar 01 Play: A P2P Distributed Torrent Site That's Impossible to Shut Down12 CommentsBarmagluk+51
2016 Mar 04 The Crypto Wars Are Global1 CommentsBarmagluk+5
2016 Mar 05 Whole lotta onions: Number of Tor hidden sites spikes—along with paranoia0 CommentsBarmagluk+9
2016 Mar 05 Data Is a Toxic Asset - Schneier on Security0 CommentsBarmagluk+12
2016 Apr 04 Data and Goliath. The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World. A Book by Bruce Schneier1 CommentsBarmagluk+8
2016 Apr 04 71% Want The Dark Net Shut Down, Showing Most Have No Idea What The Dark Net Is160 CommentsBarmagluk+664
2016 Apr 04 FBI Says a Mysterious Hacking Group Has Had Access to US Govt Files for Years0 CommentsBarmagluk+52
2016 Apr 07 Pregnant, on Medicaid, and Being Watched0 CommentsBarmagluk+9
2016 Apr 08 How Hillary Clinton Helped Build WhatsApp’s State-of-the-Art Encryption0 CommentsBarmagluk+0
2016 Apr 14 Apple and FBI head back to Congress to debate encryption0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Apr 19 Apple transparency report: over 1,000 government requests for user data0 CommentsBarmagluk+1
2016 Apr 19 Court Confirms EFF Can Stand Up for Public Access to Court Records1 CommentsBarmagluk+29
2016 Apr 19 Russia’s communications regulator opposes tightening control over Internet0 CommentsBarmagluk+1
2016 Apr 21 Kim Dotcom Warns Mega Users to Backup Their Files0 CommentsBarmagluk+4
2016 Apr 21 Can speech recognition software help prevent RSI?0 CommentsBarmagluk+1
2016 Apr 21 Dutch and Canadian Police Seize ‘Criminal’ Encrypted Smartphone Network1 CommentsBarmagluk+6
2016 Apr 21 This Technicality Could Spoil the FBI’s Dark Web Hacking Operations1 CommentsBarmagluk+24
2016 Apr 21 Secret Court Takes Another Bite Out of the Fourth Amendment10 CommentsBarmagluk+153
2016 Apr 26 EFF, ACLU And Public Records Laws Team Up To Expose Hidden Stingray Use By The Milwaukee Police Department0 CommentsBarmagluk+35
2016 Apr 26 Canada Is Considering Spying on Kids to Stop Cyberbullying2 CommentsBarmagluk+42
2016 Apr 26 Google opposes new privacy protections for set-top boxes0 CommentsBarmagluk+10
2016 Apr 30 U.S. spy court rejected zero surveillance orders in 2015: memo5 CommentsBarmagluk+81
2016 May 04 ​Why I Hate Security, Computers, and the Entire Modern Banking System0 CommentsBarmagluk+3
2016 May 04 Russian lawmakers propose controlling state officials’ Internet presences0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 May 11 Over last 6 months, FBI looked at 4,000 devices, couldn’t unlock about 5005 CommentsBarmagluk+58
2016 May 25 A Judge Just Made It Harder for the FBI to Use Hacking1 CommentsBarmagluk+17
2016 May 27 Senator behind biometric privacy act tries to remove its teeth0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Jun 01 Anonymized Data Really Isn't Anonymous: Vehicle Data Can Easily Be Used To Identify You0 CommentsBarmagluk+21
2016 Jun 07 Chinese police require DNA for passports in Xinjiang0 CommentsBarmagluk+8
2016 Jun 07 The Danger of Corporate Facial Recognition Tech0 CommentsBarmagluk+29
2016 Jun 10 Snowden Emails Reveal the NSA Used Notoriously Insecure Microsoft Word Macros0 CommentsBarmagluk+58
2016 Jun 10 The RCMP Surveilled Thousands of Innocent Canadians for a Decade0 CommentsBarmagluk+33
2016 Jun 14 Net Neutrality Won Big Today, But Don’t Celebrate Just Yet0 CommentsBarmagluk+4
2016 Jun 16 The Use of FBI’s Facial Recognition Is Growing, Despite Rampant Inaccuracy and Privacy Concerns8 CommentsBarmagluk+204
2016 Jun 16 CIA Director Owes Answers on Accountability for Torture0 CommentsBarmagluk+26
2016 Jun 18 House Leaders Politicize a Tragedy to Block Bipartisan Surveillance Reforms0 CommentsBarmagluk+4
2016 Jun 21 Russian lawmakers want to fine messenger apps and email providers for refusing to tell police how to decode their data0 CommentsBarmagluk+1
2016 Jun 21 Russia’s federal government wants higher fines on Internet providers for connecting users to banned websites0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Jun 27 Judge Dismisses Movie Piracy Case, IP-Address Doesn't Prove Anything1 CommentsBarmagluk+7
2016 Jul 01 Leak Reveals Secret FBI Guidelines That Basically Give Them Free Rein To Spy On Journalists And Sources2 CommentsBarmagluk+97
2016 Jul 01 Illinois Court Says State's Cyberstalking Law Is Unconstitutional0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Jul 01 Russian officials want to install surveillance cameras aimed into hotel rooms. (It’s an ‘anti-terrorist’ thing.)0 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2016 Jul 04 Russia’s government censor warns a website against republishing the texts of court rulings0 CommentsBarmagluk+4
2016 Jul 07 In ‘kontakt’ with the cops. When Russian police go after Internet users, why do they target people on Vkontakte almost exclusively?0 CommentsBarmagluk+3
2016 Jul 14 Russia uses the law to put pressure on internet users0 CommentsBarmagluk+6
2016 Jul 14 The end of privacy: ‘Meduza’ takes a hard look at FindFace and the looming prospect of total surveillance1 CommentsBarmagluk+7
2016 Jul 14 Big Privacy Ruling Says Feds Can’t Grab Data Abroad With a Warrant1 CommentsBarmagluk+73
2016 Jul 18 Mayor Who Sued His Own City Over A Public Records Request Ordered To Turn Over Official Emails Stashed In A Private Account0 CommentsBarmagluk+39
2016 Jul 20 Tor Could Protect Your Smart Fridge From Spies and Hackers1 CommentsBarmagluk+2
2015 Dec 04 So...I want to get a new phone...10 CommentsBaronDimanche+4
2014 Sep 20 HavenCo - the world's first formal data haven, founded in 2000 and operated from the Principality of Sealand, a self-declared sovereign state off the coast of Suffolk, England2 CommentsBaronIronside+15
2014 Dec 10 The Pirate Bay Goes Down Worldwide0 CommentsBaronIronside+3
2015 Jul 04 Repbin is an encrypted pastebin for the command line that runs over Tor! Repbin servers form a distributed network where nodes sync posts with each other. Repbin focuses on privacy (encrypted messages) and anonymity (padding and repost chains).5 CommentsBarraRoffe+34
2015 Sep 09 Repbin v0.0.2 released. Changes include: Better terminal usability, SQLite/MySQL backend, binaries! Repbin is an encrypted pastebin for the command line that runs over Tor! Repbin servers form a distributed network where nodes sync posts with each other. Repbin focuses on privacy and anonymity.1 CommentsBarraRoffe+2
2014 Feb 11 Think you should fear NSA, think about your employer0 CommentsBarryKrump+11
2013 Jan 09 6 Network Security Predictions For 2013: Part I | Bart VPN0 CommentsBartTheGuard+1
2017 Jan 13 Noob question about encryption vs unencrypted password protection6 CommentsBastardsofYung+1
2015 Feb 06 GnuPG donor fails at SQL injection4 CommentsBatMachine+2
2015 May 21 Came across this really moving comment under a StackOverflow post made by Aaron Swartz0 CommentsBatMachine+0
2016 Jun 14 Is there a way to play Windows 10 games on my computer without infecting the whole system with it?8 CommentsBattleStag17+0
2015 Sep 03 Venmo won't sell your information to other companies...but.....0 CommentsBatw1ng+6
2016 Jun 08 Would you recommend using a password keeper app?22 CommentsBayesMind+20
2016 Dec 21 Thought you might like a write up on how I secure my personal network!6 CommentsBceverly+9
2016 Oct 12 ACLU finds Chicago-based startup, Geofeedia, had leveraged social media APIs to gather data on protesters and gave information to police in several U.S. cities24 CommentsBeTripleG+451
2016 Mar 19 Cryptodog, a community fork of Cryptocat2 CommentsBearLicker+9
2015 May 21 Facebook is monitoring your chat and what you share5 CommentsBeastskull+1
2013 Jun 12 Details of NSA hacking in Hong Kong0 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+7
2013 Jun 12 Connecting the Dots on PRISM, Phone Surveillance, and the NSA's Massive Spy Center | Threat Level0 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+9
2013 Jun 18 Identi.ca, Diaspora, and Friendica are more secure alternatives to Facebook.3 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+8
2013 Jun 21 How Can Any Company Ever Trust Microsoft Again?0 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+13
2013 Jun 26 License plate readers tracking cars0 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+10
2014 Mar 28 Huawei on NSA: If foreign spies attacked a US firm, there’d be “outrage”12 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+178
2014 Jul 08 Russia: Hidden chips 'launch spam attacks from irons'0 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+2
2014 Jul 12 U.S. Claims Country Building Its Own Network to Protect Against NSA Spying Violates Trade Laws Washington's Blog1 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+9
2014 Sep 16 WikiLeaks releases previously unseen copies of weaponised German surveillance malware used by intelligence agencies around the world to spy on journalists, political dissidents and others.1 CommentsBeeblebroxZa+170
2014 Nov 05 Outsmart the hacker1 CommentsBeefcake716+1
2013 Nov 09 Question about TOR2 CommentsBeelzeebuck+2
2013 Dec 13 Alternatives to gmail59 CommentsBeelzeebuck+54
2013 Dec 22 Now, you can be searched pretty much anywhere...5 CommentsBeelzeebuck+26
2013 Dec 22 Alternatives to Facebook?11 CommentsBeelzeebuck+8
2013 Dec 22 Sorry if this is a repost, but this is so well put and a great response to the 'I have nothing to hide' attitude3 CommentsBeelzeebuck+10
2013 Dec 23 TSA: Protector or plain old pain in the ass?7 CommentsBeelzeebuck+14
2014 Jan 06 Senator presses NSA to reveal whether it spies on members of Congress3 CommentsBeelzeebuck+17
2014 Jan 07 This article really, really scares me; every computer related product may potentially be a spying platform for the NSA (Article published in December 2013 but still relevant)5 CommentsBeelzeebuck+17
2014 Apr 03 Great reply to government officials who say "If you're not doing anything wrong, you shouldn't have anything to hide, and should be ok with surveillance".4 CommentsBeelzeebuck+5
2014 Apr 28 Security theatre trumps the Constitution at Boston Marathon2 CommentsBeelzeebuck+37
2014 May 25 Lessons from the Elliot Rodgers shooting6 CommentsBeelzeebuck+11
2014 Oct 17 Smile! Marketing Firms Are Mining Your Selfies0 CommentsBeelzeebuck+8
2014 Oct 17 Private Donors Supply Spy Gear to Cops0 CommentsBeelzeebuck+21
2016 Jun 18 What kind of info makes up your browser fingerprint? -- Browserprint1 CommentsBeepsky+7
2012 May 27 A Note About Tracking Cookies via @allthingsd1 CommentsBemuzed+3
2013 Dec 06 It's Time to Update Archaic Email Privacy Law1 CommentsBemuzed+49
2015 Aug 06 All spy cameras and satellites should stream live to everyone1 CommentsBenRayfield+2
2015 Sep 18 You know who needs privacy? Famous people, because few people give a crap what you think or do if you're not.4 CommentsBenRayfield+0
2015 Sep 22 How many children have been cavity searched at USA airports?3 CommentsBenRayfield+11
2015 Nov 02 Wikimedia vs NSA - If 2 people were killed in 2 different places and its proven Alice and Bob both killed 1, but it cant be proven which 1, they should go free because it cant be proven who they killed1 CommentsBenRayfield+9
2015 Nov 02 If I wear my own copyrighted picture on my shirt, can I sue anyone who takes pictures of it on me in public?13 CommentsBenRayfield+0
2015 Dec 10 What should be disabled so a site can't see the system resolution?3 CommentsBenjamin12354+1
2016 Feb 03 Browser addon that gives non-tor exit IP?3 CommentsBenjamin12354+3
2013 Dec 11 Help explain why privacy matters to the poster child of "it doesn't affect me" and "they don't care what i buy?"6 CommentsBerkut4767+3
2015 Feb 02 How to unlink (not unlist) my old number on Truecaller from my facebook profile picture? P.S I can't unlist it since I don't have the sim card anymore4 CommentsBernd_Heidel+5
2016 Nov 30 3nigm4: “if something happens to me” let the computer act on my behalf0 CommentsBestbug+1
2013 Nov 27 WhatVPN.com VPN - Proivder Comparison/Review Site1 CommentsBetter_Than_Life+0
2014 Nov 13 Pew Study: 91 Percent Of Americans Say They’ve ‘Lost Control’ Of Personal Info Privacy3 CommentsBfearnow21+27
2013 Feb 07 Smart Meters - facts, myths, fiction. Can they be disrupted?3 CommentsBhYnV97DJT+10
2015 Nov 19 CMU Implies It Gave Up Silk Road 2 Data Under Subpoena1 CommentsBharatN+15
2012 Feb 16 You should know that there is a new privacy reddit at RedditTor, the Tor based Reddit clone11 CommentsBhima+11
2012 Jul 10 Your Smartphone Is Spying on You0 CommentsBhima+6
2012 Jul 12 This Week in Transparency at the Electronic Frontier Foundation: Demands for Cell Data, Drones, and Declassification0 CommentsBhima+7
2012 Sep 05Advice Has anyone tried out Glassboard and could perhaps recommend it or warn me off?1 CommentsBhima+2
2013 Oct 15 Interesting Online Course on Cyber Security and Privacy0 CommentsBigBeardie+4
2013 Jun 26 Saw these ads on the underground. One word: PRISM.0 CommentsBigBelgian+6
2015 Jun 12 Facebook now requiring Government Photo ID & users publicly display their Real Name & Photo - Is this not a privacy invasion? Home was burned down by online stalker...7 CommentsBigBitFan+8
2017 Jan 11 NextCaller: What Does Your Phone Number Say About You?0 CommentsBigBlackBoxes+3
2013 Jul 18 The Chains of the Spotlight: Hollywood's Revenge0 CommentsBigJohnDoe+8
2013 Jul 20 We all need to be a little more like Kanye1 CommentsBigJohnDoe+0
2013 Aug 17 Dutch ebook sellers promise to spy on everyone's reading habits, share them with "anti-piracy" group7 CommentsBigJohnDoe+126
2013 Aug 20 NZ Spy Law will pass in hours. Contact your MP!0 CommentsBigJohnDoe+60
2013 Aug 22 Mark Zuckerberg is the antithesis to privacy.26 CommentsBigJohnDoe+177
2013 Aug 23 NZ police affidavits show use of PRISM for surveillance0 CommentsBigJohnDoe+31
2015 May 07 Backstories in Code: Often, passwords are more than just random characters0 CommentsBigMonocle+2
2015 Mar 20 Private calling10 CommentsBig_Brother_is_here+2
2015 May 06 Current opinion on Wire?0 CommentsBig_Brother_is_here+2
2015 Feb 04 Exactly what am I protecting myself from when switching from Windows to Linux?15 CommentsBillBurrHK+0
2014 Jul 03 Ask Reddit: Heard you like encrypted email, but what else?4 CommentsBillFranklin+2
2014 Jul 15 DRIP bill has passed the House of Commons, will most likely become law3 CommentsBillFranklin+10
2016 Dec 14 Delete your e-mail.27 CommentsBillPeener+0
2016 Dec 15 Only use cash.13 CommentsBillPeener+0
2016 Dec 21 Only accept certifiably encrypted communications28 CommentsBillPeener+0
2016 Dec 23 Stop using Signal24 CommentsBillPeener+0
2016 Dec 26 Only use your real name for security31 CommentsBillPeener+0
2012 May 20 Rights to Online Privacy Differ by State. 0 CommentsBillTrack50+1
2015 Nov 04 Keyloggers being used for marketing purposes?4 CommentsBill_Cody+12
2013 Nov 14 Beat The Thieves – Keep Your Tech Secure At Home0 CommentsBillinSDCA+3
2013 Nov 16 Browse Like Bond: Use Any Computer Without Leaving a Trace with Tails1 CommentsBillinSDCA+23
2014 Apr 13 Should I or should I not use TPM?2 CommentsBinaryMn+0
2014 Sep 23 E.O. 12333: End-Running the Fourth Amendment0 CommentsBing_bot+2
2014 Oct 08 Terror laws clear Senate, enabling entire Australian web to be monitored and whistleblowers to be jailed1 CommentsBing_bot+20
2014 Nov 09 Local Reporters Nail Down Police Department on Stingray Cell Phone Tracking0 CommentsBing_bot+16
2014 Dec 06 Federal Judge on NSA: 'Privacy Is Actually Overvalued'6 CommentsBing_bot+51
2015 Feb 19 Major Video Game Companies Agree to Share Customer Data with the US Government2 CommentsBing_bot+26
2015 Jul 25 Edward Snowden Censored 9/11 & Boston Bombing Segment On NBC2 CommentsBing_bot+8
2015 Oct 14 How to Protect Your Personal Data—and Humanity—From the Government0 CommentsBing_bot+5
2016 Feb 10 Windows 10 is spying out of control with NO way to disable it even on Enterprise version!13 CommentsBing_bot+35
2016 May 01 US spy court didn't reject a single government surveillance request in 201521 CommentsBing_bot+477
2016 May 31 EU's new Orwellian propaganda to suppress "hate speech"2 CommentsBing_bot+0
2015 Jul 29 Another Data Analytics Company Claiming Anonymity0 CommentsBirdandBlack+2
2016 Dec 02 UK police resort to street robbery, rather than even attempt to unlock an encrypted iphone.30 CommentsBirmzboyRML+87
2014 Dec 12 No Gray Area: It’s Definitely Not OK to Publish Emails From the Sony Hack11 CommentsBishopLamont+10
2017 Jan 06 Virtual cards - what info is stored in them?2 CommentsBitBongPit+5
2017 Jan 20 Virtual credit cards (vcc) - what info is stored in them / passed?0 CommentsBitBongPit+2
2015 Feb 04 I saw Firefox add-on that load scripts from local instead of CDNs for better privacy, I forgot it's name. Anyone recognize?11 CommentsBitim+11
2015 Dec 26 Just Before Passing Surveillance Expansion, Lawmakers Partied With Pro-CISA Lobbyists10 CommentsBitim+331
2016 Feb 26 Facebook's 5 new reactions buttons are all about data, data, data8 CommentsBitim+60
2016 May 31 Advertisers Might Already Be Using Your Phone’s Hardware to Track You0 CommentsBitim+1
2016 Jun 25 Snowden's email provider (Lavabit) confirms it was an investigation target - and formed a legal defense group to help service providers fight unconstitutional demands0 CommentsBitim+19
2016 Oct 24 Should I disable third party cookies even if I'm using Privacy Badger?2 CommentsBitim+2
2016 Nov 18 Mozilla launches Firefox Focus, a private web browser for iOS7 CommentsBitim+18
2016 Dec 06 Please disable adblockers on StartPage.com, one of a few good free services that funded by ads while protects your privacy!2 CommentsBitim+0
2016 Dec 14 Florida court says iPhone passcode must be revealed2 CommentsBitim+5
2012 Feb 20 The Transparency Grenade: leaking information from closed meetings just pulling a pin5 CommentsBitpatternDesignator+10
2012 Feb 22 How to Remove Your Google Search History Before Google's New Privacy Policy Takes Effect7 CommentsBitpatternDesignator+36
2012 Feb 22 Scroogle, Privacy-First Search Engine, Shuts Down for Good4 CommentsBitpatternDesignator+16
2015 Feb 01 What is the best countries to store encrypted data?2 CommentsBizouBisou+7
2015 Feb 02 Lawmaker proposes bill to keep police body cam footage private0 CommentsBizouBisou+4
2015 Feb 06 France is actively blocking websites without judge. (Sorry for google translate)1 CommentsBizouBisou+17
2015 Feb 08 Sites featuring terrorism or child pornography to be blocked in France1 CommentsBizouBisou+13
2015 Feb 10 Five technologies that betrayed Silk Road's anonymity5 CommentsBizouBisou+27
2015 Feb 24 Pakistanis face a deadline: Surrender fingerprints or give up cellphone1 CommentsBizouBisou+7
2016 Aug 01 Password Manager19 CommentsBk4speed+7
2017 Jan 14 PGP [Not The Usual BS]9 CommentsBlack-Hand+0
2016 Nov 21 Need help setting up Keepass portable for Mac and PC (cross-posted from /r/privacy)0 CommentsBlack-Panda-Bite+1
2016 Nov 30 My gym uses a bio metric scanner - should I be worried?3 CommentsBlack-Panda-Bite+2
2016 Dec 13 What is the securiest type of password? Diceware or random string?2 CommentsBlack-Panda-Bite+1
2015 Mar 25 (self) Facebook tells you what your real name can and can't be?9 CommentsBlackBlarneyStone+11
2016 Sep 23 How to completely hide myself from Employers on Facebook and across the web?15 CommentsBlackCloud9+4
2015 Sep 12 Blackphone 2 Hands on Review, Camera, Features and Overview4 CommentsBlackphoneMauritius+5
2015 Sep 19 Facebook asking for government issued ID5 CommentsBlahblahblah2063+9
2015 Mar 19 The IoT will force us to delegate our privacy0 CommentsBlaineHrcka+8
2012 Oct 07 I wonder if anyone has ever changed their mind about deactivating their facebook account after seeing this page...It sure didn't change my mind!21 CommentsBlalal+92
2016 Jul 04 Avoid GhostMail0 CommentsBlankFace28+1
2011 Mar 30 No Privacy on Amazon’s Cloud Drive0 CommentsBlankVerse+12
2011 Apr 03 With Google settlement, U.S. gets tough on privacy protection0 CommentsBlankVerse+3
2011 Apr 18 Facebook looks to cash in on user data -- Privacy watchdogs are aghast.0 CommentsBlankVerse+0
2011 Apr 23 iPhone and iPad can track a user's location history -- Security researchers find a hidden data file in the Apple devices that can contain detailed records of user whereabouts.5 CommentsBlankVerse+5
2011 Jul 20 Police to begin iPhone iris scans amid privacy concerns0 CommentsBlankVerse+11
2011 Nov 15 Facebook and Privacy Don't Mix Well0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2012 Jan 11 Google search gets more personal, raises hackles1 CommentsBlankVerse+13
2012 Jan 25 Supreme Court says police need warrant for GPS tracking -- Justices decide firmly for privacy in their first ruling on government use of digital technology to monitor people. 0 CommentsBlankVerse+5
2012 Feb 03 Facebook shows how privacy is passe -- The willingness of millions of Facebook users to share their lives with others shows how social networking has led many of us to devalue our privacy on the Internet.2 CommentsBlankVerse+18
2012 Feb 10 Watchdog sues FTC over new Google privacy policy -- Rather than take on Google, the Electronic Privacy Information Center is asking the court to block new information sharing and force federal regulators to protect Google users. 1 CommentsBlankVerse+13
2012 Feb 16 Undisclosed gathering of smartphone users' address book data by Twitter and other social networking companies brings heightened scrutiny by privacy advocates and lawmakers.0 CommentsBlankVerse+9
2012 Feb 18 Federal lawmakers question if Google violated FTC agreement -- there is evidence that Google Inc. intentionally circumvented privacy protections in Apple's Safari browser, the default Web-surfing software on the iPhone, iPad and Macintosh computers0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2012 Feb 22 Colorado woman must turn over computer password0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2012 Feb 23 Online privacy policies come under scrutiny -- U.S., California reach voluntary pacts with tech companies on the collection of personal information, but face immediate criticism for not going far enough.1 CommentsBlankVerse+5
2012 Feb 28 Google's new privacy policy may violate EU data protection rules0 CommentsBlankVerse+3
2012 Feb 28 Google's privacy policy under fire from attorneys general0 CommentsBlankVerse+7
2012 Mar 01 Google's new privacy policy starts March 1; 4 ways to prepare 0 CommentsBlankVerse+6
2012 Mar 01 US Federal appeals court approves warrantless searches of cell phones 0 CommentsBlankVerse+24
2012 Mar 01 How to Tell Who’s Tracking You Online 0 CommentsBlankVerse+6
2012 Mar 05 Drudge Report Looks Old-School, but Its Ad Targeting Is State-of-the-Art0 CommentsBlankVerse+7
2012 Mar 20 Job seekers getting asked for Facebook passwords15 CommentsBlankVerse+39
2012 Mar 27 FTC pushes for 'Do Not Track' opt-out system 0 CommentsBlankVerse+17
2012 Apr 30 Police departments wait for FAA clearance to fly drones -- The federal agency has until May 14 to outline how it will license public safety agencies eager to fly drones. 9 CommentsBlankVerse+47
2012 May 08 4 high-tech ways the federal government is spying on private citizens0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2012 Aug 19 Is Your Car Being Tracked by a License-Plate Scanner?4 CommentsBlankVerse+19
2012 Sep 06 Mobile users wary of app privacy | Information, Gadgets, Mobile Phones News & Reviews | News.com.au0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2012 Sep 07 Privacy hawks fret as FBI upgrades biometrics capacities | Cutting Edge - CNET News0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2012 Sep 09 FBI moves forward with plans to build $1billion photographic database 0 CommentsBlankVerse+27
2012 Sep 11 Nothing Is Preventing The Government From Placing You Into A Facial Recognition Database - Business Insider0 CommentsBlankVerse+9
2012 Sep 11 This Is How Facebook Is Tracking Your Internet Activity - Business Insider0 CommentsBlankVerse+7
2012 Sep 15 Google Chrome To Get 'Do Not Track' 0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2012 Sep 29 New Tracking Frontier: Your License Plates - WSJ.com0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2012 Sep 30 FTC Says No To RTO Companies Snooping On Customers - Technology News - redOrbit0 CommentsBlankVerse+22
2012 Sep 30 How your boss can take control of your iPad 6 CommentsBlankVerse+9
2012 Sep 30 The Economics of Surveillance - Digits - WSJ0 CommentsBlankVerse+3
2012 Oct 11 Senator Opens Investigation of Data Brokers - NYTimes.com1 CommentsBlankVerse+14
2012 Oct 11 Bioethics panel urges more gene privacy protection 0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2013 Nov 24 Twitter Just Made it Harder for the NSA to Read Your Private Tweets (already used by Google and Facebook)9 CommentsBlankVerse+92
2013 Dec 18 Washington’s overall take on data brokers muddled0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2014 Jan 10 Concern High About Both NSA and Corporate Surveillance Among Americans Polled0 CommentsBlankVerse+34
2014 Jan 17 License To Scan: Vt. Police Stored Millions Of Plate Readings Last Year1 CommentsBlankVerse+16
2014 Feb 03 Privacy Tools: Opting Out from Data Brokers24 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2014 Feb 19 AT&T's First Transparency Report Reveals Warrantless Demands for Customer Data0 CommentsBlankVerse+13
2014 Feb 20 Department of Homeland Security cancels national license-plate tracking plan13 CommentsBlankVerse+138
2014 Mar 08 Tesco Monitors Employees With Motorola Armbands1 CommentsBlankVerse+16
2014 Mar 14 Phone call metadata does betray sensitive details about your life –- Identities of cannabis grower, woman seeking an abortion and MS sufferer inferred in study that confirms danger of widespread access to metadata0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2014 Apr 04Possibly Misleading Federal Agents Pierce Tor Web-Anonymity Tool5 CommentsBlankVerse+20
2014 Apr 05 Smartphone Tracking: How Close Is Too Close?1 CommentsBlankVerse+8
2014 May 19 Calling Abroad? Then Your Privacy Rights May Be "Eliminated" -- [the US govt.] says, in essence, that the Constitution is utterly indifferent to the NSA's large-scale surveillance of Americans' international telephone calls and emails1 CommentsBlankVerse+34
2014 Jun 02 Companies should already know how to protect data, FTC argues0 CommentsBlankVerse+7
2014 Jun 05 Court fight heats up over 52 pages of still-secret surveillance info -- “A leak to the press does not declassify”0 CommentsBlankVerse+23
2014 Jul 06 Post Snowden, Google Users Change Habits0 CommentsBlankVerse+33
2014 Jul 22 Verizon launches rewards program with tracking0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2014 Jul 25 The App I Used to Break Into My Neighbor’s Home0 CommentsBlankVerse+15
2014 Aug 11 How Facebook Sold You Krill Oil0 CommentsBlankVerse+11
2015 May 18 Your medical data: You don’t own it, but you can have it -- "Your medical records do not belong to you, they are owned by your doctor."4 CommentsBlankVerse+27
2015 Jun 11 Samsung, LG smartwatches give up personal data to researchers0 CommentsBlankVerse+2
2015 Jun 21 Face recognition row over right to identify you in the street0 CommentsBlankVerse+10
2015 Sep 04 Feds Will Need Warrant to Use Cellphone Scanning Technology Known as 'Stingrays'4 CommentsBlankVerse+24
2015 Sep 25 The UK Certified These Health Apps for Privacy, Yet They're Anything But0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2015 Nov 05 Nine Out of Ten of the Internet’s Top Websites Are Leaking Your Data0 CommentsBlankVerse+14
2015 Dec 01 Internet Provider Gagged for Decade Reveals What FBI Wanted Without Warrant -- the NSL he received demanded his customer’s full Internet browsing history, records of online purchases, a list of Internet Protocol addresses for the target's contacts and location information12 CommentsBlankVerse+456
2016 Jan 29 The Anaheim Police Department has spent almost a decade secretly building an inventory of powerful cell phone surveillance devices and making them available to neighboring cities in Orange County, according to the ACLU.0 CommentsBlankVerse+12
2016 Feb 04 Maryland Attorney General: If You Don't Want To Be Tracked, Turn Off Your Phone68 CommentsBlankVerse+276
2016 Jul 16 Judge reignites debate over researching jurors online0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2017 Jan 22 Your medical data is for sale, and there's nothing you can do about it0 CommentsBlankVerse+4
2013 Dec 25 As New Services Track Habits, the E-Books Are Reading You0 CommentsBlaufisch+17
2014 Mar 25 How does Marlboro verify you're a smoker 21 years or older?2 CommentsBlaze9+1
2015 Jun 28 Avast is "monitoring" the websites you visit (URLs at minimum)5 CommentsBlaze9+35
2014 Mar 06 Helping build Privacy engineer team at Google6 CommentsBlazeSeattle+4
2015 May 04 Secure email a must in new Windows.0 CommentsBleak_Morn+2
2015 May 07 Appeals Court Rules NSA Phone Program Not Authorized by Patriot Act2 CommentsBleak_Morn+77
2015 May 07 Court Rules NSA Bulk Data Collection Was Never Authorized By Congress0 CommentsBleak_Morn+12
2015 May 28 Belgian Court Summons Skype Over Refusal to Allow Wiretaps3 CommentsBleak_Morn+5
2016 Jan 08 Morocco Bans WhatsApp, Skype, Viber and Other Services Providing Mobile Internet Calls6 CommentsBleak_Morn+41
2015 Jun 14 Alternatives to Dropbox; Evernote; Pulse; GoogleDrive; etc.3 CommentsBlindwindowmaker+11
2015 Oct 12 What sensitive information, if any, can be retrieved from the host protected area of a harddrive.0 CommentsBlipOfConsciousness+4
2017 Jan 15 Concerns over Riot privacy.12 CommentsBlippa+14
2012 Jun 21 Track the Trackers with Collusion—An Interview with Mozilla's Ryan Merkley0 CommentsBloatedWolf+10
2012 May 22 Why are social networking sites beginning to require me to link my facebook account to them? 20 CommentsBlondeGhandi+42
2016 May 27 Heads Up Internet: Time to Kill Another Dangerous CFAA Bill11 CommentsBloodOfSokar+14
2016 May 31 FBI Wants to Remove Privacy Protections from its Massive Biometrics Database0 CommentsBloodOfSokar+34
2016 Apr 04 [Question]2 CommentsBloodmeister+1
2014 Oct 09 Can somebody recommend a one time cellphone number app for Android3 CommentsBloodyDog+7
2016 Sep 25 Alternatives to WhatsApp, with automatic backups, End-to-End encryption, and not on other people's servers?25 CommentsBloodyIron+7
2015 Feb 28 Tips Creating a Private Identity7 CommentsBloodySurfOverload+10
2016 Oct 22 What is the best method for secure file transfers between phone and PC?6 CommentsBloody_Heartland+4
2015 Sep 06 Some nice addition for blocking spying connections on windows: PeerBlock0 CommentsBlubbll+0
2016 Jun 21 working sms list for pesty "sms verfications"0 CommentsBlubbll+0
2013 Feb 06 Push-button Privacy? Silent Circle's latest app democratizes encryption. Governments won't be happy.0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+6
2013 Feb 20 I Can't Let You Do That, Dave0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+2
2013 Apr 05 Who is Stockpiling and Sharing Private Information About Students?0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+4
2013 Jun 08 The Surveillance Arms Race0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+10
2013 Jun 19 Why Monopolies Make Government Spying Easier : The New Yorker0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+4
2013 Jun 25 "They’re not spying on us to prevent crimes, they’re spying on us to retroactively convict us of crimes once we’ve pissed them off." Twitter / claytoncubitt30 CommentsBlueJadeLei+431
2013 Jul 07 PRISM revelations show they really are watching you - spam, internet industry association, malware - CSO0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+15
2013 Jul 07 Snowden leaks: NSA hacked Pacnet in 2009 - CSO2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+7
2013 Jul 07 Privacy Is Lost, And We Are All To Blame0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+9
2013 Jul 17 How the U.S. forces Net firms to cooperate on surveillance | Politics and Law2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+14
