“Our automated systems analyze your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features.”
Encryption keeps a web surfer’s data from being tampered with or seen by others and sends information to the correct recipients.
Tech companies and social media users are becoming more savvy about how privacy is handled.
According to its latest transparency report, LinkedIn received 75 requests associated with 110 accounts from July 2013 to December 2013.
The plaintiffs are accusing Google of violating federal and state anti-wiretapping law by scanning millions of students’ emails and building “surreptitious” profiles to target them with advertising.
Blackphone is a “journey built upon privacy, control and security wrapped in a high-end smartphone built by a team of cryptographers, security and mobile innovators.”
In addition to privacy considerations, there are concerns about the ubiquitousness of individuals recording the minutiae of everyday life to share on social media platforms.
Are millennials clueless when it comes to online privacy, or do they simply care less about privacy than previous generations?
Now the debate has reached the highest office in the land and President Obama delivered a speech about the current role of the government security apparatus and how widespread Internet surveillance programs should work in the future.
When dealing with the fallout of a cyber-bullying incident, Matt Shaw discovered that there was no real way to delete the content. In fact, he had no control of the content and it would live on the Facebook servers forever. So he created Memorease and Milestones for social media users who are tired of being the product.