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French government forces Google to post privacy warning on its site
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Digital rights group: Users face choice of "privacy or security on Android, but not both”
The FBI can turn on your webcam without you knowing
JPMorgan Chase data breach exposed half a million customers' data
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Dutch privacy regulator says Google's policies are 'forbidden by law'
LG says firmware update will halt data collection on Smart TV's
Google ordered to pay an additional $17m in fines for Safari snooping
Google ordered to hand over Street View data or face massive daily fines
Face scanning cameras installed at 450 UK Tesco petrol stations
Microsoft updates Xbox privacy policies ahead of Xbox One launch
Germany considering own Internet in light of Chancellor Merkel phone tapping
Apple denies claims that it can or will read users' iMessages
Google developing 'Mobile Meter' to track mobile usage and offer rewards
Facebook starts making profiles visible in search, removes option to opt-out
An ex-privacy advisor for Microsoft claims he no longer trusts the company
Google in lawsuit over a Gmail scanning scandal
Tor network vulnerable to NSA spying
Pinterest security flaw could have exposed millions of email addresses
NSA can monitor 75% of internet traffic
Lavabit founder: 'If you knew what I know about email, you might not use it'
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A decade's worth of security breaches, visualized
The FBI uses the microphone and camera on phones to spy on people
German Internet activists' furor over a possible “serious breach of privacy”
Study shows IE10 to have better privacy protection than rivals
Bitdefender: Free apps are the 'equivalent of [smartphone] spyware'
UK government gives ultimatum to Google to change privacy policies
France has their own PRISM-like spying network; does everyone?
Facebook exploit reveals six million identities
Who cares if the Xbox One is spying on you?
Microsoft: Xbox One owners are in control of Kinect privacy settings
Microsoft: Xbox One's Kinect to have privacy options
Microsoft sees all your HTTPS links in Skype, and you didn't know
High tech identity theft is less common than you think
German Federal Court decides Google auto-complete can violate privacy
Microsoft: Only 47 percent of people try to protect their privacy online
PSA: Whatsapp messages and contacts stored with mobile number
Microsoft launches new online privacy TV ad campaign
Apple keeps your conversations with Siri for two years
Twitter sued for $50M over protecting identity of anti-Semitic tweets
How Microsoft lets the Chinese government spy on its citizens via Skype
Facebook could soon track your every movement
Google has a solution to the password problem
Microsoft under the EU microscope again
PIPA creator launches, abandons, effort to expand email surveillance
Skype gives 16 year old's private info to security firm
US Government: All your cloud data are belong to us
Microsoft updates its Services Agreement prompting few privacy concerns
South Carolina decides that webmail isn't protected by privacy laws
HTTPS Everywhere 3.0 protects users on-line
Another SkyDrive account gets blocked, raising privacy concerns
California protects employees' social media accounts with new law
VoiceGrid Nation: Another nail in privacy's coffin?
Twitter surrenders Occupy protester's details to government
UK schools discover new level of creepiness with toilet cameras
Blizzard watermarks WoW screenshots with player info
BitTorrent downloaders' IP addresses logged within 3 hours
Russia develops Google free Android tablet
Infographic: You are not safe online
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