2013 Aug 01 If recording your calls without playing them back isn't surveillance ... then downloading music without listening to it isn't piracy — Cory Doctorow6 CommentsBlueJadeLei+129
2013 Sep 09 Does Facebook's proposed privacy policy violate its deal with the FTC?1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+4
2013 Sep 10 What NSA sabotage does to security2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+10
2013 Sep 10 Firsthand account of NSA sabotage of Internet security standards0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+7
2013 Sep 11 Did the FBI Lean On Microsoft for Access to Its Encryption Software?1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+14
2013 Sep 11 Government Announces Steps to Restore Confidence on Encryption Standards1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+12
2013 Sep 12 6 Whopping Government Misstatements About NSA Spying | Threat Level1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+85
2013 Sep 12 EFF's Cheat Sheet to Congress' NSA Spying Bills1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+48
2013 Oct 15 A Court Order is an Insider Attack1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+8
2013 Oct 26 Ten Steps You Can Take Right Now Against Internet Surveillance3 CommentsBlueJadeLei+47
2014 Jan 30 ACLU & terrorism suspect challenges warrantless snooping law2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+28
2014 Feb 25 Surveillance baron busted by FBI for election-finance fraud1 CommentsBlueJadeLei+21
2014 Mar 14 Bill Moyers interviews Dragnet Nation author2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+12
2014 Mar 21 Microsoft: We have the right to search your Hotmail account (updated)0 CommentsBlueJadeLei+5
2014 Mar 22 Help MuckRock scour Homeland Security's social media monitoring handbook2 CommentsBlueJadeLei+5
2013 Dec 14 TIL Flash has P2P, you know what to click0 CommentsBluePizzaPill+0
2014 Jan 27 NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps like Angry Birds to scoop user data3 CommentsBluePizzaPill+49
2013 Jul 29 Thought this would be the place to ask: Is there a "Truecrypt for dummies" anywhere?5 CommentsBlueberryPhi+5
2014 Oct 21 The Hidden Picture Your Instagram Paints1 CommentsBlunkus+4
2013 Aug 13 These new Court Documents reveal Google is hiding some PRISM type data mining program built into Gmail and App Infrastructure!66 CommentsBnott+337
2015 May 22 This is how you tap a fiber connection for surveillance. With a Test Access Point (TAP) anyone can do this not just the NSA.2 CommentsBoBoMoToe+12
2013 Dec 08 The Awesome, Terrifying Logos of America's Spy Satellite Missions7 CommentsBobatea+22
2016 Jun 07 Facebook is listening to your conversations using your device's microphone.0 CommentsBobbyCondarco+1
2013 Aug 13 Agreements with private companies protect U.S. access to cables’ data for surveillance0 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+8
2013 Aug 14 Lavabit founder, under gag order, speaks out about shut-down decision6 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+75
2013 Aug 19 Paranoid Browsing Chrome extension, developer looking for feedback2 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+17
2013 Aug 29 School District-Wide Social Media Eavesdropping Program Begins3 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+7
2013 Sep 13 Anyone checked out Glimpse (aka myfoia.com)?1 CommentsBobbyTendinitis+5
2016 Mar 27 House bill wants to crack down on prepaid 'burner' phones4 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+29
2016 Apr 07 Brave browser faces huge blowback from publishing industry4 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+14
2016 Apr 08 Apple's first court-ordered iPhone unlock likely dates back to 2008 case, report says0 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+7
2016 Apr 13 FBI reportedly paid hackers for tool that cracked San Bernardino gunman's iPhone0 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+30
2016 Apr 13 Our taxes in practice -- FBI pays hackers to open terror iPhone17 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+96
2016 Apr 20 Microsoft Says U.S. Is Abusing Secret Warrants0 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+50
2016 Apr 20 Police Officials: Google and Apple Should Censor Encryption Apps in Their Stores0 CommentsBobsBurgers3Bitcoin+2
2013 Dec 17 Question: If GCHQ is exempt from the freedom of information act are they also free from subject access requests under the data protection act?1 CommentsBobskiii+4
2009 Nov 18 What personal data is generally collected by Android apps?2 CommentsBodProbe+2
2012 Feb 06 Best practice using a new Mullvad VPN8 CommentsBofowoci+3
2012 Mar 27 Your privacy is a sci-fi fantasy (Paul Venezia)1 CommentsBogdanGhita+32
2012 Apr 12 This Internet provider pledges to put your privacy first. Always. (Declan McCullagh)0 CommentsBogdanGhita+0
2013 Jun 10 Private cloud alternatives1 CommentsBolusop+6
2013 Oct 01 German writer denied entry to US after signing anti-NSA petition12 CommentsBolusop+403
2014 Apr 29 Are TOR hidden services a valid substitute for DynDNS?1 CommentsBolusop+1
2014 Sep 17 ... not until you're cleared of anti-patriotic suspicions!0 CommentsBolusop+0
2015 Dec 09 Is there something to sync your contacts/calendar/stuff privately?18 CommentsBolusop+14
2016 Apr 26 I use Google Chrome to open .pdf and play movies. Is this dangerous? Can Google see Im watching something I torrented?2 CommentsBondoMondo+1
2015 Mar 12 [Meta] Is it possible to live in the modern world without a cell phone? Can you be contacted in an emergency without having a personal tracking device?35 CommentsBoneasaurus+60
2015 Feb 06 Can my employer provide another party with my SSN without my consent?1 CommentsBoneyTee+18
2016 Jan 15 NSA says new phone spying program meets privacy safeguards4 CommentsBonleta+5
2016 Jan 25 The Tor Project Raised Over $200,000 From Its First Crowdfunding Campaign1 CommentsBood530+29
2015 Dec 23 NSA Helped British Spies Find Security Holes In Juniper Firewalls1 CommentsBooglarizeYou+66
2015 Jan 12 Facebook is stopping users from using any nickname or pseudonym on their service2 CommentsBookwormSkates+5
2016 Jun 14 Russian spies hack U.S. Democratic Party computers2 CommentsBoombara+23
2016 Jul 29 Data protection, Brexit and campaigners: Privacy policy? Eh? (About opposing political campaigns sending massive amounts of personal information on voters to the same US company)0 CommentsBootyMcRantface+5
2016 May 28Misleading - Not all links Reddit will be silently changing links to redirection links via third-party advertising services in the near future102 CommentsBooty_Bumping+712
2013 Oct 06 Jacob Appelbaum Doesn't Have Much Hope for the Future of Privacy5 CommentsBoredOfCanada+14
2013 Dec 21 Snowden ally Appelbaum claims his Berlin apartment was invaded2 CommentsBoredOfCanada+98
2015 Oct 15 Fallout from EU-US Safe Harbor ruling will be dramatic and far-reaching0 CommentsBorgatbars+17
2013 Jun 29 Revisiting an article from 2011. The NSA recommends Windows for network security, you say?3 CommentsBorgbox+44
2013 Jul 01 An MIT Project That Lets You Spy On Yourself.2 CommentsBorgbox+14
2013 Jul 02CodeRed Android/Motorola tracking your social life through your phone?3 CommentsBorgbox+21
2013 Jul 08 No Privacy Curriculum is Complete Without a Study of the Anonymous Movement. "We Are Legion"2 CommentsBorgbox+14
2013 Aug 07 Updated Analysis of the Torsploit Magneto. Can you push an IP attribution change in a matter of hours?2 CommentsBorgbox+4
2013 May 09 Five Factors in Balancing Privacy and Protection0 CommentsBoringmetoo+4
2016 Nov 16 Chinese company installed secret backdoor on hundreds of thousands of phones35 CommentsBoris740+303
2016 Nov 21 Powerful backdoor/rootkit found preinstalled on 3 million Android phones1 CommentsBoris740+8
2013 Jul 12 I have a couple of security needs that should be filled, that is anonymous internet access and storage of some sensitive files12 CommentsBorisMankiw+12
2015 Jan 29 reddit published their first transparency report (2014)1 CommentsBossman1086+9
2015 Feb 14 Obama calls for public debate over encryption39 CommentsBossman1086+129
2015 Feb 24 Superfish Update - An Open Letter from Lenovo CTO Peter Hortensius1 CommentsBossman1086+4
2015 Feb 28 Proposed privacy bill protects industry more than it does people0 CommentsBossman1086+8
2015 Mar 16 Virginia passes shortest limit in US on keeping license plate reader data0 CommentsBossman1086+4
2015 Mar 30 TSA’s Secret Behavior Checklist to Spot Terrorists3 CommentsBossman1086+19
2015 Apr 03 Microsoft Will Remove “Do Not Track” As The Default Setting In Its New Browsers31 CommentsBossman1086+295
2015 Apr 10 Philly PD Declares All Drivers To Be 'Under Investigation' While Denying Request For License Plate Reader Data16 CommentsBossman1086+233
2015 Apr 13 French surveillance bill draws criticism from web firms and civil liberty groups0 CommentsBossman1086+25
2015 Apr 21 ​Now you can download your entire search history from Google2 CommentsBossman1086+1
2015 May 08 Google Said Ready to Give Android Users More Privacy Controls2 CommentsBossman1086+16
2015 Jun 01 Report: TSA failed to catch 67 out of 70 threats4 CommentsBossman1086+51
2015 Jun 02 FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft over US cities16 CommentsBossman1086+453
2015 Jun 09 Let us spy for 6 months more: NSA asks court for extension of expired surveillance program3 CommentsBossman1086+20
2015 Jun 11 Australia's SOPA Gets The Green Light0 CommentsBossman1086+5
2015 Jun 22 Popular Security Software Came Under Relentless NSA and GCHQ Attacks6 CommentsBossman1086+75
2015 Jun 22 SCOTUS Overturns L.A. Law Allowing Police to Conduct Warrantless Searches of Hotel Guest Registries0 CommentsBossman1086+23
2016 Jan 12 Telegram’s Troubled Times In The Middle East0 CommentsBossman1086+1
2016 Jan 20 What's The Difference Between 'Mass Surveillance' And 'Bulk Collection'? Does It Matter?2 CommentsBossman1086+2
2016 Jan 21 ACLU unveils privacy fight in 16 states1 CommentsBossman1086+13
2016 Feb 22 In Internal Email, Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Refusal To Unlock iPhone Is An Issue Of Civil Liberties1 CommentsBossman1086+31
2016 Mar 18 Apple Engineers Contemplate Refusing To Write Code Demanded By Justice Department61 CommentsBossman1086+343
2016 Mar 22 Milwaukee PD Hid Stingray Usage From Judges, Defendants And Now Congress Members Want Answers From The FBI | Techdirt2 CommentsBossman1086+24
2016 Feb 02 Americorps applications cannot be deleted - including your SSN2 CommentsBowtiecaptain+3
2015 Jan 12 Deimoz explains what is and what isn't being tracked on reddit and mentions his own privacy concern. [xpost from /r/ShitTheAdminsSay]2 CommentsBr00ce+1
2015 Jan 13 US and EU politicians use Charlie Hebdo attack to call for more Internet surveillance1 CommentsBr00ce+54
2015 Jan 15 reddit is updating their Privacy Policy and want our feedback0 CommentsBr00ce+8
2015 Jan 27 25,000 angry users: Facebook privacy class action lawsuit to be heard by European court2 CommentsBr00ce+36
2015 Jan 29 45 Percent Of Americans Think Online Privacy Is More Important Than National Security2 CommentsBr00ce+53
2016 Apr 25 Looking for publications about relations between user behaviour on Twitter and how they treat private information0 CommentsBractude+2
2015 Jul 31 10 icky aspects of Windows 10's updated privacy policies1 CommentsBradyDale+33
2016 May 31 Ad injection company 50onred has a culture that makes it hard for devs to leave3 CommentsBradyDale+3
2016 Jun 09 Smearing browser fingerprints (or: why not lie to trackers?)8 CommentsBradyDale+2
2016 Jun 10 Authentic8's Silo browser puts all the processing in the cloud.2 CommentsBradyDale+4
2016 Jul 11 If someone cloned your cell phone, would they be able to read your Signal messages?6 CommentsBradyDale+2
2016 Aug 11 Developer gets a spam email from Sears after just looking at its website61 CommentsBradyDale+366
2016 Nov 23 Ex-Microsoft Employee bashes the current privacy issues with Windows 103 CommentsBrandon753+15
2015 Sep 25 Why have curtains in your house, but not on the web?4 CommentsBrandwash+21
2015 Sep 26 How data could be Google's downfall7 CommentsBrandwash+10
2015 Aug 20 ZeroNet: an open source platform for distributed websites that are censorship resistant, but very functional. Plays nice with Tor.1 CommentsBrassTeacup+3
2016 Oct 13 Remotely access kinect?2 CommentsBreadnbutter1+3
2015 Aug 30 The Ashley Madison hack is bad news for cheaters—and just as terrible for everyone else0 CommentsBreezinga+10
2015 Jan 06 Disabling FB Addverts3 CommentsBreinman+3
2016 Dec 21 What's up with cloudflare and TOR exit nodes?3 CommentsBrent9018+6
2017 Jan 13 We are Mission Tor, a service to provide high speed Tor nodes to help win the fight of censorship and surveillance. We are low on donations and need your help.32 CommentsBrent9018+60
2017 Jan 14 No thanks, google.3 CommentsBrent9018+0
2016 Feb 25 The nation's largest wiretap operation, which was likely illegal, has come to an end0 CommentsBrett_Kelman+2
2015 Feb 10 Several states want to turn your smartphone (with a convenient GPS) into a driver's license0 CommentsBrianPurkiss+3
2015 Jul 30 Is Online Privacy Becoming a Rare Commodity?0 CommentsBriangiggs+1
2015 Mar 09 Anti-Terrorism Act threatens privacy rights: Editorial1 CommentsBriceWatland+3
2012 Dec 08 What New Congressional Leaders Could Mean for Online Privacy0 CommentsBristena+13
2012 Dec 22 Google Chrome 25 to kill silent extension installation.1 CommentsBrndyAlxndr+25
2016 Feb 11 I want to download music on the internet. I don't want my internet provider or anyone else seeing that. What can I do?4 CommentsBrokeMike+3
2016 Jun 04 Tor and browser privacy addons1 CommentsBroken280X+2
2013 Apr 17 FBI's "Big Brother" program moving ahead with few public details0 CommentsBrooksButlerHays+2
2013 Jul 18 Cops question German after he jokes about NSA on Facebook1 CommentsBrotoriousNIG+14
2013 Aug 22 Gmail & privacy: No, Google didn't suddenly go all evil2 CommentsBrotoriousNIG+11
2010 Sep 07 Virginia court: Police can use GPS to track suspects without a warrant0 CommentsBrovvnout+4
2016 Nov 24 Android keyboard10 CommentsBrownMeerkat+6
2015 Oct 02 Cyberfox question3 CommentsBrowser_Throwaway+11
2014 May 10 What happens when big data blurs lines between innocent and criminal4 CommentsBrucato+27
2012 Oct 15 Thanks SRS!4 CommentsBrudus+4
2016 Sep 28 Is it at all possible to sign up for facebook these days without giving a cell phone number?8 CommentsBrunoBMT+0
2014 Oct 18 Is this possible?3 CommentsBrutalises+1
2014 Oct 23 Linux Distros?9 CommentsBrutalises+2
2016 Sep 08 Creating a website that respects the privacy of its visitors?3 CommentsBrutus-1787+7
2015 Nov 12 Edward Snowden and Queen's University Livestream: Surveillance after Snowden0 CommentsBry6n+14
2015 Sep 22 Is Your a smart refrigerator Giving Away Your Personal Data?6 CommentsBrysonAVincent2+23
2015 Jun 24 Terms of Service Accept or F*** off0 CommentsBubblegumArcade+0
2016 Oct 28 Alternative Email Providers?13 CommentsBuggySencho+3
2015 Mar 18 Tell your reps to oppose the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 (CISA)0 CommentsBuildQuorum+4
2017 Jan 11 Blockchain will rewire security, privacy—and business. The tech underlying Bitcoin promises to transform virtually any online organization. CISOs, CIOs—get ready.0 CommentsBull_Frog0+3
2013 Jun 08 Is this coincidental ?7 CommentsBulldog65+1
2013 Apr 30 Retweeted by /u/MikkoHypponen: "Swedish police decrypted #anakata's TrueCrypt and Filevault."41 CommentsBumIsOnTheSwedish+58
2016 Dec 11 Research on digital privacy policy1 CommentsBumbasta+10
2016 May 09 Found disturbing information about the skype program today.10 CommentsBunnyinwonderland+6
2015 Sep 29 Beginner Question (sorry)6 CommentsBurgerkingxxx+0
2016 Mar 19 Virgin Media is literally Big Brother from 1984, and I can proove it2 CommentsBurn_The_Witch_2+6
2016 Dec 02 Expense Tracker for iOS & Android (non-cloud, secure)2 CommentsBurnsIndustries+1
2014 May 13 Ex-NSA Chief: ‘We Kill People Based on Metadata’0 CommentsBurnsinator_X+50
2017 Jan 04 I currently use gmail, but would like to switch to something more private/secure.20 CommentsBurntGlory+7
2017 Jan 07 What extensions should I be using?7 CommentsBurntGlory+2
2017 Jan 07 What privacy basics would you recommend?20 CommentsBurntGlory+12
2017 Jan 10 How do you feel about Mega cloud storage?12 CommentsBurntGlory+3
2017 Jan 17 This whole privacy thing is a bit overwhelming38 CommentsBurntGlory+82
2015 Mar 25 Is there a TrueCrypt alternative for Mac OS X?2 CommentsBurungHantu+1
2015 Apr 25 What are your must have privacy / encryption tools or services and why?1 CommentsBurungHantu+10
2015 May 16 How to setup your own privacy respecting search engine in a couple of hours with a free ssl certificate8 CommentsBurungHantu+16
2015 May 24 Firefox Addon: Google search link fix - Prevents Google search pages from modifying search result links when you click them.5 CommentsBurungHantu+15
2015 Jun 11 ProtonMail: When will the source code be released?7 CommentsBurungHantu+33
2015 Jul 10 The complete privacytools.io website source code and files are now on GitHub. Participate now3 CommentsBurungHantu+136
2015 Jul 21 SPIEGEL Interview with Julian Assange: 'We Are Drowning in Material'0 CommentsBurungHantu+21
2015 Dec 02 Censored: Facebook's WhatsApp is blocking Telegram Links in it's Android App.0 CommentsBurungHantu+1
2016 Dec 16 Evernote will not implement its controversial new privacy policy on January 23 after all4 CommentsBurungHantu+5
2016 Dec 19 Interesting: Discussion with the CEO of DuckDuckGo about privacy, NSA and USA on privacytools.io GitHub.59 CommentsBurungHantu+310
2012 Jul 14 The device in your purse or jeans that you think is a cellphone — guess again. It is a tracking device that happens to make calls (x/technology)2 CommentsBut_Wait_Theres_More+47
2014 Oct 19 What is the status on truecrypt?56 CommentsButteryCat+76
2015 Jun 06 Is it legal to post a snapchat on instragram without the consent of the one who sent the snapchat?3 CommentsButwella+2
2016 Jul 28 Any way to safely play my favorite video game on PC?0 CommentsBuzzLightqueer69+1
2016 Apr 16 Creating an anonymous Linux/Windows dual-boot23 CommentsBuzz_dude+20
2016 May 18 Most anonymous Windows 7 setup (as much as it possibly can, being Windows).19 CommentsBuzz_dude+22
2016 Sep 05 Thoughts on Untangle Router OS - Good for Privacy and Safety?8 CommentsBuzz_dude+2
2016 Oct 23 Switching from Windows to a Linux Distro, any recommendations?52 CommentsBuzz_dude+62
2016 Nov 07 Steam on Linux - Is it a privacy concern?3 CommentsBuzz_dude+10
2014 Jun 05 [Article 1] Security Dramatica - Blinding the Five Eyes16 CommentsByteRott+3
2012 Apr 18 Safe Destruction of Hundreds/Thousands of CDs/DVDs19 CommentsC-Drive+11
2016 Feb 12Misleading title MS to allow users to completely disable telemetry in Windows 10.7 CommentsC-Ron+7
2016 Mar 03 iOS 9.3 makes it abundantly clear if your work iPhone is being tracked by your employer0 CommentsC-Ron+3
2012 Apr 15 Guides for privacy3 CommentsCAPTAIN_CAPS_LOCK+5
2014 Jan 03 Idea to help avoid metadata surveillance with Raspberry Pi (x-post from /r/raspberry_pi)9 CommentsCC_EF_JTF+18
2016 Dec 09 SecurePIM by Virtual Solution AG0 CommentsCHolland8776+0
2012 May 04advice iSight camera hacked (possibly by big business) please read!15 CommentsCJMilli+9
2015 Oct 27 Let's Encrypt With Let's Encrypt: Deploying SSL for free in 20 minutes4 CommentsCOMPUTER__SCIENTIST+18
2016 Nov 01 How is it that there doesn't seem to be any email apps for iOS that support PGP/GPG without an annoying copy-paste process? Whiteout Mail was the last attempt, or am I missing something?17 CommentsCR0CKER+3
2016 Nov 04 How secure is Apple's "Reading List" feature? I can't find information on whether bookmarked URLs are encrypted before transferred to iCloud. How does Reading List stack up against Instapaper and a non-self-hosted Wallabag?4 CommentsCR0CKER+1
2017 Jan 15 Are Apple iCloud Notes end-to-end encrypted?7 CommentsCR0CKER+4
2016 Mar 01 Congresswoman Norma Torres, a member of the Homeland Security Committee, is asking for input regarding the Apple vs. FBI case. Please let her know where you stand.3 CommentsCSUSBro+32
2012 Jan 26 Order to Decrypt Laptop Does Not Violate Defendant’s Fifth Amendment, Judge Rules | PCWorld0 CommentsCTR1+1
2015 Jul 30 Kim Dotcom: "I'm not involved in Mega anymore. Neither in a managing nor in a shareholder capacity. The company has suffered from a hostile takeover by a Chinese investor who is wanted in China for fraud." [...] I don't think your data is safe on Mega anymore."5 CommentsCTSD+49
2013 Jun 18 White House Petition to Prosecute Director of National Intelligence James Clapper for lying to Congress about the NSA's domestic data-collection4 CommentsCTross33+4
2015 Dec 29 Company Requesting Emailed Copies of CC and DL Info - Any way to alert others of this shady practice?4 CommentsCUCompE+5
2013 May 22 How to ungoogle by wife-is-sizequeen (xpost from r/technology)1 CommentsCXgamer+7
2014 Oct 24 Tracing how advertisers got hold of my phone number3 CommentsCXgamer+9
2016 Dec 27 Online Dating for the privacy minded - is it even possible?2 CommentsCZ2DE+1
2014 Aug 11 scrambl.is - usable everyday encryption6 CommentsCZMN+10
2015 Aug 03 Removing a cached image on Google Images of an image deleted from Google+ profile0 CommentsCacillent+2
2015 Jun 10 What's the most secure email service?24 CommentsCainnech+22
2016 Dec 30 Drone Privacy Laws (California)0 CommentsCalaverasResident+1
2013 Jun 06 Should you care if the government spies on you?2 CommentsCalebGarling+2
2014 Sep 17 When the Government Wanted a Database of Everyone's IQ0 CommentsCalebGarling+12
2015 Sep 16 College Kids; Be Wary Of New Apps — They’re Probably Leaking Your Data0 CommentsCaliAlec+17
2014 Jan 15 Canadian Privacy Commissioner finds Google's online advertising service broke Canadian privacy laws by unlawfully using "sensitive information" about your online activities to target you with health-related advertisements.1 CommentsCallicles-On-Fire+59
2014 Apr 30 Canadian Government makes over a million requests a year for data from telecoms4 CommentsCallicles-On-Fire+17
2013 Nov 17 How does Prism and Tempora differ from ECHELON? Why all the fuss about something we already knew existed?1 CommentsCameronMurray+2
2015 Jan 15 I'm confused, BBC news is claiming that the potential ban on end to end encryption is a resurrection of the Draft Communication Bill of 2012, am I missing something or does the article not make sense.4 CommentsCameronMurray+1
2014 Feb 23 I wanted to submit this and give it a shot (r/OperationPhoenix)25 CommentsCaminsky+0
2012 Jun 18 Arvind Narayanan Isn’t Anonymous, and Neither Are You: WIRED0 CommentsCamoBee+9
2012 Jun 19 Chinese online censorship targets "collective action" posts0 CommentsCamoBee+5
2012 Jun 20 Face.com App Allowed Facebook, Twitter Account Hijacking0 CommentsCamoBee+2
2012 Jun 24 Do You Lose Free Speech Rights If You Speak Using A Computer?2 CommentsCamoBee+5
2012 Jun 24 Privacy's death toll: HIPAA and Vioxx0 CommentsCamoBee+2
2012 Jun 26 Proxy Your Way to Online Anonymity0 CommentsCamoBee+6
2012 Jun 26 Post Vacation Statues on Facebook, Get Your House Burgled1 CommentsCamoBee+11
2012 Jul 04 Jury: forgetting to log off gives “tacit authorization” for snooping | Ars Technica0 CommentsCamoBee+10
2012 Jul 06 Court in OWS Twitter Case Gets it Wrong Again0 CommentsCamoBee+12
2014 Feb 16 Why Do We Value Privacy?9 CommentsCandD+1
2015 May 23 Congressman Thomas Massie Opposes Patriot Act0 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+8
2015 May 26 Dave Brat and Rand Paul: FREEDOM Act won't fix government overreach0 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+6
2015 May 28 NEOCON Chris Christie slams Rand Paul & Mike Lee over Patriot Act opposition1 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+8
2015 May 31 Today is the day that Rand Paul​ stands against the establishment for the privacy of American citizens37 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+267
2015 May 31 Sen. Rand Paul EPIC Speech Against the PATRIOT Act - May 31, 201538 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+184
2015 Jun 01 Rand Paul​ slamming the Fox News​ mantra that he is making Americans less safe.45 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+375
2015 Jun 08 Surveillance fight puts Justin Amash back in spotlight0 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+4
2015 Jun 09 Wyoming privacy constitutional amendment could return0 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+1
2015 Dec 19 Rand Paul Mocks Trump: ‘Keep Government Out of the Internet’0 CommentsCandidates4Liberty+11
2014 Oct 27 Anybody used FrootVPN? It's Free.3 CommentsCandyflipforeveryone+7
2016 Feb 05 Speculating radical futures: a Post-voting society?0 CommentsCannes_+5
2014 Oct 28 Ex CBS Reporter Claims Government Bugged Her Computer1 CommentsCannon-C+14
2015 Aug 03 Government Access To Windows 1014 CommentsCannon-C+57
2015 Nov 17 No evidence ISIS terrorists used encryption, however there is strong evidence they used vehicles. Ban all vehicles now!44 CommentsCannon-C+1322
2015 Dec 04 Lets money bomb Tor! Make Tor not reliant on government funding.0 CommentsCannon-C+3
2015 Dec 09 Archive Of Crypto Software: Suggestions Needed0 CommentsCannon-C+3
2015 Dec 13 The Dawn of the Crypto Age0 CommentsCannon-C+10
2016 Feb 08 Computrace activated?6 CommentsCannon-C+4
2016 Jul 05Software Randomizing Hostname and MAC Addresses Automatically2 CommentsCannon-C+3
2015 Jan 29 Background check without providing social directly?2 CommentsCannonball_Z+3
2016 Jan 18 Microsoft’s new PR idiocy: New PC can only use Windows 10 (not 7 nor 8.1)142 CommentsCantStomptheTrump+333
2016 Jan 20 The state of privacy in America: What we learned0 CommentsCantStomptheTrump+2
2016 Jan 22 GCHQ Developed Encryption Software ‘Has Backdoor’0 CommentsCantStomptheTrump+9
2013 Sep 13 Google is NSA7 CommentsCapJackSparrow+35
2016 May 03 Adecuación a la LOPD con workflow y gestión documental. Taller práctico0 CommentsCapMontoro+0
2014 Jun 15 The importance of anonymity on the internet (+ resources)0 CommentsCapitalistCunt+21
2011 Sep 24 Facebook’s Timeline: A History of Lost Privacy0 CommentsCapnGoat+12
2011 Sep 29 Khula Project: Creating Human-Readable Privacy Policies0 CommentsCapnGoat+3
2014 Apr 14 Noob question about verifying pgp messages2 CommentsCapnHooke+1
2014 Oct 13 Keeping your digital life safe in the age of surveillance0 CommentsCapnTrip+0
2014 Nov 08 Online Privacy Should Be Marketed More Like Snowboarding, Says Wickr CEO2 CommentsCapnTrip+12
2014 Nov 10 Firefox Now Has Increased Privacy Control With “Forget” Button and Anonymous Search13 CommentsCapnTrip+90
2014 Dec 04 The NSA spent years snooping on the world's wireless carriers0 CommentsCapnTrip+35
2014 Dec 09 NSA warrantless bulk phone metadata spying continues unabated0 CommentsCapnTrip+17
2014 Dec 16 Cops illegally nailed webcam to utility pole for 6 weeks to spy on house18 CommentsCapnTrip+119
2014 Dec 22 Judge says police can create fake Instagram accounts to see photos5 CommentsCapnTrip+14
2014 Dec 28 On Christmas Eve, NSA quietly releases 12 years worth of internal reports1 CommentsCapnTrip+126
2015 Jan 03 Now Every Patient is a Subject - When personalized medicine, genomic research, and privacy collide.0 CommentsCapnTrip+5
2015 Jan 06 Lavabit founder wants to make “dark” e-mail secure by default0 CommentsCapnTrip+12
2015 Jan 19 Technology offers no magic solution to bulk data collection issues, says panel0 CommentsCapnTrip+5
2015 Feb 03 Court tosses warrant where FBI cut Internet, posed as hotel repairmen0 CommentsCapnTrip+6
2015 Feb 09 Anonymity is dead and other lessons from the Silk Road trial24 CommentsCapnTrip+103
2015 Mar 16 Anti-doxing strategy—or, how to avoid 50 Qurans and $287 of Chick-Fil-A1 CommentsCapnTrip+9
2015 Mar 18 This Company Is Creeping Social Media For Cheating Students1 CommentsCapnTrip+6
2015 Mar 22 Is a lifetime of involuntary GPS monitoring constitutional?0 CommentsCapnTrip+30
2015 Mar 23 Islamic State doxes US soldiers, airmen, calls on supporters to kill them1 CommentsCapnTrip+29
2015 Apr 03 Snapchat Reveals How Many of Your Snaps It’s Sharing With the Government0 CommentsCapnTrip+11
2015 Apr 22 This Fantastic Documentary Lays Out Everything About Online Privacy2 CommentsCapnTrip+18
2015 Apr 26 Your Tor-based email isn't as secure as you think4 CommentsCapnTrip+18
2015 May 09 Senate GOP leader pushes for phone spying after court says it’s illegal0 CommentsCapnTrip+60
2015 May 09 Netizen Report: Slovakia Says Mass Surveillance Is Unconstitutional0 CommentsCapnTrip+22
2015 May 12 Google Confirms Cops Can Wiretap Your Hangouts3 CommentsCapnTrip+34
2015 May 25 County sheriff has used stingray over 300 times with no warrant8 CommentsCapnTrip+301
2015 May 30 “Lone wolf” and “roving wiretap” US surveillance powers expire Sunday0 CommentsCapnTrip+7
2015 Jun 02 For the First Time in 14 Years, the NSA Can’t Get Your Phone Records2 CommentsCapnTrip+2
2015 Jun 03 How the end of Patriot Act provisions changes NSA surveillance0 CommentsCapnTrip+3
2015 Jun 22 Comcast ordered to unmask anonymous online newspaper commenter0 CommentsCapnTrip+1
2015 Jun 26 Women, LGBT least safe on Facebook, despite 'real name' policy2 CommentsCapnTrip+14
2015 Jun 28 For post-Snowden cloud startups, privacy proves a hard sell3 CommentsCapnTrip+18
2015 Aug 01 Privacy Activists Aren't Happy with Windows 1051 CommentsCapnTrip+172
2015 Aug 03 Warrantless mobile phone location tracking heads to Supreme Court - Will the justices rule for the government or Fourth Amendment privacy?0 CommentsCapnTrip+10
2015 Aug 05 Windows 10 doesn’t offer much privacy by default: Here’s how to fix it7 CommentsCapnTrip+40
2015 Aug 05 Even the Department of Homeland Security Opposes CISA0 CommentsCapnTrip+10
2015 Aug 05 Warrant required for mobile phone location tracking, US appeals court rules1 CommentsCapnTrip+89
2015 Aug 17 AT&T helped the NSA spy on the UN's internet traffic (updated)0 CommentsCapnTrip+2
2015 Aug 17 Here Are the Mobile Companies Still Tracking You Across the Web0 CommentsCapnTrip+8
2015 Aug 21 You Can’t Do Squat About Spotify’s Eerie New Privacy Policy59 CommentsCapnTrip+83
2015 Aug 28 Spotify released a new privacy policy that is now in effect, and it turns out that the company wants to learn a lot more about you and there’s not much you can do about it.1 CommentsCapnTrip+1
2015 Sep 08 Report: Apple Rejected Justice Department Demands for iMessages7 CommentsCapnTrip+48
2015 Oct 06 'Nameless Coalition' Petitions Facebook to Rethink Its Real Name Policy0 CommentsCapnTrip+7
2015 Oct 09 Encryption Pioneer Phil Zimmermann: 'People Want Their Privacy for Free'14 CommentsCapnTrip+75
2015 Oct 30 Homejoy Co-Founder Allegedly Reused Customer Data Without Permission0 CommentsCapnTrip+9
2015 Nov 07 FCC refuses to force websites to honor Do Not Track requests48 CommentsCapnTrip+274
2015 Nov 12 Appeals court allows NSA bulk phone spying to continue unabated3 CommentsCapnTrip+28
2015 Nov 28 FCC hires a privacy guru to help lead its telecom investigations0 CommentsCapnTrip+17
2015 Nov 28 Encrypted Messaging App Telegram Leaks Usage Data7 CommentsCapnTrip+31
2015 Dec 02 Snowden’s Favorite Chat App Is Coming to Your Computer0 CommentsCapnTrip+11
2015 Dec 05 People Are Complaining That Amazon Echo Is Responding to Ads on TV6 CommentsCapnTrip+60
2015 Dec 07 Kazakhstan will require internet surveillance back doors0 CommentsCapnTrip+4
2015 Dec 10 The SEC Wants to Read Your Emails Without a Warrant - How it and other civil agencies are trying to undermine important privacy reform.4 CommentsCapnTrip+145
2016 Feb 09 Yes, Cops Can Spy on Your Front Door for 10 Weeks Without a Warrant1 CommentsCapnTrip+19
2016 Mar 27 House Lawmaker Wants to Require Personal Information To Buy A Burner Phone6 CommentsCapnTrip+25
2016 Apr 04 MPAA opposes proposed Minnesota revenge porn law, says it limits speech0 CommentsCapnTrip+2
