Privacy and Politics: Government Use of Your Information

It has been a hot summer for 2017 so far, and I’m not talking weather. On June 28th, privacy specialists and political commenters were shocked to discover Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and vice chair of the new Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity requested each of the 50 American States of the U.S. […]

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Bon Voyage: Protecting Your Data Privacy When Traveling Abroad

Sweet summer days are finally here. Depending on where and how you work, this might be a time for family vacations and relaxing by the sea, or getting up at the crack of dawn and giving thanks to the inventor of air conditioning! As the tourism and aerospace industries can attest, summer is peak travel […]

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7 Vendors That Take on Credit Card Risk so Your Business Doesn’t Have To

  No matter what product or service you provide, cash in exchange for goods, time and expertise is a fundamental for every company's survival. As a rule, the easier you make it for your customers to pay, the better, and with Visa and MasterCard as the preferred payment method of customers online, accepting credit cards […]

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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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