• Jul 24, 2019
  • Caleb Chen
  • Cybersecurity, General Privacy News, Governments, Social Media, Surveillance,

New research confirms Kazakhstan is spying on connections to Facebook, Twitter, VK, Instagram, Youtube, Google, and more

Kazakhstan is actively spying on its citizens’ internet connections to Facebook, Twitter, VK, Instagram, Youtube, Google, along with many other sites. New research published by Ram Sundara Raman, Leonid Evdokimov, Eric Wustrow, Alex Halderman, and Roya Ensafi has identified 37 domains that are being targeted by Kazakhstan’s ongoing man-in-the-middle (MITM) internet attack. The group of … Continue reading “New research confirms Kazakhstan is spying on connections to Facebook, Twitter, VK, Instagram, Youtube, Google, and more”

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  • Jan 2, 2019
  • Summer Hirst
  • General Privacy News, Guides, Surveillance,

How to Know if You’re Being Tracked on the Internet

You just spoke to your family about how you need a new juicer. When you go online, you see ads for juicers everywhere. And you didn’t even search for a juicer online! Somehow, your conversations are being tracked to show you relevant ads. This is disturbing. You talk about a lot of things and you … Continue reading “How to Know if You’re Being Tracked on the Internet”

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  • Nov 30, 2018
  • Summer Hirst
  • General Privacy News, Guides, Surveillance,

How to Keep Your Smart TV from Spying On You

You might enjoy watching your smart TV, but what if your smart TV is watching you back? And it’s not just about tracking what you watch. Your TV might actually be listening to your conversations. Or maybe even watching you through its camera. That’s scary! The TV manufacturer might be getting your information and using … Continue reading “How to Keep Your Smart TV from Spying On You”

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  • Mar 16, 2012
  • rasengan
  • Cryptocurrency, General Privacy News, Surveillance,

Your ISP is Going to Spy on You Starting July 12, 2012

Your ISP is going to spy on you starting July 12, 2012. One year ago, the RIAA and the MPAA organized a project with the largest internet service providers in the US to begin monitoring their customer’s internet activity.  This monitoring was introduced as a joint coalition to combat piracy.  A list of providers that … Continue reading “Your ISP is Going to Spy on You Starting July 12, 2012”

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