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It's already proven to be a hot topic for debate, but does the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 do what it's supposed to?

http://bit.ly/2NOpeQc
Does California
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Apple and Alphabet, Google's parent company, are facing fresh questions from Congress over privacy and their use of customer data.

http://bit.ly/2uciZgL
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How do you feel about police forces using facial recognition technology—especially when that tech is developed by Amazon?

http://bit.ly/2tW3dX0
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It's easy to miss the most important privacy and security news—but don't worry, we've got your back with our monthly news round up!

http://bit.ly/2KJhhJV
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Last week, South Korea's biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb, confirmed that hackers had made off with a huge amount of cryptocoins. Should these exchanges be subject to licenses to protect user investments?

http://bit.ly/2tvvmnX
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California's 40 million residents might soon have #NetNeutrality protections in place, if these two Senators get their way.

http://bit.ly/2JYagVg
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The long-running battle between Apple and law enforcement agencies over user privacy might be about to get serious again.

http://bit.ly/2JQsQyF
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Just a little reminder that losing #NetNeutrality doesn't just leave the internet open to unfair content promotion and overcharging—it also affects your #privacy too.

http://bit.ly/2sTcEGi
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Today, the FCC's #netneutrality rules expire.

From today, ISPs have the power to change the internet—for the worse.

Call or email your representative today and make your feelings known. We need net neutrality.
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On Monday, the FCC's #NetNeutrality protections end.

But can the Senate offer a ray of hope for the future of the internet?

http://bit.ly/2JuxS3w
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