It seems every few years in the US the conversation about electronic voting and voter hacking come into the spotlight and voters and news pundits discuss whether voters should be using voting machines
What to Understand About Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and Your Loss of Privacy Rights
After the passing of the Patriot Act in 2001, we have seen the erosion of privacy rights and civil liberties in the United States. Every few years though, parts of the act are
In 2013, Edward Snowden, a contractor with the NSA, leaked documents to journalists that exposed the United States mass surveillance program of Americans’ telephone records. When Snowden leaked the documents, he fled immediately
As the COVID-19 pandemic goes on, life for some around the world is beginning to look a little more like it did before, except with some more distancing, and more people wearing masks.
One of the most popular questions I get at ThinkPrivacy is when to use certain tools and when not to use them. Often times, the questions turn out to be an honest misunderstanding
When it comes to internet privacy, there is one tool which gives many internet users a false sense of security out of the box, and that’s a VPN. I recently wrote about