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Leak of proposed US law reveals plans for widespread use of multiple surveillance technologies at borders

Here on Privacy News Online, we often write about the impact on privacy of technologies such as facial recognition, iris scans, DNA databases, and drones. Individually, those powerful and rapidly-advancing…
Libsodium v1.0.12 and v1.0.13 Security Assessment
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Libsodium v1.0.12 and v1.0.13 Security Assessment

  1 Executive Summary2 Introduction2.1 Scope 2.2 Approach2.3 Classification and Severity Rating3 Findings3.1 Summary of Findings3.2 Overview of Cryptographic Design3.3 Static Analysis Results3.4 Dynamic Analysis Results3.5 Detailed Findings3.5.1 SD-01: Randomness source…
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When Europe outsources censorship to Facebook and Twitter, who upholds free speech? And where’s the outrage?

The European Commission is circumventing bans on governmental censorship by asking communciations platforms like Facebook and Twitter to agree to “voluntary codes of conduct”, which all users would be held…
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Libsodium Audit Results

Private Internet Access today releases the results of its Libsodium audit. Libsodium is an open source, cryptographic library that is used far and wide in projects such as Zcash as…
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DOJ demands 1.3 million visitor IP addresses from protest website: Were you using a VPN?

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking personal information, including IP addresses, of all visitors to a political website called disruptj20.org. In total, This past Monday, Dreamhost unveiled details about…
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As First NAFTA Round Opens in Secrecy, Digital Rights Groups Fear Another TPP

The opening round of a series of negotiations over a proposed revised North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) began this week in Washington, D.C. between trade representatives from the United…
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Student Privacy Tips for Parents

The beginning of the school year is right around the corner. Over the summer, your school may have acquired new devices, software, and educational technology (or ed tech) to use…