Posts By: Jeremy MacLaine

Tracking Privacy: Friday, March 6th, 2015

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. The Federal Trade Commission is ready to give away $25,000 to the person who can trap robocallers in a honeypot. [Fedscoop] Thought provoking essay: Why do we feel so alone when we’re supposed to be more […]

Tracking Privacy: Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. It’s plausible that Hilary Clinton wasn’t necessarily doing anything “wrong.” Instead, it seems more likely that the Federal Government has never taken email security as seriously as it should be. [Vice] The Internet of […]

Tracking Privacy: Monday, March 2nd, 2015

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. A look at which VPN providers take your privacy seriously. [Torrent Freak] Vendors of privacy products geared toward consumers are broadening their efforts to address the business market. [Wall Street Journal] AVG has developed some […]

Tracking Privacy: Friday, February 27th, 2015

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. A European politician wants to put an end to Netflix-style geolocation blocking. “I want to pay – but I am not allowed to. I lose out, they lose out,”  [Torrent Freak] for the 15th […]

Tracking Privacy: Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

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Tracking Privacy, by Privatis Technology Corporation, brings you relevant stories that highlight the evolving discussion surrounding privacy from across the web. A report commissioned by Belgian Data Protection Authority says Facebook’s use of personal data breaks European privacy laws. Here are four issues the report took with Facebook’s privacy practices. [Toronto Star] The convenience of […]