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What would happen if the telephone company shared data with the credit card company?
After an awful start, Xbox One must redeem itself at E3
So This Is How It Begins: Guy Refuses to Stop Drone-Spying on Seattle Woman - Rebecca J. Rosen - The Atlantic
What is Personal Data and How Much Personal Data Exists? | MIT Technology Review
Secretive Spy Court Approved Nearly 2,000 Surveillance Requests in 2012 | Threat Level | Wired.com
Erasing History in the Internet Era - NYTimes.com
AT&T getting secret immunity from wiretapping laws for government surveillance | The Verge
Reddit murder confession: DON'T DO THAT.
Shodan: The Scariest Search Engine on the Internet
Big Data Could Cripple Facebook | TechCrunch
Who’s Afraid Of Google Glass? | TechCrunch
Walkthrough of Tor, Silk Road, and dark parts of Deep Web
Public vs Private: watching TV, eating, picking something up, the bathroom, the phone, cleaning up, the Internet, working, music, ...
13 Reasons Normal People Will Never Quit Facebook
Actual Facebook Graph Searches: “Current employees of Tesco who like horses” ...
No so sneaky, Mr. Sneaky
Zuckerberg's Law not true. Sharing does not double every year. People have sharing fatigue.
Japan's Philanderers Stay Faithful to Their 'Infidelity Phones' - WSJ.com
Julian Assange / Mark Zuckerberg.
The Supreme Court Must Draw a Firm Line on Police Searches - NYTimes.com
Senate votes to let the NSA keep spying on you without a warrant until 2017 | The Verge
California First to Endorse Comprehensive Social Media Privacy Law - ABC News
Randi Zuckerberg Family Facebook Photo
Kim Kardashian leaving Instagram over policy changes.
Insta-pun: "$1 billion dollars for Instagram? Must have used a rose-tinted filter when that deal was done."
Nurse’s Death Stirs Sharp Criticism of Royal Prank Call - NYTimes.com
Delta App Faces California Suit for PII Leakage
You have 7 days to vote on Facebook’s privacy changes starting now | VentureBeat
Microsoft patents spying on you with your TV's camera and fining you if there are too many people watching - Boing Boing
Silicon Valley Objects to Online Privacy Rule Proposals for Children - NYTimes.com
US Government: You Don't Own Your Cloud Data So We Can Access It At Any Time | Hacker News
The CIA de-blurs license plates from outer space. Now you can too, for free. | ExtremeTech
Amazon, DRM, and P.S. Amazon customer service always sucks
Unmasking Reddit's Violentacrez, The Biggest Troll on the Web
Surveillance tech is growing - WSJ
Can Facebook Possibly Build a Business Model That Isn't Inherently Creepy?
Facebook Surveillance of Former Romantic Partners
Facebook wants to know if your friends' names are real. Are you going to be the snitch?
Creepy ways advertisers find pregnant women on Facebook ...
Yay! The big 3 search engines come together to support HTML Microdata
What Restaurants Know About You
The Next Battle for Internet Freedom Could Be Over 3D Printing | TechCrunch
Facebook has a 100 Petabyte Hadoop cluster.
This is a bit fucked, Quora.
Is 'Liking' Something Free Speech?
BREAKING: David Pogue Has Lost His iPhone (UPDATE #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16—THEY GOT IT—Still Updating #17 #18
Skype makes chats and user data more available to police - The Washington Post
Colleges Awakening to the Opportunities of Data Mining - NYTimes.com
Facebook + Big Data = Social Engineering
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