Slashdot Items Tagged "yro"

Date / Time Story
Wednesday October 19, 2016 @02:32PM Your Dynamic IP Address Is Now Protected Personal Data Under EU Law
Tuesday October 18, 2016 @09:46PM Ecuador Acknowledges Limiting Julian Assange's Web Access
Tuesday October 18, 2016 @07:00PM CIA-Backed Surveillance Tool 'Geofeedia' Was Marketed To Public Schools
Monday October 17, 2016 @12:08PM UK Security Agencies Unlawfully Collected Data For 17 Years, Court Rules
Monday October 17, 2016 @11:14AM Assange Internet Link Cut By State Actor, Claims Wikileaks
Friday October 14, 2016 @04:55PM Shadow Warrior 2 Developers Say DRM Is a Waste of Time
Thursday October 13, 2016 @08:44PM Ken Bone May Have Violated FTC Guidelines With Uber Tweet
Thursday October 13, 2016 @11:07AM Dutch Net Neutrality Law Goes Too Far Say Critics
Tuesday October 11, 2016 @04:31PM How a Video Game About Sheep Exposes the FBI's Broken FOIA System
Tuesday October 11, 2016 @01:05AM Dozens of Suspicious Court Cases Aim At Getting Web Pages Taken Down Or Deindexed
Monday October 10, 2016 @04:01PM WikiLeaks Posts 2,000 More Emails From John Podesta
Monday October 10, 2016 @09:08AM UK's Chief Troll Hunter Targets Doxxing, Virtual Mobbing, and Nasty Images
Friday October 07, 2016 @07:12PM Baltimore Police Took 1 Million Surveillance Photos of City
Friday October 07, 2016 @04:27PM FBI Looks Into Unlocking Minnesota Mall Stabber's iPhone
Friday October 07, 2016 @04:05PM Facebook Wins 'Big Brother' Award in Belgium After Being Declared Worst Privacy Villain
Thursday October 06, 2016 @11:55PM Verizon Wants $1 Billion Discount On Yahoo Deal After Reports of Hacking, Email Scanning
Thursday October 06, 2016 @01:20PM Facebook Is Talking To the White House About Giving You 'Free' Internet
Tuesday October 04, 2016 @11:40PM Indonesia Wants To Criminalize Memes
Tuesday October 04, 2016 @05:44PM Encryption App Signal Wins Fight Against FBI Subpoena and Gag Order
Thursday September 22, 2016 @06:19PM Tesla Sues Michigan Over Sales Ban
Wednesday September 21, 2016 @04:25PM YouTube Is Looking for Volunteers To Improve Its Site
Monday September 19, 2016 @12:16PM Valve Bans Developer From Steam After It Sues Customers Over Bad Reviews
Friday September 16, 2016 @05:31PM NYPD Says Talking About Its IMSI Catchers Would Make Them Vulnerable To Hacking
Friday September 16, 2016 @12:40PM Right To Be Forgotten? Web Privacy Debate in Italy After Women's Suicide
Friday September 16, 2016 @11:21AM Russia Bans Pornhub, YouPorn - Tells Citizens To Meet Someone In Real Life
Thursday September 15, 2016 @03:00PM FCC Republicans Refused To Give Congress Net Neutrality Documents
Thursday September 15, 2016 @02:57PM A Woman Is Suing Her Parents For Posting Embarrassing Childhood Photos To Facebook
Wednesday September 14, 2016 @05:26PM EU Commission Proposes Mandatory Piracy Filters For Online Services
Tuesday September 13, 2016 @11:47AM Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg On 'Napalm Girl' Photo: 'We Don't Always Get it Right'
Tuesday September 13, 2016 @11:34AM Valve Finally Takes On Steam User Review Score Manipulation
Monday September 12, 2016 @05:50PM ACLU Is Launching A Campaign To Convince President Obama To Pardon Edward Snowden
Monday September 12, 2016 @03:34PM Unredacted User Manuals Of Stingray Device Show How Accessible Surveillance Is
Friday September 09, 2016 @10:06AM Norway's Largest Newspaper Accuses Mark Zuckerberg of Abusing Power After Facebook Deletes 'Napalm Girl' Post
Thursday September 08, 2016 @06:28PM Airbnb Unveils Changes To Address Racial Discrimination
Thursday September 08, 2016 @04:02PM Linking Without Permission Violates Copyright, Rules EU Court
Friday September 02, 2016 @09:46PM Feds Spend Nearly $500K To 'Combat Online Trolling'
Friday September 02, 2016 @12:40AM Lawsuit Accuses Warriors' Mobile App of Eavesdropping On Fans -- Even When Not In Use
Tuesday August 30, 2016 @04:15PM FBI Director Says Prolific Default Encryption Hurting Government Spying Efforts
Tuesday August 30, 2016 @02:23AM Grumpy Cat Wants $600K From 'Pirating' Coffee Maker
Friday August 26, 2016 @10:05AM Facebook's WhatsApp Data Gambit Faces Federal Privacy Complaint
Thursday August 25, 2016 @11:06AM China To Crackdown On Unauthorised Radio Broadcasts
Thursday August 25, 2016 @10:11AM WhatsApp To Share Some Data With Facebook
Wednesday August 24, 2016 @10:59AM Singapore To Cut Off Public Servants From the Internet
Tuesday August 23, 2016 @06:01PM FBI Authorized Informants To Break The Law 22,800 Times In 4 Years
Tuesday August 23, 2016 @02:02AM US Customs and Border Protection Wants To Know Who You Are On Twitter
Monday August 22, 2016 @06:20PM Turkish Journalist Jailed For Terrorism Was Framed, Forensic Report Shows
Monday August 22, 2016 @04:34PM FBI Finds 14,900 More Documents From Hillary Clinton's Email Server
Friday August 19, 2016 @03:16PM EFF Accuses T-Mobile of Violating Net Neutrality With Throttled Video
Wednesday August 17, 2016 @04:30PM Transfer of Internet Governance Will Go Ahead On Oct. 1
Tuesday August 16, 2016 @07:45PM Univision To Buy Gawker Media For $135 Million
Tuesday August 16, 2016 @04:50PM Snowden Speculates Leak of NSA Spying Tools Is Tied To Russian DNC Hack
Tuesday August 16, 2016 @03:13PM Canada's Police Chiefs Want New Law To Compel People To Reveal Passwords
Monday August 15, 2016 @04:47PM Tim Cook: Privacy Is Worth Protecting
Monday August 15, 2016 @11:23AM EU Plans To Extend Some Telecom Rules To Web-Based Providers
Sunday August 14, 2016 @11:31PM Ask Slashdot: Are There Secure Alternatives To Skype?
Thursday August 11, 2016 @07:43PM Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Secretly Censored Abusive Responses To President Obama, Says Report
Wednesday August 10, 2016 @07:33PM Twitter Is Not Legally Responsible For The Rise of ISIS, Rules California District Court
Monday August 08, 2016 @05:53PM UK Copyright Extension On Designed Objects Is 'Direct Assault' On 3D Printing
Saturday August 06, 2016 @12:34AM BBC To Deploy Detection Vans To Snoop On Internet Users
Friday August 05, 2016 @12:08PM Zimbabwe Military Threatens To 'Deal With' Social Media-Powered Protesters
Friday August 05, 2016 @10:07AM Robocalling Scourge May Not Be Unstoppable After All
Thursday August 04, 2016 @06:57PM Malware Linked To Government of Kazakhstan Targets Journalists, Political Activists and Lawyers, Says Report