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Ridiculously redacted interpretation of FISA snooping law released

Posted  January 16, 2013 US privacy organization EFF invites you to click on thumbnails of the summaries it managed to pry out of the government, but let’s save your finger muscles the workout with this summaries summary: ——————————. Read the full story, in which I use words, punctuation and the like, because I am not […]

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$20 million is not enough! How much should Facebook pay for settling sponsored stories dispute?

Posted August 21, 2012 A judge has rejected Facebook’s settlement offer of $10 million for lawyers and $10 million for privacy groups in a privacy lawsuit over the use of users’ names and faces in “Sponsored Stories” ads. Check out the full story on Naked Security.

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Megaupload users who want their data have to pay (or sue), feds say

Posted June 18, 2012 It’s not looking good for those Megaupload users who want their files returned, unless they want to pay, or sue, to get it back. Read it here.

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