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European Union’s Data Retention Directive, a law operating in Europe has failed at fighting crime in spite of the 148000 user data requests and privacy breach.

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Law enforcement and defense agencies want to know everything you do online, just in case you are doing something wrong. Do you want the politicians to enable this in a new law?

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US courts are increasingly trying to use Facebook data as evidence and are repeatedly granted access to private content of users.

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Disable Facebook Instant Personalization

Facebook’s new Instant Personalization feature shares your data with third party websites without your consent. Here is how you can disable Instant Personalization on Facebook.

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Microsoft Developer Network blogger shows off easy way to monitor HTTP and HTTPS traffic coming from a Windows Phone 7 device.

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According to recent reports, Twitter is being forced to sing like a canary. The U.S. Department of Justice has issued secret subpoenas to Twitter, and possibly others, such as Facebook and Google. WikiLeaks and anyone involved with them are the targets.

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California judges apparently don’t value personal rights as much as other places around the world. Police there now can seize all of your cell phone data when you are arrested – for any reason.

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FCC Regulators Impose Net Neutrality – What is it?

Do you want political appointees controlling the internet inside the US borders? It’s beginning to look like there may no longer be a choice.

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Disconnect Disable Third Party Tracking

Completely disable third party tracking. Disconnect disables third party tracking on major websites including Google, Facebook, Digg, Twitter and Yahoo among others.

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Google has admitted for the first time that its Street View cars actually collected usernames and passwords. This will fuel the investigations in France and Germany.

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Zynga games is being sued by a Facebook user who is really angry that Farmville leaked his personal info. See image for rhetorical arguments.

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Facebook has added two new security features to protect you against malwares and other threats – Remote Logout and One-time Passwords.

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Facebook Privacy Dogs

A new report by WSJ says that several Facebook applications transmit personal IDs outside Facebook, thus giving access to your name and in some cases your friends names to advertising and internet tracking companies.

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Facebook is making phone numbers of personal contacts public on the Facebook iPhone app. This is caused by a technical glitch in the Facebook’s Contact Sync.

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Now there is a new service called Togetherville. They promise to make it safer for kids to get together online. It may not be perfect, but it’s a lot better than letting your 11 year old use Facebook.

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