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90000 patients affected by UW Medicine security breach - KOMO News

90000 patients affected by UW Medicine security breach - KOMO News | Application Security | Scoop.it
90000 patients affected by UW Medicine security breach
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The compromised patient data included names, phone numbers, addresses, medical record numbers and Social Security numbers, among other information.
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Courts grapple with technology, privacy rights - Tribune-Review

Courts grapple with technology, privacy rights - Tribune-Review | Application Security | Scoop.it
Courts grapple with technology, privacy rights Tribune-Review As police use technology to gather evidence, courts struggle to update the concept of privacy embodied in the Fourth Amendment guarantee that people be free of unreasonable searches and...
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President Obama, Its Time To Stop Invading Our Privacy

President Obama, Its Time To Stop Invading Our Privacy | Application Security | Scoop.it
President Obama, It’s Time To Stop Invading Our Privacy http://t.co/xPbNfSwNv8 via @TakePart
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Experts warn of app's hidden dangers

Experts warn of app's hidden dangers | Application Security | Scoop.it
Police have described it as ''the No.1 social media problem involving teenagers'', but most parents would barely have heard of messaging app Kik before last week.
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The NSA's org chart

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Here is the latest version of the National Security Agency\\\ (The NSA's Organizational Chart: Here is the latest version of the National Security Agency's unofficial org...
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LinkedIn Intro: Security, Privacy--You Name It, There's a Problem

LinkedIn Intro: Security, Privacy--You Name It, There's a Problem | Application Security | Scoop.it
Getting LinkedIn information on email contacts on your iPhone or iPad is a slick trick, but the price you could ultimately pay might be far too high.
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Lightbeam: Mozilla releases add-on that reveals online data tracking

Lightbeam: Mozilla releases add-on that reveals online data tracking | Application Security | Scoop.it
Mozilla: It's a "Wizard of Oz moment for the Web." ("@switch_d: Lightbeam: Mozilla releases add-on that reveals online data tracking | Ars Technica http://t.co/fI3OrbtEda" #privacy)...
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Keeping Your Arsenal Ready to Foil Hacking Attempts

It is important that you implement advanced firewall technology such as next generation firewall that will be inaccessible to any kind of malware. The hackers are always on the prowl to identify any vulnerability in a business’ security layers.

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Google privacy changes break Dutch data protection law, says regulator - The Guardian

Google privacy changes break Dutch data protection law, says regulator - The Guardian | Application Security | Scoop.it
The Guardian Google privacy changes break Dutch data protection law, says regulator The Guardian Google's practice of combining personal data from its many different online services violates Dutch data protection law, the country's privacy watchdog...
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US Border's Canadian Health Records Access Of 'Great Concern' To Privacy ... - Huffington Post Canada

US Border's Canadian Health Records Access Of 'Great Concern' To Privacy ... - Huffington Post Canada | Application Security | Scoop.it
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LG Says They'll Fix Their Snooping Broadband Televisions | DSLReports, ISP Information

LG Says They'll Fix Their Snooping Broadband Televisions | DSLReports, ISP Information | Application Security | Scoop.it
LG Says They'll Fix Their Snooping Broadband Televisions, broadband news, information and community (RT @APsalmanD: LG Says They'll Fix Their Snooping Broadband Televisions http://t.co/Y0LH3Ukzsj...
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GAO Study Shows No Evidence TSA Stops Terrorists, Privatize Airport Security | Weasel Zippers

GAO Study Shows No Evidence TSA Stops Terrorists, Privatize Airport Security | Weasel Zippers | Application Security | Scoop.it
GAO Study Shows No Evidence TSA Stops Terrorists, Privatize Airport Security http://t.co/LED7LBhPIC via @sharethis
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Why Are JavaScript Attacks So Dangerous?

Why Are JavaScript Attacks So Dangerous? | Application Security | Scoop.it
You've probably heard security articles talk about JavaScript being used to attack websites, but you might not know why it's quite so dangerous. This video helps explain.

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New CryptoLocker Threat - Beware of Ransomware! - Information Security Buzz

New CryptoLocker Threat - Beware of Ransomware! - Information Security Buzz | Application Security | Scoop.it
There is a threat circulating on the Internet that I hope you will never experience. It is called CryptoLocker, and it is a form of ransomware – malicious programs that, (New CryptoLocker Threat - Beware of Ransomware!
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Biggest data security threats come from inside, report says | PCWorld

Biggest data security threats come from inside, report says | PCWorld | Application Security | Scoop.it
While threats to data security and privacy are often perceived to come from the outside, all signs point to internal threats being just as dangerous, intentional or not, according to a new Forrester report.
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