Pwnie Express teamed up with NPR and ARS Technica for an in-depth analysis of the privacy gaps in the Internet today in support of a Morning Edition series about the state of Internet privacy a year after the Snowden/NSA revelations.
Approached by Ars Technica editor and long-time Pwnie fan Sean Gallagher and by Steve Henn of NPR, our founder and CTO Dave Porcello agreed to “spy” on Steve Henn for a month and see what private information he could actually glean.
Below, you can find links with more information about the experiment for the NPR series on Morning Edition. You’ll also find various resources to help you get better informed about privacy online.
NPR’s Morning Edition Project Eavesdrop: What Passive Surveillance Collects
NPR’s Morning Edition Project Eavesdrop: How Will Tech Companies Protect Your Data From Snooping?
- Link to the show
Final Recap of NPR’s Morning Edition Episode 548: Project Eavesdrop
Creating a Way For Businesses to Deal With Privacy Problems, by Paul Paget, Pwnie Express CEO
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