TMO Daily Observations 2016-05-03: Privacy Criminals, Cheap iTunes Gift Cards

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The Department of Justice will soon be able to target computers using a VPN or TOR Web browsers with search warrants. Bryan Chaffin joins Jeff Gamet to discuss the implications of the changes, and has a tip on how to save money on iTunes gift cards.

TMO Daily Observations 2016-05-03: Privacy Criminals, Cheap iTunes Gift Cards

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BurmaYank

You can read a little more about this news in my Comment to Jeff’s April 28 article, “House Passes Email Search Warrant Bill”:

“Meanwhile, in another (Washington DC) world, (just FYI)”:

“FBI may soon be allowed to hack computers anywhere in the world” - A Supreme Court rule change will greatly expand the FBI’s hacking capability, civil liberties groups have warned.” (Zack Whittaker, ZDNet/Zero Day | April 29, 2016):

“The Supreme Court has approved a rule change that will allow US judges to issue search warrants for accessing computers and devices in any jurisdiction.

That would greatly expand the FBI’s hacking capability, say civil liberties groups, who are opposing the planned change…”

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