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Tech Tips: Facebook Ads, Tracking And You

NEW YORK (AP) — If you use Facebook, the specific ads you see have been based mostly on what you do on Facebook — your profile information, status updates, likes and interests. That’s changing. The […]


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Utah Lawmakers Pushing For More Privacy Protections To Limit Police Use Of Drones

Utah is joining other states that have waded into the debate over unmanned aerial systems by courting the fast-growing industry while at the same time pushing for more privacy protections to limit local police use of drones.


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Few Turn Out For Privacy Protests

Hot temperatures didn’t deter a handful of protesters in Nevada who voiced concerns over government snooping and individual privacy.


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NV Senate Advances Cellphone Tracking Bill

The Nevada Senate has approved a bill designed to give law enforcement quicker access to cellphone locations in times of emergency.


(Photo KXNT TJSmith) A police surveillance camera keeps an eye on things at the corner of East Fremont and 15th.

Big Brother or Safety Enhancement?

Will closed circuit television cameras on the strip be an enhancement to tourism? We asked the residents of the East Fremont corridor, where surveillance cameras already dot the landscape.

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“Logging On With Kristen Flowers”

Most Las Vegans are on Facebook but the hacker group Anonymous is threatening to “kill” Facebook. Should we be worried?

FM News 100.5 KXNT–08/11/2011

Facebook Is Trying To Protect Your Privacy

Security experts complained — and Facebook listened.


Do Your Taxes On Your Smartphone

  There’s an app coming out today that will allow smartphones to file taxes.


Zuckerberg "Time" Magazine "Person of the Year"

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been selected as “Time” magazine’s “Person of the Year.” 


Did Google "Street View" Break The Law?

The Feds are taking a close look at Google’s “Street View” — and it isn’t to see if they can find their neighbors’ homes.