In 2016 Bezos Said the Echo Was Harder to Hack Than Phones — Do His Reported Sexts Prove It?

IRS Wants to Use Facebook and Other Social Media Platforms to Track Down Tax Cheaters

Ben Rhodes: The Government Can’t Control People’s Facebook Feeds and That Worries Me

Donald Trump Signs Controversial Internet Privacy Bill

Google’s Messaging App Can Let Your Friends See Your Search History

Undercovered: Facial Recognition and the Future of Privacy

None of The Five Hosts See a Privacy Issue With U.S. Intelligence Mining Twitter

Police Protect the Innocence of Stolen Sheep by Blurring Their Faces in Photo

The Hulk Hogan v. Gawker Sex Tape Trial is Getting Underway Right Now

Big Brother is Hiring: Employers Gain Access to Staff Health Info Through Big Data Companies

Cops Who Ate Marijuana Edibles, Made Fun of Amputee Claim Video Invades Their Privacy

Court: Illegal for NSA to Collect Your Private Information for No Reason

Glenn Greenwald and Snowden: ‘Nobody Should Use Facebook’

House Passes Cybersecurity Law, GOP Rep Invokes Boston Bombing To Push For Passage

Twitter Apologizes For Encouraging NBC To File Complaint Against British Journalist’s Account

British Journalist On CNN: Twitter Took Down My Account Because Of ‘Commercial Relationship’ With NBC

Judge Napolitano Schools Brian Kilmeade On Government Spying: Obama Administration ‘Does Not Respect Privacy’

SOPA Part II Or Not? Congress Taking Up Controversial New Cybersecurity Bill

James O’Keefe Defends His Work: In Business, ‘You Simply Don’t Have An Expectation Of Privacy’

Government Proposes Expansion Of Intelligence Gathering To Social Media

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