CAT | Podcast
- A recent revealed compromise of the Tor anonymity system
- Why Canvas Fingerprinting both is and is not a big deal
- The coming conflict between US searches and EU privacy
- How even genealogy information can compromise your identity
- An update on Chinese censorship
- Why the security model of the web is hopelessly broken
- Russia’s continuing crackdown on the Internet
- and finally how Lightbulbs, among other things, can
- compromise your network
- A decision giving Canadians more rights to Anonymity
- Iraq’s recent blocking of social media and more
- Iran’s outright criminalization of social media
- A court decision requiring warrants to access cell tower location data
- Another court stating that irrelevant seized data needs to be deleted after searches
- A massive failure of data anonymization in New York City
- A court requiring a defendant to decrypt his files so they can be searched
- The Supreme Court ruling protecting cellphones from warrantless search.
- Phone tracking streetlights in Chicago
- And a small change for iPhones bringing big privacy benefits
- The need to target your privacy efforts
- Why your secrets may not be safe with secrecy apps
- The possibility of more light shining on National Security Letters
- Conflicted feelings about censorship in the Russian government
- Google and the right to be forgotten
- What you need to do to deal with all these password breaches
- A demonstration of a stealthy camera snooping app for Android
- and a quick announcement about Anonymizer
- The Heartbleed bug, and why it is such a big deal.
- A major vulnerability in Internet Explorer, and why we are focusing on the wrong thing.
- The reasons behind recent pushes for national Internet sovereignty.
- and finally about the increasingly international reach of US search warrants.
- Zombie iPhone Bluetooth settings
- Proposed Australian encryption regulations
- More from the Mt. Gox and bitcoin saga
- The cat and mouse of censorship and circumvention in Turkey