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  • Researchers show how easy it is to de-anonymize shoppers

    30.01.2015

    The fact that anonymising large sets of data is very, very hard should be widely known by now, as a number of researchers have already successfully de-anonymized a variety of metadata sets and published the results of their investigations.

  • Reddit released its first transparency report

    30.01.2015

    Reddit, the popular social news site/message board styled "the front page of the internet", has released its first transparency report.

  • How people perceive online privacy

    30.01.2015

    A new study by the National Cyber Security Alliance shows that Americans care deeply about their privacy.

  • Critical BlackPhone bug allows attackers to spy on users

    28.01.2015

    BlackPhone, a mobile phone aimed at users who want to keep their communications secure from mass surveillance attempts, is affected by a critical security vulnerability that can be exploited to reveal users' contacts, the content of their (encrypted) messages, and their location information, as well as to load additional code that can lead to the attacker having complete control over the handset.

  • How important is online privacy?

    28.01.2015

    Consumer online privacy concerns remain extremely high with 92 percent of American internet users worrying to some extent about their privacy online – the same percentage as in January 2014.




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Email scammers stole $215M from businesses in 14 months

Posted on 29 January 2015.  |  In 14 months there have been nearly 1200 US and a little over 900 non-US victims of BEC scams, and the total money loss reached nearly $215 million.


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