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Google is aiding people in bypassing anonymity orders issued by courts in the UK by allowing them to uncover the identity of rape victims who are allowed to remain anonymous under the law, it has been claimed.

Published in Security

Members of the Tor Project are calling for a 24-hour shutdown of the Tor network on 1 September to protest against the manner in which the sexual harassment against Jacob Appelbaum were dealt with and rumours that it is letting government agents into its ranks.

Published in Security
Monday, 14 October 2013 11:19

Google outrages users with new privacy policy

Google is facing heavy criticism online for new ads that will feature, well, your face. The online giant, through a change in its privacy policy, will now feature comments, names and photos from its users in advertisements on websites around the world.

Published in Strategy

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