‘Privacy’ Archive

Microsoft’s Windows 10 breaches privacy law, says Dutch DPA

The Dutch data protection authority has concluded that Microsoft’s Windows 10

How “anonymous” wifi data can still be a privacy risk

The thorny issue of tracking of location data without risking individual

Apple starts collecting browsing data in Safari using its differential privacy tech

Today’s public release of macOS High Sierra brings with it some

RCMP used cellphone tracking technology unlawfully 6 times, says privacy watchdog

The RCMP used cellphone-tracking technology in a way that was “not

Senator Franken asks Apple for privacy guarantees around FaceID data

A friendly letter from Senator Al Franken (D-MN) to Apple requests

iPhone X’s Face ID raises security and privacy questions

The new top-of-the-range iPhone does away with the home button and

Unity CEO John Riccitiello on Apple’s big event, privacy, and the AR apps we’ll see within the year

Presumably, it would be good for business to speak on stage

Google redesigns its privacy and security dashboard

Google today announced a refresh of its privacy and security dashboard,

Uber to end controversial post-trip tracking as part of privacy drive

Uber is set to reverse a controversial decision to collect users’

India’s Supreme Court rules that privacy is a fundamental right for citizens

India’s universal identification program — Aadhaar — suffered a setback today

How Facebook prioritizes privacy when you die

Should your parents be able to read your Facebook messages if

Crunch Report | Uber Agrees to 20 Years of Privacy Audits

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