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February 26, 2015
2 Flashpoints in Obama’s Relationship With Silicon Valley
Under Obama's watch, the government, a famously technology-averse institution, became tech-friendly.
February 26, 2015
All That Free Software You Use? Here’s How You’re Paying For It
As a society, we've grown accustomed to free tech, like Facebook, Instagram, Gmail, etc. None of it's free, however, as these companies have ways of turning a profit.
February 23, 2015
Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Snowden’s Latest Release
Cyber security has been a major topic of concern within the government over the last year or so, but the latest release will bring privacy issues back to the top.
February 17, 2015
Welcome to the Orwellian Era, Brought to You by Samsung
Samsung issued a strange but alarming warning about its new SmartTV, leading to fears that a similar scenario to George Orwell's "1984" has finally materialized.
February 16, 2015
Obama’s Cybersecurity Summit Pits Privacy Needs Against Hacking Fears
And what steps are being taken to mitigate them?
February 06, 2015
Should America Be Worried About Police Drones?
Here's a closer look at the drone programs of three police departments and how lawmakers are trying to answer questions surrounding privacy and surveillance.
January 21, 2015
How Will Tech Companies Address Issues of Student Privacy?
Apple, Google, Microsoft, and other tech companies have pledged to protect student data privacy. But how will they act to keep students' information safe?
December 30, 2014
Facebook Lawsuit Shows How Outdated Our Privacy Laws Are
A lawsuit alleges that Facebook unlawfully intercepts messages to build user profiles for targeted advertising. But the laws governing our privacy are outdated.
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