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Busting Eight Common Excuses for NSA Mass Surveillance | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Busting Eight Common Excuses for NSA Mass Surveillance | Electronic Frontier Foundation “I have nothing to hide from the government, so why should I worry? “ Handy guide from the EFF

must read: NSA feature by The Guardian

Besides the fact that the presentation of this page is awesome, this article is an excellent overview of where we are with the NSA. NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden’s surveillance revelations explained

10 Steps to Not Getting Hacked

This is a great list of things, pretty similar to what I wrote about (and better written, as well) The complete guide to not being that idiot who got the company hacked – Quartz “Every week there are headlines about a company getting its email, website, Twitter accounts or something else hacked. The reason? In […]

Why Privacy Matters

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Adding a Little Bit of Security to your Computing Environment

Revelations about the NSA’s practices continue to be released, and each additional leak is more and more disturbing to me. It’s not disturbing to me in the sense that I have secrets that I need to hide from the government. Rather, I think it serves as a big wake up call about how a democracy […]

Stop Watching Us Rally

Billed by organizers as "the largest rally yet to protest mass surveillance", Stop Watching Us was sponsored by an unusually broad coalition of left- and right-wing groups, including everything from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Green Party, Color of Change and Daily Kos to the Libertarian Party, FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty. via […]

this is pretty intense

“If a company has significant intellectual property that the Chinese and Russians are interested in, and you go over there with mobile devices, your devices will get penetrated,” said Joel F. Brenner, formerly the top counterintelligence official in the office of the director of national intelligence. Traveling Light in a Time of Digital Thievery – […]