Saturday, July 14, 2012

WEEKEND REDUX: Your Big Data Protection Issue

BTC - In this Forbes account, there are at least 5 things mobile and data aggregate companies can do to spare you location and dataveillance humiliations by nosey or indifferent government employees. Currently, no one will stop them from laughing at those phone calls to your gynecologist, your threapist and that one time you had to talk to your girlfriend while peeing/vomiting. In the event, that you don't want to wait on AT&T to grow a conscience about their telecomm immunity - you can still do a few things to protect yourself, says PopSci. [Psst. Don't be a lemming. Get the privacy app for your phone.]
FYI: How Can I Protect My Cell Phone Data Records From Law Enforcement Subpoenas? 
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Here is second life for news that matters.

NSTIC - TFS will organize NSTIC identity group

NIST releases new draft on Federal ID credentials

Security Industry Association Backs Biometrics To Improve Integrity Of Medicare, Medicaid Programs

14 Incredibly Creepy Surveillance Technologies That Big Brother Will Be Using To Spy On You c/o The American Dream [Compiled Recap of things you may know and some things you might not.]

Would Law Enforcement Tolerate a "Surveillance-Proof" Internet Service Provider?

California Bill Would Keep Mobile Calls Private
HOTT!>>>Check out this model legislation for your state TODAY!

Big data and the changing economics of privacy

WNYC: Looking at the Big Picture: How Big Data Gets Personal

Microsoft [could] follow Apple's lead and protect personal info - Infoworld

Disgusted by this weeks rush by TSA to biometrify you instantly at the US borders, if you try to come or go?  There's a petition to get the TSA to obey the law.


Mark Zuckerberg Awarded CIA Surveillance Medal

HUMOR: 10 Pick Up Lines From The Supreme Leader Of North Korea

Big Data is going after whatever's in your playlist to find your poli preferences via EchoNest's, Fanalytics

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