Category: Net Neutralit

Is privacy reachable for the normal/average co…

Hello guys,

With all the accidents happened with privacy. For example the Facebook data leak incident. And now Microsoft that updates the privacy and user agreements. But for someone like me, that dont have technical knowledge of the computers. Like someone that says: ‘I know how to with my computer/laptop and that is all I need to know/what I have to know.’ And now I have surfed the internet for some days for solutions to get back my online privacy. But what is getting clear to me that there is action needed and changes if I want to get my privacy back. Is it possible to get my privacy back and dont sacrifice my safety? What do you guys advice or suggest to do? Or is it even possible to get it back?

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US wiretap operations encountering encryption …

US wiretap operations encountering encryption fell in 2015:

US wiretap operations encountering encryption fell in 2015

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Diceware Security – When you know the number o…

The Diceware wordlist has iirc 7776 combinations, so a five word passphrase has

7776*7776*7776*7776*7776 possible combinations. Each word gives you 12.9 bits of entropy, meaning a 5 character Diceware passphrase has a security roughly of 64.5 bits. Does that number change if an adversary specifically knows you are using a 5 word passphrase, instead of ½/¾. If this was the case, they wouldn’t need to waste time trying every 2 word, 3 word, 4 word combination, so how much does that reduce the security by?

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privacy laws in kc or mo that are relevant to …

privacy laws in kc or mo that are relevant to this stream?:

privacy laws in kc or mo that are relevant to this stream?

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Unsmiling Faces Help Prevent Identity Theft In…

Unsmiling Faces Help Prevent Identity Theft In Nova Scotia:

Unsmiling Faces Help Prevent Identity Theft In Nova Scotia

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New law would stop feds from demanding encrypt…

New law would stop feds from demanding encryption backdoor:

New law would stop feds from demanding encryption backdoor

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How to Restrict Android App Permissions – Make…

How to Restrict Android App Permissions – Make Tech Easier:

How to Restrict Android App Permissions – Make Tech Easier

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Radaris photos in Google Images from when I wa…

Hey guys, just asking for some advice. When I search for my full name in Google, images from when I was 14 or 15 come up from Google+. Google has since deleted these Google+ profiles at my request, but Radaris has cached this content and it’s still showing up in Google. I tried contacting Radaris to remove the images, and they replied detailing their deletion process, but the images aren’t associated with a specific person/profile on there, they’re just there. What do? They’re really shitty photos that might hurt my chances of employment if found, so I want them gone.

EDIT: To clarify, the photos aren’t compromising or anything, just embarrassing and juvenile. Therefore, Google won’t remove them either.

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