Bitcoinist_Encryption
Breaking News

Russian Policymakers Set To Deal Another Blow To Encryption

It if were up to Russian policymakers, Internet controls will become even more strict in the country moving forward. Labeled as an anti-terrorism campaign, there are plans to increase...

Jp Buntinx | Jun 27, 2016 | 04:41
Bitcoinist_Apple
Breaking News

Apple Plans To Introduce Differential Privacy Very Soon

Apple is taking an unusual stance on privacy. The company has no plans to collaborate with law enforcement on decrypting their own devices, though. Instead, the technology giant will...

Jp Buntinx | Jun 15, 2016 | 04:30
AdNauseum
Breaking News

AdNauseum Protects Your Privacy By Clicking Ads

A new Privacy add-on for the Firefox and Chrome web browsers is taking a scorched-earth approach to ad-blocking. The aptly named AdNauseum is an open-source fork of uBlock origin, that...

Tyson O'Ham | Jun 11, 2016 | 21:58
Bitcoinist_Literary Magazine
Breaking News

The Torist Is A Literary Magazine Hosted On The Deep Web

A new online magazine called The Torist has surfaced, and it wants to rectify some of the most common misconceptions regarding the deep web. Very few people are aware over half the...

Jp Buntinx | May 23, 2016 | 03:48
Bitcoinist_Encryption
Breaking News

FBI Director: “Encryption is Essential Tradecraft of Terrorist...

Law enforcement has been making a lot of media headlines as of late in their “war’ on encryption. FBI Director James Comey mentioned how encryption is “essential tradecraft” of...

Jp Buntinx | May 12, 2016 | 03:53
Breaking News

University Data Compromised When Will Proponents of Centralization...

The University of California Berkeley announced on February 26th that 80,000 students and faculty members have been victim to a cyber attack within the schools records system. The...

Jamie Redman | Feb 27, 2016 | 11:31
Breaking News

Coinbase is ‘Building a Retail Exchange’ Not a Wallet

The San Francisco-based Bitcoin exchange CEO Brian Armstrong recently wrote a Medium blog post called “Coinbase is Not a Wallet.” Armstrong believes some customers are confused...

Jamie Redman | Feb 26, 2016 | 13:13
Breaking News

Cybersecurity Regulators Feel Companies Need To Step Up To Protect...

In the world of technology, there has always been a huge debate going on regarding consumer privacy policies. Ever since the Internet came around, regulators have been struggling to...

Jp Buntinx | Jan 07, 2016 | 09:52
Breaking News

State-sponsored Actors Target Certain Twitter Users

Over the course of recent years, numerous stories have been making media headlines regarding governments attempting to hack certain services and platforms. A recent story published on...

Jp Buntinx | Dec 14, 2015 | 10:48
Breaking News

Are The FBI and Carnegie Mellon Involved In De-Anonymizing Tor?

About a year ago, an interesting topic was brought to people’s attention when details leaked about Tor not being as secure as people would like it to be. Various aspects of Tor...

Jp Buntinx | Nov 15, 2015 | 05:30
Breaking News

California Legislators – Protecting Consumer Privacy and...

Privacy is one of the major topics of concern for everyday consumers these days. Especially as far as online data is concerned, there doesn’t seem to be any form of privacy left. But...

Jp Buntinx | Oct 09, 2015 | 05:29
Bitcoin

DOJ Tightens Requirements for Cell Site Simulators, Blockchain Offers...

Consumer privacy has been a hot topic for over a year now, and it looks like a new ruling by the Department of Justice might move things along in the right direction. Federal law...

Jp Buntinx | Sep 04, 2015 | 11:38

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