Data Protection for Species at Risk

For those interested in researching habits of aquatic life, following aviary migration or getting further insight into land animal movement patterns, now's an excellent time to be a part of the field. With current technology including geolocation trackers, drones and satellite surveillance, we can collect more information on the world around us than ever before. […]

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Concerned About Your ISP Privacy in the United States?

The Federal Communications Commission’s stance on privacy is changing: on March 28th, with a 215-205 vote the order passed through congress, and is now expecting to be signed and stamped by President Donald Trump to do away with the laws previously passed last October. The privacy laws, approved of by the previous Obama administration but […]

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Geolocation Data Tracking: What Are the Privacy Risks?

Your phone, car, and numerous other connected devices are tracking you; what's the harm? Once a luxury and now a connected default, we live in a world where business and government can know where we are at any given time and where we've been; so long as we're allowing that data to be collected and […]

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  • "Of course, the reason almost nobody knows how to check up on their privacy in the first place is at least in part thanks to Facebook’s convoluted settings pages of redundant menus and confusing language." ,
  • My murderer is Can’t say I didn’t see that coming.
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  • Going over articles on the Biostar 2 biometric data leak. One thing not covered in detail, but I expect to see more of with future hacks (because yes, there will be more, there will always be more) will be the costs to business customers.,
  • Perfect case of how removing personal identifiers alone won’t erase privacy concerns. ,

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