Archive For The “Privacy” Category
Remember when white supremacist Craig Cobb found out that he was 14% black? Well as it turns out, there’s a possibility that those numbers could have been fudged with.
The ad claims Alabama individuals’ voting records are public.
He says it absolutely is not.
The state doesn’t even keep records of an individual’s political affiliation.
Many are worried of the impact their voting record could have on their businesses.
“If strong crypto is outlawed, only outlaws will have strong crypto,” she said.
Really good explanation of why it is smart to encrypt everything you store online in a ‘virtual/cloud drive’ at Google, Microsoft, or Amazon.
Huh…the First Amendment right to speak out also guaranteed nobody would know who said it….. right…..
The firm argued in its court filing that the release of the financial records would reveal the names of its clients and therefore violate its and their First Amendment rights to free speech and free association. It also claimed the subpoena, authorized by intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes, a California Republican, was too broad.
The court has deemed the agreement reached by Fusion and the House intelligence committee confidential and sealed.
And mankind still questions the presence an omniscient God in the universe….
“A quantum computer “can feel all the possibilities at once,” said Warner A. Miller, a physicist at Florida Atlantic University….”
Despite repeated inquiries from Congress, the NSA has yet to publicly disclose how many Americans are impacted by this surveillance.
The past few weeks have been particularly unpleasant for Jeff Bezos’ Amazon and The Washington Post, as news emerged that Amazon executive Roy Price was forced to resigne in the wake of sex abuse allegations. The claims added to reports of The Washington Post’s repressive policies towards the speech of their own writers. Despite all this, some legacy outlets publishedcalls for Bezos to replace Mike Pompeo as CIA Director, should Pompeo resign.
According to researchers, the communication over HTTPS is secure (but may not be 100 percent secure) and cannot be decrypted using the KRACK attack. So, you are advised to use a secure VPN service—which encrypts all your Internet traffic whether it’s HTTPS or HTTP.