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Google+ kills off “real names” policy

Users can now make up whatever identity they please on the social network.

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US Marshals step in, thwart efforts to learn about cell tracking devices

After an ordinary stingray records request, the feds drive the files 320 miles.

How Florida cops went door to door with fake cell device to find one man Ars Technica, Stingrays, Cops, Cool Pictures, Police, Florida, The Florida, Law Enforcement

How Florida cops went door to door with fake cell device to find one man

Best picture yet of how police use "stingrays."

*Edward Snowden has defended his decision to appear on live Russian television, insisting his question to Vladimir Putin on mass surveillance was designed to. Edward Snowden, Gone Girl Trailer, Russian Television, Wladimir Putin, Right To Privacy, Internet Providers, Spiegel Online, Live Tv, The Guardian

On Russian TV, Snowden asks Putin about Moscow surveillance | CNN

Fugitive U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden asks Russian President Vladimir Putin about Moscow's surveillance practices.

At Feds’ request, GoGo in-flight Wi-Fi service added more spying capabilities Law Enforcement Agencies, Left Alone, Dark Side, Wi Fi, The Darkest, Hands

At Feds’ request, GoGo in-flight Wi-Fi service added more spying capabilities

GoGo hands over user data "if we believe… that such disclosure is necessary."

The National Security Agency has repeatedly stated that leaks by former contractor Edward Snowden about its surveillance programs have compromised national security and harmed American foreign policy – but Washington remains unwilling to say how. Edward Snowden, World Trade Center, Nsa Spying, Fort Meade, Service Secret, Spiegel Online, Cloud Computing, Willis Tower, Barack Obama

NSA Denies Knowing About Heartbleed Bug

The National Security Agency flatly refuted a report that it was aware about the Heartbleed computer glitch, one of the most significant security flaws in Internet history. "Reports that say otherwise are wrong,” NSA spokesperson Vanee' Vines told TIME

'I think we can expect 2016 to be the year of the FTC bringing native advertising cases,' one attorney said after the FTC released new guidelines. Federal Trade Commission, Buy Youtube Subscribers, Native Advertising, Digital Citizenship, Private Sector, Influencer Marketing, Kids Online, Investigations, Spelling

Feds accuse Jerk.com of scraping Facebook, cheating users | CNN Business

The FTC says Jerk.com website improperly harvested Facebook info from millions of users.

 There's no telling what a patch of electronics stuck to your body somewhere and connected wirelessly to a smartphone can do once app developers get involved. Cloud Server, Microsoft, Social Networks, Social Media, Google Plus, The Computer, Cloud Computing, Big Data, The Guardian

Snowden leaks erode trust in Internet companies, government

Users are scaling back Internet use out of fears of govt. surveillance, Harris survey finds

Why Homeland Stability Just Encouraged That You Uninstall QuickTime Appropriate Absent Microsoft Windows, Net Framework, Computer Security, Lead The Way, Computer Programming, New Technology, Homeland, Tecnologia

Microsoft defends its right to peek into your email 'in the most exceptional circumstances'

Microsoft will break into your Outlook, Hotmail and instant messenger accounts -- if it deems necessary.