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Yahoo and Google join forces to create a secure e-mail system
Google takes down sex offender by going through his personal e-mail
Facebook faces class action lawsuit in Austria over privacy
Microsoft has lost a battle for data privacy with US courts, but the fight is not over
Russia to Apple: Give us your source code
FBI redacts entire drone privacy assessment
Russian parliament approves law requiring all internet companies to store data within the country
Microsoft hits back against government surveillance, highlights commitment to privacy
UK to escalate emergency phone and internet data storage law
Goldman Sachs asks Google to delete an accidentally sent email
Security consultant condemns hotel booking site for "appalling" data leak
Blackphone, the Android handset focused on privacy, begins shipping to buyers
US promises to pass legislation granting privacy rights to European citizens
300k servers still vulnerable to Heartbleed
US House passes an amendment which would remove funding from the NSA's backdoor searches
British nationals' web activity snooped on by government, even outside of UK
Microsoft is fighting a US warrant for customer data stored overseas
Gmail had a simple flaw that allowed anyone to obtain every email address
Despite half a million complaints, Facebook app now listens in on your surroundings
NSA harvests millions of images daily to build new facial recognition system
Google caves to EU 'right to be forgotten' ruling, adds submit form
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Iran bans Instagram over ‘privacy concerns'
Facebook launches its own Clippy: the 'Zuckasaurus' privacy assistant
EFF online privacy report names Snapchat and Amazon amongst worst offenders
Google: "we need more time to 'forget' people"
Microsoft: NSA and GCHQ are capable of monitoring 'secure' browsing using Tor
Google already receiving 'right to be forgotten' requests
European court establishes 'right to be forgotten' in Google case
EFF uses a Badger to protect your privacy
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US court orders Microsoft to release data stored offshore
European Court of Justice deems Data Retention Law invalid
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WhatsApp CEO defends company's privacy rules in wake of Facebook purchase
Australian Attorney General's new war on internet encryption and privacy
WhatsApp finally gets some privacy features, allows users to pay for friends
French government forces Google to post privacy warning on its site
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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
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