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Customer Letter from Apple

Well done Apple and Tim Cook. Forcing a company to enable a backdoor would compromise users’ privacy and could allow hacking from bad actors.

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Customer Letter - Apple

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A Message from Apple to their customers
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5 tips to make your Facebook account safer

Here's the deal: I value my privacy and if you are publishing publicly on Facebook, then I won't ever click "like" on anything you post. Follow the tips listed here and change your privacy settings. You wouldn't just go up to a stranger in the street and start telling them about your life, so why would you want them to see your Facebook profile and timeline?

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5 tips to make your Facebook account safer

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Help better safeguard your Facebook profile with these 5 quick tips.
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Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant

Useful? Yes. Privacy? Ha! "iBeacons's a Bluetooth-based micro-locations system (think very accurate GPS that can be used indoors)"

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Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant

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Apple's iBeacons system will enable purchases, contextual marketing, automated check-ins and much more. And it's closer than you think.
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E-ZPasses Get Read All Over New York (Not Just At Toll Booths)

Always thought they could track us this way.

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E-ZPasses Get Read All Over New York (Not Just At Toll Booths)

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A New Jersey man did an analysis of the many ways his car could be tracked and stumbled upon something rather interesting: his E-ZPass, which he obtained for the purpose of paying tolls, was being used...
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