Skype messages don’t get end-to-end encryption, says

Microsoft-owned Skype regularly scans the contents of Skype messages for signs of fraud, according to an Ars Technica report, and company managers may log the results indefinitely. If true, that means the belief that Skype offers end-to-end encryption under the communicator’s control is false.

A Conspiracy To Commit Journalism: The Justice Dept. vs. Fox News reporter James

Trevor Timm at a Freedom of the Press Foundation writes: “Last night, the Washington Post reported on a little known leak case involving former State Department official Stephen Kim. In an alarming new extreme, the Justice Department and FBI finger argue there’s “probable cause to believe” Fox News reporter James Rosen “has committed or is […]

Google: No Search Engine Is Completely Objective

Today?s Google Webmaster Help video gets a little philosophical. Matt Cutts takes on the question: How can Google be confident with their SERPs, when relying on inherently subjective signals that influence which sites display (i.e. using human ?quality raters? to ?
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