2016 Apr 25 Court: Cops Need a Warrant to Open Your Phone, Even Just to Look at the Screen11 CommentsCapnTrip+339
2016 Apr 26 What becomes of Facebook when people start to value privacy?0 CommentsCapnTrip+1
2016 Apr 29 Supreme Court approves feds' request for greater hacking powers1 CommentsCapnTrip+17
2016 May 02 Italy orders Facebook to hand over fake user account data to its alleged victim - US social networking giant refuses to say whether it will comply with Italian demand.0 CommentsCapnTrip+8
2016 May 06 Cops Are Now Paying to Hack into Crime Victims' iPhones Too4 CommentsCapnTrip+21
2016 May 23 News Sites Are Tracking Your Web Traffic Way More Than Porn Sites0 CommentsCapnTrip+10
2016 May 31 Cops can easily get hundreds of days of location data, appeals court rules - Relying on third-party doctrine, Fourth Circuit finds for gov't in US v. Graham.0 CommentsCapnTrip+3
2016 Jun 20 Smile, you’re in the FBI face-recognition database0 CommentsCapnTrip+14
2016 Jul 17 Don't believe the 'Pokemon Go' privacy hype0 CommentsCapnTrip+0
2016 Jul 17 The police can't track your cellphone without a warrant, judge rules | VICE News14 CommentsCapnTrip+416
2016 Aug 04 ​Comcast’s Defense of ‘Pay-For-Privacy’ Alarms Consumer Advocates1 CommentsCapnTrip+61
2016 Aug 05 Good news: the robocalling scourge may not be unstoppable after all0 CommentsCapnTrip+5
2016 Aug 27 Privacy groups call foul on WhatsApp sharing data with Facebook3 CommentsCapnTrip+17
2016 Sep 22 A Frustrating Conversation About Privacy With Google's New Allo Chatbot1 CommentsCapnTrip+9
2016 Sep 24 The FBI recommends you cover your laptop's webcam, for good reason9 CommentsCapnTrip+10
2016 Oct 05 Google's AI Plans Are A Privacy Nightmare4 CommentsCapnTrip+11
2016 Oct 09 How Yahoo Risked User Security by Giving In to Government Surveillance Demands0 CommentsCapnTrip+59
2016 Nov 13 Signal Downloads Spiked After Election Results48 CommentsCapnTrip+147
2016 Dec 16 Evernote will no longer change its privacy policy in January - Evernote's CEO admitted they screwed up.22 CommentsCapnTrip+164
2016 Dec 17 2016's biggest privacy threat: Your phone15 CommentsCapnTrip+126
2015 Feb 27 Schneier on Security: Everyone Wants You To Have Security, But Not from Them2 CommentsCaptSpify_is_Awesome+55
2015 Apr 29 Are there social media website/companies that do NOT blatantly violate privacy rights?6 CommentsCaptainBloodloss+3
2015 Sep 20 Help me find the right email service please35 CommentsCaptainKn0ts+21
2016 Oct 04 How does Facebook recommend friends I've met at college (and ONLY people I've actually met here) when I've made absolutely no mention of them, my college, or even current state?20 CommentsCaptainLamp+25
2016 Feb 27 Farook’s iPhone Is Probably Useless, Even the Police Say So2 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+31
2016 Mar 03 Amazon just removed encryption from the software powering Kindles, phones, and tablets39 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+464
2016 Mar 09 ‘That’s horse sh*t!’: FBI can already unlock iPhone without Apple’s help – Snowden0 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+6
2016 Mar 18 An Open Letter to President Obama: This is About Math, Not Politics0 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+22
2016 Sep 29 FBI Says Edward Snowden Is Reason Companies Are Resisting Handing Over Phone Records0 CommentsCaptainMegaJuice+34
2016 Feb 11 Privacy on a Windows machine?9 CommentsCaptainPugwash75+7
2014 May 13 Google Faces Demand as EU Court Backs Right to Be Forgotten0 CommentsCarin-Belle+20
2015 Oct 10 Allowing ads to display without having them track me?3 CommentsCarlotto185+4
2013 Feb 15 Obama's Plan for "Sharing" Information Between Government and Industry0 CommentsCarminaburanster+7
2014 Oct 16 Why are we fighting to stop the government from ‘spying’ on us instead of teaching people how to be accountable for their own privacy?3 CommentsCarpentersWalrus+3
2012 Jul 02 NY Judge Orders Twitter to Hand Over OWS Protester's Information0 CommentsCarriedBy6+2
2013 Jul 20 Attention, Shoppers: Store Is Tracking Your Cell0 CommentsCarriedBy6+17
2014 Mar 08 This lawmaker thinks you should know about ‘icky’ smartphone snooping2 CommentsCarriedBy6+35
2015 Oct 10 Private database lets police skirt license plate data limits4 CommentsCarriedBy6+56
2015 Oct 31 Supreme Court weighs the right to sue an Internet data site0 CommentsCarriedBy6+19
2015 Oct 29 Privacy advocates slam passage of CISA5 CommentsCarrollQuigley+284
2016 Apr 01 Reddit drops hint on national security snooping0 CommentsCarrollQuigley+0
2015 May 23 Riseup.net guide for a more private web browsing1 CommentsCasSnbCE5m7-hvfUF_u3+3
2017 Jan 06 [Questions] - Tor's uses/safety and Skype's Privacy6 CommentsCasparChance+2
2015 Feb 13 That ;) You Type Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law | WIRED1 CommentsCaspianBlue+15
2015 Apr 02 NSA Struggles to Recruit New Talent in US Post-Snowden50 CommentsCassandraRules+357
2014 Apr 23 Tor's not alone?4 CommentsCassy_+10
2015 Jan 27 What information can be obtained with the last four digits of my Social Security number?5 CommentsCassy_+6
2015 Jan 13 Anti-Privacy CISPA is Back Thanks to the Sony Hack0 CommentsCastrox+3
2013 Jun 23 Jitsi - Please Explain Like I'm Five3 CommentsCasualHello+18
2013 Apr 13 In light of the Committee passing CISPA in an 18-2 vote behind closed doors yesterday, I had an interview with Mr. Christian Dawson, Chairman, i2Coalition today. He talks in length about educating lawmakers on legislative strategies that promote Internet growth. Figured you guys might be interested.0 CommentsCatCatCatCatDog+0
2013 Aug 10 License Plate Data Not Just For Cops0 CommentsCatastropheJohn+10
2016 Jul 11 Architect of UK Snoopers' Charter set to become Prime Minister after a shocking two weeks of people bowing out of the race.6 CommentsCato_Keto_Cigars+43
2012 Aug 31 TSA detains, interrogates Ron Paul's family and aides | Washington Times Communities0 CommentsCatsAreGods+4
2013 Oct 08 Obamacare Marketplace: Personal Data Can Be Used For ‘Law Enforcement and Audit Activities’4 CommentsCatsAreGods+27
2015 Feb 10 Judge rules for NSA in warrantless search case1 CommentsCatsAreGods+9
2015 Jul 07 The NSA was building backdoors into cryptography 50 years ago.6 CommentsCatsAreGods+25
2017 Jan 09 LG threatens to put Wi-Fi in every appliance it introduces in 20174 CommentsCatsAreTasty+9
2014 May 03 Supreme Court further erodes fourth amendment0 CommentsCatsInHawaiianShirts+31
2013 Sep 26 E-ZPasses Get Read All Over New York (Not Just At Toll Booths)0 CommentsCatslinger+26
2014 Jan 28 Last month my credit card notified me of fraudulent charges in another state. This month I actually traveled to that state and the charges weren't flagged. How does my credit card company know where I really am?5 CommentsCauselessEffect+2
2016 Jun 24 A company called Score Assured is planning to analyze people's social media activity and sell their data to employers, landlords, and credit card companies.9 CommentsCelestis+26
2016 Jun 24 Kaspersky Labs CEO: "We Live In The Dark Ages of Internet Security..."0 CommentsCelestis+2
2016 Dec 13 Can the internet browsing activity of a computer affect the targeted ads seen on another computer within the same network?7 CommentsCellularGarrison+1
2014 Nov 29caveat emptor CenoCipher 2.0: Free and open source encrypted communication tool5 CommentsCenoCipherTeam+9
2015 Dec 06 CenoCipher 4.0 released (FOSS encryption tool)7 CommentsCenoCipherTeam+13
2015 Jul 22 What kinds of places can I go, and for free, make phone calls from my cell phone, and have access to a power outlet so I can hook up my laptop, and there are no people around, or at least no people in sight, even if they are somewhere nearby?3 CommentsCentageous+0
2015 Aug 29 Can I install Tails onto a flashdrive, and still use it as a flash drive?4 CommentsCentaurOfDoom+6
2016 Mar 16 The Bitcoin busts: Even with cryptocurrency, researchers can follow the money.0 CommentsCersad+2
2015 Oct 20 Good privacy-minded receipt tracking app?1 CommentsChIck3n115+1
2014 Feb 14 It didn't win but I think this is one of the best cartoons in the "Web We Want" competition0 CommentsChaTo+2
2015 Jun 04 The Information Sold About You Online0 CommentsChakiDrG+1
2016 Jun 25 Do I have to tape over my webcam if .. ?6 CommentsChakibSalah+1
2016 May 11 Note shared with Newsweek by Ransomware victim “There are two ways you can choose: wait for a miracle and get your price doubled, or start obtaining BITCOIN NOW!, and restore your data the easy way. If you have really valuable data, you better not waste your time”0 CommentsChandCurly5+3
2016 May 12 Ransomware attacks on the House of Representatives have increased so much through third-party email providers that Yahoo Mail has been blocked until further notice0 CommentsChandCurly5+8
2013 Apr 14 Parents, iPhones, Privacy.10 CommentsChangeMyStars+8
2014 May 15 Why do kids hate Facebook? Because they understand online sharing and a lack of privacy is no more than an invitation to ridicule7 CommentsCharlemagne2000+40
2015 Dec 27 Anonymous Casual Browsing Questions3 CommentsCharlemagne920+3
2014 Dec 26 Your thoughts on the Levels of Privacy available online3 CommentsCharlesDarwin666+7
2015 Feb 13 Privacy conscious analytics tool?2 CommentsCharlie-B+4
2016 Feb 09 Firefox privacy plugin - manage hidden parameters easily.4 CommentsCharlie-B+8
2015 Apr 20 Top 10 Tips To Protect Your Online Privacy0 CommentsCharmlessWonder+7
2016 Oct 04 Get apps like Uber, Netflix, Reddit ect. without google play store or amazon4 CommentsChaslem+3
2016 Jun 14 Let's Encrypt, a popular online certification authority, accidentally leaks nearly 8000 user email addresses0 CommentsChazDomingo+4
2012 Nov 15 US gets more Google user data than all other countries combined0 CommentsCheapCharlie+5
2013 Apr 26 Mobile privacy?5 CommentsChefshartattack+4
2014 Jul 29 You can get a bit of browser history from Chrome in appdata even if history is cleared.2 CommentsChewyCap+5
2013 Apr 07 Replacing Stolen Mac book security recommendations11 CommentsChiiders+4
2013 May 02 Just curious on what /r/privacy's opinion on this..... story in coments4 CommentsChiiders+0
2014 Feb 18 I have no clue were to post this, so I'm posting this here.(Self-Post)(Facebook Privacy Issue-Urgent for all to know)1 CommentsChiliManiac+0
2012 Nov 27 How to view what websites are tracking about you and block specific ones in Google Chrome (Tested)0 CommentsChillzz+9
2016 Nov 22 Signal without sharing phone number to others11 CommentsChippelchen88+13
2016 Nov 23 Why are Javascript based webmail encryption apps insecure?11 CommentsChippelchen88+14
2016 Dec 30 best addons for Safari?4 CommentsChippelchen88+1
2017 Jan 18 Planning using Signal on iOS27 CommentsChippelchen88+4
2017 Jan 20 WhatsApp vs Signal19 CommentsChippelchen88+0
2013 Nov 03 Do Skype and Gchat (hangouts) keep logs?4 CommentsChizbang+16
2014 Jan 03 Plan b if he NSA crack commonly used encryption standards?27 CommentsChizbang+7
2014 Feb 17 Is there really a point to hosting your own cloud?5 CommentsChizbang+5
2014 Feb 20 Best encrypted IM service?6 CommentsChizbang+2
2014 Apr 15 Whats the next steps I should be taking to assure maximum anonymity?6 CommentsChizbang+6
2014 Apr 20 Would it be safe to host an email server for personal use on a VPS I use for my gaming community and other questions5 CommentsChizbang+2
2014 Apr 27 Should I be using an alternate DNS even if Im on my VPN?3 CommentsChizbang+13
2014 May 03 DuckDuckGo search redirects?3 CommentsChizbang+7
2014 May 12 Tips for self hosting email?3 CommentsChizbang+2
2014 May 16 Self hosted IM services?5 CommentsChizbang+13
2014 May 20 Hosting my own emails: Should I host my own DNS?2 CommentsChizbang+2
2014 May 21 How bugged by the NSA is Windows 8?5 CommentsChizbang+11
2014 Jun 04 A few questions about LUKS encryption1 CommentsChizbang+4
2014 Jun 07 ELI 5: What was the point in TruCrypts decoy encryption drives?1 CommentsChizbang+0
2014 Jun 17 Is GCHQ worse than the NSA?2 CommentsChizbang+11
2014 Jul 22 Why dont most really good encrypted chat services have desktop clients?5 CommentsChizbang+3
2014 Aug 12 Tutorial series on setting up your own email server?5 CommentsChizbang+10
2014 Aug 26 Had a little red box fitted after the people who were doing the driveway broke the fibre optic cable....2 CommentsChizbang+3
2016 Jul 23 Silence: An end to end encrypted SMS app! (Open source too!)2 CommentsChizbang+5
2016 Nov 16 Investigatory Powers Act imminent as peers clear path for UK super-snoop law0 CommentsChizbang+7
2016 Aug 16 Help! Is the OneTab browser extension safe to use?3 CommentsChocolateSandworm+3
2016 Feb 10 "Art imitates life." - Edward Snowden tweets about new mass surveillance game2 CommentsChocoman1+70
2013 Jan 06 A few thoughts and questions about privacy, anonymity, morality, profit, and freedom.0 CommentsChoscura+6
2014 Aug 08 OwnCloud & Basic Security - Setup Tutorial2 CommentsChris9446+10
2016 Aug 06 Remote Wipe1 CommentsChrisd85+0
2016 Aug 01 What's the best way to remove your personal info from the Internet? Are there companies that do it for a fee?8 CommentsChriskob+35
2013 Jun 15 What's the best website to explain email encryption to average people1 CommentsChristianKl+8
2015 Sep 22 Been using google voice (now hangouts) SMS, want to change to a more secure, privacy respecting service ... Any suggestions?18 CommentsChristieLadram+24
2012 Mar 06 Is there any way to prevent tracking through cell phone triangulation?30 CommentsChromeGhost+7
2015 Nov 28 How are smartphones tracked when using anonymous apps and can it be reset?6 CommentsChromeGhost+10
2015 Feb 16 Friend is being surveilled by significant other. HELP10 CommentsChronicDenial+13
2013 Nov 26 Android Apps for Protection on Public Wifi.1 CommentsChuckWood43+5
2016 May 31 Facebook using people’s phones to listen in on what they’re saying, claims professor0 CommentsCiemnika+14
2014 Jul 14 How To Hide Your House From Google Maps5 CommentsCingaMadre+19
2015 Mar 12 Lets get sirius without siri [open source siri] BYO-IPA1 CommentsCiphertext008+2
2015 Jun 21 The Next World War Will be Fought in Silicon Valley1 CommentsCiphertext008+7
2013 Nov 06 Bitcoin: From Anti-State Currency to FBI Cash Cow; Good Cop Obama, Bad Cop Cameron on NSA (Red Couch)0 CommentsCircassianul+1
2014 Sep 09 Infrared to Steal Your Pin Code . . . And How To Prevent This From Happening0 CommentsCitizenJosh+8
2014 Oct 19 Advice please: setting up a privacy strategy for someone in a less-free country4 CommentsCitizenJosh+6
2014 Dec 13 6 guidelines for stopping real estate identity theft0 CommentsCitizenJosh+1
2013 Jun 05 After decades of indifference, India is finally planning to enact a privacy law. But will India succeed this time?1 CommentsCivilLiberties13+19
2013 Jun 05 United Nations Finally Broke Its Silence On Civil Liberties Violations0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+0
2013 Jun 07 Big Brother is listening0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+5
2013 Jun 11 U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) Denies E-Surveillance And Eavesdropping Through Utah Data Center1 CommentsCivilLiberties13+9
2013 Jun 13 Do the NSA's Phone and Internet Monitoring Programs Make Sense?0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+0
2013 Jun 15 Privacy Isn't All We're Losing1 CommentsCivilLiberties13+16
2013 Jun 16 Online privacy and Prism – news and teaching resources round up0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+6
2013 Jun 16 Poking Holes in Genetic Privacy0 CommentsCivilLiberties13+6
2015 Apr 01 Nsa wistleblower must watch0 CommentsCjlibertarian+0
2016 Mar 27 I have some questions about routers/Open-WRT, and others7 CommentsCksole+5
2016 Nov 27 What is preventing people in the public eye from there entire digital footprint being released? And what is the reasoning to do so1 CommentsClintStix+2
2016 Aug 23 What web browser/ad ons to use5 CommentsCloakedCrusader+6
2016 Sep 01Software Brave 0.11.6 released -- bitcoin wallet and publisher payments in beta (X-Post from r/bravebrowser)5 CommentsCloakedCrusader+7
2016 Feb 11 Voice communication apps that are secure by this subreddit standards?5 CommentsCloud99999999+4
2016 May 25 How to create the perfect password3 CommentsClrjamesn52+7
2016 Feb 01 Is FreeBSD a good OS for privacy?3 CommentsClrkami+2
2014 Dec 02 Annoying Firefox for Android Banners - SOLVED4 CommentsClubWDW+11
2014 Dec 12 Migration away from Google nearing completion but...10 CommentsClubWDW+11
2015 Jan 01 Android Internet Privacy Question1 CommentsClubWDW+9
2015 Jan 02 Encryption On Android...Your Experience?1 CommentsClubWDW+1
2014 Dec 28 Facebook's browsing feature2 CommentsClub_BLT+3
2015 Mar 02 These 'privacy glasses' make you invisible to facial recognition0 CommentsClumsyG+2
2016 Feb 23 David Kennedy (founder of TrustedSec) arguing with Fox news and Former FBI on the Apple vs. FBI Debate3 CommentsCmatt10123+7
2015 Feb 24 Google's new CAPTCHA security login raises 'no privacy concerns'0 CommentsCodeDeliveryBoy+2
2015 Apr 07 Facebook sending 'nonposts' to its servers and storing unpublished thoughts115 CommentsCodeDeliveryBoy+420
2015 Apr 29 Do AD blockers and anti tracking plugins only partially solve privacy on the web?3 CommentsCodeDeliveryBoy+13
2014 Jul 23 HOPE X: You've Lost Privacy, Now They're Taking Anonymity2 CommentsCodedBe+10
2013 Aug 18 Detaining my partner: a failed attempt at intimidation | Glenn Greenwald | Comment is free10 CommentsCoffeeAndCigars+133
2014 Apr 08 An Easy Perfect Privacy Portable Setup?6 CommentsCofficular+7
2015 Jul 16 Im new to the whole privacy game. I am having a difficult time understanding SOCKS5. Please help me.5 CommentsCogdis24+10
2014 Sep 04 Home Depot suffers hacking breach that may be larger than Target’s0 CommentsCognitiveJots+16
2016 Apr 11 Storj celebrates Beta launch as it joins Microsoft Azure BaaS0 CommentsCoinosphere+7
2016 Apr 21 Private versus Public Blockchains: Is there room for both to prevail?0 CommentsCoinosphere+3
2016 May 08 Liberty Reserve court case marks the dawn of a new era0 CommentsCoinosphere+10
2016 May 10 The new Mycelium wallet will add fiat currencies, debit cards, personal finance, privacy, and more0 CommentsCoinosphere+1
2016 May 18 Besa Mafia deep web hitman service turns out to be an elaborate bitcoin scam0 CommentsCoinosphere+15
2016 May 20 Modern day Robin Hood bank robber donated 25 Bitcoins to help fight ISIS0 CommentsCoinosphere+15
2016 Jun 14 John McAfee leads cybersecurity company, signing up Roger Ver and Erik Voorhees3 CommentsCoinosphere+18
2016 Jul 15 UK Government pilot to use blockchain tech for welfare distribution "fraught with danger"0 CommentsCoinosphere+4
2016 Aug 16 Hackers auction NSA cyber weapons for bitcoin1 CommentsCoinosphere+12
2016 Sep 07 Identity protection suite WISeID 6 uses a blockchain for ID storage and validation0 CommentsCoinosphere+22
2016 Oct 02 Iceland's Pirates head for power on wave of public anger0 CommentsCoinosphere+5
2015 Nov 20 How TV ads silently ping commands to phones: Sneaky SilverPush code reverse-engineered59 CommentsCokecan4z+282
2014 Dec 04 Concerned about timing of an email from the Navy6 CommentsColdBloodedAlec+2
2014 Oct 17 Whisper CTO says tracking “anonymous” users not a big deal, really | Ars Technica14 CommentsColonel-Collins+164
2015 Aug 14 Is Using an External Drive for Privacy Viable?6 CommentsColonelFox+5
2015 Dec 15 The Metadata Song For Maple Loops0 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2015 Dec 16 How secure can someone be against nation state adversaries?2 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2015 Dec 24 Full disk encryption in the event of "pulling the plug/holding down the power button" rather than a normal shutdown process?15 CommentsColtMagnum+8
2015 Dec 26 Smartphones compromised by a single text from intelligence agencies?6 CommentsColtMagnum+8
2016 Feb 07 Live USB distros for forensics including grabbing data from an Android and verifying that my encrypted drive isn't leaking any data?2 CommentsColtMagnum+11
2016 Feb 12 Is my entire drive really encrypted?5 CommentsColtMagnum+3
2016 Mar 10 Can't verify Whonix signature1 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2016 May 11 What email services allow PGP integration through something like Thunderbird?2 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2016 May 27 Android burner numbers apps?2 CommentsColtMagnum+5
2016 Jun 03 Help me secure Cyanogenmod5 CommentsColtMagnum+4
2016 Jun 11 Facebook messenger using your mobile number to suggest "People you may know"?8 CommentsColtMagnum+17
2016 Jun 19 Looking for a tool where I can select a geographic area and see all public tweets posted in that area1 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2016 Jul 04 How does IP address tracking on mobile data networks like 3g work?7 CommentsColtMagnum+0
2016 Jul 09 Facebook Messenger "Person used your phone number to reach you"1 CommentsColtMagnum+9
2016 Jul 29 "No Such App" message showing up on Android firefox when I'm browsing a website1 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2016 Aug 14 Turn USB into a yubikey-like device with OTP setup?7 CommentsColtMagnum+2
2015 Apr 28 New business uses your Facebook data to determine how risky you are6 CommentsComisar+36
2014 Dec 12 Just got doxed, what should I do?6 CommentsCommanderCuntPunt+0
2016 Jan 05 Whole Foods Market's new, absolutely-zero-privacy privacy policy4 CommentsCommonSense1993+18
2016 Apr 21 In a First, Judge Throws Out Evidence Obtained from FBI Malware0 CommentsComputatrum_+62
2016 May 22 E-college student internet privacy question? Is this possible?1 CommentsComputernoob34312434+1
2014 Nov 18 "1984" video game - u want?4 CommentsComradGoldstein+2
2014 Nov 22 I just wrote a tutorial on how to set up a Hidden Service and would love some feedback.22 CommentsConcealClunkMinds+54
2014 Dec 16 A Push to Explain the Importance of HTTPS and HTTPS Everywhere3 CommentsConcealClunkMinds+6
2015 Jun 16 Securing your password with "Yahtzee"0 CommentsConcealClunkMinds+2
2014 Jun 14 Secure Email with Lelantos?!?!?!2 CommentsConciliare+0
2010 Jan 11 Airport full-body scanners can store and transmit images0 CommentsConcise_Pirate+3
2016 Mar 29 Paying AT&T Extra for Privacy a 'Benefit,' Claims Company0 CommentsConfidentHollow+8
2016 Sep 07 SIGNAL app security on iPhone that syncs to a Mac potentially with XKeystroke?1 CommentsConnectionTX+1
2016 Nov 24 I think my grandpas phone line is tapped.4 CommentsConnorH131+0
2013 Nov 15 What's the point of privacy anyway?7 CommentsConnorSuttree+1
2016 Sep 16 Radio 4 in Four, WhatsApp users have a week to block a data share with Facebook3 CommentsConorgilmer+1
2013 Apr 24 Question about VPNs and Privacy4 CommentsConservolibertarian+4
2016 Oct 07 How to Rape the 4th Amendment, Police Serving Their Corporate Masters0 CommentsConstitutionalCrank+0
2014 Mar 21 Are you wondering how secure your information is online? Or perhaps what your rights are when your information is hacked from a major retailer? Our Privacy Project Director John M. Simpson will be answering those questions and more for the next hour on Reddit! Come join the discussion...0 CommentsConsumerWD+9
2014 Nov 16 How Worried Should I Be About My My Privacy?14 CommentsConsumingFromWithin+15
2013 Nov 06 VPN Providers and NSA6 CommentsContent-maestro+3
2013 Nov 19 Tips to be safe on the internet: USE VPNS instead of TOR?!?!? will it really help?2 CommentsContent-maestro+1
2016 Mar 14 Ladar Levison (of Lavabit fame) says DarkMail is low on funds right now, needs donations to stave off work stoppage, but he's in talks with venture capital investors. He's also working on a secret project.12 CommentsCookyDough+52
2014 Dec 26 Separate devices, separate uses?2 CommentsCoolMachine+9
2014 Jun 19 I have an idea that might revolutionize internet, cutting off ISP's,governments, NSA, etc forever. Real Privacy. A free P2P mobile 'cloud'. I'd really like your feedback/help on/with this!8 CommentsCoordinator-+4
2015 Apr 23 US Congress Wants to Extend NSA Spying Until 20202 CommentsCopReddit+14
2012 Apr 21 Reddit. I am disappoint. 3 CommentsCopelandish+7
2016 Jun 25 The Private Life of Chromium Browsers1 CommentsCorolaMata+7
2013 Jan 09 Science of Surveillance 0 CommentsCorporate_Ho+6
2013 Jan 25 Privacy advocates and Internet activists call on Skype and Microsoft to open up already about who can access users' sensitive communications0 CommentsCorporate_Ho+5
2013 Sep 11 Feds target US travelers and seize laptops at border, new files detail0 CommentsCorrin44+15
2013 Oct 01 What happens to the NSA with the government shutdown?3 CommentsCorsarioNero+3
2015 Dec 14 Motherboard: Cybersecurity Researchers Are Hunted from All Sides - "These stories of being threatened are common throughout the tight-knit community of high-profile cybersecurity researchers, but few are willing to share them openly"0 CommentsCosmoTheParrot+43
2015 Oct 16 Where is my data leaking from?6 CommentsCountLippe+1
2016 May 31 Mac Office Excel 2016 logging actions to Microsoft : /r/sysadmin0 CommentsCountOfMonteCarlo+4
2016 Jun 08 What's Our Next Fight?0 CommentsCountOfMonteCarlo+5
2014 May 16 What's your argument for people that say, "If you have nothing to hide, you should have no problem with the NSA program."6 CommentsCount_Nero_Interrupt+2
2014 Oct 28 wtf icloud0 CommentsCouto+6
2015 Jan 25 Librem 15: A Free/Libre Software Laptop That Respects Your Essential Freedoms2 CommentsCouto+20
2016 Jan 14 Create an anonymous Signal phone number w/ Android0 CommentsCouto+4
2016 Apr 01 How to Protect Personal Privacy in the Age of Internet0 CommentsCoverMe007+4
2013 Nov 30 What is the best mobile setup, laptop or tablet, and os for cyber Monday, in regard to privacy?1 CommentsCowardlyLionel+0
2015 Dec 04 Users of r/privacy, what phone do you use?12 CommentsCowardlyLionel+11
2013 Aug 15 NSA “touches” more of Internet than Google1 CommentsCowicide+92
2014 Oct 07 Not on a Social Network? You've Still Got a Privacy Problem | WIRED0 CommentsCowicide+4
2014 Nov 28 Some cheap Android tablets via major retailers like Walmart ship with privacy issues including backdoors0 CommentsCowicide+28
2014 Dec 08 Openmailbox.org is on 63% of their funding, help them reach their goal with only €3202 left!16 CommentsCpkiller+18
2011 Sep 18 Good free VPN? 10 CommentsCprlCaboose+8
2013 Nov 08 [Looking] for a google voice alternative that allows call forwarding, sms/mms (mms via email is fine), and voicemail?15 CommentsCptPrivate+18
2016 Jul 05 My hate for Facebook and Google and how they ruin your privacy on Instagram3 CommentsCracker20+0
2015 Jun 16 Privacy advocates quit corporate facial-recognition talks - no future for biometrics in retail?0 CommentsCraigguthrie123+11
2015 Jun 30 UK govt launches biometric ePassport trial for teens0 CommentsCraigguthrie123+14
2013 Aug 11 Question: Private key storage and transfer1 CommentsCranifraz+3
2012 Aug 15 New Bill Would Require Warrant to Obtain Cellphone records0 CommentsCrankyBear+65
2012 Aug 16 Storage No Longer a Barrier to Ubiquitous Government Surveillance0 CommentsCrankyBear+7
2012 Aug 28 Trackable Banknotes coming in Saudi Arabia2 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2012 Sep 04 If You Use Torrents, You're Most Likely Being Monitored | Motherboard8 CommentsCrankyBear+27
2012 Sep 05 Online Copyright Enforcement Is out of Control & Unfair0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2012 Sep 12 BitTorrent movies and TV carefully out there folks: They're watching you. 1 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2012 Sep 12 Wikipedia wins, Craigslist loses in Clickwrapped’s assessment of who respects your rights online 3 CommentsCrankyBear+58
2012 Oct 09 Police States and Domestic Terrorism: U.S. security agencies are collecting billions of phone calls, texts, and e-mails. Is there an upside?0 CommentsCrankyBear+18
2012 Oct 10 US Supreme Court refuses to hear NSA, AT&T wiretapping case: AKA they can keep listening. 2 CommentsCrankyBear+13
2012 Oct 23 Big Brother comes to BitTorrent0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2012 Dec 13 USB ‘Dead Drops’ Offer Possibilities, Risks 0 CommentsCrankyBear+13
2012 Dec 17 License Plates, Cameras, and Our Vanishing Privacy - IEEE Spectrum0 CommentsCrankyBear+12
2013 Jan 18 After a year in the grave, can SOPA and Protect IP return? 0 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 Mar 15 Federal Judge Finds National Security Letters Unconstitutional, Bans Them 5 CommentsCrankyBear+150
2013 Mar 26 How To Opt Out of Receiving Facebook Ads Based on Your Real-Life Shopping Activity0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2013 Apr 23 President Could Be Last Hope to Stop CISPA4 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 May 03 Revenge-porn website victim files suit against ex and four porn sites2 CommentsCrankyBear+14
2013 May 08 DOJ: We don't need warrants for e-mail, Facebook chats12 CommentsCrankyBear+177
2013 May 16 DeadDrop/Strongbox: Aaron Swartz's last gift to internet privacy0 CommentsCrankyBear+11
2013 May 20 Congress asks Google if and how it’s protecting privacy with Glass3 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2013 Jun 04 Copyright Zealots Want to Use Spyware & Root Kits to Fight Infringement1 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 Jun 08 How the U.S. PRISM and Blarney Programs Mine Your Data for Intelligence1 CommentsCrankyBear+28
2013 Jun 12 Metadata is powerful content: The NSA doesn't have to read your messages to know what you're up to.0 CommentsCrankyBear+11
2013 Jun 18 Tech Companies Don't Tell Whole Truth About Data They Send to Feds1 CommentsCrankyBear+16
2013 Jun 19 U.S. Email, Phone Surveillance Details Come to Light in House Testimony0 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 Jun 21 How Web mail providers leave door open for NSA surveillance0 CommentsCrankyBear+12
2013 Jun 21 Lawmakers move to block black box recorders in cars, DVR snooping1 CommentsCrankyBear+12
2013 Jun 25 New big data risks: Personal data on IT systems that companies neither own, nor control0 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2013 Jul 29 Big data, metadata, and traffic analysis: What the NSA is really doing0 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2013 Aug 12 Windows 8.1 Bing passes local PC searches to advertisers13 CommentsCrankyBear+47
2013 Sep 09 Does Windows 8 help the government to spy on us?1 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2013 Sep 26 Brazil looking to build country cloud in light of NSA snooping0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2013 Sep 26 39% of big data developers say 'government agencies are spying on our data'1 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2013 Sep 30 Ex-Microsoft privacy adviser: I don't trust company after NSA revelations0 CommentsCrankyBear+73
2013 Oct 08 Tor Browser Puts NSA at Odds With U.S. Navy Creators, Other Agencies1 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2013 Oct 09 EU reacts to NSA spying with silly regulations1 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2013 Oct 17 Era of Big Discrimination invisible to consumers and regulators0 CommentsCrankyBear+6
2013 Oct 24 Experian sold consumer data to identity theft organization1 CommentsCrankyBear+14
2013 Nov 11 Retailers go all TSA, NSA on shoppers to get more data0 CommentsCrankyBear+16
2013 Nov 14 Google beta-testing tracking mobile users everywhere they go--even when not using a Google app4 CommentsCrankyBear+52
2014 Jan 15 When to say 'no' to a store clerk's request for your zip code11 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2014 Jan 30 Startups must wait two years before revealing government eavesdropping requests11 CommentsCrankyBear+96
2014 Feb 14 Companies won't invest in data privacy until society demands it1 CommentsCrankyBear+14
2014 Feb 18 How to conduct a security audit of your Google account0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2014 May 14 Google must purge search results on demand, says EU court14 CommentsCrankyBear+38
