“Unfortunately we have to terminate our tracker services due to a ‘copyright infringements’ lawsuit,” the site said in an announcement.
Pakistan: extreme censorship in the name of "obscenity" Pakistan has just blocked 13,000 "obscene" (read: "blasphemous" and "pornographic") websites.
Earlier, authorities had blocked popular portals like Facebook and You Tube but the move was criticized: Following protests, authorities began selectively blocking only pages that contained blasphemous and pornographic materials.
Helpfully, the EFF has also put together a user-beware gude for using dating websites.
They outline cautions about photo facial recognition, that Google can index your dating profiles, that sites such as Ok Cupid can leak your data to advertising partners, and the recent reminder from Grindr that mobile sites are riddled with exploitable security holes.
Or, at least make an informed decision about which sites you'll trust with your data and security.
The EFF has just published extensive reviews of data practices, standard encryption practices and retention terms from Ashley Madison, Zoosk, Plenty of Fish, e Harmony, Match, Adult Friend Finder, Ok Cupid and Lavalife.
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This edition of Sex Tech Weekly includes Valentine's Day warnings and tips for the tech-inclined single, obscenity is used as a foil for extreme internet censorship in Pakistan, a scary Facebook sexual predator, and more...