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Researchers at Columbia Engineering are developing a new tool named XRay which aims to combat what they see as “data frenzy” and is “a first step in understanding how personal data is being used on web services.”
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Two tech world giants - Yahoo and Google - have put rivalry aside in an attempt to introduce a new joint email encryption system.
Google’s role in the arrest of a Houston, Texas man on child pornography charges has revealed that the Mountain View, California-based tech giant is quietly scanning its users’ emails for signs of illegal content.
Firedrive, a leading secure cloud storage service, today announced the release of its new Firedrive mobile website, updated with features optimized for mobile device users.
Seen as a defeat for internet privacy advocates, a US District Court judge has approved a warrant to access the entire contents of a Gmail account owned by a person being investigated for their involvement in a money laundering scheme.
When thinking about the end of your life, most people think of living wills in terms of medical care, and final wills in terms of the distribution of assets. But have you considered your digital assets and who should have access to them after your death?
Firedrive, a leading secure cloud storage service, today announced the debut of its new Firedrive for Gmail™ extension, available immediately for download.
On Tuesday Google reaffirmed its commitment to security with the creation of a new, well-staffed team dubbed Project Zero.
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