Tag Archives: privacy

Doug Casey on the Future of Privacy

By Doug Casey November 30, 2018 Print Justin’s note: “Alexa, did you witness a murder?” Most people would never ask their Echo device this question. But authorities in New Hampshire believe an Echo smart speaker …

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The US Government Just Destroyed Our Privacy

The US Government Just Destroyed Our Privacy While Nobody Was Paying Attention By Carey Wedler While the nation remained fixated on gun control and Facebook’s violative practices last week, the U.S. government quietly codified the …

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DNA Gone Digital – What Could Go Wrong?

DNA Has Gone Digital – What Could Possibly Go Wrong? By Jenna E. Gallegos, Colorado State University and Jean Peccoud, Colorado State University Biology is becoming increasingly digitized. Researchers like us use computers to analyze …

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Home Surveillance Using AMI Smart Meters

A Patent Exists To Provide Home Surveillance Using AMI Smart Meters By Catherine J. Frompovich AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) Smart Meters (AMI SMs) are being forced on to everyone’s home, apartment, condo and businesses in …

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