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Submission + - mozilla CEO threatens anonymous mozilla employee for anti-SJW comment (

An anonymous reader writes: The Verge reports an impending witchhunt for criticizing a departed diversity-focused employee. The CEO explains he will fire the employee (if found) for "hate speech": "I'm talking about when you start saying 'someone's kind doesn't belong here, and we'll all be happy when they're gone.'", referring to the anonymous commenter, whose kind doesn't belong there, and the CEO will be happy when he/she is gone.

Submission + - Google says gmail is not private (

An anonymous reader writes: In a court filing, google states that gmail users have no legitimate expectation of privacy.

Submission + - motorola is listening (

An anonymous reader writes: At least one Motorola/Google recent model phone is found to phone home, including email addresses & passwords, social network activity, and lots of other sensitive info. Discovery involved a reverse-engineering technique involving a MITM https proxy.

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