2014 May 19 Al-Qaeda moves to thwart US tactics after Snowden revelations5 CommentsCrankyBear+6
2014 May 28 FTC to Congress: Force data brokers to be transparent0 CommentsCrankyBear+12
2014 Jun 04 FTC Testifies on Geolocation Privacy0 CommentsCrankyBear+10
2014 Jun 05 Google Built End-to-End Encryption to Block Cyber-Crime, Not the NSA0 CommentsCrankyBear+22
2014 Jun 18 Risk of re-identification 'greatly exaggerated' (Yeah, right)0 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2014 Jun 30 Who knew?! There are efforts out there to monetize and secure personal data!0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2014 Jun 30 Where the Supreme Court Ruling, Law Enforcement Spyware and FISC Collide0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2014 Jul 09 Hospitals mining credit card data to predict and control patient behavior0 CommentsCrankyBear+20
2014 Jul 16 Denmark analyzes medical histories of entire population1 CommentsCrankyBear+4
2014 Jul 21 Bon appetit: Restaurants can document who you're dining with0 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2014 Aug 04 5 great free VPNs for Chrome, Firefox, mobile, and beyond2 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2014 Aug 11 European Union Expresses Concern About Microsoft Email Privacy Case0 CommentsCrankyBear+13
2014 Aug 20 The latest privacy debate: de-identification vs holding researchers legally responsible1 CommentsCrankyBear+15
2014 Sep 04 A case for public access to redacted social science data1 CommentsCrankyBear+11
2014 Sep 15 Patterns in banking personal identification numbers are easy to guess2 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2014 Oct 17 FBI Director Ignores 4th Amendment in Call for Encryption 'Back Doors'4 CommentsCrankyBear+122
2014 Dec 10 Uber knows a lot more than you want it to1 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2014 Dec 16 How have attitudes to privacy changed post-Snowden?0 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2014 Dec 30 STFU: The Coming Age of Self Censorship0 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2015 Feb 10 Stopping a Smart TV From Eavesdropping On You Could Be a Felony77 CommentsCrankyBear+310
2015 Apr 07 The Indiana anti-gay law effect and the dark side of big data consumerization1 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2015 Apr 09 FCC Slams AT&T With $25 Million Fine for Phone Customer Data Breaches3 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Apr 20 How to download an archive that shows what Google knows about you2 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2015 Apr 23 You can download your Google search history, but you should delete0 CommentsCrankyBear+14
2015 May 11 UK government will bring back Snooper’s Charter; Snowden warns of dangers9 CommentsCrankyBear+148
2015 May 20 Tech giants appeal to Obama to reject smartphone backdoor proposal0 CommentsCrankyBear+6
2015 May 28 Proposed FCC Rules Tighten Restrictions on Annoying Robocalls0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Jun 02 Phone Data Collection Sure to Continue Despite Patriot Act Expiration0 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2015 Jun 09 Sexting, exes, and the Google Photos conundrum0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Jun 25 Inspector Finds Efforts to Assess, Fix OPM Data Breach in Disarray0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2015 Jun 29 OPM: The worst privacy hack of all time2 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Jul 27 Worried about Google’s Your Timeline? Here’s how to disable tracking0 CommentsCrankyBear+10
2015 Aug 06 EFF, MuckRock run census to find out how local police track biometrics0 CommentsCrankyBear+24
2015 Aug 13 Having Fun at Camp N.S.A.!0 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2015 Aug 28 The Cure for Genetic Data's Dark Side0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2015 Nov 09 Cloud-Knackered Disease: Exhaustion by data breach.0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Nov 17 Defending the last missing pixels: Phil Zimmermann speaks out on encryption, privacy, and avoiding a surveillance state0 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2015 Nov 19 Privacy protection hole of 29-year-old law is hard to measure0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2015 Nov 30 Cyberwar: Marketing Data Collection Threatens All0 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2015 Dec 03 Yes, everyone has been breached0 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2015 Dec 18 Internet access and privacy with FreedomBox0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2015 Dec 21 Woman sues Airbnb over hidden surveillance cam found in rental1 CommentsCrankyBear+6
2015 Dec 22 China's Social Credit System: The most disturbing tech story of the year6 CommentsCrankyBear+30
2016 Jan 13 Living the CES security farce0 CommentsCrankyBear+3
2016 Feb 01 Beware of health insurers' data grabs, wearables and biometric goals0 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2016 Mar 04 Trolls who use fake profiles to torment others to be prosecuted3 CommentsCrankyBear+7
2016 Mar 17 How Your Car Fits Into Apple's Privacy Battle With the US Government0 CommentsCrankyBear+10
2016 Mar 21 Time to close the TSA8 CommentsCrankyBear+42
2016 Mar 21 Hyper-connected cars can drive you to paranoia1 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2016 Apr 18 Media Probe Reveals BlackBerry Shared BBM Encryption Key With RCMP3 CommentsCrankyBear+43
2016 Apr 28 Suspect who won’t decrypt hard drives jailed indefinitely43 CommentsCrankyBear+239
2016 Jun 15 Linked-Out: Microsoft’s acquisition could open a box of trouble1 CommentsCrankyBear+1
2016 Jun 29 How to Stop Robocalls … or at Least Fight Back2 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2016 Jul 07 Facebook blocks another woman named Isis because of her name5 CommentsCrankyBear+10
2016 Jul 27 If you value privacy, WikiLeaks stopped being your friend years ago8 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2016 Jul 28 WikiLeaks Has Officially Lost the Moral High Groun6 CommentsCrankyBear+0
2016 Aug 01 Not All Swastika Tattoos Are the Same0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2016 Aug 15 Cortana: The spy in Windows 1019 CommentsCrankyBear+67
2016 Aug 28 New Field Guide Explains NYC’s Weird Antennaes and Wiring0 CommentsCrankyBear+4
2016 Sep 01 Yahoo email privacy lawsuit settled3 CommentsCrankyBear+10
2016 Sep 12 Hands-on: Blue Hydra can expose the all-too-unhidden world of Bluetooth0 CommentsCrankyBear+5
2016 Sep 16 Teen sues parents over embarrassing childhood photos on Facebook1 CommentsCrankyBear+8
2016 Sep 20 Maker of smart vibrator sued for snooping on customers’ use3 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2016 Oct 03 IoT: We're serfs and pawns1 CommentsCrankyBear+4
2016 Nov 19 Scientists build smartphone user profiles by studying their dirty screens0 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2016 Dec 02 2016 claims another victim: Your privacy37 CommentsCrankyBear+480
2016 Dec 29 Welcome to America. Now, what’s your Twitter handle?1 CommentsCrankyBear+2
2017 Jan 05 The Real Name Fallacy2 CommentsCrankyBear+48
2017 Jan 13 You’ve probably never heard of this creepy genealogy site. But it knows a lot about you.1 CommentsCrankyBear+9
2017 Jan 18 Windows 10 peeping: Microsoft fails to understand the uproar10 CommentsCrankyBear+48
2017 Jan 19 You still can’t turn off Windows 10’s built-in spyware48 CommentsCrankyBear+227
2013 Mar 22 Privacy 101: Skype Leaks Your Location20 CommentsCrashOverron+122
2013 Apr 18 BREAKING: US House of Representatives Pass CISPA5 CommentsCrashOverron+51
2013 Apr 19 If Google cares about cookie consent, so should you.0 CommentsCrashOverron+2
2016 Apr 19 Does age of smartphone also mean loss of privacy?8 CommentsCrazyBot13+26
2016 May 06 The Feds Call It “Research.” We Call It Violating Child Privacy.0 CommentsCrazyBot13+24
2016 May 19 The Intercept is releasing edited copies of the SIDtoday newsletter1 CommentsCrazyOtter+12
2015 Feb 24 Question about the 3rd party doctrine.0 CommentsCrazyPaws+1
2012 Feb 23 privacy rights bill1 CommentsCrazySmooth+5
2013 Apr 27 Privacy for mobile apple devises?8 CommentsCretin27+18
2013 Aug 20 BBC News - David Miranda Heathrow detention: No 10 'kept abre0 CommentsCricketChirps+13
2017 Jan 09 Operator defends Sydney bus wi-fi as privacy concerns mount0 CommentsCropitekus+2
2012 Apr 22 Noob questions!3 CommentsCrossedcutlasses+2
2016 Jun 03 Best things to do before deleting facebook?16 CommentsCrowlad+11
2016 Aug 22 Book recommendations about "big data"?2 CommentsCrumist+5
2016 Nov 18 PSA: Google can lock your account, forcing you to abandon your purchases and even obtain a new credit card • /r/Android1 CommentsCrumist+33
2016 Jul 06 Verizon Message+ Prefetch Vulnerability0 CommentsCrunk_Creeper+3
2016 Mar 17 What stops apple from putting in a "more hidden" backdoor in their new encryption chip?11 CommentsCrushingStudentLoans+6
2017 Jan 13 Tools for securing your communication0 CommentsCryptCode+6
2017 Jan 22 The US secretly develops world's first Quantum Computer. What next for Privacy?13 CommentsCryptCode+10
2016 Apr 25Software Cryptodog, a community fork of the original Cryptocat1 CommentsCryptoBackdoor+3
2016 May 21 NYPD Sued After Refusing to Reveal Its Stingray Surveillance Budget0 CommentsCryptoBeer+3
2016 May 25 Should You Be Allowed to Prevent Drones From Flying Over Your Property?3 CommentsCryptoBeer+5
2016 May 31 Iran orders social media sites to store data inside country0 CommentsCryptoBeer+4
2016 May 31 Appeals Court Delivers Devastating Blow to Cellphone Privacy Advocates1 CommentsCryptoBeer+14
2014 Nov 16 Flying Stingrays to Spy on Americans...1 CommentsCryptoComPw+4
2014 Dec 06 Baltimore PD is using a fake cell phone tower to intercept phone calls.12 CommentsCryptoComPw+126
2014 Dec 08 A list of easy privacy solutions for the not-so-tech-savvy1 CommentsCryptoComPw+5
2014 Dec 09 China's Web Czar is in California right now...0 CommentsCryptoComPw+7
2014 Dec 09 Powerful, highly stealthy Linux trojan may have infected victims for years3 CommentsCryptoComPw+25
2015 Feb 21 NSA Just Hacked 3g and 4g Encryption- until now 4g was considered "safe"6 CommentsCryptoComPw+12
2015 Mar 03 [Debate] Will Net Neutrality help or hurt privacy?2 CommentsCryptoComPw+0
2015 Mar 06 Sisi leaks were recorded using $5 spyware on phone0 CommentsCryptoComPw+16
2014 May 25 Best free alternative to Gmail?9 CommentsCryptoGold+5
2014 Jan 17 An Introduction To Tor, Lightbeam, and Adblock4 CommentsCryptoJunky+8
2014 Jan 17 Should We Build A Doomsday Clock For Privacy3 CommentsCryptoJunky+19
2016 Jul 26 Made a repository containing diff between TC7.1a and Veracrypt 1.170 CommentsCryptoNerd_+5
2016 Mar 13 CryptoWorld - Online community for privacy and security enthusiasts.0 CommentsCryptoNerdie+6
2016 Apr 29 Warrant Canaries?9 CommentsCryptoSeb+9
2016 Dec 01 Dead Man's Switch Activated on Obscured Files - Secure Hosting6 CommentsCryptoSeb+37
2016 Jul 01 Lighter sentences for Deep Web admins: founder of dark net marketplace ordered to pay fine and do community service instead of getting prison time.0 CommentsCsehaka27+10
2016 Oct 05 Is "Tor browser" in the appstore legit?6 CommentsCthulhuLoves+4
2015 Feb 14 Setting up a (Tor) Hidden Service with Nginx - Basic Introductory Guide3 CommentsCthulhuSec+46
2012 May 23 FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit | Security & Privacy - CNET News0 CommentsCubbyRed+35
2012 Jul 10 Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 50 Meters Away2 CommentsCubbyRed+24
2012 Aug 01 Facebook Users Automatically Checked In To Events They RSVPed Yes To - AllFacebook0 CommentsCubbyRed+1
2015 Apr 23 Community Cube for a fair internet0 CommentsCube_Community+6
2015 Apr 30 How to get rid of crime0 CommentsCube_Community+0
2016 Aug 04 I thought the image of an American flag surrounded by surveillance cameras atop a Wal-Mart was delightfully dystopian. I was somewhat dismayed to find that many Redditors see no connection (not even symbolically) between corporate data-gathering and government surveillance.189 CommentsCupcakeTrap+232
2013 Apr 16 Employment Records3 CommentsCuppsworth+8
2016 Feb 29 Shodan: The World's Most Dangerous Search Engine3 CommentsCurryMonsterr+33
2016 Mar 02 So You Think You’ve Deleted Your Browsing History? Think Again7 CommentsCurryMonsterr+11
2012 Dec 12 Why Do Companies Bother to Protect Customer Data?1 CommentsCurseyoukhan13+1
2012 Dec 13 Irony Alert: Facebook Helps FBI Bust Hackers for Stealing Users' Personal Info7 CommentsCurseyoukhan13+66
2012 Dec 19 Instagram Proves We Care More About Pictures Than Personal Data2 CommentsCurseyoukhan13+10
2013 Jan 10 CES panel proves consumers would rather talk than act about online privacy1 CommentsCurseyoukhan13+0
2017 Jan 18 CyDefe Podcast Update0 CommentsCyDefeSecurity+3
2014 Oct 05 iOS or Android without Cyanogenmod?11 CommentsCyanLite+6
2015 Apr 20 Flash Player Bug Records Audio and Video without User Permission2 CommentsCyber-Homie+11
2015 Apr 22 Court: Google Can See Emails About MPAA’s Secret ‘SOPA Revival’0 CommentsCyber-Homie+14
2015 Apr 22 McConnell Introduces Bill To Extend NSA Surveillance0 CommentsCyber-Homie+11
2015 Apr 23 BND helped NSA spy on German, European interests0 CommentsCyber-Homie+14
2015 Apr 28 RSA 2015 survey: 48 percent believe NSA surveillance has increased5 CommentsCyber-Homie+189
2015 Apr 28 NSA reform bill imperilled as it competes with alternative effort in the Senate0 CommentsCyber-Homie+13
2015 Apr 29 Paranoid about the NSA? The case for dumping cloud's Big 30 CommentsCyber-Homie+10
2015 Apr 29 South African Government Spying on Its Citizens0 CommentsCyber-Homie+1
2015 Apr 30 Airbus to sue NSA, German spies accused of swiping tech secrets0 CommentsCyber-Homie+5
2015 Jun 15 French Privacy Regulator Says Google Should Censor Global Internet Over EU Right To Be Forgotten Requests0 CommentsCyber-Homie+7
2014 Apr 29 Cyber Europe 2014 kicks off today to test EU’s readiness for cyber threats0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+1
2014 May 14 Tim Berners-Lee on the Web at 25: the past, present and future0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+11
2014 Aug 04 Mozilla leaks data base!0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+5
2014 Aug 13 Deutsche Telekom releases voice and text message encryption app2 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+3
2015 Sep 09 In Colombia, the worst fears of the surveillance state are on display0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+7
2016 May 26 3 Minutes John - A New & Fun YouTube News Show About Privacy and Technology0 CommentsCyberGhostVPN+0
2012 Mar 02 Just got a PO Box. Now my home address isn't attached to my domains any more. Feels good!9 CommentsCyberNixon+13
2013 Jun 06 India Must Reconcile Civil Liberties And National Security Requirements0 CommentsCyberNuisance+0
2013 Jun 11 Ex-CIA whistleblower ‘missing’ as leak rocks US0 CommentsCyberNuisance+1
2013 Jun 11 India and the Boundless Informant0 CommentsCyberNuisance+2
2013 Jun 12 Government Spying on Americans … and then Giving Info to Giant Corporations0 CommentsCyberNuisance+23
2013 Jun 12 Australian black vault secret data storage facility hints at Australia's involvement in data collection.0 CommentsCyberNuisance+5
2013 Jun 12 NSA Chief to Testify on Surveillance Program1 CommentsCyberNuisance+21
2013 Jun 12 India reveals cyber spy system, no 'snooping' involved0 CommentsCyberNuisance+7
2013 Jun 13 Does the government even need PRISM snooping? It's got Facebook0 CommentsCyberNuisance+4
2013 Jun 15 Everyone's Rights are at Stake: Global Reach of US Surveillance Programs0 CommentsCyberNuisance+7
2013 Jun 15 Government Built Spy-Access Into Most Popular Consumer Program Before 9/110 CommentsCyberNuisance+2
2013 Jun 16 Privacy: What's the big deal?0 CommentsCyberNuisance+0
2013 Jun 16 US surveillance flap shines light on Web 'anonymizers'0 CommentsCyberNuisance+1
2013 Jun 16 Privacy watchdog warns about data 'honey pot' for criminals0 CommentsCyberNuisance+3
2015 Jun 14 Bromium vSentry: The Magic of Micro-Virtualization0 CommentsCyberSecPro+2
2015 Jun 17 DuckDuckGo on CNBC: We’ve grown 600% since NSA surveillance news broke9 CommentsCyberSecPro+136
2013 Jun 19 Australia suspected to have PRISM data: Ludlam2 CommentsCyberSecure+28
2015 Dec 03 Facebook bows to Belgian privacy law and stops tracking non-members16 CommentsCyberSecure+268
2016 Apr 17 Body camera debate: Privacy vs. transparency2 CommentsCyberSoldier+10
2016 Apr 17 Companies await fate of data sharing deal0 CommentsCyberSoldier+12
2016 Apr 19 How 'Britain's FBI' hacks into computers to catch criminals and cyber-gangs8 CommentsCyberSoldier+26
2016 Apr 19 Viber adds end-to-end encryption and hidden chats as messaging app privacy wave grows6 CommentsCyberSoldier+27
2016 Apr 19 Bill Gates clarifies privacy stance: no one is an ‘absolutist’0 CommentsCyberSoldier+1
2016 Apr 20 EU privacy laws will require 28,000 new data protection professionals0 CommentsCyberSoldier+2
2016 Apr 21 EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Still Needs Work, Says Committee of European Privacy Regulators0 CommentsCyberSoldier+1
2016 Apr 23 Ad-blocker blocking websites face legal peril at hands of privacy bods0 CommentsCyberSoldier+21
2016 Apr 24 A woman fights a lonely and frustrating battle to win back her privacy3 CommentsCyberSoldier+10
2016 Apr 24 Saanich making major strides on privacy after spyware scandal: report0 CommentsCyberSoldier+3
2016 Apr 25 Websites that reject ad-blocker readers don't deserve your clicks16 CommentsCyberSoldier+77
2016 Apr 26 Govt’s MyHealth Record scheme a “privacy disaster”, warns Privacy Foundation0 CommentsCyberSoldier+1
2016 May 02 Bye Bye Privacy: A Judge Made A Woman Unlock An iPhone11 CommentsCyberSoldier+13
2016 Mar 18 Suggesting the use of #PrivacyIsLiberty hashtag and social media profile picture overlay to spread the message3 CommentsCykraDotCom+2
2016 Mar 23 Amnesty International declares encryption an essential protection to the human rights for privacy and free speech. An important step in the right direction.18 CommentsCykraDotCom+935
2016 Jun 12 Are you guys gun owners or where do you fall on the gun ownership/control debate?59 CommentsCynicalCanine0+4
2016 Jun 22 Mark Zuckeeberg seems to care about his privacy.1 CommentsCynicalCanine0+8
2016 Sep 06 Any suggests for balancing privacy while maintaining a presence on the internet?2 CommentsCynicalCanine0+2
2016 Oct 19 Ultra paranoid post. My results of wearing some sort of mask in public for two months.20 CommentsCynicalCanine0+14
2016 Nov 30 Faraday bag edc?2 CommentsCynicalCanine0+3
2016 Dec 03Misleading title Why Privacy Matters - Of 8 Tech Companies, Only One Refuse to Help Build Muslim Registry11 CommentsCynicalCanine0+57
2016 Mar 31 How Hackers Can Help You Better Fight Cybercrime2 CommentsCynthiaay5Moises4_+2
2016 Aug 05 The Gentleman’s Guide To Forum Spies (spooks, feds, etc.)1 CommentsCypherJunkie+3
2016 Aug 05 How To Delete Social Accounts0 CommentsCypherJunkie+0
2013 Mar 21 Under CISPA, who would have access to your data?0 CommentsCypherpunk38+10
2015 Jan 24 EU wants internet firms to hand over encryption keys2 CommentsCytegic_Nobot+26
2015 Feb 03 DARPA: We KNOW WHO YOU ARE... by the WAY you MOVE your MOUSE9 CommentsCytegic_Nobot+54
2015 Feb 08 UK government reveals its hacking guidelines1 CommentsCytegic_Nobot+2
2015 Feb 10 GCHQ and NSA-Data Sharing Illegal0 CommentsCytegic_Nobot+21
2015 Mar 04 Facebook and privacy2 CommentsCytegic_Nobot+10
2014 Dec 01 How to Shop Online Safely0 CommentsD-squared7958+0
2014 Dec 10 Healthcare Security In 2015: 9 Hotspots0 CommentsD-squared7958+0
2016 Mar 31 RAGE! RAGE! Against the dying of the light!2 CommentsD130NY0URF337+4
2016 Dec 17 Another post about Telegram and Signal.11 CommentsD3sl0nG3r+3
2016 Dec 20 Is there something better than Signal in terms of safety?69 CommentsD3sl0nG3r+37
2012 Jul 30advice Best way to spend money online (anonymously)?4 CommentsD8V974FN+2
2015 Mar 25 RadioShack Could Auction Personal Data for 117 Million Customers0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+2
2015 Sep 21 France Rejects Google’s Efforts to Limit Application of Privacy Ruling0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+13
2015 Sep 24 How to Keep Scammers From Pulling an Identity Theft Double Whammy0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+5
2015 Sep 29 Google will let marketers target ads based on users' email activity2 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+13
2015 Oct 29 John McAfee: CISA will not stop a single important hack, let alone cyberterrorism10 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+154
2015 Nov 10 MPAA: Online Privacy Hurts Anti-Piracy Enforcement2 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+15
2015 Nov 17 Why the CIA wanting encryption backdoors is a failure of leadership, not intelligence0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+21
2015 Nov 19 How to Keep Your Smart Devices From Exposing Your Data0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+6
2015 Nov 23 This fancy rock wants to protect your connected devices.1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2015 Nov 29 Five strategies for reclaiming our personal privacy online0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+17
2015 Dec 02 A privacy standard for Internet of Things suppliers0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+3
2015 Dec 08 VTech hack exposes ID theft risk in connecting kids to Internet0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2015 Dec 10 Your Holiday Identity Theft Checklist0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+3
2015 Dec 15 Man arrested in toymaker hack that exposed data for millions of kids0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+4
2015 Dec 23 Hello Kitty hack exposes 3.3 million users, joins Hello Barbie in putting kids at risk0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+11
2016 Jan 21 How Americans Can Take Back Our Privacy2 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+9
2016 Feb 11 Parents urged to boycott VTech toys after hack0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2016 Feb 25 How Tim Cook Is Securing Steve Jobs’s Legacy with Encryption0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2016 Mar 18 Apple Lambasts the FBI for Not Asking the NSA to Help Hack That iPhone4 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+70
2016 Mar 19 User details can reportedly be exposed on over 95% of HTTPS connections5 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+8
2016 Mar 20 If the FBI Is So Worried About Car Hacking, Why Is It Fighting Encryption?1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+44
2016 Mar 23 Apple CareKit should spark heightened privacy debate2 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+4
2016 Mar 31 Senator Wyden pledges to fight limits on encryption1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+9
2016 Apr 07 Privacy vs. Security: Where Should We Draw the Encrypted Line in the Sand?4 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2016 May 18 Indefinite prison for suspect who won’t decrypt hard drives, feds say20 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+64
2016 Jun 05 Could Your Campaign Contribution Expose You to Identity Theft?0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+5
2016 Jun 08 Facebook and Netflix ask users to tighten up account security following major breaches1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+4
2016 Jun 22 Apple pollutes data about you to protect your privacy. But it might not be enough0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+3
2016 Jul 07 High court: Pandora didn’t violate Mich. man’s privacy1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+1
2016 Jul 13 Senator Probes Pokemon Go Maker Over Data Privacy Concerns1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+10
2016 Jul 22 Daniel Radcliffe's new play 'Privacy' explores the loss of privacy to 'corporations and/or government agencies with a stake in the information that comprises who we are as consumers and/or potential threats.'3 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+363
2016 Jul 25 The gift of privacy: How Edward Snowden changed the way I parent5 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+30
2016 Aug 09 Your Encrypted Messages Might Not Be Private Enough0 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+2
2017 Jan 04 Telecom Lobbyists Trying To Overturn New Privacy Rules, Eventually Gut Net Neutrality1 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+198
2017 Jan 10 Could What Your Amazon Alexa Overhears Be Used Against You?4 CommentsDEAF-LAMONT+7
2016 Mar 31 The latest entry to canarywatch.org: Reddit1 CommentsDEATH-BY-CIRCLEJERK+14
2014 Nov 15 C4L Urges NO Vote on USA Freedom Act after it got ammended to extend PATRIOT ACT until 2017!1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+11
2014 Nov 25 Internet users are vague on privacy, know more about net neutrality0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 Jan 15 Residents Cite Privacy Concerns at Body Cameras Meeting0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Jan 30 No, Marco Rubio, Congress shouldn't permanently reauthorize the PATRIOT Act2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+46
2015 Feb 05 Washington State Bills Would Ban Stingrays without Warrant and “Material Support or Resources” to NSA0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+27
2015 Feb 06 Say Goodbye to Privacy | WIRED - "Actually, it’s worse than that. You aren’t just going to lose your privacy, you’re going to have to watch the very concept of privacy be rewritten under your nose. "80 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+369
2015 Feb 10 WhatsSpy Public is a proof-of-concept web-based tool that allows an attacker to track every move of any WhatsApp user, even if the user has locked down their WhatsApp privacy settings.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+29
2015 Feb 13 "With a cybersecurity summit about to get under way here Friday morning, President Obama announced he will sign an executive order designed to encourage private companies to share more information about network threats among themselves and with the federal government."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+22
2015 Feb 18 Patriot Act's Renewal Reignites Debate on Privacy vs. Security0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 Mar 02 Rand Paul: Your phone records are none of the government's 'damn business'97 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+403
2015 Mar 09 The President’s Weak Privacy Proposal - "For good reason, many privacy groups and some Democratic lawmakers have criticized the draft."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+7
2015 Mar 11 Privacy Group: ‘Eavesdropping’ WiFi Barbie is Seriously Creepy4 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+55
2015 Mar 25 House Introduces Bill to Repeal the Patriot Act24 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+489
2015 Apr 07 Rand Paul Pledges to 'Immediately' End NSA Mass Surveillance If Elected President17 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+43
2015 Apr 13 Facebook claims ‘a bug’ made it track nonusers19 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+334
2015 Apr 22 Loretta Lynch: NSA’s Intel-Gathering Programs ‘Constitutional And Effective’0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Apr 30 Amash: Members of Congress who favor surveillance reform should quit the defeatism. #USAFreedomAct is not best we can do. We have all the leverage.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+28
2015 May 01 Massie: Clock ticking to scale back spy powers0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 May 07 Sen. Rand Paul says 'Founding Fathers would be mortified' by NSA surveillance programs9 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+92
2015 May 11 How CISA Threatens Both Privacy and Cybersecurity1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+16
2015 May 13 Rand Paul: 'We Will Be Filibustering' Renewal Of PATRIOT ACT Provisions73 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+500
2015 May 14 Privacy groups baulk at US government's 'fake' surveillance reform0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+19
2015 May 15 Facebook accused of "trampling" European privacy laws0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+9
2015 May 15 Rand Paul: 'We Could Do Something Extraordinary' If Patriot Act Expires1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+25
2015 May 19 Rand Paul: I plan to do 'everything humanly possible' to try stop the Patriot Act3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+44
2015 May 26 Rand Paul: Info Collected Under Patriot Act ‘Should Be Purged’24 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+428
2015 Jun 05 Sen. Rand Paul Continues Beating the Drum About the Privacy of Our Metadata0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+9
2015 Jun 05 Judge Napolitano: "..Now that the USA Freedom Act is one day old, do you feel like you have more privacy?..That’s what Washington wants you to believe. But that’s far from true. "0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 Jun 11 ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Freedom Act fails to curtail NSA snooping - "..NSA will continue to take both metadata and content."10 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+224
2015 Jun 19 Sen. Rand Paul: Privacy Is A Real Concern For Most Americans1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+25
2015 Jul 16 How your cellphone knows if you’re depressed. "[the] next step is to try to duplicate the study in a larger population and to add more sensors so they can measure the types of physical activity, sleep, communications, and other aspects of a person's life."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Jul 24 Introducing the ‘right to eavesdrop on your things’ - "An Internet of Things where your fridge is telling mobsters about the medicine you just put inside, and you don’t even know about it, would make for a scary future. Let’s not head there."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+52
2015 Aug 05 Senate Balances Cybersecurity, 'Privacy' as CISA Vote Nears - "The Senate will vote Wednesday"2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+14
2015 Aug 20 Windows 10 Build 10525 Resets Privacy Settings, Changes Data Collection to “Full”8 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+6
2015 Sep 25 Snowden backs international campaign to outlaw mass surveillance1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+135
2015 Sep 29 TV Ads Are About to Get Personal With New Targeting Tools3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Oct 01 Notorious US Surveillance Bill May Kill Internet Privacy This Week0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+24
2015 Oct 02 Privacy group calls for a boycott of tech companies supporting CISA3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+27
2015 Oct 06 Snowden: US, UK spies 'want to own your phone'1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+82
2015 Oct 08 NSA Debate: Is Privacy the Price of Security?0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 Oct 13 Veiled TPP Deal Holds Hidden Privacy Risks0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Oct 15 Digital snooping spreading to smaller countries0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+10
2015 Oct 22 Senate moves ahead with CISA, nixes Rand Paul's amendment to make companies liable3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+116
2015 Nov 13 Federal Government Fails to Limit the Federal Government and Protect Privacy…Again3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+17
