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Mail Providers and NSA Surveilance

By June 24, 2013October 14th, 2021Blog


Welcome back to the Weekly Roundup! This regular publication of email security news is released each Monday to ensure you’re up to date on all the latest news surrounding email security, recapping current email exploits and giving you the knowledge necessary to properly secure your proprietary information and confidential data. This is the June 24, 2013 edition, detailing how most mail providers leave their systems accessible to NSA surveillance, information about the Facebook security bug that has compromised 6M users’ email addresses and phone numbers, and much more.

Enjoy, and be sure to check back next week!

How Web Mail Providers Leave the Door Open For NSA Surveillance

It’s Beyond Ridiculous That Email (But Not Mail) Has Been Left Out of Privacy Laws

Here’s the Security Breach Email Facebook is Sending to 6M Users

Yahoo Recycling Old Email Raising Security Concerns

Email Snooping Corralled In Texas, Other States May Follow

Phishing Scams Increase by 87 Percent Worldwide: Report

Don’t Believe the ‘Google Award’ Email Scam

You’ve Got Mail: USPS Phishing Scheme

Scam: Security fix for Hacked Email

WARNING: Fake Maria Ressa Email, Fake Website