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Privacy

72 hours only: 28% off an annual plan for Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day (DPD) began in 2008 and is held every year on January 28th. As the big day approaches this Monday and buzz continues around Kim Dotcom’s Mega, we are excited to keep privacy front and center. Embrace ‘Zero-Knowledge’ Privacy for Data Privacy Day with our 72 hour special promotion: 28% off ALL Yearly […]

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Introducing ZKPAs: Privacy is a part of security

Most of you have probably caught on by now that 2013 is ‘The Year of Privacy’. One of many reasons is we’ve just launched our ‘Zero-Knowledge Privacy Ambassador’ (ZKPA) program. We now have nine impressive ZKPAs from around the world who we want to introduce you to in the coming weeks. You will find these […]

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The first Privacy Roundup of 2013

Another year has passed and we are ushering in another year of technological breakthroughs, computer crashes, storage problems and of course security and privacy issues. Fortuitous then that we bring you the first privacy roundup of the new year, filled with informative and interesting news from around our globe. As usual you will find a […]

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Introducing Privacy MadLibs: Win Free Storage

Some of us here at SpiderOak loved the game MadLibs when we were younger. If you remember, MadLibs are silly word games that create a new story by changing a few selected words. That is what we want you to do to the text below… HOW TO PLAY All you have to do is submit […]

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Privacy Roundup – Holiday Edition

In time for the Holiday Season we bring you the 4th edition of our ‘Privacy Roundup’. We are happy to report that the end of 2012 has brought with it a focus on privacy in Washington and can only hope it is a sign for things to come in the new year. In the meantime […]

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It’s time to kill ‘online’. And buy clean milk.

As someone who has been ‘online’ since the early 90′s, listening to the emerging conversation around privacy, security, and integrity makes me want to flip a virtual table. Having managed and built such sexy things as ‘direct marketing and selection systems’ for longer than I care to admit, I can honestly say that the argument […]

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Looking For A Few Good Ambassadors…

This might not exactly qualify for a top secret mission though you can bet privacy is at the core of this operation. SpiderOak is launching a ‘Zero-Knowledge’ Privacy Ambassador program & We Want You! The ‘Zero-Knowledge’ Privacy Ambassador (or ZKPA) will help inform and educate people on the importance of preserving privacy in everyday online […]

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Privacy Roundup – 3rd Edition

Today we bring you another edition of our ‘Privacy Roundup’. I would enjoy reporting that our online privacy is moving toward a better place but as you will read below – this is not the case. Unfortunately it seems as though our civil liberties have to be violated before we take notice. However, it is […]

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How SpiderOak is Fighting for Privacy on the Legislative Level

Regardless of who wins the White House at the close of the election, we as Americans do need to think about how we are going to engage, relate, relinquish control of our privacy in this Internet age. Among the many advantages the Internet provides is the ability to collect, track and report on movements from […]

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Announcing the winners of our Halloween Photo Caption Contest: ‘Your Online Privacy’

It was hard for our team to choose three winners from last week’s Halloween Photo Caption Contest around the theme ‘Your Online Privacy.’ We’re happy to announce the top three that we felt best fit the criteria: #1 New iPad mini: Stephanie “This is Zara. She used to be a regular human being before her […]

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