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  1. Future Sensors

    security Face Recognition Technology Explained (EFF)

    Face Recognition Technology: Commonly Used Terms As face recognition technology evolves at a dizzying speed, new uses and terminologies seem to develop daily. On this page, we attempt to define and disambiguate some of the most commonly used terms. Read more...
  2. Future Sensors

    security Face Recognition Technology Explained (EFF)

    Face Recognition Technology: Commonly Used Terms As face recognition technology evolves at a dizzying speed, new uses and terminologies seem to develop daily. On this page, we attempt to define and disambiguate some of the most commonly used terms. Read more...
  3. Future Sensors

    security Facebook's smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways

    Facebook’s smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways 'Lifelogging' means never forgetting what you said in a nasty argument https://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebooks-smart-glasses-could-invade-your-privacy-in-new-ways-11634759384
  4. Future Sensors

    security Facebook's smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways

    Facebook’s smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways 'Lifelogging' means never forgetting what you said in a nasty argument https://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebooks-smart-glasses-could-invade-your-privacy-in-new-ways-11634759384
  5. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  6. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  7. Future Sensors

    security Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning

    Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning H. Abelson, R. Anderson, S. M. Bellovin, J. Benaloh, M. Blaze, J. Callas, W. Diffie, S. Landau, P. G. Neumann, R. L. Rivest, J. I. Schiller, B. Schneier, V. Teague, C. Troncoso October 15, 2021 Our increasing reliance on digital...
  8. Future Sensors

    security Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning

    Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning H. Abelson, R. Anderson, S. M. Bellovin, J. Benaloh, M. Blaze, J. Callas, W. Diffie, S. Landau, P. G. Neumann, R. L. Rivest, J. I. Schiller, B. Schneier, V. Teague, C. Troncoso October 15, 2021 Our increasing reliance on digital...
  9. Future Sensors

    legal NIS2 Directive: EU to ban anonymous websites (draft)

    Cybersecurity: EU to ban anonymous websites The EU is currently drafting legislation to increase cyber security (revised NIS Directive, in short “NIS 2”). According to this directive, the registration of internet domain names will in future require the correct identification of the owner in the...
  10. Future Sensors

    legal NIS2 Directive: EU to ban anonymous websites (draft)

    Cybersecurity: EU to ban anonymous websites The EU is currently drafting legislation to increase cyber security (revised NIS Directive, in short “NIS 2”). According to this directive, the registration of internet domain names will in future require the correct identification of the owner in the...
  11. Future Sensors

    security Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS

    Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/04/who-emailed-who-institutional-privacy-risks-in-the-dns/
  12. Future Sensors

    security Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS

    Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/04/who-emailed-who-institutional-privacy-risks-in-the-dns/
  13. Future Sensors

    security You have only 10 days to opt out of Amazon Sidewalk

    Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors Amazon's experiment wireless mesh networking turns users into guinea pigs. Dan Goodin - 5/29/2021, 9:10 PM If you use Alexa, Echo, or any other Amazon device, you have only 10 days to opt out of an experiment that...
  14. Future Sensors

    security You have only 10 days to opt out of Amazon Sidewalk

    Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors Amazon's experiment wireless mesh networking turns users into guinea pigs. Dan Goodin - 5/29/2021, 9:10 PM If you use Alexa, Echo, or any other Amazon device, you have only 10 days to opt out of an experiment that...
  15. abstractdomainer

    discuss Acquiring Privacy Protected Names

    How does one acquire domain names or contact the owner of a domain name that has Privacy Protection on?
  16. abstractdomainer

    discuss Acquiring Privacy Protected Names

    How does one acquire domain names or contact the owner of a domain name that has Privacy Protection on?
  17. Lox

    information Canada Proposed digital privacy bill has 'more holes than Swiss cheese

    The federal government's proposed updates to digital privacy law favour the concerns of tech giants over the protection of ordinary Canadians, says entrepreneur and technology expert Jim Balsillie. "This legislation has really more holes than Swiss cheese," said Balsillie, founder of the...
  18. Lox

    information Canada Proposed digital privacy bill has 'more holes than Swiss cheese

    The federal government's proposed updates to digital privacy law favour the concerns of tech giants over the protection of ordinary Canadians, says entrepreneur and technology expert Jim Balsillie. "This legislation has really more holes than Swiss cheese," said Balsillie, founder of the...
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