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  • It’s all Uber now

    There’s a good chance that you’ve heard about the Uber hack, it’s been all over the mainstream news. The personal information of 57 million customers and drivers was hacked in October last year, and the company tried to cover it up by paying $100,000 to the hackers to destroy the data.
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  • Running a railroad through your privacy

    There’s something unsettling in the psychology of app creators and pure play online operators. Whether its monolithic giants such as Facebook or Google or games developers, they think it’s perfectly alright to scoop up all your personal data, slice it, dice it and squeeze out of it as many dollars, euros and pounds as possible.
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