Tagged With Privacy

Australia’s largest cryptocurrency exchange accidentally exposed the names and emails of 270,000 customers



Amazon faces a privacy backlash for its Footpath feature, which turns Alexa devices into neighbourhood WiFi networks that owners have to opt out of



Microsoft's new 'Productivity Score' lets your boss track how much you use email, Teams, and even whether you turn your camera on during meetings



No, Twitter doesn't send notifications when you take fleet screenshots — here's what you need to know



Apple and Facebook are at each other's throats over who exploits user data more


How to delete your Siri history on any Apple device, so that Apple won't save and analyse your voice files


The US military reportedly bought location data mined from a popular Muslim prayer app to track users for 'counterterrorism'


The Pentagon published cartoons depicting Russian hackers as silly bears in order to infuriate them, according to a report


Apple illegally tracks iPhone users to target them with ads, EU privacy activism group claims in lawsuit


What is doxxing? Here's what you need to know, including how to protect your personal information



Police are tapping into residents' Ring doorbells and home security cameras to stream 24/7 live video


Zoom reaches settlement with the FTC over allegations it misled customers about video-call encryption


California just passed a major privacy law that will make it harder for Facebook and Google to track people and gather data


Tech companies promised schools an easy way to detect cheaters during the pandemic. Students responded by demanding schools stop policing them like criminals in the first place.



The UK privacy watchdog's ruling against Experian is a warning to data brokers that hoover up personal details


Mark Zuckerberg claimed Apple's planned privacy protections could hurt small businesses and economic recovery 'in 2021 and beyond'


Police in all 50 states are using secret tools to break into locked phones — and they're using them for cases as low-level as shoplifting, records show


The US and 6 other countries are pressuring tech companies to weaken encryption and make it easier for police to snoop on apps like iMessage or WhatsApp