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To Join or Not to join? Protecting Your Privacy on Clubhouse

Yet to be released to the general public, the invite-only social networking app Clubhouse has been making headlines since its launch in April 2020. Founded by ex-Google employee Rohan Seth and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Paul Davison, Clubhouse received a $12 million investment from the VC firm Andreessen Horowitz after just two months of existence. A […]

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Commerce Department’s first-ever privacy meeting underwhelms

Hundreds of the privacy-aware population showed at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA)  first-ever public meeting on mobile privacy last week.  The meeting highlighted that we have a long way to go, and that there’s a great need to move conversation into action. The NTIA, part of the Department of Commerce, is the Executive […]

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