You are celebrating Thanksgiving at the Macy's Parade and the confetti that falls on your shoulder has phone numbers and social security numbers. Information about the President's motorcade. Where did it come from?
I'll be completely honest. I got a little freaked out the other day when Facebook suggested that I may know someone. Let me explain. This person was someone who I had just sent a single e-mail to, and had never saved their contact information, phone number, or anything. We have no mutual friends, and live 120 miles apart. How would Facebook know that I have been communicating with this person
I have been reading many messages about facebook charging money for your privacy and people are seeing it on the news or reading it in the paper. I'm sorry if you did because they got the story wrong. Here is the right story.
You are celebrating Thanksgiving at the Macy's Parade and the confetti that falls on your shoulder has phone numbers and social security numbers. Information about Mitt Romney's motorcade. Where did it come from?
Starting a few days ago, you may have seen some of your friends post the "privacy" message. Naturally, you might have though, "Crap I gotta do that too!" Well the truth is that nothing you ever put on your Facebook wall will ever exempt you from any of Facebook's rules...
As I type this, I feel someone watching me right now. Panting, drooling....oh, wait that's my dog. Still, I just shut my phone off.
An Android developer recently discovered a clandestine application called Carrier IQ built into most smartphones that doesn't just track your location; it secretly records your keystrokes, and there's nothing you can do about it.
Security experts Peter Warden and Alasdair Allen have made a startling discovery about Apple's iPhone and 3G iPad: The devices secretly track and record your location.
Apparently, this has been going on for 10 months, despite the fact that Apple has never previously disclosed that they keep a record of all their iPhone users whereabouts...