A judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas has denied FBI's petition to install spying software on and using the built-in camera of an unidentified suspect's computer in order to discover his or her identity and gather evidence of the crime from the computer's hard drive, memory and storage.
Users' desire to share things online has influenced many markets, including the digital camera one.
In their latest report on online surveillance, Reporters Without Borders have named Bahrain, China, Iran, Syria and Vietnam as "state enemies" of the Internet due of their continuous and intensive efforts at spying on journalists, bloggers, human rights defenders and political dissidents.
Bank of America has confirmed that some of the data included in the massive leak by Anonymous-affiliated group "Par:AnoIA" does belong to them, but that it didn't come from their owns systems, but those of a third-party contractor.
There has been a steady increase in the deployment of encryption solutions used by organizations over the past eight years.
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