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Luluvise shows where your data can end up

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Women-only social network Luluvise lets its members rate the men they've dated – but should they be posting personal sensitive data without the men's permission?Luluvise describes itself as "a social network for women". It's loved by the technology media, racking up plenty of friendly articles since its launch late last...
Luluvise shows where your data can end up
Big data + cloud computing = $25M from Silicon Valley’s biggest VCs

IBM bans Siri on its networks over worries that Apple may store sensitive data

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Worried that Apple may be able to store sensitive queries and potential company secrets, IBM has put the kibosh on the use of Siri on its networks, Wired reports. IBM CIO Jeanette Horan confirmed that Big Blue had imposed the restriction, telling the publication that the company “worries that the spoken...
IBM bans Siri on its networks over worries that Apple may store sensitive data

In Mobile Apps, Free Ain’t Free, But Cambridge University Has A Plan To Fix It

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The issue of information privacy around free services like some mobile apps and social networks has often been met with a rebuttal from the other side of the argument: if the service is free, you the user are the product, and so you shouldn’t be surprised when your information is...
In Mobile Apps, Free Ain’t Free, But Cambridge University Has A Plan To Fix It

Cloud Security: DataLocker Lets You Encrypt Your Sensitive Dropbox Files For Free

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We’re all becoming increasingly reliant on consumer cloud services, as cloud storage providers like Dropbox make it easy to share and store files, folders, images, sync between platforms, and more. They make our lives easier, but because they store an enormous amount of potentially sensitive data, there are some inherent...
Cloud Security: DataLocker Lets You Encrypt Your Sensitive Dropbox Files For Free

Averail Raises $6M To Help Enterprises Share Documents On Mobile Devices

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Stealthy startup Averail has raised $6 million in Series A funding led by Foundation Capital and Storm Ventures. In addition, the company has appointed Paul Holland, General Partner at Foundation Capital, and Tae Hea Nahm, Managing Director at Storm Ventures, to its Board of Directors. While some of the details...
Averail Raises $6M To Help Enterprises Share Documents On Mobile Devices
CloudLock aims to bring PCI compliance to Google Drive
SpiderOak: Dropbox for the security obsessive

Stripe attracts $18M in funding at $100M valuation

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Stripe, an online-payment system company going after PayPal, is said to have raised $18 million at $1oo million valuation from Sequoia Capital and other investors, Bloomberg reported Thursday. The deal has not been finalized but a few unnamed sources revealed that Sequoia was responsible for $17 million of the funding. Lawyer Michael...
Stripe attracts $18M in funding at $100M valuation

Mobile app security startup Appthority raises $6.25m from Venrock, USVP

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With smartphone penetration rising worldwide, resulting in the unstoppable increase in downloads and available distribution channels for available mobile apps, businesses can no longer afford to not think about riding the mobile wave. But there is a certain degree of risk involved with using mobile applications in an enterprise environment,...
Mobile app security startup Appthority raises $6.25m from Venrock, USVP

DARPA Director Regina Dugan Leaves Defense Department For Google

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Today brings some rather high-profile recruiting from Google: the director of DARPA, the Department of Defense’s research arm, is leaving after three years of heading the agency to join Google at a “senior executive position.” The news comes from a DARPA spokesman, who reports that Dugan felt she couldn’t refuse...
DARPA Director Regina Dugan Leaves Defense Department For Google
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