This simple advice will help to protect you against hackers and government surveillance.
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The government uses the list to ensure products and software are not purchased.
The attack can be run remotely on a target device without running code on the system.
Anyone could watch and listen to the live stream from the internet-connected smart camera.
Academics say Dropbox violated their privacy by sharing anonymized data with researchers.
The warnings aim to push sites to adopt HTTPS to prevent snooping.
The researchers claimed they could see "every Dropbox folder associated with a given researcher."
207 million transactions are public — and anyone can search them.
Each record contains a voter's name, address, and "calculated" political affiliation.
Right now, the government can read your six-month-old emails without a warrant.