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July 4, 2016  Finextra

Holland’s financial institutions to get ‘blockchain development campus’

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June 28, 2016  Fortune

Can IBM Really Make a Business Out of Blockchain?

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May 27, 2016  Forbes

How The Blockchain Will Transform Everything From Banking To Government To Our Identities

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May 27, 2016  EconoTimes

New course on Ethereum engineering hosts accreditation on blockchain

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May 18, 2016  Finance Magnates

Deloitte to Use Blockchain to Prove Your Expensive Art Isn’t a Forgery

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May 17, 2016  Huffington Post

How Will Blockchain Change Banking? How Won’t It?

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May 16, 2016  TechCrunch

Blockchain open sources Thunder network, paving the way for instant bitcoin transactions

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May 12, 2016  TechCrunch

The Blockchain is the new Google

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May 6, 2016  CIO

Blockchain: Almost everything you read is wrong

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May 5, 2016  BloombergView

Basic Income and Blockchain Courts

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May 4, 2016  NPR

Not Just Bitcoin: Why The Blockchain Is A Seductive Technology To Many Industries

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April 25, 2016  TechCrunch

Surveillance as a tool for racism

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April 7, 2016  WIRED

Forget Apple vs. the FBI: WhatsApp Just Switched on Encryption for a Billion People

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April 7, 2016  The Guardian

China steps up Panama Papers censorship after leaders’ relatives named

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March 29, 2016  TechCrunch

American privacy in the digital era should not be for sale

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March 29, 2016  CTV

U.S. ends legal battle over iPhone but sparks questions about privacy

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March 7, 2016  CNET

Verizon racks up $1.35M fine for violating consumer privacy

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March 2, 2016  The Hacker News

DROWN Attack – More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites at Risk

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February 26, 2016  The Verge

Apple hires developer behind encrypted messaging app Signal

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February 17, 2016  WIRED

Tim Cook Says Apple Will Fight Court Order to Unlock iPhone

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January 28, 2016  CNET

It’s Data Privacy Day. Do you know where your data is?

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January 25, 2016  PHYS.ORG

Surprisingly, the online advertising industry’s future may lie in offering more privacy, not less

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January 20, 2016  PewResearchCenter

The state of privacy in America: What we learned

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January 7, 2016  The Guardian

America’s top privacy regulator refuses to wear a Fitbit

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January 5, 2016  LEXOLOGY

Delaware’s Online Privacy and Protection Act Now In Effect

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December 22, 2015  The Los Angeles Times

Europe and U.S. have different approaches to protecting privacy of personal data

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December 16, 2015  thestar.com

The cellphone spyware the police don’t want to acknowledge

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December 8, 2015  Motherboard

After Paris Attacks, French Cops Want to Block Tor and Forbid Free Wi-Fi

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December 1, 2015  Electronic Frontier Foundation

Google Deceptively Tracks Students’ Internet Browsing, EFF Says in FTC Complaint

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November 23, 2015  InfoWorld

Stop the anti-encryption propaganda now

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November 22, 2015  Comparitech

That “most used words” Facebook quiz is a privacy nightmare

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November 17, 2015  ExtremeTech

New Vizio hack reveals company shares your data whether you accept its privacy policy or not

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November 11, 2015  Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

America’s Top Fears 2015

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November 3, 2015  The Electronic Frontier Foundation

A More Private Browsing Experience: Mozilla Ships Tracking Protection for Firefox

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October 21, 2015  The Electronic Frontier Foundation

California Leads the Way in Digital Privacy

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September 29, 2015  The Washington Post

Obama administration explored ways to bypass smartphone encryption

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September 3, 2015  Mid-Day

How safe is your privacy on the internet?

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August 28, 2015  Passcode

The battle between Washington and Silicon Valley over encryption

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August 21, 2015  New York Daily News

Here’s how to check what data was taken from Ashley Madison and if your email is on the list

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August 21, 2015  |  USA Today

Hacking cars, power plants and rifles at Black Hat

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June 9, 2015  Fortune

New U.N. report says encryption tech is crucial for human rights

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June 9, 2015  AVG.NOW

Is It Safe To Give Out your CVV Code?

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June 9, 2015  TechCrunch

Apple’s Tim Cook Delivers Blistering Speech On Encryption, Privacy

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June 9, 2015  Dashlane blog

The Internet of Hackable Things: The Things You Didn’t Know Hackers Could Hack

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June 9, 2015  CNBC

What you really sign up for when you use social media

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June 9, 2015  | EAST-TEC

How I Could Steal Your Credit Card Details From Chrome In Just 5 Minutes

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June 9, 2015  SEMICONDUCTOR ENGINEERING

Security Risk Escalating In 2015

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