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Bitcoin is the internet’s version of money. These are pieces of unique digital money that can be transferred from one person to another. The coins are generated using an open-source computer program to solve complex math problems which is called mining. Each coin is defined by a public address and has its own fingerprint and … Continue reading Is Bitcoin too much of a privacy risk?
Changing your password every so often is simply not enough now to protect your privacy and online security. Advances in technology mean that unless you are using something like a VPN (virtual private network), then your personal information is no longer safe from people who want to see what you’re up to. Privacy is a … Continue reading Are you securing your online privacy with a VPN?
There has been a huge surge in Google searches about VPN’s, ever since the government announced plans to check ID’s for access to porn sites. The ban on instant access to well-known porn sites such as Pornhub has been slammed by campaigners who fear it’s a privacy nightmare. There are concerns that the age-verification system … Continue reading Govt delays plans for online porn block ‘privacy time-bomb’
A new device has been developed that can allegedly unlock and extract data from new hi-tech Smartphones and iPads. The new gizmo has been developed for the police and intelligent agencies by the Israeli forensic and data extraction firm Cellebright. It means that secretive agencies such as MI5 and the FBI will be able to … Continue reading Privacy threat from new phone hacking tool
The British intelligence agency MI5 been unlawfully retaining innocent people’s data for years. At a judicial review of the spy agency’s activities, lawyers for privacy watchdog group Liberty said that MI5 had acknowledged internally that data was being mishandled. The spy agency did not store data correctly and kept it for too long. The intelligence services have … Continue reading MI5 spy agency has been holding on to your personal data for years.
Microsoft has deleted a facial recognition training database with 10 million images of 100,000 people amid speculation that it could have allegedly breached GDPR laws. As privacy and ethical concerns continue to spiral with the increased use of facial recognition technology, the huge collection of images was pulled by the tech giant after an investigation … Continue reading Tech giant Microsoft deletes facial recognition database
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