Stop Telling Me I’m ‘So Lucky’

As a 19-something-year-old adoptee living in a Western society, I’ve often been thrown the phrase, “you’re so lucky!” after telling someone I’m adopted. I’m sure there are a few other adoptees who will relate to this post. (Disclaimer: this is not a post about my ungratefulness, just one that makes…

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Authorities Think About Telling You If You’re Watchlisted from Warrantless Spying

The Obama Administration might have to start letting people know when they’ve been flagged for terrorist connections based on information picked up from secret NSA spying programs. That could potentially affect the tens of thousands of individuals on the government’s […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Your Cell Phone is Telling Your Secrets

Skip to Navigation ↓ Utility menu Home Blog Multimedia Press Get Involved Contact Us The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School is a leader in the study of the law and policy around the Internet and other emerging technologies.  About Us People Get Involved CIS RSS Feeds…

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Exclusive: Hacked companies still not telling investors (Reuters)

Reuters – At least a half-dozen major U.S. companies whose computers have been infiltrated by cyber criminals or international spies have not admitted to the incidents despite new guidance from securities regulators urging such disclosures. View full post on Yahoo! News: Security News View full post on National Cyber Security

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Data breach harm assessment ‘more important than telling victims’

IT professionals believe that assessing the potential harm caused by data breaches is more useful to mitigating the effects of such incidents than notifying affected individuals, according to a survey published on the day the European Union’s proposed a 24-hour deadline for data breach disclosures. Entitled “Aftermath of a Data…

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