Is Facebook really the 'Borg of the digital world'?

June 25, 2013
Or are some people addicted to paranoia? The lesson from Facebook's latest data breach: Don't confuse stupidity with evil
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Listen up, NSA -- we want to be heard

June 21, 2013
From Snowden to security to surveillance, privacy to protection, Cringely's readers have lots to say on these topics and more
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Google's Project Loon stakes out no-NSA zone (we think)

June 19, 2013
Bummed out by all the NSA talk? Then lighten up with Project Loon, Google's balloon-based plan for worldwide Net access
Cringely
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Snowden has answers, but NSA still holds the questions

June 17, 2013
The IT pro at the center of the NSA scandal held an online Q&A today. We'd tell you what he said, but then we'd have to kill you
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NSA, PRISM, and CISPA: The conspiracy behind the conspiracy

June 14, 2013
Remember CISPA? The NSA and PRISM disclosures shed new light on that terrible piece of cyber security legislation
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Your online privacy was doomed long before the NSA came along

June 12, 2013
Uproar over NSA obscures true tragedy: The fact that Congress and the courts knew and did nothing to protect our privacy
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Facts and fiction, secrets and sci-fi: Breaking down the NSA

June 10, 2013
Keep your tin hat handy -- here's what we know and don't know about the National Security Agency's massive spying program
Cringely
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NSA to everyone: Take your PRISM, it's good for you

June 07, 2013
Is this 2013 or 1984? It's hard to tell when reports say national security services are delving into our private Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft accounts
Cringely
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Verizon subscribers, feeling paranoid? Because you are being watched

June 06, 2013
Secret court documents reveal the U.S. government is spying on millions of Verizon customers -- and probably the rest of us too
Cringely
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Batten down the hatches -- it's Microsoft reorg season

June 03, 2013
Steve Ballmer has a plan to counter Carnival cruise levels of disarray at Microsoft, but the real change must start at the top
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