MelMagazine: This Is What Happens When Your Internet Provider Knows Which Porn Sites You Visit

Read the full article by Lynsey G. on MelMagazine.com. When I heard last week that Congress had voted to repeal restrictions that would’ve prohibited internet service providers (ISPs) from monitoring and selling users’ browsing histories, locations, app usage,...
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XBIZ: So, What’s the Real ‘Public Health Crisis’?

Read the full column by Eric Paul Leue on XBIZ.com The “public health crisis” strategy may seem ludicrous: a religious ideologue dressed in a lab coat … and in some ways, it is. No reputable scientific organization has endorsed the supposed epidemic and the supposed...
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Engadget: Increased encryption will help keep porn browsing private

Read the full article by Richard Lawler on Engadget.com The Center for Democracy and Technology, as well as the adult industry trade group Free Speech Coalition issued a brief (PDF) explaining why now is the time for members to switch to HTTPS. using secure...
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Washington Post: It’s easy to spy on the kind of porn being watched. But that’s starting to change.

Read the full article by Andrea Peterson on Washingtonpost.com Porn sites are some of the most visited places on the Internet, but many of them lack a basic security feature long used to keep everything from your online banking to your email safe from prying eyes....
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Wired.com: The Quest to Make Porn Sites More Secure

Read the full article by Brian Barret on Wired.com You don’t have to look especially far to prove that out. Ashley Madison isn’t a porn site, but it trades in adult (or more specifically, adulterous) themes. The leak of its member information over a year ago had...
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