privacy

 
Spy in the sky: Whose drone is it anyway?
Spy in the sky: Whose drone is it anyway?
During the recent anti-xenophobia march through Hilbrow and central Johannesburg something struck me as more deeply unnerving than the armed police...
The flaw in factory resets
The flaw in factory resets
Every phone and tablet has an option under Settings that allows you to Reset Phone to Factory Defaults. When activating this option the phone warns...
WikiLeaks: Google 'violated' privacy by disclosing data
WikiLeaks: Google 'violated' privacy by disclosing data
Whistle-blowing site WikiLeaks on Monday accused Google of handing over the emails and electronic data of its senior staff to United States...
Big Brother erodes our right to privacy
Big Brother erodes our right to privacy
The right to privacy has been making big news globally. In the wake of United States whistle-blower Edward Snowden's revelations, more people have...
UK says spying program that may or may not exist is legal
UK says spying program that may or may not exist is legal
The British government won’t say whether it’s tapping into emails and phone calls. Its lawyers still appeared in court on Monday defending a...
Net privacy not just about ?'forgetting'
Net privacy not just about ?'forgetting'
Spare a thought for Google. In the wake of a ruling by the European Court of Justice, the internet search giant has to set up extensive new machinery...
France's Hollande threatens to sue over affair report
France's Hollande threatens to sue over affair report
French President François Hollande threatened on Friday to sue celebrity magazine Closer, complaining of breach of privacy after it...
Snowden: Children born today will not know concept of privacy
Snowden: Children born today will not know concept of privacy
Former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who revealed details of electronic surveillance by American and British spy...
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Britain's Guardian newspaper has published less than 1% of the information leaked by US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and kept...
British supermarket to scan shoppers' faces
British supermarket to scan shoppers' faces
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco is to install screens at its petrol stations that scan customers' faces so that advertising can be...
Premium ... with privacy
Premium ... with privacy
You've just received the quote for your First class ticket on a scheduled airline. Because there are no direct flights, it requires connections....
Crib notes: Popi is here for you
Crib notes: Popi is here for you
The Protection of Personal Information Bill (Popi) on Tuesday received the stamp from Parliament's and the president. Now financial institutions around the country will be scrambling to protect themselves and your data. But what does the Bill mean for you and me?...

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