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Google Tracks Location Data Even When Users Turn Service Off, AP Report Finds

By Emily McCormick August 13, 2018, 11:45 AM EDT Updated on August 13, 2018, 2:16 PM EDT Google’s smartphone services store users’ locations even when privacy settings are adjusted...

Watch how Rachel Tobac hacks an election Machine @defcon

Rachel Tobac‏ @RachelTobac FollowFollow @RachelTobac https://twitter.com/RachelTobac/status/1028437783050776576?s=19 At @defcon hacking conference and just learned how easy it is to physically gain admin access on a voting machine that is used...

Hackers could use fax machines to take over entire networks, researchers warn

In an age of instant communication over the internet, the fax machine is seen as an archaic piece of technology. But it could potentially...

Morgan Templar, #InfoGov18 Speaker Interview Series

We’re pleased to bring you a series of interviews with some of the presenters at The Information Governance Conference 2018. The Information Governance Conference is...

Welcome Listserv Members!

Welcome Listserv Members! Welcome to IG GURU – www.igguru.net! Peter, Marc, and the founders of the Listserv did a fantastic job providing a community and forum...

The call for speaking proposals is open! – IAPP

Global Privacy Summit 2019 Certification Training April 30-May 1 Active Learning May 1 Conference May 2-3 WASHINGTON, DC Do you have expertise to share on the Summit stage? The recent...

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