Archive - September 2011

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Silk browser and your privacy
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Canadians asked to take a stand against online spying
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Newsflash: Facebook doesn’t like privacy

Silk browser and your privacy

Amazon just announced their new product: Kindle fire – a tablet that runs Android with a little touch from Amazon. What is interesting about this new tablet is the browser it comes with, called Silk. Amazon crafted this browser having in mind both speed of mobile browsing and battery life and how it does that,[…]

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Canadians asked to take a stand against online spying

Privacy in Canada is also at risk. The Government is trying to create a new set of laws that would permit the authorities to access private information of any Canadian, whenever, no warrant needed. Which means? Spying on email, messaging, IP and so on. This is more intrusive even more than the laws in the[…]

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Newsflash: Facebook doesn’t like privacy

Maybe you don’t know, but when you visit a website, that has Facebook widgets, even the Like button, Facebook already harvest information about you. No, you don’t have to click or to interact with the widget … it’s enough to visit a page with such an implementation and Facebook “see’s” you. So what did heise.de[…]

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