2015 Nov 20 Rand Paul Blasts Calls for More Surveillance to Stop Terrorists: ‘Bulls**t!’ - “You’re seeing a clamor now, people saying, ‘If we just had more surveillance, if we just gave up a little more liberty, we wouldn’t have terrorists attack us.’ You’re seeing this everywhere.”4 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+87
2015 Nov 23 Destroying Web Privacy Won't Destroy Islamic State0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+14
2015 Nov 30 NSA phone data collection program ends, forcing debate over terror concerns - "The National Security Agency’s sweeping authority to collect phone-record data expired Sunday..."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Dec 03 IRS Admits to Cellphone 'StingRay' Surveillance, Wants to Continue Snooping0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2015 Dec 04 Andrew P. Napolitano: The spies who ruin us - Agents performing warrantless searches are the hallmark of totalitarianism2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+101
2015 Dec 07 Rand Paul: NSA phone-snooping program didn't prevent any attacks - “There will always be people like Christie that are very willing to give up your liberty for a false sense of security,”0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+90
2015 Dec 07 Cyber bill's final language likely to anger privacy advocates0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2015 Dec 08 Tech Privacy Supporters in Congress Push for New Surveillance Restrictions - Meanwhile a cybersecurity bill could put private customer data in the hands of DHS.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2015 Dec 13 Privacy hawks turn to White House in encryption fight - “I’m frustrated by this cynical, opportunistic playbook where the intelligence committee sits poised to take advantage of whatever tragedy comes along,”6 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+129
2015 Dec 26 Amash, Massie Warn of Secret Surveillance Provision in Spending Package - "[I]t will allow the federal domestic spying apparatus to achieve previously prohibited levels of unwarranted searches, seizures, and sharing of personal data of Americans caught in the surveillance dragnet."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+33
2016 Jan 14 Justin Amash Prepares for War Over Privacy Rights0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2016 Feb 04 If You Registered Your Drone with the FAA, Kiss Your Privacy Goodbye2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+9
2016 Feb 11 Big Brother Seeking to Get in Your Child's Head — Literally - "Among the many tools being pursued are so-called “Intelligent Tutoring Systems,” which monitor, track, and exploit students' emotional and physiological reactions."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 Feb 18 Spy head: I didn’t lie to Congress0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+4
2016 Feb 22 Rand Paul says Apple should not be compelled to hack San Bernardino terrorist's cell-phone - “I think we give up on who we are, and the terrorists win if we give up on our privacy and we violate the Bill of Rights just for simple expediency and for a false promise of security..”94 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+586
2016 Mar 01 Privacy groups wary of compromise encryption bill - “The commissioners would necessarily have to consider and ultimately may even recommend legal mandates to force technology companies to redesign or weaken their products’ security features,”0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 Mar 18 Rep. Thomas Massie: I Stand with Apple in Protecting Encryption - "we know the current battle over unbreakable encryption (and the privacy it affords) is not about a single terrorist's iPhone."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+34
2016 Mar 24 American Big Brother: A Century of Political Surveillance and Repression1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+3
2016 Mar 28 A European PATRIOT Act Will Not Keep People Safe - "I am sure a frightened population will find government promises of perfect security attractive and may be willing to allow more surveillance of their personal lives. They should pause a little beforehand...2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+46
2016 Apr 06 Social Security Wants to Know What its Customers Want -- Before They Do - "To some, the thought of a government agency anticipating the needs of its customers – and inherently its citizens – is Orwellian at best."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2016 Apr 08 Reddit Quietly Warns Users of Surveillance Request0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2016 May 06 Federal Lawsuit Filed Against District 211 & DOE Over Student Privacy0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+4
2016 May 11 FBI Seeks to Exempt Its Massive Biometric Database From Federal Privacy Law1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+125
2016 May 16 Putting the privacy genie back in the bottle… sort of0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 May 27 Government still holding on to 5 years of NSA phone-snooping metadata - "... worrying civil liberties advocates who say it’s time to start expunging the legally questionable information."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+5
2016 May 31 FBI Gets Warrantless E-mail Snooping Added to Two Senate Bills0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+13
2016 Jun 01 Federal Appellate Court Strikes Potential Death Blow to Privacy in New Cell Site Location Information Case1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+9
2016 Jun 03 Gov’t Watchdog Worried About Consumer Privacy Offers no Solution to the Federal Surveillance State - "But will GAO ever look into that? I doubt it."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2016 Jun 10 Another assault on the right to privacy - Granting access to internet browser histories would null the Fourth Amendment0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+25
2016 Jun 16 Privacy Advocates Aim to Use Defense Spending Bill to Protect Encryption1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 Jun 16 Thomas Massie Leads Bipartisan Effort to Shut Down Warrantless Surveillance0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+12
2016 Jun 16 "The House will vote on the Massie-Lofgren Amendment on backdoor searches in a few hours, so Campaign for Liberty members should call their Representatives to support the amendment."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2016 Jun 20 House reverses course, upholds NSA phone snooping as terrorist attacks shift debate - “Congress should not abandon the Constitution in the face of terrorism,” said Rep. Thomas Massie, the Kentucky Republican who has forced the fight each of the past three years.19 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+409
2016 Jun 24 Privacy Mindset Lags as Change, Millennials Shape Future - "He credited the generation with the “explosive rise of ephemeral social media and communications,”... and private search engines like DuckDuckGo that don’t store or share search queries."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2016 Jul 05 "The number of federal and state wiretaps reported in 2015 increased 17 percent from 2014. A total of 4,148 wiretaps were reported as authorized in 2015, with 1,403 authorized by federal judges and 2,745 authorized by state judges...No wiretap applications were reported as denied in 2015."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+15
2016 Jul 13 Supreme Court Deals Another Body Blow to the Fourth Amendment - "In its decision in the case of Utah v. Strieff, the high court has at once... decreased the protection once enjoyed by the people against unreasonable searches and seizures of their persons, papers, and property."10 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+260
2016 Aug 08 Hacking America - How an unchecked amendment could threaten Americans’ privacy and security.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+149
2016 Aug 11 FCC Hasn't Closed Door on Regulating 'Pay for Privacy' Internet Pricing Model - Privacy advocates say that pay-for-privacy doesn’t create additional choices for consumers. It denies some people a basic right.0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+32
2016 Aug 22 Privacy Policy To Watch For The Rest Of 2016 - "The rule change is a big deal because traditionally, law enforcement agents had to go to the district court in which the computer is located to get a warrant to search that computer,"0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 Aug 24 A bombshell in the broadband privacy debate - "That puts the FCC in a very difficult position – it is one thing to adopt bad policy, but another to knowingly enact unconstitutional rules."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2
2016 Aug 26 Privacy Watchdogs Vow to Fight ‘Dystopian’ Rule 410 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2016 Sep 22 The state of privacy in post-Snowden America1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+6
2016 Sep 23 Financial Privacy in a Free Society - "BSA/AML rules ensure that firms cannot legally transfer any money without knowing who the customer is and having some idea of where the money came from."2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2016 Sep 26 The Playpen Story: Rule 41 and Global Hacking Warrants - "With the courts struggling to place appropriate limitations (and the FBI suffering from serious deficits in candor), right now is not the time to massively expand the government's authority to hack into private computers."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+25
2016 Sep 27 Senate Bill Would Mandate TSA Involvement in Surface Transportation Security - “...the bill proposes to extend the practices employed by the TSA to “mass transit, passenger rail networks, and public areas of other transportation systems.”7 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+32
2016 Sep 30 "A bipartisan group of lawmakers is drafting legislation to block a new Obama administration rule that would allow the government to hack into the devices of any American on the permission of a single judge – without the need for any evidence of wrongdoing."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+22
2016 Oct 10 Local Police Using CIA-funded Software to Track All Citizens' Social Media Posts16 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+152
2016 Oct 13 Facebook education software spurs privacy fears - "I'm not comfortable with having my kids' personally identifiable information going to I don't even know where, to be used for I'm not sure what,"30 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+415
2016 Oct 14 U.S. lawmakers want answers on Yahoo email surveillance1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+10
2016 Oct 21 The U.S. Government Wants to Read Travelers’ Tweets Before Letting Them In9 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+19
2016 Oct 31 PATRIOT Act At 15: Do You Feel Safer?3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+6
2016 Nov 07 Surveillance "Reforms" Allow NSA Greater Access Than Ever to Phone Data - "...it is likely that some type of “compromise” will be offered to “solve the problem” of encryption. Don’t fall for it."11 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+294
2016 Nov 21 Congress seeks to delay changes to warrant rules - “A single prosecutor should not have the power to hack into the phone or computer of virtually anyone in the United States,”0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+12
2016 Dec 02 Police using CIA-financed tool to monitor social media posts0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+9
2016 Dec 05 Justin Amash and Other Privacy Advocates Slam New Expansion of FBI Hacking Powers - "The government's new authority gives it access to the devices of millions of law-abiding individuals with a single warrant. That's hacking."0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+8
2016 Dec 07 "With so much of our personal, financial and professional information online, we should use the best technology to protect it. We don’t deliberately manufacture flawed house locks or give a master key for the front door to the local police. Does it mean it’s harder to open? Yes, and it should be."5 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+33
2016 Dec 08 William Gibson: The Future of Privacy - "While it’s true that states and corporations often desire privacy, they just as often desire that I myself have less privacy."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+18
2016 Dec 14 “The government wants to dictate and monitor the feelings of schoolchildren, regardless of the violations of conscience and privacy involved.”0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+3
2016 Dec 14 “It is absolutely staggering that the Republican majorities in the House and Senate could be so blind to government overreach that they would allow a federal tracking program...for people with ‘developmental disabilities’ a term that is subject to wide misinterpretation.”3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+6
2016 Dec 21 Amazon Echo Privacy: Is Alexa listening to everything you say? - "Under the Fourth Amendment, if you have installed a device that's listening and is transmitting to a third party, then you've waived your privacy rights under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act."33 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+190
2016 Dec 27 Be vigilant: These Trump Cabinet picks don’t bode well for privacy3 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+37
2017 Jan 09 Servant or spy? Law enforcement, privacy advocates grapple with brave new world of AI assistants0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+1
2017 Jan 10 Email Privacy Act reintroduced in Congress - If passed, this bill would require the government to get a warrant before digging up your old email.58 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+2423
2017 Jan 13 Trump’s pick to head the CIA wants to collect your personal metadata—all of it2 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+8
2017 Jan 13 How Globalists Predict Your Behavior - "Mass surveillance potential by the establishment is not just a threat to people who might be “up to no good”; it is a threat to everyone. For the ability to predict a population’s behavior makes that population highly controllable."1 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+0
2017 Jan 20 Spying on Americans: Outgoing Obama’s “Privacy Guidelines” on CIA Use of Information on Americans0 CommentsDEYoungRepublicans+16
2016 Jan 23 A privacy reminder from YouTube, a Google company, as seen on the top of your screen whenever you access YouTube.0 CommentsDHumphrey+5
2016 Jan 28 The Power of Privacy - documentary film by The Guardian, released today6 CommentsDHumphrey+67
2013 Jul 10 For those of us that refuse to use facebook, how do you succinctly explain your reasoning why to others?42 CommentsDJContagion+27
2016 Dec 22 Exclusive: Pirate Party MP Meets Edward Snowden In Moscow0 CommentsDJ_Beardsquirt+30
2015 Mar 17 Strange Wi-Fi connection my phone cannot forget5 CommentsDJboomshanka+17
2012 Jun 04 Privacy News Roundup: Government Snooping in the Free World0 CommentsDNAdeth123+1
2014 May 14 Stream: PBS FRONTLINE: United States of Secrets (2014) [1hr 54min] | How did the government come to spy on millions of Americans?1 CommentsDP615+57
2015 Mar 08 Android Rom for privacy?4 CommentsDSOKDSOK+2
2014 Apr 04 /r/EphemeralTech: A New Subreddit Dedicated to Private and Temporary Online Communication2 CommentsDSTRUX+3
2014 Apr 25 Facebook Sets Its Sights On Your 'Private Content'0 CommentsDSTRUX+5
2014 Apr 29 Google’s All Seeing Eye the Antithesis of Online Privacy. Join the Conversation at /r/EphemeralTech0 CommentsDSTRUX+27
2014 May 04 Fire Fox Champions Internet Privacy0 CommentsDSTRUX+19
2014 May 08 Facebook literally counts every step you take10 CommentsDSTRUX+61
2014 May 09 Your Email Attachments Are Sitting Ducks2 CommentsDSTRUX+30
2014 Mar 24 Privacy IRL2 CommentsDSTxtcy+9
2015 Jan 12 Arguments for surviellance?2 CommentsDT770+4
2015 Feb 10 Does "smart" = spying?4 CommentsDTIMWYTIM+26
2012 Oct 17 Reddit user shows how easy it is to locate and stalk online posters in real life.7 CommentsDaGreatPenguini+53
2015 Feb 03 Obama places modest limits on NSA data collection for non-citizens2 CommentsDaNPrS+21
2015 Feb 24 Yahoo exec goes mano a mano with NSA director over crypto backdoors0 CommentsDaNPrS+24
2013 Mar 21 We created /r/Stand, a new subreddit for the discussion of bad bills like SOPA, or other threats to the Internet. Come over and ask Fight For the Future anything about CISPA and other pending legislation.19 CommentsDacvak+142
2013 Jun 14 What do you think of my solution to government spying?6 CommentsDae2iuth+0
2015 Mar 19 In an effort to educate users, Tor animates online privacy0 CommentsDaineCocking+14
2015 Apr 03 FAA sued over lack of privacy protections in drone regulations0 CommentsDaineCocking+6
2015 Aug 10 Increase sample size for browser fingerprinting project0 CommentsDakini99+3
2015 Aug 12 How does Facebook get new email ids to send those "you have more friends on Facebook than you think" emails?40 CommentsDakini99+17
2016 Jun 10 Folder encryptions for windows 7.6 CommentsDalardiel+0
2016 Jun 13 Veracrypt setup : Prevent data loss1 CommentsDalardiel+1
2015 Jul 16 Noob question,help6 CommentsDamien_Thorn+2
2014 May 30 Google is not doing enough to curb online piracy, says Cameron's adviser2 CommentsDanJames1967+17
2017 Jan 06 Visiting a site that uses Disqus comments when not logged in sends the URL to Facebook1 CommentsDanTup+11
2017 Jan 21 TIL Google Chrome Browser privacy policy is exactly 3 sentences long and says nothing about actual privacy. Instead it links to webpages, which can be changed at any time. Is this really a valid legal contract, or valid Terms of Service?45 CommentsDancingPetDoggies+560
2015 Jul 22 Samsung is trying to patent video surveillance software that could help Big Brother spy on you a lot more effectively2 CommentsDandiBambi+59
2012 Aug 09 Freelists.org - emails sent show up in Google search.2 CommentsDaniFoxit+8
2014 Oct 23 Six Common Internet Privacy Myths4 CommentsDanielDent+10
2012 Nov 22 It’s time to kill ‘online’. And buy clean milk.0 CommentsDanielLarsson75+8
2013 Jan 23 Analysis and Recommendations for the Crypto in Kim Dotcom's Mega from the team behind Spideroak.com, Part One0 CommentsDanielLarsson75+10
2013 Mar 01 Open Source Project Prepackages Kim Dotcom’s Security0 CommentsDanielLarsson75+3
2013 Jun 07 Where can I get a list of PRISM affected services?1 CommentsDanielTaylor+2
2013 Jun 07 Google denies rumors claiming it gives the U.S. government "back door" access to your data0 CommentsDanielZeevi+3
2013 Jun 20 The Eye in the Sky: Why the NSA Needs Facebook and Google0 CommentsDanielZeevi+13
2015 Aug 02 Jacob Appelbaum's speech on yesterday's spontaneous demo for press freedom and against netzpolitik.org treason charges in Berlin3 CommentsDanielleMolloy+11
2016 Aug 08 One feature of Reddit that I really hate.9 CommentsDankmasterFl3x+3
2013 Jul 04 How do VPNs enforce limits without collecting data?1 CommentsDanneau+3
2016 Dec 27 Facebook ads based on pictures sent to me via iMessage??3 CommentsDannoco+3
2016 Oct 19 Cyanogenmod is recommended a lot around these parts. What are your thoughts on these issues?8 CommentsDapperedX+13
2015 Mar 12 I'm thinking of using 'ublock' & 'Https-Everywhere' for general surfing, and dropping 'Ghostery' and 'Adblock plus'. Am I leaving myself open to easy online-tracking for the sake of faster browsing speeds?9 CommentsDara17+11
2015 Nov 02 "... Windows 10 is constantly tracking how it operates & how you are using it and sending that information back to Microsoft by default ... he also confirmed that, despite offering some options to turn elements of tracking off, *core data collection simply cannot be stopped*"237 CommentsDara17+645
2015 Aug 11 BlackHat 2015: Industrial hacking1 CommentsDarfWork+6
2014 Aug 04 Dark nexus is back0 CommentsDarkNexus9+5
2013 Jun 12 Take my civil rights please0 CommentsDarrellgreco+0
2015 Jun 26 Privacy Typeface1 CommentsDarth_Landor88+5
2015 Jun 30 Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire OpenDNS3 CommentsDarth_Landor88+32
2015 Jul 01 Surveillance Court Rules That N.S.A. Can Resume Bulk Data Collection0 CommentsDarth_Landor88+1
2016 Jul 21 Countering Lawful Abuses of Digital Surveillance0 CommentsDarth_Landor88+0
2016 Jul 27 LastPass Zero-Day Vulnerability0 CommentsDarth_Landor88+2
2016 Jul 28 LastPass Auto-fill Exploit0 CommentsDarth_Landor88+6
2016 Aug 03 Hackers accessed Telegram messaging accounts in Iran - researchers0 CommentsDarth_Landor88+8
2016 Aug 10 ProtonMail now maintains OpenPGPjs library5 CommentsDarth_Landor88+9
2016 Oct 10 Can apps like facebook or tinder know my device's mac address?10 CommentsDasPhillipBrau+3
2015 Oct 05 Adblock extension with 40 million users sells to mystery buyer, refuses to name new owner1 CommentsDat_B1rd+7
2013 Mar 15 How and why the CIA is Stalking Your Social Media7 CommentsDataDomino+62
2013 May 25 Eric Schmidt interview: 'You have to fight for your privacy or you will lose it'15 CommentsDataDomino+164
2013 Jun 13 Facebook graph search went live for me today and it's damn creepy.0 CommentsDataDomino+2
2013 Jun 18 The Web Cookie Is Dying. Here's The Creepier Technology That Comes Next1 CommentsDataDomino+8
2012 Jan 24 The UK's data protection regime is more lenient than Spain, France and Germany, ranking joint 21st in Data Guidance's Data Privacy Index0 CommentsDataGuidance+4
2013 Oct 01 Ad-tracking controls need serious new direction0 CommentsDataNeutrality+4
2013 Oct 01 California’s Do-Not-Track Disclosure Law Could Have Teeth0 CommentsDataNeutrality+10
2013 Oct 03 Why Privacy Policies Should be Written by Fourth Grade Teachers2 CommentsDataNeutrality+10
2013 Oct 10 Snappy and short animated video summary explains what DataNeutrality does and how it works with Mezzobit to build trust & simplicity in the critical data interchange between consumers and the digital services they rely on.0 CommentsDataNeutrality+1
2013 Nov 27 Lessons for Web publishers from the MasterCard privacy study0 CommentsDataNeutrality+7
2013 Nov 29 Announcing an Exciting Research Project and Opportunity for Web Publishers to See What's Going on Behind Their Closed Doors0 CommentsDataNeutrality+8
2013 Apr 22 FBI — Next Generation Identification0 CommentsDataPhreak+10
2013 Apr 22 Japanese police ask ISPs to start blocking Tor [X-post from /r/netsec]6 CommentsDataPhreak+179
2015 Jan 16 Think FISA isn't being used on US Citizens? Think again.2 CommentsDataPhreak+11
2015 Jan 16 Two stories that probably mean the UK is now snooping US data.1 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2015 Feb 25 I'd like to bring more attention to the Trapwire surveillance system.0 CommentsDataPhreak+10
2015 May 05 Mozilla to send petition to Congress1 CommentsDataPhreak+5
2015 Aug 03 If you ask a question and want a correct answer, you're going to have to tell us who.9 CommentsDataPhreak+3
2015 Aug 28 Trusted Team Communication - Establishing trusted communication between members of your team0 CommentsDataPhreak+2
2015 Sep 19 Google Tracking on Android: Data Usage?8 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2015 Oct 17 LF Feedback on Privacy Consulting Startup.4 CommentsDataPhreak+5
2016 Feb 29 FBI vs. Apple Establishes a New Phase of the Crypto Wars0 CommentsDataPhreak+19
2016 Feb 29 Apple has hired one of the key developers of Signal2 CommentsDataPhreak+11
2016 Mar 01 FBI Claims It Has No Record Of Why It Deleted Its Recommendation To Encrypt Phones | Techdirt10 CommentsDataPhreak+275
2016 Mar 01PDF Website-Targeted False Content Injection by Network Operators0 CommentsDataPhreak+1
2016 Mar 02 White House Officials Soften Approach at RSA Conference0 CommentsDataPhreak+5
2016 Mar 02 "I have no idea": The FBI director going after Apple gets schooled on security by a congressman17 CommentsDataPhreak+62
2016 Mar 04 Amazon Quietly Removes Encryption Support from its Gadgets0 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2016 Mar 08 Google Joins Forces with Pentagon Ushering America into a New Era of Police State Control3 CommentsDataPhreak+21
2016 Apr 15 [DS15] The German Data Privacy Laws and IT Security - Stefan Schumacher0 CommentsDataPhreak+1
2016 Jun 11 Hypervisor wiretap feature can leak data from the cloud0 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2016 Aug 10 Excellent rundown of how NSA gets its files on your computer and how you will never be able to stop them.27 CommentsDataPhreak+6
2016 Aug 31old news When Moxie of Signal, SecUPwn of the IMEI Catcher Detector project, And Hans-Christoph from the Guardian Project get into an arguement about the finer points of FOSS in regard to secure crytpocoms16 CommentsDataPhreak+10
2016 Sep 16 Dailydave: Deep down the certificate pinning rabbit hole of "Tor Browser Exposed"1 CommentsDataPhreak+2
2016 Dec 06 "The Cayla doll prompts children to provide their names, their parents' names, the name of their school, and the name of the place where they live, the complaint says. The information is shared with Nuance, which also offers law enforcement and intelligence products"28 CommentsDataPhreak+470
2017 Jan 13 "Hardening" WhatsApp on iOS -TheGrugq4 CommentsDataPhreak+5
2014 Mar 30 DDG is great but Xquick.com has been around a lot longer, does more, and has gotten perfect scores for privacy from 3rd party reviewers.6 CommentsDatheR+4
2016 Feb 19 Encryption places a blindfold on the digital eyes of the hacker and slows them down tremendously so that user behaviour analytics (UBA) can detect their presence0 CommentsDavAbby1+7
2013 Feb 26 Your isp Is Watching You! Poke Them In The Eye Here.2 CommentsDavidJHeslop+9
2012 May 27advice Is Mint.com really safe to use? I don't trust any company that collects banking details like that.5 CommentsDavidTheExpert+3
2016 Apr 14 Senate bill would force Apple to put a back door on iPhones1 CommentsDavid_Bailey+7
2012 Nov 16 Block your license plate from cameras -- Is this legal?2 CommentsDavid_Crockett+12
2012 Nov 26 SSN Registry: Is this tool legit?3 CommentsDavid_Crockett+5
2016 Apr 11 Consumers are concerned about smart tech and privacy0 CommentsDavid_JW+1
2014 Sep 30 Is scanning products to play a game safe? Read this "developer" review.4 CommentsDawn4444+9
2014 Mar 18 Selling your data means sacrificing your privacy. Is it worth it?0 CommentsDawooga+1
2015 Oct 23 3rd Party SDKs are Bad News for Mobile Privacy1 CommentsDawooga+21
2015 Nov 12 BofA Shuts Down Mint, Staking Their Claim to Your Data0 CommentsDawooga+14
2014 Apr 08 NIJ - Through-the-Wall Sensors for Law Enforcement Document1 CommentsDayanx+2
2014 Apr 09 The Feds Cut a Deal With In-Flight Wi-Fi Providers, and Privacy Groups Are Worried4 CommentsDayanx+19
2014 Apr 10 Has the NSA Been Using the Heartbleed Bug as an Internet Peephole?44 CommentsDayanx+309
2014 Jun 13 Privatized Mass Surveillance for Law Enforcement2 CommentsDayanx+28
2014 Jun 13 USAF Instruction for Conducting and Supporting "Domestic Imaging" Flights0 CommentsDayanx+6
2014 Jul 22 DHS Tells Firefighters, Paramedics Medical Treatment Provides an Opportunity to Identify Extremists0 CommentsDayanx+5
2015 Feb 27 Neurodata and Neuroprivacy: What of the privacy of thoughts? Paper won the German Surveillance Studies Research Prize 2015 and is a really interesting read!0 CommentsDayice+15
2013 Nov 14 SMOKE AND MIRRORS AND ARCHITECTURE: THE PENTAGON, THE NSA, AND WHAT THE BUILDINGS TELL US, PART II OF II1 CommentsDdodgers+3
2016 Apr 28 People too afraid to search privacy-sensitive topics after Snowden revelations – Oxford study0 CommentsDeSlaye+5
2016 Apr 28 US House unanimously passed bill requiring warrants for e-mail0 CommentsDeSlaye+8
2016 Apr 28 A secret 2015 court ruling unsealed this week shows that warrantless spying has already been formally approved by the FISA court.0 CommentsDeSlaye+16
2016 Apr 29 Documenting the Chilling Effects of NSA Surveillance0 CommentsDeSlaye+9
2016 Apr 29 U.S. Supreme Court Allows FBI To Hack Anyone In Any Jurisdiction0 CommentsDeSlaye+25
2013 Jul 05 Is Windows 7 as an operating system unsafe for privacy?8 CommentsDeadeye_Leone+7
2016 Apr 07 Securing Online Personas (eBook)0 CommentsDeanLocke+1
2016 May 06 Mass Surveillance & Privacy Issues1 CommentsDeanLocke+4
2016 Jul 03 The State of Surveillance (Edward Snowden, mass surveillance, and privacy violations)0 CommentsDeanLocke+4
2016 Feb 22 The UK Government realised last year that good password hygiene is now fundamental for businesses, launching its ‘Password Guidance’0 CommentsDeandreyWarren5_+1
2016 Apr 30 You’ve got a maybe 50-50 chance of recovering your precious memories if you pay a ransom. But you can fight back0 CommentsDeandreyWarren5_+8
2016 Apr 30 Lock and Key: Decrypting the Cybersecurity Act of 2015’s encryption mandate0 CommentsDeandreyWarren5_+2
2016 May 23 Tony Scott, Federal CIO : The importance of the proposed IT Modernization initiative to improving the security, resiliency and efficiency of the U.S. Government0 CommentsDeandreyWarren5_+0
2013 Mar 05 Magic Mirror - An encrypted, open source image host that respects your privacy and anonymity0 CommentsDearestFriend+4
2015 Jul 09 Think you're just a face in the crowd? Not necessarily0 CommentsDeathHamster1+3
2012 Jul 22 What do iOS games track about you without asking?3 CommentsDebugDucky+1
2015 Jan 19 We can have security without sacrificing privacy; claims that they're a trade-off are false. The White House just proposed new legislation to forfeit our privacy in the name of security. Citations for both inside. (Cross-Post from /r/Technology)1 CommentsDeckardzz+13
2013 Jun 07 User-friendly encrypted voice / chat methods?5 CommentsDecoration+2
2016 Apr 28 Consumers should also "stop filling out every form they see on the Internet," Scott added. "You don't have to put your real name in if you want to download an e-book."11 CommentsDeeganwa_Eden5+121
2016 May 03 The RE: View for April 2016 . Balancing privacy and security a key challenge, says NCA0 CommentsDeeganwa_Eden5+1
2016 Jun 21 Seafile not allowed to use Paypal for refusing to monitor client's data6 CommentsDeepAttention+60
2016 Jun 28 Differential Privacy: how to study people0 CommentsDeepAttention+3
2016 Jul 01 Surveillance: Google collects meta data (phone calls, SMS) from Android phones89 CommentsDeepAttention+305
2016 Jul 07 Mozilla is building Context Graph, a ‘recommender system for the web’2 CommentsDeepAttention+2
2016 Jul 20 Five million Danish ID numbers and health information sent by unencrypted CDs to Chinese Visa Application Centre0 CommentsDeepAttention+6
2016 Jul 28 Crippling HTTPS with Unholy PAC1 CommentsDeepAttention+2
2016 Aug 02 HTML5 APIs Fingerprint Users - How to Prevent0 CommentsDeepAttention+3
2016 Aug 03 iOS 10 to Feature Stronger "Limit Ad Tracking" Control - Future of Privacy Forum0 CommentsDeepAttention+3
2016 Nov 15 fix-windows-privacy by modzero2 CommentsDeepAttention+4
2016 Nov 16 Mission Improbable: Hardening Android for Security And Privacy5 CommentsDeepAttention+16
2016 Nov 23 Google Will Tell You How Crowded Places Are in Real Time1 CommentsDeepAttention+10
2015 Jul 28 Behavioral Profiling: The password you can't change.0 CommentsDeewiant+4
2014 Dec 15 Can someone help me understand this article?3 CommentsDefinitely_Lies+2
2014 Jan 04 Should I use a pseudonym when getting deliveries?4 CommentsDeku-shrub+12
2014 Oct 11 TED: Glenn Greenwald - Why privacy matters2 CommentsDeku-shrub+117
2015 May 11 Mass surveillance – an idea still too complex for most to take seriously0 CommentsDeku-shrub+11
2015 Oct 24 TalkTalk data breach – fines, audits and insurance once again shows politicians don’t get information security0 CommentsDeku-shrub+8
2016 Jan 01 Proposal to scale Tor via decentralised ‘Tor credits’7 CommentsDeku-shrub+13
2016 Jan 18 Cheap web cam with a hardware switch?5 CommentsDeku-shrub+1
