Cable Box Spying On You? Behavior-Detecting Devices Worry Privacy Advocates

Christopher Zara International Business Times News that Google Inc. may be developing a television set-top box with a motion sensor and video camera has rekindled the debate over technology that can record so-called ambient action. Should a TV-mounted box have… Continue Reading

7 Powerful Ways to Maintain Your Privacy and Integrity Online

Eliot Estep Activist Post The recent NSA leaks from whistleblower Ed Snowden have publicly confirmed that digital privacy does not exist. The federal government and intelligence agencies have direct server access to the world’s most popular sites and services including… Continue Reading

How Google, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo and AOL are all blatantly lying to their own users in denying NSA spy grid scheme

Mike Adams NaturalNews (NaturalNews) What do Google, AOL, Skype, Facebook, Apple, Hotmail and Yahoo all have in common? They have all been caught turning over private user data to the government’s spy agency, the NSA. All these companies routinely turn… Continue Reading

Apple Deluged by Police Demands to Decrypt iPhones

Declan McCullagh CNET Apple receives so many police demands to decrypt seized iPhones that it has created a “waiting list” to handle the deluge of requests, CNET has learned. Court documents show that federal agents were so stymied by the… Continue Reading

Beware the spy in the sky: After those Street View snoopers, Google and Apple use planes that can film you sunbathing in your back garden

By Vanessa Allen dailymail.co.uk Spy planes able to photograph sunbathers in their back gardens are being deployed by Google and Apple. The U.S. technology giants are racing to produce aerial maps so detailed they can show up objects just four… Continue Reading