• Oct 18, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • News, Privacy, Security,

How to stop your mobile phone number and location from being sold

Smartphone users are becoming aware that their phone number and location isn’t private when they use the internet on their data plans thanks to the selling of your mobile advertising id (MAID). According to Wired’s Andy Greenberg, it only costs $1,000 to track someone online. When you visit a website on your smartphone, both the … Continue reading “How to stop your mobile phone number and location from being sold”

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  • Apr 26, 2017
  • Caleb Chen
  • Governments, News, Privacy,

Singapore High Court rules that telecoms don’t need to give up information on alleged downloaders

The High Court of Singapore has stopped copyright holders from obtaining personal information on alleged copyright infringers and pirates from Singaporean telecoms and internet service providers (ISP). SSLA, a Singaporean law firm, represented the copyright holders in seeking full names, home addresses, and national identification numbers associated with a list of IP addresses that they … Continue reading “Singapore High Court rules that telecoms don’t need to give up information on alleged downloaders”

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