You just think you own the device you paid for.
The FBI seems to think we should all be OK with this.
Leaves “no trace on the wireless provider’s network” or on your device.
Or any other connected devices? And who controls them?
It sends users’ personal private data to corporate data gatherers.
To better serve advertisers, it silently modifies users’ web traffic on its network so that other sites can assemble a deep, permanent profile of its users.
Law enforcement is ablaze with indignation about Apple’s encryption decision. Google’s decision added fuel to the fire.
How a mistake in an industry built on the acquisition and selling of personal information can hurt people.
By Adi Kamdar: Stephen Colbert, host of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, lampoons Amazon’s absurd new patent on photography in front of a white background (brief video).
Russia has escalated its use of its Internet censorship law to target news sites, bloggers, and politicians under the slimmest excuse of preventing unauthorized protests and enforcing house arrest regulations.