I have already talked about why I am no longer using Windows 10, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has some great reasons why I will continue to avoid using it until it is appropriately fixed.
Every selfie you take, every text you make, I’ll be watching you.
This could get creepy fast.
Even if you “purchase” an item outright, there is a strong legal argument that you don’t even “own” what you “purchased” thanks to the DMCA. When you lease an item, you waive ALL rights to ownership–sometimes perpetually.
From software that records your every keystroke, to GPS tracking, to ignition kill switches—lenders have more power over their customers than ever.
Every step you take, every call you make, they are watching you.
Weaknesses within mobile phone network interconnection system allows criminals or governments to remotely snoop on anyone with a phone
Let us not–out of fear–destroy what we are most proud of: democracy and your fundamental rights and liberties.
In what seems to be a complete reversal in position, Microsoft is suing the US government on the grounds that gag orders on warrants are unconstitutional. Good on them! Let’s hope that the courts agree!
“We appreciate that there are times when secrecy around a government warrant is needed,” Microsoft President Brad Smith wrote in a blog post Thursday. “But based on the many secrecy orders we have …
Every step you take, every move you make, they’ll be watching you…except on weekends and federal holidays. The maps are interactive so you can see if you’re being watched, too! (I am, probably).
America is being watched from above. Government surveillance planes routinely circle over most major cities — but usually take the weekends off.