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Following years of criticism, Google has announced that it's scrapping its requirement that anyone using Google+ uses their real name on the network. Read more...
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Selon des chercheurs de l'Université du Massachusetts, les Google Glass pourraient être utilisées pour voler des données personnelles à l'insu d'un utilisateur de smartphone ou de tablette.
Skype, ça craint... Avec ces histoires d'espionnage massif des communications révélées par Snowden, la collaboration avérée de la société rachetée par Microsoft avec la NSA, sans oublier l'abandon progressif du P2P pour un retour à la centralisation, Skype est une solution de vidéoconférence de moins en moins séduisante. Il existe des tonnes d'applications capables de …
EFF recently kicked off its second Tor Challenge, an initiative to strengthen the Tor network for online anonymity and improve one of the best free privacy tools in existence.
The NSA can use your iPhone against you, even if it's off. Here's how to make sure it absolutely, positively, is not being used against you. (The NSA could bug your phone even when it's off.
Over the past year, as the Snowden revelations have rolled out, the government and its apologists have developed a set of talking points about mass spying that the public has now heard over and over again.
Facebook déploie un nouveau bouton, "Ask", qui permet de demander à un utilisateur de demander des informations personnelles à un autre. Zoom sur les astuces des géants du Web pour vous stalker.
The recent PRISM scandal has validated both the general public's growing unease with federal law enforcement agencies, and many of the fringe element's accusations about Big Brother's online behavior.
Tweaking your Activity Log just became a necessary and tedious new part of being a Facebook user.
We posted last week about the Tor Challenge and why everyone should use Tor. Since we started our Tor Challenge two weeks ago we have signed up over 1000 new Tor relays. But it appears that there are still some popular misconceptions about Tor.
C'est la police fédérale qui nous apprend cette nouvelle, au hasard d'une lettre de communication interne.
Yet another big data post after yet another big data lecture I went to... It wasn't the first time that I heard someone (it wasn't the lecturer) mentioning 'our teenagers' (= grew up with smartphon...
Sur Facebook, il est possible de masquer totalement sa liste d'amis, mais elle peut quand même être retrouvée.
The Post-Snowden Surveillance World: Network Effects, Low Marginal Costs ...
You probably assume Google and Facebook know everything about you. You may not have heard of a group of companies who possibly know even more. They're called data brokers, and their business is collecting and selling personal data—typically without your knowledge or consent—that are used to verify identity, help marketers, detect fraud and help perform detailed "people searches." Most people...
You know the drill. Facebook's changing its privacy settings; it's time to make sure all your shit is locked down tight. We've all been through it like a million times. But the folks over at Us Vs Th3m turned it into a game.
The Guardian published a new batch of secret leaked FISA court and NSA documents yesterday, which detail the particulars of how government has been accessing Americans’ emails without a warrant, in violation of the Constitution.