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Twitter puts trillions of tweets up for sale to data miners - 18 mars 2015
Company plans to make content generated by users available to commerce, academia and even police involved in crowd control You are travelling by plane to see your newborn grandchild. As you board the aircraft, the cabin crew address you by name and congratulate you on the arrival of a bouncing baby boy. On your (...)

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The Technology that Unmasks Your Hidden Emotions - 4 février 2015
Using Psychology and Data Mining to Discern Emotions as People Shop, Watch Ads ; Breeding Privacy Concerns Paul Ekman, perhaps the world’s most famous face reader, fears he has created a monster. The 80-year-old psychologist pioneered the study of facial expressions in the 1970s, creating a catalog of more than (...)

Le visage, nouvelle empreinte digitale - 22 septembre 2014
La convergence de quantités de données disponibles, de solutions abordables de stockage dans le cloud, du data mining et d’outils de reconnaissance faciale nous rapprochent chaque jour d’un monde où chacun aura à sa disposition un moyen d’identifier n’importe qui, online et offline, à partir d’un identifiant unique : le (...)

Google filing says Gmail users have no expectation of privacy - 15 août 2013
In motion to dismiss a data-mining lawsuit, Web giant says people have "no legitimate expectation of privacy in information" voluntarily turned over to third parties. As if Edward Snowden hasn’t done enough to highlight how vulnerable electronic communications are to surveillance, Google has made it clear that (...)

Edward Snowden’s not the story. The fate of the internet is - 30 juillet 2013
The press has lost the plot over the Snowden revelations. The fact is that the net is finished as a global network and that US firms’ cloud services cannot be trusted Repeat after me : Edward Snowden is not the story. The story is what he has revealed about the hidden wiring of our networked world. This insight (...)

Facebook et le Graph Search : et si vos amis devenaient vos pires ennemis ? - 22 juillet 2013
"Graph Search", c’est le nom qui fait trembler toutes les associations de lutte pour la vie privée sur le web. Cette dernière fonctionnalité de Facebook est un moteur de recherche qui fournit une liste de gens répondant à des critères de recherches aussi sympas que l’âge, l’habitat, le travail mais aussi l’orientation (...)

GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications - 22 juin 2013
British spy agency collects and stores vast quantities of global email messages, Facebook posts, internet histories and calls, and shares them with NSA, latest documents from Edward Snowden reveal Britain’s spy agency GCHQ has secretly gained access to the network of cables which carry the world’s phone calls and (...)

Les services secrets britanniques espionnent Internet par les fibres optiques - 22 juin 2013
Le Guardian révèle, vendredi 21 juin, que les services secrets britanniques ont "secrètement accès" au réseau de câbles sous-marins reliant l’Amérique du Nord à l’Europe, et se servent de cet accès pour surveiller, analyser et partager avec la NSA le trafic internet qui y transite. Le journal britannique se base sur de (...)

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Big Brother Awards 2013 - 21 juin 2013
Publication des nominés.

De la NSA aux entreprises américaines, la nage en eaux troubles - 21 juin 2013
Les révélations autour de Prism ont jeté un nouvel éclairage sur la surveillance exercée par les États-Unis sur les données qui transitent par les serveurs des firmes américaines. Un article du New York Times s’attarde sur les relations troubles qui peuvent exister entre la pépinière de la Silicon Valley et la NSA, (...)

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Silicon Valley and Spy Agency Bound by Strengthening Web - 20 juin 2013
When Max Kelly, the chief security officer for Facebook, left the social media company in 2010, he did not go to Google, Twitter or a similar Silicon Valley concern. Instead the man who was responsible for protecting the personal information of Facebook’s more than one billion users from outside attacks went to (...)

PRISM data collection draws attention to consumer data tracking - 13 juin 2013
After news sources revealed that the U.S. government was obtaining phone and Internet data on ordinary Americans, journalist Dan Sinker made an ironic observation : Everyone is up in arms about PRISM, the National Security Agency program that allegedly gave the government access to several Internet companies’ (...)

Agnik mines data from vehicles - 10 juin 2013
You may not realize it, but your car has thousands of sensors quietly gathering information about your driving. An auto repair technician might tap into this trove of information by plugging a device into a port below the steering wheel and above the pedal to collect raw data on your vehicle’s health. Using these (...)

How the U.S. Uses Technology to Mine More Data More Quickly - 9 juin 2013
When American analysts hunting terrorists sought new ways to comb through the troves of phone records, e-mails and other data piling up as digital communications exploded over the past decade, they turned to Silicon Valley computer experts who had developed complex equations to thwart Russian mobsters intent on (...)

Face Recognition Study - FAQ - 23 avril 2013
We studied the consequences and implications of the convergence of three technologies : face recognition, cloud computing, and online social networks. Specifically, we investigated whether the combination of publicly available Web 2.0 data and off-the-shelf face recognition software may allow large-scale, (...)

FUD flies as Raytheon reveals social media analysis tool - 11 février 2013
Privacy crisis in progress as social media tracking again found to be intrusive Defence contractor Raytheon has developed a tool that can mine social media to track and predict individuals’ behaviour, according to The Guardian. A global “Big Sinister Defence Company Develops ’Google For Spies’ That Your Government (...)

Une société de défense crée un outil de traque sur les réseaux sociaux - 11 février 2013
L’analyse des réseaux sociaux n’intéresse pas que les experts en marketing. Dimanche 10 février, The Guardian a présenté un outil destiné aux gouvernements, capable de traquer les mouvements de personnes et de prédire leurs futures actions. Dans une vidéo obtenue par le journal, un expert de la firme américaine Raytheon – (...)

Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm - 11 février 2013
Raytheon’s Riot program mines social network data like a ’Google for spies’, drawing ire from civil rights groups A multinational security firm has secretly developed software capable of tracking people’s movements and predicting future behaviour by mining data from social networking websites. A video obtained by (...)

La cyberpropagande d’Obama et Romney - 3 novembre 2012
Appelant ses lecteurs à partager le mailing des deux candidats à la présidentielle américaine, le site ProPublica s’est lancé durant les derniers mois dans un projet sans précédant : prouver l’utilisation de fichiers personnels par Barack Obama et Mitt Romney. Mr et Mrs Sinker, mari et femme, assis sur un même canapé à (...)

Agencies that use Google services at risk of data-mining, tech group says - 2 novembre 2012
The privacy policies of Google and other tech firms could allow them to mine personal data held by government agencies that use cloud-based e-mail, database and document services, an industry group warned. The group,, a consortium of industry experts promoting safe government use of cloud services, (...)