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Unwanted Quadcopters? This Service Lets You Designate Your Home A Drone-Free-Zone

“No Fly Zone” is a new service to keep your airspace free from unmanned intruders

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We may not have those jet packs promised to us by optimistic futurists so many decades ago, but we do live in a world where miniature flying robots have become almost commonplace.

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The timing couldn’t have been more perfect—as Edward Snowden remains trapped in a Russian airport terminal while talking heads debate whether his leaking information about the NSA’s secret surveillance program (PRISM) was heroic or criminal, the riveting documentary “Terms And Conditions May Apply” (TACMA) begins releasing to mainstream audiences, asking the question: Is privacy dead?

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How to Stop the NSA's Sweeping Surveillance of Your Online Data

George Orwell's vision of "Big Brother" is feeling less and less like science fiction—especially after yesterday's shocking news that the U.S....

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FTC: Hey Businesses, Faces Aren't Just Data

Maybe it sounds a little science-fiction-y, but even the government is ready to talk about risks of facial recognition technology.

Maybe it sounds a little science-fiction-y, but even the government is ready to talk about facial recognition technology, the risks it poses and etiquette (but not laws) surrounding it.

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