Category: Net Neutr

What are some new cars that don’t implement tr…

Never thought I’d be asking this…but what new cars out there don’t have the capability to:

  • Track every place you go
  • Rely too heavily on computers which could lead to a potential hack down the road (no pun intended)

I always wanted a Tesla but after reading The Art of Invisibility I learned about their awful privacy and methods of tracking customers.

Am I forced to pickup an older car or are there new cars without the BS?

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Spyware RedShell discovered in PC games. [x-po…

Spyware RedShell discovered in PC games. [x-post from r/steam]:

Spyware RedShell discovered in PC games. [x-post from r/steam]

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Is there something like Ricochet messenger, bu…

Hey guys!

I was searching for a lightweight program to safely chat with my friends and stuff, and people said signal and wire and ring (all of which look a bit too corporate, with nice websites, meaning there is money somewhere). and then I heard about Tox, which sounds nice, and cryptocat, which works over some kind of server.. But the best concept that I heard is Ricochet, which works directly form one guy to another guy fully encrypted, over the Tor network. Public, but perfectly safe. Hidden in plain sight.

I was hoping for something like that. I just want something lightweight, where you just exchange codes, and you can chat securely with people.

I dunno, I don’t trust those high profile programs that have $$$ for an AAA website. but I dunno. Maybe signal is realyl the best because snowden advertises it. But theoretically, ricochjet sounded the best to me.

Could you educate me on this?

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Can anyone provide instruction on hosting your…

Preferably as privately and securely as possible.

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This is the week that the drone surveillance s…

This is the week that the drone surveillance state became real:

This is the week that the drone surveillance state became real

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Amazon Echo Look: Amazon has too many ways of …

Mike Murphy writes at Quartz:

Amazon’s Echo Look, a selfie-camera-meets-AI-fashion-assistant, is now available to anyone in the US to purchase.

Like all other Echo-branded products, the Look is powered by Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant, and can answer questions about the weather, news, and businesses, set alarms, and control smart-home devices. It can also judge the outfits you wear every day and suggest new ones to buy.

Amazon now owns and sells the following products that contain cameras:

Echo Show Echo Look Echo Spot Amazon Cloud Cam Ring Doorbells (acquired the company in February) Blink security cameras (acquired in December) Amazon Fire tablets 

This raises the question: Which global corporation offers the greatest risk to our privacy and freedom? Would the “prize” go to the company with the most “always on” eyes and ears in our private spaces or?

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Apple’s New Digital Student IDs Raise Question…

Apple’s New Digital Student IDs Raise Questions About Security:

Apple’s New Digital Student IDs Raise Questions About Security

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Amazon Echo Look: Amazon has too many ways of …

Amazon Echo Look: Amazon has too many ways of watching you now:

Amazon Echo Look: Amazon has too many ways of watching you now

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«I have to live at home, but my parents don’t …

«I have to live at home, but my parents don’t give me privacy»:

«I have to live at home, but my parents don’t give me privacy»

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