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Advertising Data Experts: Why Privacy Is An Unreasonable Expectation [PSFK 2014]

Brands must learn to partner with consumers to get them to volunteer their data.

Innovation 'Watch Dogs' Game Gives Players Powers Like The NSA

Ubisoft's new game features a hacker who can access people's personal information and control public transport.

Home How Phone Call Metadata Could Reveal Your Private Life

Stanford researchers prove that even a quick phone call can provide enough detail to identify individuals.

9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Overstock reports $30k in Bitcoin transactions per day, NSA has plans to infect “millions” of computers, and other top stories today.

Design Anti-NSA Nametag Turns The Body Into A Picketing Tool [Video]

Open-sourced project confronts government policy by putting users' private communicate on display.

Technology NSA-Sensitive App Alerts People When Their Phones Are Being Tracked

Researchers have developed a new app that notifies people whenever an Android app is tracking their location.

Design PSFK’s Trending Topic: Best Anti-NSA Activism Hacks

Designers, developers and businesses are coming up with secure technologies that allow users to take control of their privacy rights.

Luxury 12 Stories You Need to Know Today

A huge electric call recall, a new way to join nonprofits, brands accused of using harmful chemicals and more.

Work How History Created Today's Surveillance-Based Business Model

Passive data collection is the culmination of years of debate that reach back to before the Internet age.

Gaming & Play Surveillance Agencies Take Aim At Online Gaming Communities

The NSA and its UK sister agency GCHQ, in a relatively late move, are using undercover agents to probe into virtual game environments.

Technology Haiku Generator Invents Poems Based On NSA Key Words

Haiku generator that creates bizarre poetries the government cannot help but flag and spy on.

Luxury 10 Stories You Need To Know Today

Flint will enable payment processing via camera phone, Samsung is fined by Taiwan, and YC startups are now worth a ton of money.

Advertising Fake Pro-NSA Billboards Challenge The Idea Of A Surveilled Internet [Pics]

BitTorrent takes responsibility for billboards that claim "The Internet Should Be Regulated," then defaces them.