2016 Feb 01 Two-thirds of Android users vulnerable to web history sniff ransomware4 CommentsDeku-shrub+9
2016 Feb 29 Blocking specific javascript functions?3 CommentsDeku-shrub+2
2016 Apr 15 Enable This Setting So People Can’t Guess Your Email Address from Your Twitter0 CommentsDeku-shrub+16
2017 Jan 09 Can anyone recommend a decent set up for mobile phone number forwarding?7 CommentsDeku-shrub+2
2017 Jan 22 Private messages stolen from AlphaBay, world’s largest darknet market2 CommentsDeku-shrub+3
2016 Feb 26 A Clean Tablet, hardware/software needed3 CommentsDelacroix515+1
2016 Feb 22 Refugees rely on iris scans to receive food and aid, even as privacy concerns loom0 CommentsDeltaP42+3
2012 Nov 15 Huge Privacy Violation on Chase Mobile for iOS! Be Careful with your phone!1 CommentsDemonArchives+0
2014 Jun 04 Whistleblower - Song for Edward Snowden - Ben Dalmont0 CommentsDemosthenes0+4
2016 Dec 13 Goodbye Reddit, Voat, WordPress, Wikileaks, 4Chan and all you heroic Whistle Blowers and Leakers. Obama just pushed the Senate to approve the U.S. Censorship Act!1 CommentsDentuam+0
2016 Feb 23 Go Apple and the King of Social Media. Privacy Matters0 CommentsDenverFunStuff+1
2014 May 22 Facebook app protects your privacy by passively listening in while you make status updates - but don't worry, they promise it can't identify conversation53 CommentsDenyborg+226
2015 Jan 09 PSA: The shady data broker previously known as Rapleaf has changed names and is now known as TowerData0 CommentsDenyborg+2
2015 Feb 25 Facebook's Updated Privacy Policy Breaches EU Law, Belgian Study Claims; Other Countries Investigating0 CommentsDenyborg+13
2015 Mar 11 How to mirror and serve ajax.googleapis.com from your own box with nginx1 CommentsDenyborg+3
2015 Mar 11 Learning Apps Outstrip School Oversight, and Loss of Student Privacy Is Among the Risks0 CommentsDenyborg+16
2015 Mar 17 Private Companies Continue To Amass Millions Of License Plate Photos, Hold Onto The Data Forever0 CommentsDenyborg+19
2015 Nov 30 /r/Technology just can't imagine why any hacker would ever want to spend their time gaining access to an internet connected doll with a microphone in it0 CommentsDenyborg+2
2011 Aug 03 Looking for a good piece of VPN software7 CommentsDenyven+6
2011 Aug 11 Need help setting up OpenVPN on a VPS12 CommentsDenyven+3
2011 Sep 18 How did this happen, and how can I stop it?9 CommentsDepafro+17
2015 Oct 02 LastPass alternatives, and further questions.55 CommentsDepressinglyCalm+19
2015 Oct 09 The NSA responds to Edward Snowden’s TED Talk | Richard Ledgett. [Gotta say, NSA made a *few* good points].6 CommentsDepressinglyCalm+1
2013 May 20 How do I know if my VPN is trustworthy? (Lifehacker)1 CommentsDereliction+0
2014 Jul 21 Talk on cracking Internet anonymity service Tor withdrawn from conference0 CommentsDereliction+3
2013 Oct 01 Facebook Likes are Constitutionally Protected Free Speech - what are your rights as an employee? [x-post /r/law]0 CommentsDerelyn+0
2015 Aug 20 Lavaboom Encrypted Email Startup Declares Bankruptcy, shutting down service by August 27th37 CommentsDerrick4Real+20
2017 Jan 18 Yahoo mail user here, and I want to change.9 CommentsDerura+1
2016 Sep 07 LocalBitcoin OPSEC Question - TOR, VPN, TAILS etc2 CommentsDesertSafe+1
2013 Dec 29 The NSA Strikes Back0 CommentsDesignNoobie99+9
2015 Jun 10 U.K. spy agencies taken to court over bulk domestic spying - IFEX0 CommentsDetachedObserver+3
2015 Jun 28 Privacy Isn't Just Digital: What I Learned In Private Investigations0 CommentsDetachedObserver+0
2015 Jul 06 Hacking Hacking Team: Team does just that, exposes list of government customers • The Register0 CommentsDetachedObserver+7
2015 Jul 10 In Memoriam: Caspar Bowden1 CommentsDetachedObserver+14
2015 Aug 09 Spyware demo shows how spooks hack mobile phones1 CommentsDetachedObserver+13
2015 Oct 30 Police seek powers to access browsing history of UK computer users1 CommentsDetachedObserver+11
2015 Nov 02 How to Create an Untraceable Messaging Device With an Old Phone3 CommentsDetachedObserver+15
2015 Nov 19 Privacy International investigation exposes the role of Microsoft in Thailand human rights abuse case0 CommentsDetachedObserver+2
2016 Feb 03 At Berkeley, a New Digital Privacy Protest0 CommentsDetachedObserver+5
2016 Jun 12 UK spies circumvented surveillance laws with no 'meaningful' oversight0 CommentsDetachedObserver+55
2016 Jun 12 Investigatory Powers Bill gets vote of approval from MPs1 CommentsDetachedObserver+7
2015 Dec 01 Port Fail: Vulnerability reveals real IP0 CommentsDetectkit+22
2015 Mar 16 Former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff responds to question on backdoors, criminalization of crypto0 CommentsDeusExMockinYa+9
2016 Jul 21 From a privacy standpoint, is it better to take the "self-hosted" approach, or to use hosted services?5 CommentsDeusdies+4
2017 Jan 06 How legit is this German Win10 anti-snooping app?3 CommentsDeutoRabid+1
2013 Jun 13 There is anger about government collecting data, but where’s the outrage over private snooping?0 CommentsDevFRus+1
2013 Jun 23 Faster algorithm for the discrete log problem whose difficulty underlies the US digital signature standard. Are there any concerns for privacy?2 CommentsDevFRus+12
2013 Sep 08 NSA: Possibly breaking US laws, but still bound by laws of computational complexity1 CommentsDevFRus+82
2013 Sep 10 Big data in the NYC Mayor’s Office: importance of privacy for vulnerable populations.0 CommentsDevFRus+1
2014 Jan 13 Lets build our own internet, with blackjack and hookers: the pirate bay is working towards a truly decentralized alternative internet based on the BitCoin protocol0 CommentsDevFRus+8
2014 Jul 07 Facebook, Google and the little people….0 CommentsDevFRus+3
2013 Aug 09 Top 3 Lavabit Alternatives0 CommentsDexPedition+1
2016 Jan 23 New tools for teaching and learning Email Self-Defense2 CommentsDexter_Nemrod+14
2014 Jul 29 Disable popup on keypress for android's stock keyboard0 CommentsDiab0lix+1
2016 Jun 28 Government will be able to shut off your iPhone camera when they don't like what you could record116 CommentsDiamondstuff+490
2015 Jan 15 Shouldn't ScriptSafe/NoScript/Other selective blockers be hashing rules?2 CommentsDiasparo+2
2016 Sep 04 I made a simple, secure pastebin-like site with encryption/self destruction and an open API - Introducing parli.eu12 CommentsDiasparo+11
2015 Nov 26 Google has removed over 440,000 links over Europeans right to be forgotten request7 CommentsDiazepam+82
2015 Dec 31 Microsoft to warn email users of suspected hacking by governments0 CommentsDiazepam+1
2016 Jan 01 9 million Google Chrome users were made vulnerable by a web security plug-in1 CommentsDiazepam+4
2016 Jan 11 Best free secure email service?20 CommentsDiazepam+4
2016 Jan 12 Which password manager to use?11 CommentsDiazepam+3
2016 Nov 23 Twitter reaffirms anti-surveillance stance and tells devs to stop making spy tools3 CommentsDiazepam+1
2015 Oct 19 Should I use a different email for every service I use?5 CommentsDifferentemails+7
2016 Jul 22 Widespread HIPAA vulnerabilities result in $2.7 million settlement with Oregon Health and Science University0 CommentsDiffusion_NotOsmosis+12
2014 Feb 10 Online Anonymity Is Not All or Nothing For Most Internet Users0 CommentsDigPip+13
2015 Aug 04 [Advice] My HOA Refuses to secure their online portal. I have access to everything. What to do next?14 CommentsDigi59404+17
2016 Jan 28 Data Protection Day: Digital future of Europe can only be built on trust0 CommentsDigitalAgendaEU+1
2016 May 12 In a connected world, privacy becomes a group effort0 CommentsDigitalMarketsAdv+1
2016 May 12 FBI/Apple privacy fight left out a major player: the data carriers0 CommentsDigitalMarketsAdv+1
2017 Jan 10 European Commission proposes high level of privacy rules for all electronic communications and updates data protection rules for EU institutions0 CommentsDigitalSingleMarket+2
2016 May 16 Using Privacy Badger (EFF) extension across browsers3 CommentsDigital_Voodoo+6
2014 Mar 10 I'm switching from Skype to Jitsi, in terms of security does it matter where I set up my XMPP account, if so can someone recommend a site to use?1 CommentsDignified_Slave+9
2013 Dec 03 Hey r/privacy! We made a super easy to use p2p file transfer app...and it's completely free!4 CommentsDiirge+0
2015 Jan 04 I am making a movie about the dangers of the Information Age. Thought I could use some help with these dangers.7 CommentsDininiful+15
2014 Mar 15 Google Location tracking is a step too far for me (but its good they expose it)0 CommentsDinisCruz+1
2014 Dec 15 Disk42 - Cloud with end-to-end. Is open source and, at some point, servers will be setup in Germany [Website German only for the moment]7 CommentsDireBiscuit+5
2013 Sep 26 Older article. "Nuclear Sub Is Said to Have Special Eavesdropping Ability"0 CommentsDirtienDutch+8
2016 Mar 14 Students For Privacy11 CommentsDirtyRug+14
2013 May 07 Google attempting to patent policy that would revolutionize email snooping6 CommentsDisappointedBanana+52
2016 Apr 26 Wifi network privacy5 CommentsDiscipleofOden+1
2016 Jul 27 BlackBerry launching new smartphone with emphasis on beefed up security3 CommentsDiscipleofOden+2
2016 Jan 20 How Do I Protect My Medical Information?5 CommentsDiskSinger+19
2016 Feb 18 Questions about Imgur Privacy Policy and how often they get subpoenas?3 CommentsDisorderredrosid+3
2016 Feb 18 Imgur Privacy Vs. Reddit?13 CommentsDisorderredrosid+1
2016 Dec 22 Government requests for Facebook user data up 27% in first half of 201610 CommentsDistributedFutures+175
2017 Jan 20 London university tells students their emails may be monitored3 CommentsDistributedFutures+17
2012 Jul 24 Novo Ordo - secure email service2 CommentsDivinorum72+2
2015 Jul 16 Connect Your Home Router to a VPN to Bypass Censorship, Filtering, and More7 CommentsDiyoGi+16
2015 Oct 30Misleading title Soon, Windows 10 Will Be Automatically Pushed Through Windows Update95 CommentsDiyoGi+139
2016 Jun 01 Ghostery isn't finding any tracker on Facebook page and UBlock Origin isn't finding any requested blocks. What is happening2 CommentsDoYouEvenSoju+3
2016 Nov 02 How safe is KeePassX?17 CommentsDocSeba+5
2016 Nov 27 Encrypt a Chromebook?11 CommentsDocSeba+9
2013 Jun 19 [x-post r/software]Hey Reddit! In response to the PRISM scandal, I've been working on a highly-secure web-based messaging system so that anyone can beat the NSA. : software0 CommentsDoc_Mercury+2
2013 May 05 Is there some sort of "explain it like I'm 5" guide to privacy? I could really use some Layman's terms.15 CommentsDodgeballBoy+24
2015 Jul 19 Librem 15: A Laptop That Respects Your Rights19 CommentsDoener23+32
2015 Oct 16 Facebook implements strong encryption, fortifies the platform for human rights0 CommentsDoener23+0
2015 Oct 21 Apple reiterates that it’s ‘impossible’ to unlock newer iPhones for authorities0 CommentsDoener23+8
2015 Dec 22 Webbrowser anonymity check0 CommentsDoener23+3
2016 Apr 06 Posteo Mail: New security technology and additional certificate3 CommentsDoener23+3
2016 Dec 29 The Untold Story of Edward Snowden’s Escape from Hong Kong and How You Can Help the Refugees Who Saved His Life1 CommentsDoener23+6
2013 Sep 21 Struggling with anonymous email...6 CommentsDogBoy99+6
2016 Nov 14 Internet Freedom Wanes As Governments Target Messaging, Social Apps8 CommentsDogsindahouse1+112
2015 Feb 20 Lenovo apologizes for Superfish and publishes a guide to uninstall it.128 CommentsDolbyrko+339
2014 Feb 28 "Dropbox seems to be trying to head off privacy lawsuits as it prepares for an IPO"1 CommentsDom_T4+3
2014 May 14 Abuses of power to erode privacy are everywhere.1 CommentsDom_T4+24
2014 Apr 18 Opting out15 CommentsDominic24+6
2015 Feb 26 With The New Reddit Ban, Revenge Porn Loses Another Battle. Will It Lose The War?0 CommentsDonManuel+3
2016 Feb 10 Bill Would Ban State Efforts to Weaken Encryption13 CommentsDonManuel+395
2016 Feb 13 Google, France, and the "Right to be Forgotten"0 CommentsDonManuel+14
2016 Feb 15 Government Asks Judge to Toss NSA Surveillance Lawsuits9 CommentsDonManuel+163
2016 Feb 23 Bill Gates sides with FBI on demand for Apple backdoor to shooter's iPhone0 CommentsDonManuel+0
2016 Feb 24 Thousands of Baidu apps collected and leaked personal information, report finds0 CommentsDonManuel+4
2016 Feb 29 German court fines Facebook over site's terms of service0 CommentsDonManuel+3
2016 Mar 01 New Billboards Film You, Then Use Your Mobile Phone To Follow You0 CommentsDonManuel+11
2016 Mar 16 U.K. Parliament Debates “Snoopers’ Charter” - "If passed into law in its current form, it would mandate a data retention regime unprecedented in any Western democracy, forcing internet companies to store records showing every website visited by every person in the U.K. for a period of 12 months."0 CommentsDonManuel+18
2016 Mar 17 ProtonMail's encrypted email is now available to all17 CommentsDonManuel+42
2016 Mar 19 Edward Snowden is the Lavabit user the government was after11 CommentsDonManuel+279
2016 Mar 26 U.S. Agencies’ Use of Invasive Aerial Cell Phone Surveillance Detailed in Newly Released Documents1 CommentsDonManuel+24
2016 Mar 30 How The NSA Revelations Made Surveillance Worse For Minorities5 CommentsDonManuel+57
2016 Oct 09 FCC Proposal Would Ban Web Providers’ Sharing of Users’ Online Activity with Advertisers21 CommentsDonManuel+739
2015 Sep 18 Hunted: how to disappear without trace5 CommentsDon_Bashinda_Miccar+22
2015 Aug 02 Is it possible to block e-mails from sent from specific OSs (especially Windows 10)0 CommentsDoneWithMS+0
2013 Oct 08 Will Using Credit Karma.com Put My Personal Information in the Hands of Radaris, Etc.?3 CommentsDonnahole5+3
2015 May 09 I can't believe we can see this....awesome!!3 CommentsDontFrackMeBro+0
2016 Dec 11 There Will Be No Crypto Ban0 CommentsDontStepOnSnek+1
2017 Jan 20 If I download tails how do I know I'm not being subjected to a man-in-the-middle attack?5 CommentsDoobie_34959+25
2014 May 29 Help me explain the need for privacy to skeptical, dismissive friends14 CommentsDoomMunky2000+21
2014 Dec 16 Downloadable Cookie Blockers7 CommentsDorianGreysPortrait+7
2015 Jul 21 Question about the Ashley Madison hack.4 CommentsDostKd+0
2014 Oct 20 Questions about portable USB charger2 CommentsDoublehalfpint+1
2015 May 16 Beijing wants total police state video surveillance by 20200 CommentsDownUnderCrew+27
2015 Jun 10 Feds can charge you with obstruction of justice for clearing your browser history15 CommentsDownUnderCrew+99
2015 Jul 08 Proxy Services Are Not Safe. Try These Alternatives1 CommentsDownUnderCrew+2
2015 Jul 13 It’s Not Just the NSA—the IRS Is Reading Your Emails Too2 CommentsDownUnderCrew+11
2015 Jul 15 Chatting in Secret While We're All Being Watched21 CommentsDownUnderCrew+156
2015 Aug 02 Forget the Ashley Madison or Sony hacks – a crippling cyberattack is imminent in the US3 CommentsDownUnderCrew+17
2015 Aug 04 Man shoots down drone hovering over house0 CommentsDownUnderCrew+5
2015 Aug 04 Facial recognition quietly taking hold0 CommentsDownUnderCrew+25
2015 Aug 06 Are DHS 'front' companies capturing your kids irises and fingerprints?3 CommentsDownUnderCrew+21
2015 Aug 14 “Minority Report”-esque Big Brother Billboards are Coming to England2 CommentsDownUnderCrew+17
2015 Sep 02 October 13, 2015 – The Day Digital Privacy Officially Dies in Australia0 CommentsDownUnderCrew+7
2016 Jan 20 These are the 25 worst passwords of 20155 CommentsDownUnderCrew+6
2015 Mar 03 Dropbox Accesses All The Files in Your PC (Not Just Sync Folder) and Steals Everything53 CommentsDr-Horrible+270
2013 Jun 10 New Facebook App permissions allow it to record/capture video/stills, read/write/share your call logs without your knowledge.2 CommentsDrDisko+6
2013 Oct 06Possibly Misleading PureVPN just shut down and gave all user info the authorities.39 CommentsDrMaloo+77
2016 Feb 04 UN rules in favour of Julian Assange21 CommentsDrRodneyMckay+367
2015 Jul 24 Is the fact that Fedora supports non-free firmware a privacy concern?4 CommentsDrScabhands+0
2011 Apr 11 The Amnesic Incognito Live System, version 0.7, is out. It is built on top of Debian Squeeze.0 CommentsDrWhax+2
2015 Mar 31 I found this in my bag at LAX.13 CommentsDrWhonidan+18
2015 May 25 Does Google track your Google Earth usage? And if so, are there any other open-source alternatives?17 CommentsDrWhonidan+19
2015 Aug 17 Is all public wifi now unsafe? Where should I access the internet from?12 CommentsDrWhonidan+2
2016 Sep 07 Phone confiscated by police, done factory reset through Google, can they access any of the data?13 CommentsDr_Fistula+13
2016 Aug 27 Has WhatsApp lost all trust from the public?44 CommentsDr_Logan+77
2015 Apr 14 Perfecting a well rounded Privacy and Protection Suit, Pointers from any Privacy Experts?0 CommentsDracrius+2
2013 Mar 16 How secure are router based cloud and vpn services?4 CommentsDraeth+5
2014 Jan 05 VPN usage statistics4 CommentsDragunovV+10
2016 Dec 30 Are there any companies that you can pay to register and pay for things like electric and internet in their name?20 CommentsDrainTheSwampHag+16
2015 May 25 Authentication token for increased security?4 CommentsDrakdansaren+8
2016 Jun 14 Net Neutrality Rules Upheld: Go Team Internet! [EFF post - winning another court case]1 CommentsDramji+13
2016 Nov 08 How is GPS technology for privacy?3 CommentsDramji+1
2016 Dec 01 What laptops do we like now?8 CommentsDramji+5
2015 Jul 30 If you must use windows - whats the smartest way to retain some privacy (for the average user)27 CommentsDrdingidforester+53
2016 Nov 29 Need a New Number? Prepare to be Fingerprinted Starting in February4 CommentsDreadPirateRobusto+4
2013 May 01 Some of the privacy terms and conditions for phone applications are pretty scary5 CommentsDreadsock+12
2017 Jan 15 Cross-platform, encrypted note syncing apps?6 CommentsDrinkaboutit+12
2017 Jan 17 Thoughts on Privacy.com?8 CommentsDrinkaboutit+3
2013 Aug 12 The subversion of due process in America: The Obama administration is using information obtained through its illegal surveillance programs to target Americans for criminal investigations unrelated to terrorism.15 CommentsDrogDrill+270
2016 Feb 12 Anonymous Internet2 CommentsDropsForDays+0
2011 Dec 21 Scanning of Driver's Licenses by retailers for age verification?15 CommentsDrumlin+23
2012 Feb 17 How Companies Learn Your Secrets1 CommentsDrumlin+0
2012 Aug 16 How to undermine a legitimate privacy concern: a Reddit case study. 1 CommentsDrumlin+6
2013 May 26 When Kinect detects someone it does not recognize, it then audibly asks this person to identify themselves.21 CommentsDrumlin+56
2016 Apr 06 Illinois legislators consider bills on policing social media0 CommentsDrumlin+2
2016 Jan 08 Help - Removing personal info from http://publicrecords.directory/14 CommentsDrunkDiplomat+2
2016 Mar 24 Does anyone can scan the source for 411Num.com and see what people websites they are using for search?2 CommentsDrunkDiplomat+7
2016 Aug 07 Anyone can help in getting rid of personal information from this website, I have emailed relentlessly, looked up their registrar, no response, anyone has any idea how to get someone overseas not responding to get rid of info. Thanks.2 CommentsDrunkDiplomat+2
2016 Aug 23 Help! removing from personal info from Google and web!5 CommentsDrunkDiplomat+1
2014 Apr 26 Banknote surveillance: Are banknotes tracked by ATMs? And if so, what would be the privacy implications?5 CommentsDrunkRaven+8
2014 May 01 A warning to users looking to recycle their old PCs : techsupport0 CommentsDrunkRaven+3
2014 May 18 Dean Baquet, who killed NSA story at LA Times, now executive editor of New York Times13 CommentsDrunkRaven+342
2014 May 18 OpenCryptoChip and Open Crypto Project - open source hardware for trustable encryption3 CommentsDrunkRaven+4
2014 Jul 17 An example to what extend it is probably possible to de-anonymize and identify people who just browse the web0 CommentsDrunkRaven+9
2014 Oct 29 Why verizon's HTTP earmarks are effectively killing your privacy0 CommentsDrunkRaven+7
2014 Nov 18 Gas industry lobbyist discusses how he had done detailed research on the personal histories of members environmental groups to try to find information that could be used to embarrass them.1 CommentsDrunkRaven+9
2014 Dec 03 A female undercover agent from Hamburg police investigated house-squatters intimately for six years because of suspected criminal activities like house-squatting, street clashes and living illegally in construction trailers [German]1 CommentsDrunkRaven+6
2014 Dec 13 Hangouts eavesdrops on your chats to offer 'smart suggestions'6 CommentsDrunkRaven+56
2015 Mar 19 Windows 10 terms of use, what are the privacy implications?19 CommentsDrunkRaven+49
2016 May 01 I could use some help with sources for information regarding privacy4 CommentsDrunken_Mimes+5
2015 Jan 07 Book recommendation for those who are more academically interested: "Privacy in Context" NYU professor Helen Nissenbaum's primer on technology privacy. Posting the Atlantic article for a good general overview.2 CommentsDuMbHour+6
2013 Nov 14 Cell phones and security, is a treo "safe"5 CommentsDu_mich_auch+2
2013 Dec 12 [x-post] what does r/privacy think of this? anything to be worried about?1 CommentsDu_mich_auch+0
2013 Dec 14 cell/gps/bluetooth/rfid blocking bag5 CommentsDu_mich_auch+1
2014 Jan 19 iphone/android email question5 CommentsDu_mich_auch+5
2014 Jan 19 I believe that online retailers, banks, etc. should offer the option of sending your emails encrypted with pgp if the option is chosen15 CommentsDu_mich_auch+117
2014 Feb 24 well the blackphone is actually taking orders... who will buy me one? :)14 CommentsDu_mich_auch+0
2014 Mar 19 Fake Tor browser for iOS laced with adware, spyware, members warn | Title available since November raises questions about App Store vetting process.0 CommentsDublinBen+13
2014 May 07 As domestic abuse goes digital, shelters turn to counter-surveillance with Tor13 CommentsDublinBen+56
2015 Feb 02 Freenet: The forgotten cryptopunk paradise5 CommentsDublinBen+9
2015 Apr 21 This machine catches stingrays: Pwnie Express demos cellular threat detector0 CommentsDublinBen+43
2013 Apr 04 Lawmakers to amend CISPA behind closed doors0 CommentsDucknish+49
2014 May 16 That thing you shouldn't have clicked way back when...3 CommentsDude-with-question+3
2012 Dec 31Advice Why is it necessary to repeatedly write over a disk to erase it?34 CommentsDude_On_A_Couch+33
2013 Oct 30 NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say22 CommentsDuderino316+277
2013 Nov 10 UK spies continue “quantum insert” attack via LinkedIn, Slashdot pages6 CommentsDuderino316+68
2014 Jul 19 Privacy is for old people says LinkedIn founder6 CommentsDuderino316+6
2016 Aug 07 Providing "static" to search engine/data mining results0 CommentsDumbPrivacyQuestion+2
2013 Aug 02 Jimmy John's new online ordering system exposes username and password in plain text14 CommentsDumpsterDave+70
2016 Aug 17 Libgcrypt/GnuPG Hit By Critical Security Problem Since 19981 CommentsDunbarTrout+7
2014 May 29 A good blog post about the recent happenings with TrueCrypt0 CommentsDuncanKeyes+10
2014 Aug 06 40GB of Gamma International (UK Private Surveillance Contractor) Data is Being Leaked on /r/Anarchism42 CommentsDuncanKeyes+237
2015 Mar 02 Properly setting up Android storage encryption?0 CommentsDuncanKeyes+4
2015 May 08 Theresa May already talking about giving police more powers to the police to monitor us online :(9 CommentsDuncanKeyes+12
2015 May 11 Interested in the discussion and opposition of the Communications Data Bill (Snooper's Charter)? Check out /r/OpposeCDB.1 CommentsDuncanKeyes+7
2015 Oct 14 Form that people type their message and it gets sent to use encrypted using your PGP key?1 CommentsDunderMifflin5+3
2016 Oct 11 Signal now has support for disappearing messages (self-destructing)38 CommentsDurableNapkin+172
2016 Dec 01 ProtonMail v3.6 introduces Two-Factor Authentication29 CommentsDurableNapkin+45
2016 Dec 14 How Police Are Watching You On Social Media0 CommentsDustinBones13+8
2017 Jan 17 When It Comes to Police Surveillance, Local Politics Matter1 CommentsDustinBones13+8
2013 Jun 08 Is this a coincidence? Somehow I doubt it....2 CommentsDutch_01+8
2014 Dec 10 How the NSA broke the cryptography of our emails.0 CommentsDvr1029+0
2016 Sep 23 Has anyone else victim of the OPM data breach had their new electronics "pulled for random customs inspection" by Chinese officials when being drop-shipped from the manufacturer?6 CommentsDwarfgoat+10
2016 Mar 01 Theresa May to expand police powers to access web browsing records and hack phones | UK News2 CommentsDwarphthegiant+72
2015 Apr 13 I am observing that perfectly valid online payments do not pass with increasing frequency when NoScript is enabled. Is this because of browser fingerprinting and user tracking?2 CommentsDwellerOfTitan+1
2014 Jun 26 Dark Wallet Alpha 5 Release Has Some Really Interesting New Features0 CommentsDynamicDK+9
2014 Jun 18Funny/light Starbucks accused of handing over customers first names to the NSA2 CommentsDyslexicAtehist+0
2014 Jul 29 The Economic Cost of Surveillance0 CommentsDyslexicAtehist+2
2014 Dec 06 Censorship in the UK: Chaos Computer Club blocked by ISP's2 CommentsDyslexicAtehist+15
2015 Feb 16 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy: US industrial espionage in Germany0 CommentsDyslexicAtehist+0
2013 Oct 08 Is there disposable email that doesn't require JavaScript?0 CommentsE14159265359+4
2013 Jun 13 Government surveillance, it's not as illegal as you think it is1 CommentsEDNYLaw+1
2016 Oct 06 Should I be concerned?6 CommentsEFCRulesOK+3
2015 Jun 01 Hi guys, I'm a noob when it comes to online privacy. What is the most straight forward and cost-effective way to continue using Bittorrent and not having my service provider track me?4 CommentsEFFENEH+3
2013 Jul 27 Open letter and petition by a coalition civil rights organisations in reaction to the massive surveillance of citizens’ communications [x-post from r/europe]0 CommentsEHEC+23
2016 Sep 23 Uber to require U.S. drivers to verify themselves by snapping selfies before accepting rides5 CommentsEIEIOOooo+11
2013 Jun 25 A man named Sang Mun invents a NSA Proof front.0 CommentsELite_Predator28+0
2012 Nov 22 Proposed Updates to Facebook's Governing Documents (you have until Nov 28 to comment)0 CommentsENOTTY+7
2013 Aug 30 Remember EPIC's petition to the NSA demanding a public comment period on domestic surveillance? Today, they responded. EPIC is now considering legal action. Stay tuned...8 CommentsEPICprivacy+178
2013 Oct 07 We are the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Ask Us Anything! We'll be here from 2-4PM53 CommentsEPICprivacy+76
2013 Oct 23 EPIC & Public Citizen crypto party happy hour - DC, 10/25. Come learn from tech experts before the Rally Against Mass Surveillance!2 CommentsEPICprivacy+13
2013 Nov 08 EPIC has filed a reply brief in the Supreme Court after the government argued it cannot hear EPIC's challenge to the domestic phone surveillance program. The case has been distributed to the Justices for the Nov. 15 conference2 CommentsEPICprivacy+52
2017 Jan 06 The UK way0 CommentsESgoldfinger+1
2016 Jul 17 How unsecure would it be to use tutanota to send email over public wifi?5 CommentsEZALE+1
2016 Sep 16 Question about installing new SSD on new laptop and privacy implications.0 CommentsEZALE+0
2014 Apr 16 Is anyone else a little scared by this? AISight: The CCTV network completely run by AI0 CommentsEagexr+10
2014 Apr 17 Newspaper tycoon: Google is building a superstate that threatens the future of Europe1 CommentsEagexr+13
2013 Oct 09 Size Doesn’t Matter: Why Privacy Concerns Go Beyond Google and Facebook0 CommentsEaglePride101+4
2016 May 03 How difficult is the IAPP-US Certification Exam? Tips for passing on the first try?0 CommentsEarache423+1
2017 Jan 22 Telling Facebook you've changed your phone number -€“ the weird T&Cs you've unwittingly signed up to0 CommentsEast902+2
2016 Jul 09 Knowledge is privacy: How to control where your personal information ends up online0 CommentsEastYork+7
2016 Jun 12 Another Day, Another Hack: Is Your Fisting Site Updating Its Forum Software?1 CommentsEasyCrypt+22
2016 Jun 12 Email metadata destroys privacy, bliss for spies47 CommentsEasyCrypt+97
2016 Jun 13 Microsoft forbidden to tell customers when US government snoops emails2 CommentsEasyCrypt+29
2016 Jun 13 Blackberry gives away decryption keys9 CommentsEasyCrypt+54
2016 Jun 13 Gmail and Yahoo end-to-end email encryption promise is a fraud1 CommentsEasyCrypt+9
2016 Jun 13 Going dark: online privacy and anonymity for normal people8 CommentsEasyCrypt+149
2016 Jun 14 Apple's iCloud stores emails unencrypted6 CommentsEasyCrypt+6
2016 Jun 15 Russian hackers breached the Democratic Party email system1 CommentsEasyCrypt+3
2016 Jun 17 Apple's Differential Privacy1 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2016 Jun 19 How to stop your devices from eavesdropping on your conversations1 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Jun 19 Here's How Your Smartphone Can Be Hacked Without You Knowing2 CommentsEasyCrypt+3
2016 Jun 21 Why Governments Lie About Encryption Backdoors1 CommentsEasyCrypt+2
2016 Jun 22 Guccifer 2.0: Red Herring Or Third DNC Hacker?0 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Jun 22 Snooper's charter: GCHQ will be licensed 'to hack a major town' | World news0 CommentsEasyCrypt+24
2016 Jun 23 Senate rejects measure to give FBI more access to Americans' digital data | US news0 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Jun 23 Apple Opens Up iPhone Code in What Could Be Savvy Strategy or Security Screwup1 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2016 Jun 23 What Attorneys Can Learn from History’s Largest Data Breach | JD Supra1 CommentsEasyCrypt+2
2016 Jun 26 STOP Rule 41 — FBI should not get Legal Power to Hack Computers Worldwide13 CommentsEasyCrypt+741
2016 Jun 27 Privacy Shield: White House makes EU spying promise5 CommentsEasyCrypt+32
2016 Jun 27 Microsoft invokes Supreme Court opinion in Ireland email case3 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2016 Jun 29 Yahoo settles class action suit over scanning email for ad targeting3 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2016 Jul 03 Encryption is less secure than we thought2 CommentsEasyCrypt+6
2016 Jul 06 Statement of the FBI on Hillary Clinton's email17 CommentsEasyCrypt+62
2016 Jul 07 Introducing unverified breaches to Have I been pwned0 CommentsEasyCrypt+2
2016 Jul 07 Characterizing and Avoiding Routing Detours Through Surveillance States0 CommentsEasyCrypt+3
2016 Jul 11 NIT in action0 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Jul 11 New to iOS 10? Change these settings right now1 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Jul 12 We know people care about privacy, so why won't they pay for it? | Technology9 CommentsEasyCrypt+0
2016 Jul 13 Email privacy crash course – Part 4: Usability vs. Security0 CommentsEasyCrypt+5
2016 Jul 21 I wanna go fast: HTTPS' massive speed advantage0 CommentsEasyCrypt+3
2016 Jul 23 WikiLeaks publishes 19,252 DNC-related emails packed with personal information64 CommentsEasyCrypt+315
2016 Aug 04 FBI Reportedly Took Months To Warn DNC That Russia May Be Behind Hackings6 CommentsEasyCrypt+28
2016 Aug 06 Intelligence Services are Scary AF5 CommentsEasyCrypt+11
2016 Aug 15 Secure Boot snafu: Microsoft leaks backdoor key, firmware flung wide open [Updated]0 CommentsEasyCrypt+12
2016 Aug 18 Privacy lawsuit over Gmail will move forward3 CommentsEasyCrypt+4
2016 Aug 18 Website enumeration insanity: how our personal data is leaked2 CommentsEasyCrypt+47
2016 Aug 24 California judge denies class action lawsuit against GMail privacy intrusion, forces 876 students to sue Google individually | Privacy Online News1 CommentsEasyCrypt+1
2016 Aug 27 Why France and Germany's Encryption Stance May Be More Bark Than Bite0 CommentsEasyCrypt+7
2016 Aug 31 The Dropbox hack is real32 CommentsEasyCrypt+144
2016 Aug 31 Opera Forces Password Reset For 1.7 Million Users After Server Breach0 CommentsEasyCrypt+6
