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September 21, 2012
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If you’re someone who cares about your privacy, these are indeed strange times. When everything from your iPhone to your iPad (and every derivation in between) is secretly tracking your every move from behind its colorful screen, when...

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September 20, 2012
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When you hear a number like “94 million” in the news, i's usually because somebody won the lottery. This time around, no such luck. This 94 million is the number of Americans’ files in which personal information has been exposed, since 2009,...

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September 7, 2012
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Was it excessive exuberance? Was it judgmental deficiency? Was it the thrill of hearing a barn burner by the President of the World? Well, whatever it was, it was a dangerous mistake.

Last night at...

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August 20, 2012
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By Adam Levin

It started out as a data breach like many others. The hackers penetrated the computer network of a small medical practice in a wealthy...

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August 15, 2012
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The Olympics are supposed to celebrate the best in human nature, bridging divides of culture and nation through sportsmanship and fair competition. Inevitably, however, the Olympic Games also can become a stage for...

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August 10, 2012
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  By Adam Levin When it comes to protecting our privacy, our data, and consumers from identity theft; government leaders, particularly those in our nation’s capital, have been as effective as the U.S. men’s soccer team at winning Olympic medals. We haven...

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August 2, 2012
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Scott Walker has earned a national reputation for his hack-and-slash approach to government spending. Working hand-in-glove with both Houses of the GOP-controlled Legislature, the Wisconsin governor gutted the...

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July 12, 2012
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Sometimes people are dumb. There’s really no way to sugar coat this, and I say this with all humility, as I have done more than my fair share of dumb things. But when I read last week that a Twitter account had been created whose sole purpose...

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April 16, 2012
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Over the past few months there’s been a growing hue and cry over reports that some employers ask job applicants for their Facebook login and password information as part of the vetting process. They are hardly alone, though i's not easy...

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April 11, 2012
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For those of us who care about privacy, these past seven days have truly sucked.

With relatively little fanfare in the midst of a cacophonous (that means “noisy” Senator Santorum) parade of news, three significant...

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