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The Cyber State: NSA Trains CryptoKids, Tracks Angry Birds, Parents Spy

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The NSA tracks Angry Birds, trains children to hack, and creates a society of surveillance. Parents creep along their kids' social media. What does the future hold?
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Obama: Change in Internet Trust? Nope. Zero Privacy, Get Over It

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President Obama's speech on Internet security and the NSA was meant to offer hope in these dark times. It didn't change much. See our David Michaelis' thoughts here.
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Best Tips, Tricks: How To Keep Your Email Secure

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aNewDomain.net — Anyone who uses email today is a prime candidate for theft. That’s a fact. You’ve got to take precautions to avoid anything bad happening to you or your email. Here are some ideas. Take me, for example. One day I started getting a whole slew of direct messages from my friends on Twitter. […]
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Social Engineering: The New Face of Security Breaches

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Social engineering can be a scary thing. Our Lamont Wood poses five incredibly-likely scenarios in this first-person security piece.
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Bitcoin Security Loopholes: Analysis

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Bitcoin, the wildly exciting digital currency, has some key security loopholes. Read on to find out how to keep your Bitcoins safe.
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Freeware Friday: Dashlane Manages Password Overload

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Sandy Berger reviews our Freeware Friday app pick Dashlane, a simple security program that helps maintain all the passwords you use on the Internet.
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Protect Your Data and Communications with Cryptocat

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Protecting your privacy online is gold these days. Mat Lee reviews Cryptocat, a plugin that can help keep your data and communications safe.
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UniKey, a New Lock at Your Fingertips

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Cassandra Chin looks at UniKey, a new smartphone-based locking system that competes in the home automation security market.
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David Michaelis: Obama’s PRISM Paradox, Time to Calibrate

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There are tradeoffs for 100 percent security, according to President Obama. The biggest issue with PRISM is that no one ever asked Americans whether they were willing to give a way their privacy and data. It's a false paradox, says our political columnist David Michaelis. And it's a false paradox. Read more here ...
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YouTube MOOC, Two Factor Security: Yet Another Tech Show YATS

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Everything you thought you knew but maybe didn't consider about out of band two-factor authentication. It's Yet Another Tech Show. And it rocks. Hosted by our Mat Lee, its home is here at aNewDomain.net.
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