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What would a "privacy-focused" Facebook look like?

by Marketplace Staff Mar 7, 2019
CEO Mark Zuckerberg has laid out a new vision for the company.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
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Tech trends to watch in 2017

by Molly Wood Dec 22, 2016
Encryption, voice commands and 'intelligent things' will be big in the new year.
The Amazon Echo Dot uses voice activated technology. 
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Encryption apps see growth after election

by Stephanie Hughes and Ben Johnson Nov 16, 2016
Signal, which features end-to-end encryption, has seen 400 percent growth since the election.
Signal uses end-to-end encryption so that no one can read your messages.
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Google Chrome is going to crack the whip on unprotected websites

by Gigi Douban Nov 4, 2016
The Google Chrome security team is getting tough on websites that are not encrypted. Those are the ones without the HTTPS at the beginning of its URL. Anyone looking at what you’re doing online on that site can capture all…
Google says it will start marking unsecure websites in January.
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Unlocking iPhones spells money, and lots of it

by Kai Ryssdal and Ben Johnson Mar 29, 2016
Unlocking smartphones could be a nice money-maker for encryption companies.

NAND mirroring could be key to unlocking terrorist's phone

by Molly Wood Mar 23, 2016
'Groundhog Day' helps explain the new method the government may be using to hack into the device.
NAND mirroring can grant a user unlimited tries at guessing a phone's passcode.
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The FBI may not need Apple's help to unlock an iPhone after all

by Molly Wood Mar 22, 2016
Johns Hopkins professor Matthew Green broke the encryption on the iMessage system.

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Encryption spreads as Apple battles the FBI

by Adriene Hill Mar 14, 2016
Companies are beefing up protections for users to better compete for our business
rotesters demonstrate outside the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters building in Washington, DC, February 23, 2016, objecting to the US government attempt to put a backdoor into the Apple iPhone. 
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Apple scores legal victory in New York

by Andy Uhler Mar 1, 2016
A federal judge in New York didn't buy a government argument to open up an iPhone.

Can you encrypt data? Then I've got a job for you!

by Nova Safo Feb 25, 2016
The cybersecurity sector is experiencing a boom, and engineers are in high demand.
A protester holds up an iPhone that reads, 'No Entry' outside of the the Apple store on 5th Avenue on February 23, 2016 in New York City. Protesters gathered to support Apple's decision to resist the FBI's pressure to build a 'backdoor' to the iPhone of Syed Rizwan, one of the two San Bernardino shooters.
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