2016 Sep 02 Romanian Hacker “Guccifer” Sentenced to 52 Months in Prison for Computer Hacking Crimes3 CommentsEasyCrypt+28
2016 Sep 03 Sensitivity to email privacy: poll results3 CommentsEasyCrypt+2
2013 Aug 26 Just in case you needed another reason to be creeped out by Spokeo1 CommentsEchelonOverride+2
2012 Mar 03 Big glitch with Rogers One Number system?1 CommentsEcocide+7
2013 Aug 27 Awesome project by the Tactical Technology Collective - 'Me & My Shadow' helps you trace the digital footprints that you leave on the web1 CommentsEconHacker+12
2013 Dec 11 Ausi activists with handheld cameras storm offices of company (allegedly) providing spying software to ask if they can opt out0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2014 Aug 30 How to use make-up to confuse facial-recognition technology and CCTV cameras (and go to cyberpunk parties)23 CommentsEconHacker+75
2014 Oct 24 A call for papers on Civic life in the digital age. Mapping the impact of big data and social media on society0 CommentsEconHacker+3
2015 Jan 19 "Just as doctors can’t solve healthcare, hackers can’t solve surveillance": Great piece from Dmytri Kleiner0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2015 May 07 The little-known technology companies behind Uzbekistan's surveillance state: A disturbing investigation by Mari Bastashevski0 CommentsEconHacker+5
2015 Sep 30 £1984: does a cashless economy make for a surveillance state?3 CommentsEconHacker+13
2015 Oct 13 British designer proposes a system of blockchain-based Data Licences to allow individuals to keep control of their personal data0 CommentsEconHacker+4
2015 Nov 04 Max Keiser interview on the future danger of surveillance and censorship of electronic payments by credit card companies, banks and states in 'cashless society'0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2016 Mar 07 Protect Your Financial Privacy With Bitcoin: A Comprehensive Guide0 CommentsEconHacker+4
2016 Mar 21 Why we should fear a cashless world65 CommentsEconHacker+266
2016 Apr 04 Visa UK describes how it wishes to make the use of privacy-protecting cash seem 'peculiar' by 2020, by drawing on "reassuring and established figures" having "humorous exchanges in stores" whilst using surveillance-friendly contactless payments0 CommentsEconHacker+1
2016 May 26 If You Talk to Bots, You’re Talking to Their Bosses0 CommentsEconHacker+10
2016 Aug 20 Preparing for the War on Cash: "The Death of Cash is an episode in the broader drama that is the Death of Privacy, and the death of informal, unaccounted-for behaviour"12 CommentsEconHacker+78
2015 Nov 24 Terrorist attacks: Mass surveillance is the problem, not the solution1 CommentsEdd24601+326
2015 Aug 25 Question about Pipl1 CommentsEdgardafydd+3
2016 May 21 What You Need To Know About the Massive LinkedIn Accounts Leak0 CommentsEf3sto+7
2015 Dec 08 What privacy issues does Windows 10 create and why should I be concerned?9 CommentsEffortl3ss+12
2015 Dec 28 Hard Drive Encryption for GPT2 CommentsEffusiveLife+2
2016 Mar 13 When The Glass Breaks: The Internet's Things0 CommentsEggplay+3
2015 Nov 17 Best way to protect a USB stick ?9 CommentsElKomic+4
2016 Oct 20 The Second Amendment in the Digital Age.6 CommentsEl_DreamShake+9
2016 Aug 26 ZeroBin fork renamed to PrivateBin, version 1.0 released2 CommentsEl_RIDO+4
2016 Mar 31 Anti-Surveillance: Danish Activist Destroys Cameras10 CommentsElectomatic+32
2016 Jun 04 Let’s Stop Google from Gobbling Up Our Schools0 CommentsElevat0r+19
2016 Jan 07 WP Messaging App5 CommentsElffuhs+2
2016 Apr 26 [Help]Enigmaze vs Keepass1 CommentsElffuhs+2
2016 Jun 17 [Help] Get my data back, from the big guys!6 CommentsElffuhs+7
2016 Jun 18 [Help] Yunohost and Privacy0 CommentsElffuhs+1
2016 Jul 24 Is Linux Mint Debian Edition a good starting point moving from windows?7 CommentsElffuhs+5
2016 Aug 31 Keeweb8 CommentsElffuhs+10
2016 Nov 15 Self Hosting - Compare help2 CommentsElffuhs+3
2016 Dec 06 Philosophy question about privacy7 CommentsElffuhs+1
2016 Dec 28 Switching tto Kubuntu3 CommentsElffuhs+1
2017 Jan 05 Telegram Cloud chats8 CommentsElffuhs+4
2016 Jun 13 Would the design of Protonmail or Tutanota allow them to access encrypted email using similar tactics as Hushmail?20 CommentsElfinFry+5
2016 Sep 29 Need help with finding a home network content filter besides OpenDns11 CommentsElijahDaGreat+2
2016 Sep 30 What is your opinion on the security of Dropbox?10 CommentsElijahDaGreat+7
2016 Feb 19 US Department of Justice files motion to compel Apple to comply with FBI3 CommentsEliteChurro+26
2016 Dec 08 Advice4 CommentsElizabethbeeters+1
2016 Dec 20 Microsoft and Skype. Shared personal information. Whats the deal?1 CommentsElli0t-H+5
2016 May 02 Are there any social medias like Facebook but with privacy safety5 CommentsElnarior+2
2016 Nov 14 Delete Facebook account, what is the best way ?7 CommentsElucTheG33K+2
2014 Nov 10 Global Public Key Infrastructure for SSH, based on blockchain technology!0 CommentsEmerCoin+7
2016 Jan 14 What is a good alternative to MacKeeper? Specifically, I'd like it to delete any duplicate or unnecessary files on my MacBook, but I don't want spy/bloat/malware etc.3 CommentsEmersonikMusic+3
2016 Dec 15 Why Do Yahoo Only Reveal Historical Hacks?2 CommentsEmmessenn+2
2016 Oct 06 US Senate Briefing : Panelists discuss how adversaries utilize Deep Web marketplaces and forums to buy and sell exploits, services and electronic health records as well as show images taken from forums and marketplaces found on the Deep Web0 CommentsEmmettey2Ricardo4+5
2014 Jan 17 What Google buying Nest means for privacy0 CommentsEmperorClayburn+1
2016 Nov 18 How can I make my Firefox fingerprint non-unique? Is it even possible?12 CommentsEmptyPirana+4
2015 Dec 31 Spying on Congress and Israel: NSA Cheerleaders Discover Value of Privacy Only When Their Own Is Violated13 CommentsEncrypted-Titan+221
2015 May 24 Does the WebRTC bug affect SOCKS5 proxies?3 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+2
2015 May 25 Can JavaScript be used to reveal my extensions?2 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+1
2015 Jun 07 Do I need Disconnect if I just use the Disconnect filters on uBlock Origin?7 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+5
2015 Jun 13 Whitehat Aviator browser goes open-source.3 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+27
2015 Jun 15 Should I switch to uMatrix?8 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+6
2015 Jun 21 Privacy Tests?2 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+7
2015 Jun 26 Which messaging software do you use?1 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+3
2015 Jul 05 Did Bill C-51 Pass?7 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+18
2015 Jul 09 uBlock Origin vs. Privoxy?8 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+2
2015 Jul 10 Should overwriting RAM on shutdown be the standard for operating systems?4 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+3
2015 Jul 13 What are your thoughts on privacy for youth?2 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+2
2015 Jul 16 Which is the most "secure" messaging application?3 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+8
2015 Jul 21 Your preferred OS for privacy & security?8 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+4
2015 Jul 22 Preferred web browser for privacy?17 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+3
2016 Jun 22 What operating system should I use as my main privacy OS?7 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+7
2016 Aug 08 How does one go about completely cutting themselves off from Google?11 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+7
2016 Aug 15 Do any of you view government domestic surveillance as a partisan issue?12 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+24
2016 Aug 18 Is there a disposable phone number service?6 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+10
2016 Aug 18 If advertisements violate our privacy, then what solution should we be looking into to allow both privacy and ad-free services?2 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+1
2016 Aug 25 What do you guys think of Gab?6 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+2
2016 Aug 29 How serious is the threat of backdoored hardware?29 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+66
2016 Sep 30 So what happens after the USA loses control of ICANN?8 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+1
2016 Nov 21 Can we make a new rule requiring link posts to be issued as archive.is posts or some similar archive site?0 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+0
2016 Dec 09 Alright because I was ignored the first time, I'll ask again...4 CommentsEncryptedOrgasms+0
2016 Apr 22 Over 1M using encryption software to access Facebook1 CommentsEncryptionCrazy007+1
2016 Jun 16PDF Cutting edge blockchain privacy research4 CommentsEncryptionPrincess+8
2016 Oct 27Software Number of players: 6 Could have been much higher. I am very sad to see this happen.0 CommentsEncryptionPrincess+0
2015 Mar 19 Daily Mail Headline: "Snowden made it easier for terrorists."7 CommentsEnder921+16
2012 Apr 05 Student Expelled for Profane Tweet0 CommentsEnderdejorand+10
2013 Jan 04 French ISP Free updates its DSL modems with an ad blocker that's enabled by default5 CommentsEndloesung1+40
2014 Aug 19 WhereTheyAt - A tool I built to see FB friends' locations on a map. All data stored locally. Thoughts?7 CommentsEngVagabond+10
2016 Mar 12 Spanish Teacher Implements New Classroom Surveillance Software0 CommentsEngiturtle+2
2014 Apr 23 The BTK Serial Killer was caught in 2005 because he reused a Floppy Disk that contained "deleted files" from his church (he should've used a new floppy or not quick format it)4 CommentsEnlightenment777+14
2015 Sep 18 What if Roombas are made by the NSA and are mapping out our houses?5 CommentsEnragedocelot+0
2015 Nov 30 Unable to connect to Tor on school wifi2 CommentsEnragedocelot+2
2015 Dec 01 This programmer's sentenced to death for defending online free speech in Syria. Sign to help push the Syrian Gov't to do something0 CommentsEnragedocelot+2
2016 Dec 27 I have a question about Privacy Badger and Facebook.3 CommentsEnth3+2
2015 Aug 05 Where my data could be safe9 CommentsEnthY+0
2016 Aug 08 Is it "safe" to upgrade to Windows10?9 CommentsEpicMachine+0
2013 Jul 18 More than one type of privacy for hypocrytes0 CommentsEpixtome+1
2016 Apr 06 John Fetterman, Candidate for US Senate from Pennsylvania, backs privacy and encryption for phones (the other candidates are not down)0 CommentsEponymatic+3
2012 Mar 08 Privacy Nightmare: McCain Bill Could Have Military Monitor The Internet0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Mar 08 Ubuntu 12.04 will bring OS-level privacy options4 CommentsEquanimousMind+29
2012 Mar 08 Thursday technology links round-up | From warrantless location tracking to spooky data mining and everything in between.0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Mar 09 A study from Stanford University found supposedly anonymous data collected on personal web browsers were gathered and then sold. [Infographic]7 CommentsEquanimousMind+17
2012 Mar 10 SOPA replacement uses child porn as excuse to spy on 99.7 percent of Americans1 CommentsEquanimousMind+64
2012 May 31 House Judiciary Subcmte. Debates FISA Amendments Reauthorization [Live Streaming Now]0 CommentsEquanimousMind+6
2012 Jun 01 Beginner question about disk encryption leads to detailed and imaginative discussion in /r/netsec0 CommentsEquanimousMind+0
2012 Jun 01 Skype User IP-address Disclosure1 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Jun 15 Trans Atlantic Consumer Dialogue: Privacy on opposite sides of the pond0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Jun 21 NSA refuses Congress' plea for spy stats5 CommentsEquanimousMind+23
2012 Jun 28software Wickr | An App That Encrypts, Shreds, Hashes and Salts1 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Jun 29 How College Students Scoop the Feds on Online Privacy Violations 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Jul 04 Privacy News Roundup: Tracking, Telcos, and Twitter Transparency0 CommentsEquanimousMind+9
2012 Jul 06 A Moment to Celebrate: No Data Retention Mandate in Smith’s New Child Protection Bill 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Jul 07 Governments Global Spying of Cloud Services (pdf)1 CommentsEquanimousMind+19
2012 Jul 07 Digital Due Process : Modernizing Surveillance Laws for the Internet Age0 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2012 Jul 09video RTAmerica: Google guilty of violating user's privacy?1 CommentsEquanimousMind+11
2012 Jul 11 rz2000 completes the story of how the government used FISA to retroactively legalize the invasion of our privacy.0 CommentsEquanimousMind+21
2012 Jul 11 Protest grows over German registration law0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2012 Jul 11 Privacy News Roundup: Tracking Customers, UK Snoopers’ Charter, and Drones in Latin America0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Jul 12 [Australia] Why Data Retention is a Bad Thing0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Jul 13 Australia Follows U.S., U.K. in Proposing Radical Expansion of Government Surveillance Powers0 CommentsEquanimousMind+15
2012 Jul 15 Future of Privacy Forum Study Results Show App Developers Heed Call for Privacy Policies0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Jul 22 Australian Attorney-General: "The case has yet to be made'' for a controversial plan to force internet providers to store the web history of all Australians for up to two years. 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2012 Jul 25video Privacy Tricks for Activist Web Developers (HOPE Number 9)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2012 Jul 27 Rep. Hank Johnson's AppRights Seeks Feedback on Mobile Privacy0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Jul 30 Amendment to Cybersecurity Act Would Deter Federal Government Privacy Abuses0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Jul 30 Get Up! Australia's new campaign against the government's infiltration of internet privacy. (xpost r/australia)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Jul 30 Why The NSA Can’t Be Trusted to Run U.S. Cybersecurity Programs0 CommentsEquanimousMind+25
2012 Aug 09 GAO: USG Privacy Laws Needs Updating to Fit Tech (pdf)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Aug 11 Future changes to Facebook privacy settings to be opt-in0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Aug 12 [FISA] Congress Resists Efforts to Reduce Secrecy0 CommentsEquanimousMind+26
2012 Aug 13 Improving Private Browsing Modes: "Do-Not-Track" vs Real Privacy by Design3 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Aug 14 How Governments and Telecom Companies Work Together on Surveillance Laws0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Aug 16 Ixquick. The only search engine that does not record your IP address.15 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Aug 23 'I've Got Nothing to Hide' and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy; Daniel J. Solove.1 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Aug 27 The New York Times Reminds Us the NSA Still Warrantlessly Wiretaps Americans, and Congress Has the Power to Stop It2 CommentsEquanimousMind+127
2012 Aug 29 [Australia] “Police state”: Privacy czar slams security reforms0 CommentsEquanimousMind+6
2012 Aug 30 Compliance with wiretap law is transparent, NSA says 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+30
2012 Aug 30 [FISA] EFF Sues for Answers About Illegal Government Email and Phone Call Surveillance4 CommentsEquanimousMind+63
2012 Aug 30 Online Tracking and Consumer “Choice”0 CommentsEquanimousMind+8
2012 Aug 30 [TrapWire] Dear Republicans, Beware: Big Brother is Watching You3 CommentsEquanimousMind+23
2012 Sep 02 Public-Private Partnerships for Cybersecurity Information Sharing0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Sep 03 Information Sharing Environment Annual Report to the Congress 20120 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Sep 04 Cryptoparty goes viral - Pen testers, privacy geeks spread security to the masses.0 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2012 Sep 06 An interesting movement gaining momentum is cryptoparties, which is about learning and sharing fundamental survival skills.3 CommentsEquanimousMind+11
2012 Sep 07 Privacy News Roundup: Face Recognition, Data Retention, and Patchy CCTV0 CommentsEquanimousMind+13
2012 Sep 07 CryptoParty Resource Wiki0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Sep 07 FBI launches $1 billion face recognition project 6 CommentsEquanimousMind+126
2012 Sep 08 Have Yourself a Merry Little CryptoParty 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+15
2012 Sep 10 Rise of the CryptoParty0 CommentsEquanimousMind+18
2012 Sep 10 New Results From Our Nationwide Cell Phone Tracking Records Requests2 CommentsEquanimousMind+35
2012 Sep 11 Internet enemy number one, Lamar Smith, is sponsoring the FISA FAA renewal and pushing it to a vote in the House on Wednesday. This is the bill that retroactively legalized NSA warrantless wiretapping. (thread was mod censored, but the community built an interesting conversation)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+9
2012 Sep 14 Confusion in the House: Misunderstanding FISA FAA Spying Law, and Inverting the Lessons of 9/110 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2012 Sep 14 Rep. Ed Markey introduces mobile privacy bill, states that companies must get consent from consumers before the monitoring software starts collecting information and transmitting it to third parties. 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Sep 14 Online Cryptoparty - Online demonstation of cryptographic techniques and how to make sure your private conversations stay private. Wednesday 26th September 8pm BST0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Sep 15 Machinic Bypasses of Personal Anonymity (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Sep 15 LAPD Spy Device StingRays Taps Your Cell Phone 10 CommentsEquanimousMind+63
2012 Sep 16 New Tor Browser Bundle (security release, 2.2.39-1, 2.3.22-alpha-1)16 CommentsEquanimousMind+24
2012 Sep 17 US data whistleblower: 'It's a violation of everybody's constitutional rights'. Former National Security Agency official Bill Binney says US is illegally collecting huge amounts of data on his fellow citizens 6 CommentsEquanimousMind+182
2012 Sep 18 UK Snoopers’ Charter Draws Sharp Critique from Global Advocates0 CommentsEquanimousMind+6
2012 Sep 18 Twitter to UK.gov: Web super-snoop law will trample twits' rights1 CommentsEquanimousMind+23
2012 Sep 19 FEMA website, US Trademark Office contradict Cubic's TrapWire denial2 CommentsEquanimousMind+31
2012 Sep 22 Ain't no party like a cryptoparty: privacy goes viral (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Sep 22 Heather Marsh message to CryptoParty Melbourne (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Sep 22 Richard Stallman: Urgent. Support the Protect America's Privacy Act1 CommentsEquanimousMind+56
2012 Sep 23 Privacy movement finds strength in crypto night (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+14
2012 Sep 24 Cryptoparty vs total surveillance1 CommentsEquanimousMind+12
2012 Sep 28 Federal electronic privacy is stuck in the digital dark ages -- the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) hasn't been updated since 1986. Online privacy law shouldn't be older than the Web. It's time to update ECPA. (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2012 Oct 20 eR Guide to Fighting the MAFIAA Six Strikes5 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Oct 23 ampernand on how I2P provides anonymity0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Oct 23 OP Pinkie and The Brain | Hivemind action proposals for 22nd - 28th October. Voting Finishes Friday. We move as one on Saturday & Sunday. : evolutionReddit0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Nov 03 Wyden pledges to put a hold on Big Brother spying act (xpost r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Nov 09 Senator Coburn says we need to act on fusion center report, and a modest proposal towards that end1 CommentsEquanimousMind+15
2012 Nov 10 Checking Big Brother 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+8
2012 Nov 13 Without an agreement, Reid eyes last 2012 effort on Cybersecurity Act0 CommentsEquanimousMind+4
2012 Nov 17 Populating Retroshare - Encypted P2P IM Filesharing Forums (xpost /r/evolutionReddit)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+6
2012 Nov 22 Reform to Require Warrant for Private Online Messages Up for Vote, but Down on Privacy0 CommentsEquanimousMind+10
2012 Nov 27 Does Using Certain Privacy Tools Expose You to Warrantless NSA Surveillance? ACLU Files FOIA to Find Out2 CommentsEquanimousMind+58
2012 Nov 27Video NSA whistleblower Bill Binney on the surveillance state9 CommentsEquanimousMind+67
2012 Dec 06 Warrantless Surveillance 101: Introducing EFF's New NSA Domestic Spying Guide0 CommentsEquanimousMind+41
2012 Dec 07 Cryptoparty Online - Saturday, 15 December at 11am UK time (11:00 UTC)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2012 Dec 09 Sharp debate expected on electronic-intercept law FISA FAA0 CommentsEquanimousMind+25
2012 Dec 13 Psychological warfare in the name of security: Is DHS funding the decimation of privacy? 1 CommentsEquanimousMind+21
2012 Dec 13 A Plan to Stop the Feds From Reading Your Emails0 CommentsEquanimousMind+2
2012 Dec 13 @RonWyden: Unfortunately there are 60+ votes to override my hold on #FISA- we need to keep working to change minds in the Senate. 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+5
2012 Dec 15 Government Spying Out of Control. The President and the leadership of both political parties have abandoned their oaths to uphold the Constitution.3 CommentsEquanimousMind+52
2012 Dec 15 Senator Jeff Merkley: "Citizens generally assume our government is not spying on them. If they had any inkling of how this system really works, the details of which I cannot discuss, they would be profoundly appalled."10 CommentsEquanimousMind+130
2012 Dec 15 Groups say FISA law needs more oversight -- now0 CommentsEquanimousMind+7
2012 Dec 15 Help EFF end Warrantless Surveillance. Wiretapping millions of Americans? It’s unconstitutional and illegal. And part of it is up for a vote in Congress. (xpost r/technology)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+16
2012 Dec 15 Haul the NSA before Congress 8 CommentsEquanimousMind+106
2012 Dec 16 FAS Resource - Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA FAA)0 CommentsEquanimousMind+1
2012 Dec 17 End is near for surveillance law powers8 CommentsEquanimousMind+84
2012 Dec 18 The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) amendment gains support from wide political spectrum0 CommentsEquanimousMind+10
2012 Dec 19 Senate Wants To Sneak Warrantless Spying Bill Extension Into Law Without Debate; Let’s Call Them and Tell Them No3 CommentsEquanimousMind+182
2012 Dec 19 Full Video: Watch EFF’s Court Hearing in Jewel v. NSA0 CommentsEquanimousMind+3
2012 Dec 20 Senate GOP objects to considering FISA bill, calls for vote on House version1 CommentsEquanimousMind+20
2012 Dec 20 Senate Should Not Rubber Stamp Foreign Surveillance Extension 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+18
2012 Dec 21 Senate to Consider FISA Renewal; Rand Paul to Offer 4th Amendment Guard 0 CommentsEquanimousMind+26
2012 Dec 21 FISA Warrantless Wiretapping Bill Poised For Renewal Despite Unanswered Questions - Or, as Michelle Richardson, legislative counsel with the ACLU's Washington office, put it, "I bet [Bush] is laughing his ass off."0 CommentsEquanimousMind+9
2012 Dec 22 Implications of Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Internet Surveillance for Society2 CommentsEquanimousMind+9
2012 Dec 23 FISA Is Up For Renewal: Will The NSA Be Forced To Reveal Its Warrantless Wiretapping Campaign And Why The Agency Spies On Americans?3 CommentsEquanimousMind+75
2012 Dec 23 RTAmerica: FISA spy bill could be renewed without discussion0 CommentsEquanimousMind+20
2012 Dec 27 Why We Should All Care About the Today's Senate Vote on the FISA Amendments Act, the Warrantless Domestic Spying Bill1 CommentsEquanimousMind+81
2012 Dec 28 Senate votes down three amendments to make FISA not so bad, prepares to vote down Wyden's bill and pass FISA unmolested tomorrow3 CommentsEquanimousMind+60
2012 Dec 28 GOP and Feinstein join to fulfill Obama's demand for renewed warrantless eavesdropping. The California Democrat's disgusting rhetoric recalls the worst of Dick Cheney while advancing Obama's agenda2 CommentsEquanimousMind+49
2013 Feb 01 Keep it secret, keep it safe: A beginner's guide to Web safety. Understanding encryption is key to protecting yourself on the Web.4 CommentsEquanimousMind+42
2013 Feb 01 Full Disk Encryption Using Ubuntu In Most Secure Mode With AES-XTS-PLAIN647 CommentsEquanimousMind+8
2014 Jul 22 If you thought that Patriot Act was bad, meet Executive Order 123334 CommentsErasmides+54
2013 Sep 11 Google loses appeal in Street View privacy case0 CommentsErdman20+0
2015 Feb 25 What is the best way to manipulate a browser footprint?2 CommentsErfahrungenCOM+5
2015 Feb 27 Under U.S. Pressure, PayPal Nukes Mega For Encrypting Files48 CommentsErfahrungenCOM+189
2012 May 07 The Internet Kill Switch; With Global Wiretapping Capability?2 CommentsErhan24+39
2014 Jan 10 Blocking Google on an Android phone as much as possible.10 CommentsErhan24+29
2014 Jan 14 Is duckduckgo tracking you on which results you click?5 CommentsErhan24+3
2014 Jul 09 Another alleged US-Spy has been caught in germany (german article)2 CommentsErhan24+42
2016 Jun 07 Some high-end Samsung phones messed up by Marshmallow update; fingerprints and passwords not recongized0 CommentsErikMurin+1
2017 Jan 18 Retail Surveillance / Retail Countersurveillance [33c3]2 CommentsErinmore+2
2016 Mar 28 Accounts tied to Primary Email being attacked, What do I do?9 CommentsError_Lord+3
2015 Apr 25 Best free email service for privacy?43 CommentsError_UsernameTaken+11
2015 May 20 Toronto Police body cameras raise privacy concerns1 CommentsErvinStinemetz+6
2008 Mar 21 High-Traffic Colluding Tor Routers in Washington, D.C., and the Ugly Truth About Online Anonymity0 CommentsEscafane+2
2008 Mar 21 You're probably going to want to stop using TOR right about...two years ago.0 CommentsEscafane+2
2008 Mar 21 NSA, AT&T and the NarusInsight Intercept Suite0 CommentsEscafane+2
2008 Mar 31 Cryptome - The Google of Secrets0 CommentsEscafane+2
2008 Apr 07 The Phorm "Webwise" System0 CommentsEscafane+2
2015 Sep 05 An Individuals Right To Privacy in the Digital Age0 CommentsEsigner+18
2015 May 07 Cloak your Info5 CommentsEsosite+1
2015 May 07 Cloak info from others0 CommentsEsosite+1
2013 Jun 28 IRC: Where do we stand?13 CommentsEsotericForest+19
2013 Jul 04 France 'has vast data surveillance', like US and UK2 CommentsEsotericForest+9
2013 Jul 16 Privacy FYI: Cell Phone Company Data Retention Chart2 CommentsEsotericForest+58
2013 Oct 01 Security & Encryption in Steam2 CommentsEsotericForest+1
2013 Oct 31 Facebook may start logging your cursor movements2 CommentsEsotericForest+17
2013 Nov 01 The spectrum of privacy4 CommentsEsotericForest+3
2013 Dec 27 Jitsi - Is it solid and functional?6 CommentsEsotericForest+20
2014 Jan 19 Your email setup23 CommentsEsotericForest+33
2014 Feb 19 Biography of a Cypherpunk, and How Cryptography Affects Your Life3 CommentsEsotericForest+11
2014 Mar 08 Microsoft is using your data to target political ads on Xbox Live1 CommentsEsotericForest+42
2014 May 16 Feel free to join the conversation of privacy on IRC!10 CommentsEsotericForest+34
2015 Jan 07 Secure Secure Shell0 CommentsEsotericForest+8
2015 Jul 28 New FCC Rules May Prevent Installing Open Firmware on WiFi Routers2 CommentsEsotericForest+10
2016 Feb 29 Judge in New York drug case denies government All Writs Act demand that Apple unlock seized iPhone.1 CommentsEsotericForest+23
2016 Jun 03 Security Snake Oil - Going after bogus Cyber Security crowd funding projects0 CommentsEsotericForest+25
2016 Dec 21 Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy2 CommentsEsotericForest+25
2015 Mar 02 Working on improving security/privacy throughout my network/computers; how's my methods?0 CommentsEspionage724+2
2010 Oct 25 Janet Napolitano refuses to test naked body scanners at JFK Airport2 CommentsEthicalVegan+11
2013 Jan 29 CryptoParty is coming to Dallas for the first time. If you are in the DFW area come on by.1 CommentsEthoMunk+4
2013 May 14 Someone keeps wiping the cryptoparty.org homepage.5 CommentsEthoMunk+6
2013 Nov 27 Thwarting the NSA with Pron3 CommentsEthoMunk+3
2015 Feb 03 Would it be legal for Microsoft to make Windows come with a privacy policy you could only opt out of by not using Windows?14 CommentsEthosPathosLegos+8
2015 Apr 08 Received message from AT&T regarding Global plans out of the blue. Going to Mexico in 2 months.5 CommentsEthosPathosLegos+9
2015 Jun 16 [For the tech savvy] Check your apps1 CommentsEthosPathosLegos+2
2015 Jun 22 Is Surespot The Latest Cryptowar Victim?0 CommentsEthosPathosLegos+10
2016 Jul 16 Email Privacy4 CommentsEthpaxia+1
2016 May 26 3 potential holes in WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption: the metadata, the money, and Facebook1 CommentsEuAlexa+6
2012 Aug 14 The Facebook camera that can recognise you every time you walk into a shop 1 CommentsEuroRaver1+6
2012 Aug 27 TPP: the Son of ACTA will oblige America and other countries to throw out privacy, free speech and due process for easier copyright enforcement0 CommentsEuroRaver1+125
2012 Aug 31 Google ups the ante in wallet wars - ID verification and driver's licences0 CommentsEuroRaver1+1
2012 Sep 06 Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales attacks government's 'snooper's charter' - says his website would encrypt all connections with Britain5 CommentsEuroRaver1+172
2012 Oct 08 The US Government Today Has More Data On The Average American Than The Stasi Did On East Germans 22 CommentsEuroRaver1+166
2012 Oct 11 Big Brother invades our classrooms 0 CommentsEuroRaver1+2
2013 May 27 Congress wants to keep your boss from asking for your Facebook password4 CommentsEuroRaver1+22
2013 Jun 01 Yahoo to Users: Let Us Read Your Emails or -- Goodbye!14 CommentsEuroRaver1+68
2013 Jun 03 Motorola shows off tattoo and swallowable password hardware0 CommentsEuroRaver1+3
2013 Sep 09 A Face in the Crowd: Say goodbye to anonymity [60 Minutes]0 CommentsEuroRaver1+2
2015 May 23 NSA bulk phone records collection to end despite USA Freedom Act fail0 CommentsEuroRaver1+15
2015 May 23 The Obama administration just effectively ended one of the NSA's most controversial programs0 CommentsEuroRaver1+6
2015 Feb 19 AT&T charges $29 for privacy. Time for others to do the same6 CommentsEvalynVandewalle+5
2015 Apr 08 Bell targeted ads plan slammed by privacy watchdog0 CommentsEvalynVandewalle+5
2014 Dec 18 Facebook found my university email18 CommentsEvaus+57
2016 Oct 07 Script or program to delete downvotes/upvotes on own account?2 CommentsEvelyn_de_Rothschild+3
2013 May 23 "Naked Citizens" a 2013 documentary about the worldwide security theater6 CommentsEvenfa11+32
2013 Dec 11 Looking for a semi private email service (I know nothing is private till darkmail is out) with a Built in VPN.1 CommentsEvenstar22+2
2015 Oct 27 My Browser Plugin Details are visible even with plugins.enumerable_names; set to blank?4 CommentsEverydayGuy1+15
2015 Oct 28 TCP/IP stack OS Fingerprinting giving away OS even with agent spoofer?4 CommentsEverydayGuy1+13
2015 Oct 29 Fingerprinting avoiding is dead now, what we can do?8 CommentsEverydayGuy1+13
2015 Oct 29 The most widely used User Agent?2 CommentsEverydayGuy1+6
2015 Nov 02 Firefox addon to use different IP on a browser level.5 CommentsEverydayGuy1+0
