Signal Responds To Protest Surveillance With New Blur Tool - ThreatWire

published 1 month ago by Shannon Morse

Anti-Surveillance Tips From A Hacker - How To Protect Your Phone Data and Not Be Tracked - Want Zoom E2E Encryption? Pay Up. Signal Responds To Protest Surveillance, and Google Faces a $5 Billion Fine! All that coming up now on ThreatWire. #threatwire #hak5 Links:Support me on alternative platforms! Shop ThreatWire Merch! - -- subscribe to my tech channel! ThreatWire is only possible because of our Patreon patrons! Links:Zoom Encryption / Updates: //www.cyberscoop.com/zoom-flaws-cisco-talos-encryption/ //www.cnet.com/news/zoom-wont-add-encryption-to-free-calls-so-it-can-work-with-law-enforcement/ //twitter.com/alexstamos/status/1268061793273868288 Signal: //www.cnet.com/news/dea-reportedly-authorized-to-conduct-covert-surveillance-of-george-floyd-protests/ //signal.org/blog/blur-tools/ //www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1D3fdyU9ZE Google: //www.reuters.com/article/us-alphabet-google-privacy-lawsuit/google-faces-5-billion-lawsuit-in-u-s-for-tracking-private-internet-use-idUSKBN23933H //www.zdnet.com/article/google-opens-up-advanced-protection-program-to-nest-devices/ Photo credit:   -----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆-----☆Our Site → → → → Us → Wire RSS → Wire iTunes → Host: Shannon Morse → Darren Kitchen → Mubix →

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