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The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) asks the Supreme Court to stop the NSA’s recently revealed controversial metadata collection program. [H/T SANS] The Times of India claims that the Indian government operates a data collection program that enables it to access intracompany communications on Indian Blackberries. The program had been alluded [...]Continue Reading →
On June 30, 2011 By Megan DeLockery June 27, 2011
When a mysterious “Pottermore” website appeared online with a countdown clock, Harry Potter fans were soon abuzz with excitement over what J.K. Rowling might have in store. After days of speculation surrounding the purpose of the site, with guesses ranging from additional books in the series to an online role-playing game, J.K [...]Continue Reading →
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