2015 Nov 20 Google regional search now has my OS in the query?!?!1 CommentsEverydayGuy1+4
2014 Jan 04 SecOps failure: GPG+Gmail on OSX Mavericks may store unencrypted drafts5 CommentsEvilSpocksGoatee+6
2015 May 20 Idea for anonymous filesharing network?8 CommentsEvil_Scruff+3
2016 May 24 The encryption for everyone with keybase.io0 CommentsEvild67+0
2014 Jun 28 Ordered laptop. How do I remove the US Govt's bugs?21 CommentsExaskryz+0
2015 Oct 06 What is the general consensus on Microsoft Office 365's "encrypted" emails?4 CommentsExcaliburZero+27
2015 Aug 07 For wifi, MS = "_optout" and Google = "_nomap". Does anyone know what is the correct syntax for co-existence?9 CommentsExculpatory+6
2016 Jul 19 Anonymity in public transit8 CommentsExecutor89+19
2014 Jan 09 Google just made it really easy for strangers to email you6 CommentsExoticCarMan+65
2016 Jun 24 NJ Transit keeps recordings of your conversations for a month, it says0 CommentsExpected_to_Pass+3
2016 Jul 22 Smartphones at Risk Under Draft EU Controls Over Surveillance Devices. "The European Union is considering putting further controls on so-called dual-use electronic products that can be used as weapons or used to track people and their data by the authorities - as happened during the Arab Spring."0 CommentsExpected_to_Pass+3
2015 Feb 28 Does anyone know of a good VPS host that provides a large amount of local storage?9 CommentsExploreAndTell+2
2016 Oct 10 What cell phone/operating system/apps hould I get in order to improve my privacy?9 CommentsExtreme_Photo+15
2016 Jun 05 I have a Facebook. How do I maximize my privacy?8 CommentsEyeOfSol+0
2016 May 23 Any way to use Google Alerts as RSS without a google account?0 CommentsF118DC0263+6
2016 Jul 06 Does the US Government have right to your information from social media platforms?2 CommentsFACuber+0
2015 Oct 30 Extracts passwords from a KeePass 2.x database, directly from memory (x-post r/netsec)0 CommentsFBEA00+2
2014 Apr 03 Google for Business Privacy Practices.1 CommentsFCWFCW+5
2012 Oct 23 A blogger claims he bought 1 million European, Canadian, US Facebook usernames and e-mail addresses online. 0 CommentsFINNPR+13
2015 Jul 23 Not sure where else to post this so I'll try here...3 CommentsFPSXpert+3
2014 Dec 03 Yet another advocate for DuckDuckGo - this time it's British Telecom8 CommentsFR314+62
2016 Aug 23 Communications Security Establishment Canada’s (CSEC) Work on Tor (x-post /r/tor)1 CommentsFadingBlitz+9
2016 Jul 04Software Privacy has never been this pretty1 CommentsFafablacksheep+2
2017 Jan 07 Best way to store data on the cloud?30 CommentsFahad78+2
2017 Jan 13 Open source android keyboard?10 CommentsFahad78+7
2013 Jan 08 You all may enjoy today's SMBC7 CommentsFailsTheTuringTest+153
2013 Apr 18 CISPA passes U.S. House 288-12720 CommentsFailsTheTuringTest+234
2013 Nov 05 Facebook Locked my account, claiming I had "malicious software" and needed to download their search extension, which can see all your browser history. This is my reply after doing so in a sandbox26 CommentsFairlyZ212+26
2015 Aug 20 A comprehensive list of Firefox privacy and security settings.1 CommentsFairyFuckFluff+20
2014 Mar 13 Why an online Bill of Rights is too good to be true0 CommentsFakePseudonym+0
2013 Jul 03 Finnish intelligence service wants more surveillance powers on the internet0 CommentsFalconWingsX+6
2015 Oct 04 In China, your credit score is now affected by your political opinions as detected by online surveillance, as well as the the political opinions of your friends53 CommentsFalkvinge+798
2016 May 11 Germany to abolish liability for operating open wi-fi access points12 CommentsFalkvinge+284
2016 Jun 26 Privacy is much more than an individual privilege: it is the collective ability for a society to evolve1 CommentsFalkvinge+7
2016 Jul 19 European Supreme Court says "Maybe" to pre-emptive mass surveillance of innocents: preliminary ruling issued Tuesday allows for data retention, but only for serious crimes and with safeguards0 CommentsFalkvinge+6
2016 Aug 02 How copyright is irreparably and fundamentally incompatible with privacy (and other rights)3 CommentsFalkvinge+36
2016 Aug 05 Study: people will risk getting shot in order to replace everyday safety with privacy3 CommentsFalkvinge+19
2016 Aug 09 You can't have Freedom of Speech without Privacy7 CommentsFalkvinge+33
2016 Sep 30 The US government can't protect its dirtiest laundry, so what makes anyone think a government is capable and willing to protect data about you?6 CommentsFalkvinge+143
2016 Oct 02 There’s exactly one way to prevent misuse of surveillance data: to never collect it in the first place70 CommentsFalkvinge+827
2014 Nov 05 Phone/Laptop Encryption, Google Play and Password Manager Questions5 CommentsFallen0+2
2016 Nov 09 For passwords and encrypted cloud backup, can I set these up working together: KeePass, Veracrypt, Dropbox? How does OwnCloud really work? I'm looking for simple, albeit relatively "really" secure, solutions.4 CommentsFamilyComputerKid+0
2015 May 29 Whiteout - easy to use, open source, end to end encryption email client1 CommentsFarkMcBark+1
2017 Jan 10 I heard that Windows 7 security updates since late 2016 got bundled with telemetry stuff, so you can't exclude the telemetry without exposing security flaws. Does that mean Windows 7 is now just as bad as Windows 10?12 CommentsFartingLikeFlowers+8
2015 Mar 12 everyone should keep in mind that snowden could be a false flag to hide the true capability of the NSA.5 CommentsFascistBukakeInfidel+0
2015 Mar 18 WE NEED TO ACT NOW by aggressively implementing strategies to frustrate the efforts of the NSA, GCHQ, FSB, etc to turn the world into a bunch of Orwellian spy states. Please add your ideas to this post.130 CommentsFascistBukakeInfidel+183
2015 Mar 19 CMV: Metadata can be just as or even more revealing than content.1 CommentsFascistBukakeInfidel+1
2015 Mar 28 ar.voicefive surveys?0 CommentsFatalWarthog+1
2013 Aug 22 Secret Court Castigated N.S.A. on Surveillance0 CommentsFatherOf2+41
2014 Apr 07 Privacy and Cloud Computing in Public Schools1 CommentsFatlogicSurvivor+2
2012 Oct 17 Tracking down location from a single picture: How a man won an ultrabook2 CommentsFeebleOldMan+13
2015 Feb 17 Kaspersky Labs has uncovered a malware publisher that is pervasive, persistent, and seems to be the US Government. They infect hard drive firmware, USB thumb drive firmware, and can intercept encryption keys used. (x/post from /r/news)63 CommentsFeebleOldMan+561
2016 Dec 24 [reddit change] Adding more UTM tags to links • /r/changelog7 CommentsFeebleOldMan+2
2015 Mar 01 Drones vs. The 4th Amendment: Who'll Come out on Top?6 CommentsFeedweb+2
2016 Dec 28 Young tech professional searching for more privacy2 CommentsFenndor+5
2016 May 18 Are Dropbox, Microsoft and Google as bad, as portrayed?8 CommentsFeral_Heart+4
2016 May 21 [Cloud Company] As what we heard lately, a startup should avoid Dropbox, GDrive, OneDrive and other Cloud Platforms? Are they safe?5 CommentsFeral_Heart+7
2016 Jun 18 Google, Dropbox and Microsoft threatening the privacy and the personal rights?9 CommentsFeral_Heart+0
2016 Aug 16 Are google's and dropbox's products attacks our privacy?0 CommentsFeral_Heart+1
2013 Jun 08 SMBC on government schemes to protect the citizenry0 CommentsFermain+2
2015 Jan 26 Secret ‘BADASS’ Intelligence Program Spied on Smartphones1 CommentsFetusExecutioner+21
2016 Mar 11 PSA: In case you didn't already know, Wire is a fully-encrypted super-skype, created by 50 engineers and led by a Skype cofounder.25 CommentsFhyrestar+9
2017 Jan 01 How mastering global privacy laws will make enterprises more competitive0 CommentsFiddle-sticks_+18
2012 Apr 15 How to make VPNs even more secure.3 CommentsFiddlingCactus+25
2015 Jul 27 I feel like my internet has been monitored by someone?5 CommentsFieldEffectResistor+0
2014 Aug 01 Fire and Prosecute John Brennan - White House Petition0 CommentsFierceUrgency+0
2015 Jun 18 A few questions on how to get rid of googleapis.com3 CommentsFifthWheels+5
2016 Dec 09 How do you leverage new technology like Google Home while trying to protect your privacy?3 CommentsFiftyBands+7
2015 Jun 18 OPM Blames Legacy IT Systems in Contentious Hearing1 CommentsFigaro2020+5
2015 Sep 09 Microsoft case: DoJ says it can demand every email from any US-based provider36 CommentsFigaro2020+167
2016 Jul 13 Senator Al Franken demands Pokémon Go release privacy information5 CommentsFigaro2020+24
2016 Sep 12 Internet users make weaker passwords when government surveillance is on their minds.2 CommentsFigaro2020+9
2016 Sep 16 Vibrator Gets Too Intimate By Tracking Usage Info, Suit Says0 CommentsFigaro2020+7
2016 Sep 16 Woman sues parents for sharing embarrassing childhood photos on Facebook3 CommentsFigaro2020+30
2016 Nov 11 WTF is /r/pizzagate/ i clicked a link and I am freaking out4 CommentsFileEditViewSearch+0
2013 Aug 11 Drones used in Idaho4 CommentsFilterVictim+19
2014 Jan 27 David Drummond on revelations that the NSA hacked Google data: "I was shocked, surprised and outraged" [ I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!]0 CommentsFilterVictim+8
2013 Oct 11 Should I abandon windows?30 CommentsFilthkid+23
2015 Sep 18 Watch bitcoiners track Homeland security--oh the irony...0 CommentsFinCentrixCircles+5
2015 Apr 16 Regarding Good Enterprise Email2 CommentsFingerMagnet+1
2011 Apr 05 don't take it personally, babe, it just ain't your story; a full length visual novel about the erosion of privacy, gay drama, young sexuality, and the perils of modern online life for a high school literature class.3 CommentsFiohnel+1
2015 Sep 27 Android privacy browser9 CommentsFireFox_Android_App+17
2013 Jan 03 Jones Retrial Exposes Weaknesses of Locational Privacy Argument0 CommentsFireant322+1
2013 Nov 09 Motorola on authentication: We're talking tattoos and pills3 CommentsFiredraik+10
2016 Aug 09 [QUESTION] I've received password reset emails from two different websites in the last few hours. Can anyone advise me on wether this is something to worry about, and how to proceed?4 CommentsFirstprime+5
2016 Nov 29 Is anyone here knowledgable about Hotmail/Windows Live account security? I've recently had my Hotmail password compromised and some outside activity on my acocunt, and I would really appreciate some information.3 CommentsFirstprime+2
2014 Jun 28 Entrepreneur sells Reddit Datamining tool0 CommentsFishyFlooty+6
2015 Dec 10 Elderly adults (+60) who are targeted for fraud are 34% more likely to lose money than respondents in their 40’s.0 CommentsFitandFabulous+9
2010 Jun 19 Hopeful Signs in Supreme Court's New Text Messaging Privacy Decision, City of Ontario v. Quon0 CommentsFlailFail+5
2014 Aug 28 Firefox OS app permissions will give users more privacy than Android7 CommentsFlashematics+40
2013 Nov 20 Police in uniform stopping people for a "voluntary" medical specimen donation0 CommentsFlelk+10
2013 Nov 20 Judge: “NSA exceeded the scope of authorized acquisition continuously”3 CommentsFlelk+233
2014 Apr 23 Mayor Gets Police To Raid The Home Of Someone Who Made Fun Of Him On Twitter (x-post /r/offbeat)57 CommentsFlelk+249
2014 May 07 Cops Must Swear Silence to Access License Plate Tracking System1 CommentsFlelk+39
2014 May 18 Here is where you can file a formal public comment on Net Neutrality regulations with the FCC.0 CommentsFlelk+11
2015 Nov 13 Gmail will soon warn users when emails arrive over an unencrypted connection6 CommentsFlelk+69
2012 May 29 Facebook photo of a pile of cash leads to home invasion4 CommentsFlexgrow+25
2012 Jun 27 Police monitor Facebook, YouTube to halt underage drinking2 CommentsFlexgrow+18
2012 Aug 10 Virginia farmer threatened with $5K fine for hosting child’s birthday party (initiated from photos found on Facebook page)6 CommentsFlexgrow+11
2012 Aug 14 'Black box' standards coming for cars17 CommentsFlexgrow+15
2012 Aug 17 Palm Beach County school district looking into using fingerprint tech to keep better track of kids on buses1 CommentsFlexgrow+6
2012 Aug 19 Auto Insurance Driver Tracking Hits Privacy Wall in California1 CommentsFlexgrow+12
2012 Aug 23 California Senate Passes Social Privacy Bill0 CommentsFlexgrow+18
2012 Aug 23 British Airways Googles Passengers: Friendlier Flights or Invasion of Privacy?0 CommentsFlexgrow+2
2012 Aug 23 Want security, privacy? Turn off that smartphone, tablet GPS0 CommentsFlexgrow+0
2012 Aug 24 'We Know Your House' Posts (Google Street View) Photos Of Your Home To Expose Twitter Privacy Risks0 CommentsFlexgrow+6
2012 Aug 31 Students in San Antonio Fight Implementation of ID Tracking Badge 0 CommentsFlexgrow+12
2012 Aug 31 Massive Leak: Project HellFire Hackers Dump 1 Million Accounts from 100 Sites0 CommentsFlexgrow+3
2012 Sep 28 Discovery 11 Panel : Smart Grid Security & Privacy (1:02:44)0 CommentsFlexgrow+3
2012 Oct 01 Sheriff wants doctors to have patients sign away rights0 CommentsFlexgrow+15
2012 Oct 01 The Emergence of Connected-TV Advertising [49:09] (How data collection from SmartTv is viewed from an advertising standpoint)0 CommentsFlexgrow+3
2012 Oct 11 Confidential information of nearly 300,000 students stolen from a Florida college’s computer system0 CommentsFlexgrow+8
2012 Nov 27 Storing Auto Data on 'the Cloud.' 1 CommentsFlexgrow+4
2012 Dec 01 Minnesota developing GPS-based vehicle tracking system intended to introduce a Mileage Based User Fee (MBUF)36 CommentsFlexgrow+51
2012 Dec 28 Every child visiting emergency rooms and after hours consult with physician to be logged in national database (UK)2 CommentsFlexgrow+8
2013 Jan 02 Newspaper can’t have more gun permit data, county says, after publishing names, addresses outraged community18 CommentsFlexgrow+72
2013 Mar 06 Web-connected cars bring privacy concerns0 CommentsFlexgrow+8
2014 Feb 14 Portland police initiated program tracking bar patrons8 CommentsFlexgrow+89
2014 Mar 02 Will Streetlamps Become Information Hubs for Cities?1 CommentsFlexgrow+12
2014 Mar 04 Virginia House bill seeks to limit police use of cell phone spying device0 CommentsFlexgrow+9
2014 Mar 10 Milwaukee to add more surveillance cameras to business districts1 CommentsFlexgrow+6
2014 Mar 11 How big data will haunt you forever: your high school transcript0 CommentsFlexgrow+12
2014 Mar 12 Android Users Proceed With Privacy Case Against Google0 CommentsFlexgrow+9
2014 Mar 12 Privacy concerns raised in creating federal student record database1 CommentsFlexgrow+10
2014 Mar 13 Google Under Fire for Data-Mining Student Email Messages0 CommentsFlexgrow+3
2014 Mar 23 The debate over medical monitoring0 CommentsFlexgrow+3
2014 Mar 24 E-ZPass Tracks Motorists Outside of Toll Booths17 CommentsFlexgrow+90
2013 Nov 14 Servers in international waters8 CommentsFloatingMesh+2
2013 Aug 23 I recently switched from Windows Phone to android. This really freaks me out.6 CommentsFloraMurus+14
2016 Aug 15 Thoughts about Endware a FOSS privacy tool suite ?0 CommentsFloyddit+2
2013 Oct 14 No reasonable expectation of privacy0 CommentsFluffinup+21
2015 Oct 16 Former ID Theif reveals tips for potential victims0 CommentsFluxForLife+12
2012 Apr 12 BitTorrent users: be warned...3 CommentsFluxMiller+13
2016 May 05 Have things really changed since Aaron Swartz's death?5 CommentsFlyPhoenix+4
2016 May 17 Deleted my Facebook, the reaction I got !27 CommentsFlyPhoenix+29
2012 Apr 17 I work for a company that supports CISPA. I've never been morally conflicted at my workplace before. What should I do?7 CommentsFlyierHandout+30
2016 Feb 26 How to block websites from viewing personal information?2 CommentsFlynnst0ne+8
2014 Mar 10 Nothing to Hide: an anti-stealth game. $4000 needed in last two days of campaign!1 CommentsFoggalong+0
2015 Oct 15 Whatsapp refusing to support people with rooted devices.1 CommentsFolanco+22
2013 Sep 06 NSA snooping/pressuring: What about Verisign or Thawte?3 CommentsFooBar1969+1
2013 Mar 24 What email provider do you use?22 CommentsForTheEnlightenment+22
2014 Mar 13 Replicant developers find and close Samsung Galaxy backdoor1 CommentsForeverAMoan+21
2013 Nov 30 Which VPN Services Take Your Anonymity Seriously? 2013 Edition13 CommentsForrestTrump+36
2014 Feb 10 I get tired of reading "This app can access your data across all websites", etc.6 CommentsForrestTrump+17
2014 Mar 03 Ghostery is good for blocking known scripts that track you, but what about unknown scripts and server side code that checks you out?3 CommentsForrestTrump+14
2014 Mar 13 Smartphones with Preloaded Surveillance Software Now Available in the U.S2 CommentsForrestTrump+11
2014 May 09 How can you conveniently change other details about your browser profile?18 CommentsForrestTrump+26
2014 Jul 03 How do you spoof more than just your user agent like system fonts, plugin information, etc?8 CommentsForrestTrump+3
2014 Jul 21 What would be a good way to prevent browser fingerprinting on mobile devices?0 CommentsForrestTrump+6
2014 Jul 28 Some information about Random Agent Spoofer0 CommentsForrestTrump+4
2014 Oct 19 Random Agent Spoofer - Can someone tell me what these options do and if they enhance privacy?6 CommentsForrestTrump+3
2014 Oct 24 IPhone 6 Feature Prevents Law Enforcement From Accessing Your Data0 CommentsForrestTrump+2
2016 Dec 17 Https-Everywhere needs a new permission... It can now read and access data across all websites.8 CommentsForrestTrump+43
2014 Apr 27 Is Google Search safe to use with a VPN?7 CommentsFortySixEtDeux+3
2015 Dec 28 Entire US voter registration record leaks (191 million)524 CommentsFoundTheStuff+3541
2016 Jan 04 More developments on voter database (191 million)5 CommentsFoundTheStuff+17
2016 Apr 22 Personal info of 93.4 million Mexicans exposed on Amazon Cloud0 CommentsFoundTheStuff+13
2016 Jun 28 Terrorism Blacklist: I have a copy. Should it be shared?234 CommentsFoundTheStuff+587
2016 Jun 30 Update on World-Check database leak26 CommentsFoundTheStuff+31
2016 Apr 14 "Smart" TVs2 CommentsFourFingeredMartian+1
2013 Jan 14 Banks seek NSA help amid attacks on their computer systems3 CommentsFoxTrotW+11
2013 Jan 24 Stanford Hospital Again - Info for 57,000 patients at risk after laptop stolen3 CommentsFoxTrotW+11
2013 May 01 Don't trust Apple, Verizon with your data, says EFF's privacy report18 CommentsFoxTrotW+192
2013 Oct 08 CMU Researchers Claim To Have Created Messaging App Even NSA Can’t Crack9 CommentsFoxTrotW+15
2012 Jul 30 Check out Foxygram: Free Secure Messaging and Vault App - No central Servers - AES 2560 CommentsFoxyFone+2
2013 Jul 06 Microsoft and Illinois State Police0 CommentsFraGGod+6
2013 Aug 13 Google: Gmail users "have no legitimate expectation of privacy"15 CommentsFraGGod+80
2015 May 21 Information on In-School Punishments for Out-of-School Speech?2 CommentsFrancis_Picklefield+1
2012 Apr 27Advice Achieving Net Anonymity2 CommentsFrank769+8
2016 Jul 27 VM doesn't secure your LAN.0 CommentsFrankTechy+0
2016 May 28 Human Resources emails Persona Info3 CommentsFrankieStardust+1
2015 May 16 We are looking for feedback/advice on our new service designed to circumvent journalist surveillance4 CommentsFreakyShot+9
2015 Aug 24 SCRYPTmail ?14 CommentsFreddyFredG+2
2015 Sep 11 WebRTC Privacy for Firefox.0 CommentsFreddyFredG+6
2016 Feb 20 Privacy Oriented Software For Online Recording.1 CommentsFreddyFredG+5
2016 Aug 10 fBlock extension for Facebook3 CommentsFreddyFredG+2
2014 May 16 hey Google, Could I pay 10$ a year for using Gmail instead of been spy one, tracked, retargeted, my private data been kept forever and resell , my emails scanned?2 CommentsFredlamb+0
2014 May 21 The search engine monopolist Google with over 90 percent market share in the European Union manipulates its search results. It promotes its own services and content and downgrades those of competitors, which may be more relevant to consumers’ queries.0 CommentsFredlamb+5
2014 May 31 Google is getting seriously evil ... I remember 10 years ago when it was my darling! The beautiful and smart kid that Google was has become a cold blood teenager monster #GoogleMonster8 CommentsFredlamb+8
2014 Jun 01 When Google had to publish a court ruling on his home page (Google.fr)3 CommentsFredlamb+2
2014 Jun 03 A petition from french newspaper to let Snowden live in France - (pour que la France accorde l'asile à l'ancien consultant de la NSA, Edward Snowden )1 CommentsFredlamb+7
2014 Jun 04 After Google, the NSA also joined the movement "Reset the net" against mass surveillance ...0 CommentsFredlamb+4
2014 Jun 05 Is Reset the Net a PR campaign for Google? Do you prefer Government mass surveillance (NSA) or Private mass surveillance (Google) ?3 CommentsFredlamb+15
2014 Jun 12 #resetthenet for stupid? Fight for the future hates NSA government mass surveillance but loves Google private mass surveillance #privacy #googlemonster11 CommentsFredlamb+1
2014 Jun 20 Linkedin Subject: Do you still track and collect my private data on your premium service?1 CommentsFredlamb+4
2014 Jul 12 Apple China denies location tracking claims: we’re ‘deeply committed to protecting the privacy of all our customers’0 CommentsFredlamb+2
2014 Jul 22 Webmaster: Is there a way to show social sharing button on a website without the tracking?2 CommentsFredlamb+2
2014 Jul 22 I love " Delete Forever" in Protonmail.ch6 CommentsFredlamb+4
2014 Sep 08 I am the webmaster or the owner of a website: what should I do to prevent my visitors to be tracked, target and retargeted by third party?12 CommentsFredlamb+14
2016 Dec 21 Cheap and good alternative to FastMail5 CommentsFreeDumpersky+0
2014 Feb 24 Blackphone First Privacy Based Smartphone Enters the Market - Roundup of Specs13 CommentsFreedomHacker+6
2014 May 02 Yahoo Ignoring Users Request for Privacy by Refusing Do Not Track3 CommentsFreedomHacker+7
2014 May 04 White House Calling for Transparency on Data Brokers1 CommentsFreedomHacker+7
2012 Feb 13 What They Know About You: Mobile Apps0 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+7
2012 Oct 24 The loyalty card misconception4 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+11
2012 Oct 27 Zillow now lists homes in foreclosure1 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+4
2014 Jun 08 Jimmy Wales Blasts Europe's "Right To Be Forgotten" Ruling As A "Terrible Danger"19 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+59
2014 Jun 15 Hiding from big data0 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+5
2015 Feb 04 Big Data ethics1 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+2
2015 Feb 20 Internet of Crappy Things0 CommentsFreshOutOfGeekistan+19
2017 Jan 22 Lavabit Reloaded... Is it legit?5 CommentsFreshlyMinted+7
2015 Oct 09 Internet Privacy in Australia ends next Tuesday.55 CommentsFrictionSaw+307
2015 Oct 09 Aussie PM defends use of non-government email service1 CommentsFrictionSaw+30
2015 Oct 11 How to recognize old school surveillance techniques5 CommentsFrictionSaw+44
2015 Oct 15 TPP Treaty: Intellectual Property Rights Chapter - 5 October 20150 CommentsFrictionSaw+19
2015 Oct 17 Tutanota, ProtonMail?17 CommentsFrictionSaw+17
2015 Oct 18 Private and secure email without encryption?4 CommentsFrictionSaw+4
2015 Oct 23 Old School methods for arranging secret meetings2 CommentsFrictionSaw+29
2016 Oct 08 We need a new CPU option15 CommentsFridaso+8
2016 Apr 22 F.B.I. Director Suggests Bill for iPhone Hacking Topped $1.3 Million0 CommentsFritzWold67+6
2016 Dec 13 Google now sharing some National Security Letters6 CommentsFrogCannon+19
2012 Jul 04advice A question about VPNs1 CommentsFuZzY_BuBbLeS+23
2016 Feb 29 Billboard company will be partnering with AT&T to track people's location to better serve ads3 CommentsFucanelli+74
2016 Apr 28 Man jailed indefinitely for refusing to decrypt hard drive24 CommentsFucanelli+85
2016 May 26 Encrypted backup of contacts and calendar (android)3 CommentsFucanelli+5
2016 Jul 17 Which is better for privacy android or ios31 CommentsFucanelli+6
2013 Dec 14 The NSA is Coming to Town4 CommentsFuckVettel+135
2015 Sep 09 Having a generic name IRL is pretty good from a privacy point of view16 CommentsFuckingWhoreBitch+10
2015 Jul 30 Private payments for e-commerce - a reality already?0 CommentsFugofugo+1
2015 Aug 28 The most private cryptocurrency gets updated. Apply for closed beta testing.3 CommentsFugofugo+0
2016 Feb 23 Thinking out loud... (Sociale media)3 CommentsFujikama+0
2016 Oct 26 When does it become too much?8 CommentsFujikama+1
2014 Apr 17 Obama's tithe3 CommentsFun2paint+0
2014 Dec 06 HTTPS Everywhere not working?2 CommentsFunctionPlastic+2
2013 Jul 12 Cancelling US accounts because of the NSA5 CommentsFunfarm+9
2013 Oct 03 Now that we know that the NSA and others have forced online service providers, among others, to insert backdoors into their services, we must assume that those backdoors will be found and exploited by others. Hence these services can not be considered safe anymore. Way to go, NSA.33 CommentsFunfarm+328
2013 Oct 18 https://pay.reddit.com/10 CommentsFunfarm+8
2014 Jan 29 Re the question if (or maybe more correctly, when) the NSA or the GCHQ themselves were to be "hacked".0 CommentsFunfarm+3
2014 Aug 01 Great privacy essay: Fourth Amendment Doctrine in the Era of Total Surveillance0 CommentsFunkyPoise+2
2014 Jan 28 Android IMSI Catcher Detector. It can detect fake base stations, and hopefully one day will allow you to avoid them too.1 CommentsFurah+3
2012 Jul 09 I work for a major research organization that took a government contract to carry out unethical research into Americans' attitudes on having their data collected.14 CommentsFutilelyFlailing+54
2012 Dec 26 New computer and security help.4 CommentsFuttBisting+1
2013 Oct 21 Spying then and now - Eben Moglen7 CommentsFutureSnowden+155
2013 Oct 22 Call Yourself A Hacker, Lose Your 4th Amendment Rights6 CommentsFutureSnowden+39
2013 Oct 22 NSA Tapped 1.8 Million Dutch Phone Numbers in One Month, Dutch Media Reports23 CommentsFutureSnowden+293
2013 Oct 29 If you think privacy is a right necessary for a free society, not a privilege of power, listen to Eben Moglen tomorrow: snowdenandthefuture.info2 CommentsFutureSnowden+7
2013 Nov 18 Schneier tells Washington NSA broke Internet’s security for everyone1 CommentsFutureSnowden+30
2012 Sep 19 Wal-Mart, Humana reward healthy food purchases | Reuters1 CommentsFuzzyRocket+5
2014 Jan 22 Total Information Awareness. This article from 2003 sounds like back story to Prism.1 CommentsFuzzyphilosopher+9
2012 Nov 20 Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants | Politics and Law - CNET News1 CommentsFyreEyedTiger+11
2016 Jul 28 Does/Did ccleaner ever record your delete logs?2 CommentsFzZzzZy+2
2015 Jul 01 Are there any fitness wearables that can be used without connecting to any external website, ie all data on either the device or my own pc?0 CommentsG-42+4
2016 Jun 23 Instead of a password manager, any reason why I couldn't just keep all my passwords in a draft email in an encrypted email service(tuta, proton, etc.)?1 CommentsG-42+1
2014 Oct 12 Edward Snowden's Privacy Tips: "Get Rid Of Dropbox," Avoid Facebook And Google79 CommentsG0nzalez+247
2014 Oct 20 Think Gmail, Dropbox in cahoots with the NSA? Here are some secure email and cloud storage alternatives2 CommentsG0nzalez+26
2015 Feb 24 It's not just Samsung TVs — lots of other gadgets are spying on you -- Fusion31 CommentsG3rby123+197
2015 Feb 24 The big deal about “big data”—your guide to what the heck it actually means0 CommentsG3rby123+1
2015 Feb 25 Gemalto says reports of its hack by the NSA and GCHQ were greatly exaggerated1 CommentsG3rby123+4
2015 Mar 16 Cops are freaked out that Congress may impose license plate reader limits43 CommentsG3rby123+372
2015 Mar 18 New York county sheriff must give up stingray records, judge orders14 CommentsG3rby123+312
2015 Mar 19 Filming cops from within a 25-foot radius could be illegal in Texas12 CommentsG3rby123+109
2016 Dec 23 Any flexible user/pass based secure messaging platform?11 CommentsGFiXak8+1
2015 Dec 30 Best KeePass Plugins?3 CommentsGGNDOGG+6
2016 Oct 31 Would using Signal on desktop compromise any security?12 CommentsGL7AeKTVcPnksA+3
2012 Aug 01 None of Your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ Photos are Really Private or Limited (Report)7 CommentsGMacf33+33
2016 Mar 06 Are gifs used to steal your passwords, invade your privacy or infuse malware?1 CommentsGMcarsBreakDown+1
2016 Feb 27 How can a person look 16 years older for privacy reasons?10 CommentsGMsucks+0
2012 Apr 13 Anyone know anything about FileWall?7 CommentsGODZiGGA+1
2016 Jun 01 Listen to what Google has recorded from you1 CommentsGSSD2016+53
2016 Aug 12 [Question] My College is rolling out a new "Aruba-controlled" secure wireless network. Does this affect my privacy on the network?6 CommentsGSlayerBrian+11
2016 May 09 Quick question about Android keyboards7 CommentsGZAPyramids+2
2016 Aug 31 Millions of Dropbox users are being advised to change their passwords2 CommentsGaiaStraits+45
2016 Aug 31 OSX/Keydnap malware spreads via signed Transmission2.92 dmg bittorrent application, steals the content of OS X’s keychain, and maintains a permanent backdoor.1 CommentsGaiaStraits+18
2011 Apr 22 Sen. Franken calls for investigation of iPhone spying0 CommentsGaiusPublius+4
2013 Aug 13 "Intelligence committee withheld key file before critical NSA vote, Amash claims"1 CommentsGaiusPublius+63
2014 Apr 29 The white house comments on heartbleed and the full-disclosure debate0 CommentsGalilyou+2
2012 Aug 02video My new favorite response to, "You have nothing to worry about if you have nothing to hide." Apparently, we ALL have something to hide.5 CommentsGallopingFish+8
2014 Oct 27 Question... what could a person calling me ~30 times a day and instantly hanging up be doing?18 CommentsGambizzle+22
2014 Oct 29 The right to be forgotten0 CommentsGambizzle+2
2014 Dec 10 PM - 'You're right to feel a bit paranoid'0 CommentsGambizzle+5
2015 May 04 Nauru Facebook ban came 'at request of Australian Government', refugee advocates say0 CommentsGambizzle+0
2016 Dec 29 Tinder, Facebook images of children putting them at risk, authorities warn3 CommentsGambizzle+3
2017 Jan 19 Assange: Manning Commutation Doesn’t Meet My Extradition Offer3 CommentsGambizzle+6
2015 Jan 22 Illinois Says Rule-Breaking Students Must Give Teachers Their Facebook Passwords2 CommentsGaming4JC+13
2015 Apr 01 HR1147 - Ron Paul: "[T]he national database required for the ID regime could easily expand to include information on gun ownership, medical records, political affiliation, and “virtually anything else at the stroke of a President's pen.”3 CommentsGaming4JC+9
2016 Jan 13 Brase warns of Dr. Big Brother - "It's one thing for a patient to share something with a doctor, Brase observes, but to have a federal program that explores the social and private lives of individuals outside the system is another issue entirely."0 CommentsGaming4JC+6
2013 Jul 15 Snowden emerges from airport hideout, seeks temporary asylum in Russia0 CommentsGamingGollum+16
2015 Oct 24 Masterpassword app is a secure way?1 CommentsGamix84+1
2015 Nov 02 Ironkey vs Istorage?0 CommentsGamix84+2
2016 Jan 02 2016 Email Security Roadmap0 CommentsGamix84+16
2016 Jan 04 Anyone here use otr.to?3 CommentsGamix84+2
2016 Oct 10 So what is a good way to minimize my "metaData" to prying stooges in the govt8 CommentsGandalfLuvzDick+3
2016 Dec 06 Question regarding disk encryption?3 CommentsGanymede-NZ+2
2016 Jun 11 Do airports check data inside hard drives? What about encrypted data?11 CommentsGarfieldWegman+4
2014 Jul 27 List of countries that collaborate with GCHQ/NSA?13 CommentsGarlicSausage+35
2014 Sep 15 Suitable alternative for what's app?1 CommentsGarlicSausage+1
2014 Dec 24 Who are AFSC and SSPAC?0 CommentsGarlicSausage+2
2015 Apr 26 Where do you host your websites?3 CommentsGarlicSausage+4
2016 Aug 17 How Tor Users Got Caught Part 2 De-anonymization & Human Error1 CommentsGarrettFogerlie+8
2015 Nov 19 Why use fake online identity?2 CommentsGarry928+1
2016 Dec 29 33C3: Corporate surveillance, digital tracking, big data & privacy0 CommentsGashGazoo+10
2016 Apr 06 Does Android OS constantly send requests to Google to learn behavior?