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NSA privacy director defends agency's surveillance

The agency's first privacy director answers public questions on Tumblr read more »

Double-edged feedback sword nicks Microsoft over OneDrive

The double-edged sword of feedback has drawn some blood from Microsoft's Windows 10 and nicked the company's promise to listen to users. read more »

USB Armory is the Swiss army knife of security devices

A USB-stick computer built around a processor with strong security capabilities read more »

Priori digs deep to find the truth about mobile app stores

The company is a planning to lauch its app analytics platform next month read more »

Swedish ISP to let users shield Internet activity from police

A free VPN service from Bahnhof will keep web surfing and other online usage anonymous read more »

Microsoft's defense of OneDrive changes fails to silence critics

Microsoft's explanation of why it discarded an advanced feature in OneDrive on Windows 10 failed to curb angry users' criticism. read more »

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Anonymous In Depth

Privacy is the new killer app

Ello, Wiper, Anonabox and others prove that Apple, Facebook and the like can't rest on their laurels when it comes to security. read more »

Blowing the whistle without blowing your career

How techies can bring data mishandling and abuses to light without putting their careers in jeopardy. read more »

Government frameworks are failing SMEs

Over 50 percent of suppliers on government frameworks are SMEs but they gain just 10.5 percent of direct government spending read more »

Wearables: Are we handing more tools to Big Brother?

Fitness trackers and other wearables are all the rage, but privacy advocates warn that they come with the risk of a "privacy nightmare" read more »

The paranoid's survival guide, part 1: How to protect your personal data

Privacy is not dead yet... read more »

Westminster View: The government must address the problems with care.data, not just delay

Patient data needs to be genuinely anonymous and citizens should be able to opt out online read more »

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Anonymous Slideshows

Google Glass wearers - hot or not?

After a HP boss said that Google Glass wearers are unlikely to get a second date, we scoured Flickr for pictures to see if we could prove him wrong read more »

12 surprising ways personal technology betrays your privacy

It's not just your boss or the government that's spying on you, it's also the devices and technologies you embrace. read more »

The 10 most terrifying security nightmares revealed at the Black Hat and Def Con hacker conferences

Hacked planes. Unstoppable, utterly malicious flash drives. Hotel automation gone crazy. These are the 10 most terrifying security stories out of the premier hacker and security conferences in Las Vegas. read more »

Avoid a tech catastrophe and step away from the button

It's only a matter of time before all hell breaks loose when fiddling with switches and power cords read more »

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