Privacy & Security

FBI Gives Agents OK To Invade Privacy

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has recently approved the use of broader powers by approximately 14,000 agents involved in observing criminal and terrorist activities. These increased powers allow them greater freedom to search databases, rummage through household garbage and even deploy surveillance teams to spy on the daily lives of those who are unfortunate enough to have attracted Big Brother’s attention.

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Privacy & Security

New Zealand Pushes Controversial 3 Strikes Law

According to news released today by torrentfreak.com, New Zealand looks set to pass the controversial Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Bill for its second reading in just a few hours. The Bill originally passed its first reading in April 2010.

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Privacy & Security

The Right to Privacy

One of the most abused and least exercised of human rights is the right to privacy. This fundamental freedom is slowly being etched away by the constant encroachment from government and corporate entities, countless databases with personal information and questionable security, as well as our own unwillingness to take a stand against this abuse.

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Privacy & Security

The Importance of Privacy

A man sits down to dinner. He proceeds to discuss his work and his opinion of his colleagues. He moves on to reveal personal secrets he has gleaned from intimate conversations with these same coworkers. His wife is intrigued and urges him to continue.

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