Category Privacy

“What Is That Box?” — When The NSA Shows Up At Your Internet Company

The owner of a small Utah ISP recently refused to compromise customer privacy for NSA, warrantless wiretapping…

When people say the feds are monitoring what people are doing online, what does that mean? How does that work? When, and where, does it start?

Pete Ashdown, CEO of XMission, an internet service provider in Utah, knows. He received a Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) warrant in 2010 mandating he let the feds monitor one of his customers, through his facility...

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FBI renews broad Internet surveillance push | CNET News

According to The Telegraph, President Barack Obama faces 30 death threats each day.

Some threats to Mr Obama, whose Secret Service codename is Renegade, have been publicised, including an alleged plot by white supremacists in Tennessee late last year to rob a gun store, shoot 88 black people, decapitate another 14 and then assassinate the first black president in American history.

Most however, are kept under wraps because the Secret Service fears that revealing details of them would only increa...

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The truth about selling your Twitter name

Last night I was checking out sites that purport you can sell your Twitter name if you get permission from Twitter to do so. SNprosTwirth and Birdycash are three such sites that collect Twitter profile data once someone queries a Twitter @username with their onsite appraisal tool.

PeteMoose value

I took PeteMoose out for a test drive last night…

I took PeteMoose out for a test drive last night…He is is not worth much, but apparently you can get access to his true legal name, home address, teleph...

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