Related News: Verizon’s Mobile ‘Supercookies’ Seen as Threat to Privacy

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For the last several months, cybersecurity experts have been warning Verizon Wireless that it was putting the privacy of its customers at risk. The computer codes the company uses to tag and follow its mobile subscribers around the web, they said, could make those consumers vulnerable to covert tracking and profiling.

It looks as if there was reason to worry.

Source: MSN

Related News: Calif. Gov. Brown signs anti-revenge porn bill

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California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill outlawing so-called revenge porn and levying possible jail time for people who post naked photos of their exes after bitter breakups.

Senate Bill 255, which takes effect immediately, makes it a misdemeanor to post identifiable nude pictures of someone else online without permission with the intent to cause emotional distress or humiliation. The penalty is up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Source: MSN

Related News: Teen faces prison time after Facebook comment

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It’s probably not a good idea to post threats on Facebook to “shoot up a school full of kids,” even if you follow it up with “LOL” and “JK.” (“LOL” and “JK” is online speak for “laughing out loud” and “just kidding.”) Especially months after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

Source: MSN