NSA Share Now: Government agency unveils voluntary data submission program

For millions of Americans, NSA works towards making the process of sharing their personal info and data a painless experience. A new app, NSA Share Now, is now available at the Google Play and Apple Store, and it’s already hitting new download records. “Most law abiding citizens have nothing to hide, and we want to […]

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Reset The Net: Anti-NSA initiative launches activist web site

With recent revelations about NSA collecting millions of photos of Americans without their consent, now it’s the time to take action. Reset The Net is a new initiative that encourages the use of available technology that protects privacy and makes the job of government spying difficult. By supporting Reset The Net – from ResetTheNet.org – […]

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Viral video: The Day our Privacy Died

Great music classics exist to be adjusted to modern conditions in life and politics, and The Day the Music Died could not be an exception. Enter, “The Day our Privacy Died“- a video bound to become a new viral video on YouTube, with lyrics by Jim Sterne and vocals by Anthony Valbiro. With lyrics such […]

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Big Data and the White House: Obama wants to hear from you

Apparently, the direct phonecalls Mark Zuckerberg made to the President, Barack Obama, are paying off: The White House is seeking our feedback. Titled, “Tell Us What You Think About Big Data and Privacy“, the latest post from the White House blog invites Americans to share their thoughts about data privacy – something, that we took […]

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Edward Snowden: GoDaddy coupon codes contain NSA eavesdropping microcode

In one of the biggest domain scandals since founder Bob Parsons shot down an aging elephant, GoDaddy is apparently involved in a secret collaboration with the NSA. Thousands of GoDaddy customers often use GoDaddy coupons, in order to register or renew domain names at GoDaddy.com. While most of these codes make domaining affordable by dropping […]

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Domain Name Sales inquiry thwarts Coup d’Etat attempt in Nigeria

A domain inquiry sent via the Domain Name Sales platform, has apparently prevented a violent military intervention in Nigeria. It all started as a typical domain inquiry for a military gear domain name, but instead of coming with an offer, it contained a message from none other than colonel Odumegwu Ojukwu, son of a ruthless […]

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NSA reaction: Secure Email – Made in Germany

Germans, just like most Europeans, value their privacy; the news of the NSA snooping into the emails of millions of Americans via their providers didn’t sit well with their German counterparts. Several telecom providers in Germany started a new initiative supporting email privacy. Referred to as “Email Made in Germany“, the initiative places emphasis on […]

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Lavabit: Will it remain active as an ‘American company’?

Lavabit is a little known provider of encrypted email solutions; or should we say, it was one. Its creator, owner and operator, Ladar Levison, decided to suspend operations, after one of the company’s most notorious users appeared to be the former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden. Snowden sent out an email from a Lavabit email address; […]

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Domainistan grants political asylum to Edward Snowden

Former NSA analyst, Edward Snowden has applied for political asylum in Russia and 14 other countries. According to Reuters, the sovereign state of Domainistan has granted political asylum to the formerly well-paid government employee, on the agreement that he will refrain from making any more anti-Obama statements. “The Domainistan community is welcoming Mr. Snowden to […]

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Stuck in the Cloud? What PRISM means for pro-active Data Privacy action

If you’ve been following the unfolding drama about “Where is Edward Snowden“, you might find interesting that WhereIsEdwardSnowden.com has already been registered. The ongoing understanding that government entities such as the NSA are actively filtering mass quantities of data via the PRISM initiative, leaves many domain investors feeling ‘naked’. Would the ability to snoop into […]

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PRISM: What if the NSA applied for angel investors?

Sometimes, humor is the best way to deal with important on-going issues, such as privacy of communications. While the revelations about PRISM – the NSA platform – appear to be at their opening stages still, the issue seems to have stricken a sensitive chord with many. What if PRISM were a real world project, asking […]

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Google and Gmail to begin offering PRISM-free accounts

Google, already the titan in search engine volume, stores information about trillions of web pages and other private communication, such as email. Gmail was included on the PRISM list, the secret initiative by the NSA that allegedly processes mass amounts of raw data in real time. If you are concerned about your privacy online, particularly […]

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