Category Archives: Privacy

iPhone data remains out of Government’s hands…for now

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As one of the world’s most popular tech companies and the single most widely used smartphone brand in the US, Apple understandably has users from all walks of life, both good and bad. The San Bernadino shooter falls into the latter category, committing an unspeakable act of terror against a… Read more »

Apple vs FBI – the battle for encryption, privacy & security

Apple vs FBI

  Our digital security is under attack; Apple vs FBI (FBiOS) is a battle for encryption, our fundamental right to privacy and against mass surveillance, cyber criminals, and terrorism. This storm has been publicly brewing since the 16th of February when a Californian court requested Apple to unlock an iPhone… Read more »

Encrypt email with Jumble’s easy to use plug-in

Why you should encrypt email Email is great – it allows you to communicate quickly and simply.  Unfortunately, with our lives being conducted more and more online criminals have moved online also and your email is prime target for them.  Every day criminals hack large numbers of email accounts to glean… Read more »

Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have ‘Nothing to Hide’ by Daniel J. Solove

We came across this really excellent article on the importance of privacy by Daniel J. Solove and simply had to share it! Daniel is passionate about privacy (much like ourselves) and explores the reasons why people aren’t interested in their privacy even though they should be concerned, very concerned…. http://bit.ly/1g551vD