Don’t let telecoms write EU Net Neutrality rules: Leave a comment with BEREC to #SaveTheInternet

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EU Net Neutrality is facing its starkest challenge yet. The millions of netizens under the laws of the European Union are fighting for the very survival of net neutrality, and many don’t even know it. The Body of European Regulators …

Dear Chief Justice John Roberts, Search and Seizure: Does Innocence Matter?

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The United States Constitution’s 4th amendment supposedly protects us from illegal search and seizure. This constitutional right against illegal search and seizure has been tested time and again in the highest court in America. Chief Justice John Roberts, who was …

Can the previous owner of your security camera spy on you? Webcam privacy scare highlights Internet of Things security difficulties

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Over the weekend, the security community heard rumors about a potential issue with the NETGEAR Internet of Things wireless security camera. A user reported to the privacy subreddit that after returning the device and not uninstalling the app or deleting …

Vint Cerf imagines a self archiving internet – one that could lead to a more open future

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What would a self archiving internet look like? At the recent Decentralized Web Summit hosted by the Internet Archive, Vint Cerf, one of the computer scientists hailed as a founding father of the Internet, gave a thought provoking talk on …

Thanks to TeLeScope, TLS Communication With Your Virtual Servers Can Now Be Unencrypted

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Earlier this week, BitDefender demonstrated the TeLeScope technique, which allows an attacker to decrypt TLS communication between a target and a virtualized server. TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and is widely used. The TeLeScope technique is both operating system …