This Simple Tool Will Help You See What Websites Know About You

This Simple Tool Will Help You See What Websites Know About You

JustGetMyData is a website that helps users navigate sites like Facebook and Twitter so they can download a copy of their data and see what, exactly, our favorite websites know about us.Retrieving a copy of your personal data can be a similarly complicated process, but JustGetMyData makes it a little easier.

Welcome to the Hotel California a.k.a Facebook

Welcome to the Hotel California a.k.a Facebook

This series, if I do it right, will end up convincing you that Facebook is the Hotel California made software, and help you start thinking about how do you escape somewhere that’s programmed to receive.See: Ways people have tried to kill Facebook.

$270 for 5G & 90hz screen smartphone: Honor X10's first impressions

$270 for 5G & 90hz screen smartphone: Honor X10's first impressions

But now the price of a 5G smartphone has dropped to less than 2,000 yuan (about 280 U.S. dollars) a piece, which is not dissimilar to that of mid-tier 4G devices.This trick, which has been applied to smartphones since mid-2018, sacrifices a bit of front-cam image quality for a notch-free front.

German EPP delegation want special treatment for app users

German EPP delegation want special treatment for app users

MEPs belonging to Germany’s CDU/CSU outfit have published a wish list for a European digital response to the corona pandemic, featuring recommendations for the lifting of quarantine restrictions for people who install contact tracing apps.

Consumer Reports warns IoT camera makers to improve their security

Consumer Reports warns IoT camera makers to improve their security

Consumer Reports has sent a letter to 25 manufacturers of IoT cameras with a call to improve their security.Consumer Reports warns the IoT camera manufacturers that its ratings will reflect whether it believes adequate steps have been taken to ensure the security and privacy of users is protected.

Our collective privacy problem is not your fault

Our collective privacy problem is not your fault

Yet even as it demonstrates location tracking’s invasiveness and describes shady corporate practices in appropriately critical terms, the first piece of the series often frames the problem of pervasive privacy violations as failures of individual foresight.

Accessories for the Paranoid uses fake data to stop your devices spying on you

Accessories for the Paranoid uses fake data to stop your devices spying on you

The second object is an add-on to the well-known Amazon Echo virtual assistant, which responds to the call of "Alexa".Having to listen at all times in order to detect the call of its name, the Alexa device observes, processes and collects data in the user's home whenever it is switched on.

GrapheneOS is an Android-based, security-hardened, open source operating system

GrapheneOS is an Android-based, security-hardened, open source operating system

It’s called GrapheneOS, and it comes from Daniel Micay, the former lead developer of another security-based Android fork called CopperheadOS. Since it’s an open source project, independent developers may be able to port the operating system to run on additional devices.

Facebook is partnering with a big UK newspaper to publish sponsored articles downplaying 'technofears' and praising the company

Facebook is partnering with a big UK newspaper to publish sponsored articles downplaying 'technofears' and praising the company

Facebook has partnered with The Daily Telegraph, a broadsheet British newspaper, to run a series of features about the company, Business Insider has found – including stories that defend it on hot-button issues it has been criticised over like terrorist content, online safety, cyberbullying, fake accounts, and hate speech.

This Spyware Data Leak Is So Bad We Can't Even Tell You About It

This Spyware Data Leak Is So Bad We Can't Even Tell You About It

A company that sells consumer-grade software that lets customers spy on other people’s calls, messages, and anything they do on their cell phones left more than 95,000 images and more than 25,000 audio recordings on a database exposed and publicly accessible to anyone on the internet.

New Release: Tor Browser 8.0.5

New Release: Tor Browser 8.0.5

This release features important security updates to Firefox. This new release updates Firefox to 60.5.0esr and Tor to the first stable release in the 0.3.5 series, 0.3.5.7. The full changelog since Tor Browser 8.0.4 is:

Data Privacy Week: Privacy in Public Spaces

Data Privacy Week: Privacy in Public Spaces

The case emerged from a series of Freedom of Information (FOI) requests submitted by PI to police forces across the UK to find out which ones among them had purchased IMSI catchers.

Zuck’s 2019 Challenge Is to Explain Why Facebook Is Good

Zuck’s 2019 Challenge Is to Explain Why Facebook Is Good

Yesterday, he announced his challenge for the coming year : My challenge for 2019 is to host a series of public discussions about the future of technology in society — the opportunities, the challenges, the hopes, and the anxieties.

New releases: Tor 0.3.5.7, 0.3.4.10, and 0.3.3.11

New releases: Tor 0.3.5.7, 0.3.4.10, and 0.3.3.11

The Tor 0.3.5 series includes several new features and performance improvements, including client authorization for v3 onion services, cleanups to bootstrap reporting, support for improved bandwidth- measurement tools, experimental support for NSS in place of OpenSSL, and much more.

Facebook is the least trusted tech company followed by Twitter, Amazon: Survey

Facebook is the least trusted tech company followed by Twitter, Amazon: Survey

According to a survey, which was conducted in December 2018 by research company Toluna, 40 percent of respondents said they trust Facebook the least with their personal information. Amazon also showed similar results as Twitter, a lack of trust from about eight percent of the people.

Free BIOS/Hardware That Support All Your Needs

Free BIOS/Hardware That Support All Your Needs

HVM: yes, but only with microcode updates which are non-free. when libreboot is installed, there is no microcode update applied by when do you think libreboot will fully support Qubes needs? libreboot can’t support qubes on x200/t400, due to

SAFE-Fleming: Our Next Major Milestone – safenetwork – Medium

SAFE-Fleming: Our Next Major Milestone – safenetwork – Medium

So as we approach SAFE-Fleming, we’ll be releasing code which in aggregate will solve many of the problems that remain unsolved for many of the other decentralised projects out there today — and creating a secure Network that solves the well-known problems of scalability and security.

Anon

Anon

In this animated musical, a girl builds a rocket ship and blasts off, hoping to meet a mythical moon goddess. Legendary animator Glen Keane directs. Created, written and directed by Ava DuVernay, this series exposes the breakdown of the U.S. criminal justice system during the Central Park Five case.

Spyware Company Exposed ‘281 Gigabytes’ of Children’s Photos Online

Spyware Company Exposed ‘281 Gigabytes’ of Children’s Photos Online

The hacker, who’s mainly known for having hacked spyware maker Retina-X, wiping its servers (twice), said he was able to find the key to the cloud servers of Family Orbit, a company that that markets itself as “the best parental control app to protect your kids.” The servers contained the photos intercepted by the spyware, according to the hacker.