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Facebook Nearby Friends Feature: Get Ready for Some Stalking!

Facebook Nearby Friends Feature: Get Ready for Some Stalking!

Facebook is a powerful tool when it comes to connecting with people that you’ve met, as well as being arguably the most important social networking site on the planet. This can be both good and bad,…

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Hawkeye Crime Surveillance System: The Eye in the Sky

Hawkeye Crime Surveillance System: The Eye in the Sky

Many people are worried about the government being able to monitor whatever they are up to. Now, there is a new kind of system that will be able to surveil America’s cities from above – with…

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Google Glass Privacy App Spots Security Cameras & Other Glass Users: Soliton Radar

Google Glass Privacy App Spots Security Cameras & Other Glass Users:  Soliton Radar

Modern stealth action video games like the Metal Gear Solid series and the new Deus Ex often have a radar feature that lets you see enemies and cameras, among other things. New media artist Sander Veenhof…

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Justice Cap Makes Your Face Invisible to Cameras: Vampire Hat

Justice Cap Makes Your Face Invisible to Cameras: Vampire Hat

If you have a thing about people taking your picture – whether it’s discretely or with your knowledge – then you might want to get one of these Justice Caps.…

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Social Media Experiment Freaks People out, Exposes Lack of Privacy

Social Media Experiment Freaks People out, Exposes Lack of Privacy

When posting online, how much personal information is too much? A lot of people post statuses, pictures, and videos on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram that often reveal more than they intend to. For…

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Cloak App Uses Foursquare & Instagram to Help You Avoid People: The Antisocial Network

Cloak App Uses Foursquare & Instagram to Help You Avoid People: The Antisocial Network

The rise of social media networks and services have made it very easy for people to reach out and be heard. But a new iOS app called Cloak uses these very services for the opposite effect.…

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‘Secrets’ App Offers an Anonymous Way of Sharing Secrets

‘Secrets’ App Offers an Anonymous Way of Sharing Secrets

Have a secret or two you want to get off your chest without telling the world or revealing your identity in the process? There’s an app for that.…

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‘Confide’ App Lets You Send Messages That Self-Distruct

‘Confide’ App Lets You Send Messages That Self-Distruct

Need to tell someone something but can’t risk having the message saved or shown to anyone else? Then send it using Confide. It’s the latest in a string of apps that makes privacy and confidentiality its…

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NameTag Matches People’s Faces to Their Social Media Profiles

NameTag Matches People’s Faces to Their Social Media Profiles

NameTag is a pretty cool-sounding app on paper, but it could quickly turn into the stuff of nightmares in reality. It’s essentially an app that can match people’s mugs to their social media profiles.…

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Creepy Real-Life Emojis Are Part of a Campaign to Protect Kids

Creepy Real-Life Emojis Are Part of a Campaign to Protect Kids

Emojis look cute in your inbox and chat windows, but they reveal nothing about the true nature of the person on the other end. Of course, you can probably vouch for people you actually know. But…

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3D Printed NSA Spybot: I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

3D Printed NSA Spybot: I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me

One of the most significant controversies of recent years has been the NSA’s mass surveillance of individuals via telecommunications and internet data monitoring. And while the ‘bots which are watching us are not much more than…

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Realistic Facebook Security Simulator: Can You Keep Up?

Realistic Facebook Security Simulator: Can You Keep Up?

One thing so many users complain about Facebook is its privacy settings – or lack of consistency thereof. The social network’s privacy policy has been changed and updated so many times over the last few years…

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Just Delete Me Helps You Delete Your Online Accounts

Just Delete Me Helps You Delete Your Online Accounts

Once a site has your personal information, there’s no turning back. There’s always going to be a record of your information on the Internet. If you’re uncomfortable with that fact, then you can slowly delete your…

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LongURL Takes the Guesswork Out of Those Shortened URLs

LongURL Takes the Guesswork Out of Those Shortened URLs

Shortened URLs were incredibly convenient… until they weren’t. It was great to have the option to post shortened links so they’d fit well within Twitter’s 140-character limit and didn’t look too messy when you shared them…

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London Gives “Smart Bins” the Old Heave Ho

London Gives “Smart Bins” the Old Heave Ho

A year ago, pod-shaped recycling bins were installed all over the UK by Renew London. The so-called “smart bins” definitely look better than your average trash can. Now, you might be wondering, why would trash cans…

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Powerful Spying Tool Based on Raspberry Pi: Personal Security Agency

Powerful Spying Tool Based on Raspberry Pi: Personal Security Agency

As we store and transport more and more information online, we’ve gradually come to realize how easy it is for others to access that information without our permission. From Facebook’s privacy policies to the ongoing NSA…

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