Our privacy is under attack from governments and corporations around the world. Companies want to know our private information for profit, and governments want it for safety or control or more likely both. They'll fight to keep it.
That's just what happened to these privacy advocates. Ironically, or perhaps intentionally, one privacy advocate had his security compromised at a large privacy conference.
At the Circumvention Tech Festival last week in Valencia, Spain, one of the attendees made a shocking discovery. Jacob Appelbaum, one of the privacy leaders behind Tor, turned to the Internet to get some answers on the find, and the results were not good.