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Design june 3, 2016

$14,000 Smartphone Offers The Strongest Privacy Protection Available

A smartphone aimed at international business people who carry sensitive information

Design may 23, 2016

Personalized Machine Learning Now Sits In Your Back Pocket

Snips is an AI platform looking to streamline the way you live your life

[Insight] How IBM is harnessing Watson artificial intelligence to improve cybersecurity
The internet’s history of censorship is shaping our future rules of free speech (Verge)
Syndicated april 7, 2016

Apple At 40: Privacy, Software, New Device Frontiers Are Key Challenges

Pioneering firm is hoping to avoid a midlife crisis, while staying relevant

Design february 29, 2016

Stick Your Head in a Helmet for Open Office Privacy

These giant hats compress your office into a quiet zone around your head

How self-driving cars may simplify commutes, but at the expense of privacy (Atlantic)
How aerial surveillance has changed policing in urban areas (NYT)
People are more comfortable sharing private health data with phones than with doctors (NYT Magazine)
Educating consumers on the surveillance threats posed by IoT (Kernel)
Mobile february 19, 2016

Swap Out Your Waterproof Phone Case for a Hacker-Proof One

This privacy guard aims to make your phone insusceptible to data breaches

Mobile january 22, 2016

Trend Watch: Veiled Communication

The apps paving way for more discreet mobile messaging

Mobile december 18, 2015

Self-Destruction and Access-Control Tools Are the New Security Standard

Ephemeral systems regulate sensitive information and reinforce privacy

Mobile december 17, 2015

How Privacy Controls Ease Consumer Data Concerns

Companies like Google are giving consumers options to control what information is shared with whom and how

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