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How net neutrality advocates are protesting the anniversary of the FCC repeal
The repeal of net neutrality went into effect last year. Net neutrality advocates are pushing back on the first anniversary.
Tech’s dangerous race to control our emotions
The tech industry will be selling emotional technology long before anyone has a serious debate about whether such tech is desirable.
Amazon defends using footage of suspected thieves in Ring ads
Ring says its sponsored posts are intended to help keep neighborhood's safe.
‘XY Chelsea’ takes an uneven look at Chelsea Manning’s life after prison
Manning tries to move forward as others want to focus on her past.
Chinese Dissidents’ Twitter accounts purged from platform prior to Tiananmen Square anniversary
It raised concerns that the action was made at the behest of the Chinese government.
Visa applicants now have to hand over their social media information
A State Department official said this will strengthen the vetting process.
Facebook lawyer says users ‘have no expectation of privacy’
"There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy."
Do not extradite tortured WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, U.N. expert says
Assange is being held at London’s Belmarsh prison.
College students unknowingly photographed as part of secret face recognition project
Images of over 1,700 people captured as part of government-funded program.
How to use Tor, the network that lets you browse the web anonymously
It's the best way to surf the internet securely.
47 House Democrats sign criticized net neutrality working group letter
Internet freedom advocates say it undermines Save the Internet Act.
Amazon is trying to solve pushback on facial recognition software with a web form
The discovery comes amid heightened scrutiny of the surveillance method.
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange indicted under Espionage Act
Anti-secrecy publisher hit with 17 counts linked to 2010 release of U.S. government documents.
Net neutrality advocates slam ‘extremely troubling’ letter circulating among some House Dems
The open letter is addressed to Democratic leadership in the House.
Some House Dems are backing away from the Save the Internet Act
The House Democrats want a working group like the one in the Senate.
Man who sent death threats to FCC’s Ajit Pai sentenced to 20 months in prison
He sent the threats shortly after the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.