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Would you let a stranger browse your mobile phone? – 2nd of August 2015

What’s new on Cybersalon.org

Surveillance Report by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) – a new voice in the debate read here

This week on the internet…

RUSI shows conservative bias by appointing William Hague as chairman – read in The Guardian

Would you let stranger to browse your phone? Dr Aaron Balicks experiments – read  mindswork.co.uk
20 years of Women in Tech – are we going backwards?

Some sharp words of warning from Wendy M Grossman – read pelicancrossing.net

Google not giving up as the company mounts a new challenge against EU Right To Be Forgotten – the plot thickens read at politico.eu
Cooking for Copyrights?  Read why Ozzies have taken to cooking according to old, unpublished recipes in a fight against absurd copyright laws – read at mashable.com

Cybersalon in videos

Demos’s Demands – Carl Miller argues for “normals” and activists to be included in Surveillance Oversight – House Of Commons short video

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