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Security

A 4 post collection


The Surveillance State

 •  Filed under Links, Security

Intrusive snooping by the government or a necessary action?

The legislation in question is called the Investigatory Powers Bill. It’s been cleared by politicians and awaits only the formality of royal assent before it becomes law. The bill will legalize the UK’s global surveillance program, which scoops up communications data from around the world, but it will also introduce new domestic powers, including a government database that stores the web history of every citizen in the country. UK spies will be empowered to hack individuals, internet infrastructure, and even whole towns — if the government deems it necessary.

The UK Is About To Wield Unprecedented Surveillance Powers - Here's What It Means by The Verge

1Password for Families

 •  Filed under Security, Software, Links

AgileBits have announced their new plan for families.

It’s never been easier to share 1Password with your whole family. There’s no sync service to set up, vaults appear automatically, and there’s an Admin Console where you can invite people and manage sharing with your family.

Every family member gets their own copy of 1Password, and their own personal space to store private information. With this, you can give them the tools they need to stay safe without taking away their independence.

Introducing 1Password for Families

1Password itself is an excellent tool, but this just makes it so much better.

Point

 •  Filed under Security

Interesting new idea for home security. I would be interested to see how accurate it is.