Internet Service Providers Collect, Sell Horrifying Amount of Sensitive Data, Government Study Concludes
“Even though several of the ISPs promise not to sell consumers personal data, they allow it to be used, transferred, and monetized by others."
Addresses, passports, bank statements and other sensitive personal data were viewable, long after leaving the company.
The Intelligence Community has deployed ad-blocking technology, according to a letter sent by Congress and shared with Motherboard.
The ruling declared dog owner names and addresses can be made public but that the names of their dogs can’t be.
While the company was cornered under Swiss law, critics say the company is advertising email as more secure than it really is.
Tired of Big Tech monopolies, a community of hobbyists is taking their digital lives off the cloud and onto DIY hardware that they control.
The Postal Inspection Service says its Analytics Team's mission "is to identify and develop intelligence on targets operating on the clear and dark webs."
ISPs are quietly distributing "netflow" data that can, among other things, trace traffic through VPNs.
An internal document also mentions cases where imposters have stolen Amazon customer data.
Some allegations potentially center around accessing Google user or employee data.