Neatorama Posts Tagged "privacy"
'People You May Know:' A Controversial Facebook Feature's 10-Year History...

Facebook launched its feature called People You Ma...  ...ht want to be friends.“It’s a massive privacy fail,” the psychiatrist told me at the time...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/08/08/People-You-May-Know-A-Controversial-Facebook-Features-10-Year-History/
Alexa Recorded Conversation Unbidden, Shared It...

An Amazon Alexa home assistant recorded a conversa...  ...heard it too."I felt invaded," she said. "A total privacy invasion. Immediately I said, 'I'm never plugging...

https://www.neatorama.com/2018/05/25/Alexa-Recorded-Conversation-Unbidden-Shared-It/
Google Street View Protects Bovine Privacy

This scene was recorded by Google Street View in 2...  ...er about it because her face has been blurred for privacy . When this was pointed out, Google told NPR:"We t...

https://www.neatorama.com/2016/09/17/Google-Street-View-Protects-Bovine-Privacy/
Should All Locks Have Keys?...

You protect your physical world with locks -on you...  ...because a loose definition would threaten normal privacy . CGP Grey lays out the conundrum that those who u...

https://www.neatorama.com/2016/04/14/Should-All-Locks-Have-Keys/
Government Surveillance and the Third Amendment...

The Third Amendment to the US Constitution gets le...  ...that completely extinguished a family's sense of privacy and made them feel violated. Sound familiar?It&rs...  ...s that the US Constitution guarantees no right to privacy , but a broad interpretation of the Third Amendmen...  ...ndment might actually inc...

https://www.neatorama.com/2015/11/30/Government-Surveillance-and-the-Third-Amendment/
Librarians Versus the NSA...

The American Library Association listed privacy as one of its core values starting in 1939. Occas...  ...vists. But the war between government sleuths and privacy advocates at your library has ramped up exponenti...  ...quest tells us that more has been going on in the privacy w...

https://www.neatorama.com/2015/05/11/Librarians-Versus-the-NSA/
Computer Users Sign Over First-Born Child in Exchange for Free Wi-Fi...

Wait--did you read the terms and conditions before you clicked to agree to them? If you had, you might have spotted this passage:In using this service, you agree to relinquish your first born child to F-Secure, as and wh...

https://www.neatorama.com/2014/10/02/Computer-Users-Sign-over-First-Born-Child-in-Exchange-for-Free-Wi-Fi/
This Anti-Privacy Advocate Has Nothing to Hide. To Prove It, He Gave All of His Passwords to a Journalist.

(Photo: Noah Dyer)We live in an age in which our l...  ...recorded, compiled, and searchable. There's less privacy than there was a generation ago. Some people resp...  ...tic has a standard response:When someone debating privacy says, "but I don't have anything to hide," I am i...  ...ble to expose him to a wid...

https://www.neatorama.com/2014/08/30/This-Anti-Privacy-Advocate-Has-Nothing-to-Hide/
A Dress That Illustrates the Worst Possible Passwords...

Lorrie Cranor is a professor of computer science a...  ...ie Mellon University. She's an expert on computer privacy and security. To illustrate the importance of usi...

https://www.neatorama.com/2014/06/09/A-Dress-That-Illustrates-the-Worst-Possible-Passwords/
The Men Who Spy on Women Through Their Webcams...

If you ever laughed at someone who put a Post-it note over their webcam lens because you thought they were being paranoid, you might want to think about doing it yourself. You don't even need to be a skilled hacker to sp...

https://www.neatorama.com/2013/03/11/The-Men-Who-Spy-on-Women-Through-Their-Webcams/




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