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iOS App Uses AI to Find, Protect Your Nudes

Artificial Intelligence is powering many of our favorite online tools, including the security solutions we surround ourselves with. Mixing up AI and privacy may be just the right thing to do in a world where our governments seem to be want to monitor everything we do online. 322 more words


UK spies using social media data for mass surveillance

Privacy rights group Privacy International says it has obtained evidence for the first time that UK spy agencies are collecting social media information on potentially millions of people. 821 more words



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Challenge to data transfer tool used by Facebook will go to Europe's top court

Facebook has bought itself a little more time over a major legal challenge in Europe after the Irish High Court decided not to strike down a b2b mechanism it uses to transfer user data between its EU and U.S. 1,201 more words


Cybersecurity for 'real people': useful resources

Thank you to everyone who joined us on Monday evening at BOM for our cybersecurity for ‘real people’ workshop. It was clear from the sizeable turnout and lively discussion that plenty of real people in Birmingham do care about online security, contrary to what the… 912 more words


Rand Hindi: Snowden Changed Public Perception on Encryption - Interview

A few days ago, on the morning of the first day of the ITBN conference in Budapest, I had the opportunity to have a chat with one of the speakers at the event – Dr. 2,642 more words


U.S. Department of Homeland Security to Begin Collecting Social Media Info on All Immigrants October 18th

This widespread government collection of social media information — without individual warrants — is a measure of authoritarianism, and it may cause other countries to increase their unjust collection policies too. 293 more words