Tag: privacy

What you need to know about StingRays

After multiple MDIs (mobile device identifier) also known as “StingRays” have been uncovered around Canada, the RCMP have come forward and admitted to using the controversial phone tracking technology to track criminals and kidnap victims. So what is a Stingray and how does it affect your privacy?

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Net neutrality takes effect in U.S.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the U.S. regulator of radio, television, wire, satellite and cable communications, has voted to adopt statutes that will level out the playing field for Internet service providers (ISPs). All corporations and Internet users will be considered equal, meaning large ISPs will be unable to continue to pay for prioritized speed and data access. This also overturns state laws that were implemented to protect ISPs from local competition. The Internet will be considered a public service.

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