On Monday, President Trump signed a bill passed by Congress that allows internet service providers to sell customers’ browsing history, thus jeopardizing consumer privacy in favor of profit.
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It would be outrageous if a federal law enforcement agency asked a lock maker to create a master key that would open the locks to millions of homes, and give that key to the agency.
Republican Congressman Lamar S. Smith has rallied his party around a bill that makes the online activity of every American available to police and attorneys upon request.
As Americans, we sometimes have a false sense of security. We expect our phone calls to be heard only by the person on the other end of the line, and an occasional little brother listening through another phone.
More than 6,500 known Web sites on the Internet are designed to invade computers, but there are many ways to stop them.
I know that I am not alone when I say Big Brother has been getting a little too nosy over the last few years. Sure, I may sound a wee bit paranoid, but I can’t be the first person to wonder if her telephone conversations were being recorded or if that flower delivery truck parked […]
Senate approval of a national ID card this week offers a false sense of security for the American people and will cause more damage than good.
This fall semester, the University of La Verne has taken new safety precautions to ensure the security of its students.