Apple postpones unveiling privacy feature on iPhones as apps complain about ad revenue loss
Facebook has said that the privacy feature in iOS 14 would deliver a blow to many apps at a time that they are struggling amid coronavirus.
Facebook expresses concern about privacy—of its employees, says EU probe goes too far
The company says the wording of commission requests casts a net so wide it will haul in Facebook employees’ private messages and more.
Zoom introduces security measures to ensure there is no more Zoombombing
Last week’s embarrassing hacking of official group calls by naked men exposed the lack of security in the videoconferencing web app
Exhibition in China reflects on loss of anonymity to recognition technology
It offers a rare public space for reflection on increasingly pervasive surveillance by tech companies and the government.
Govt was fully aware of snoopgate, want thorough probe: Mamata Banerjee
Countering chief minister's remarks, BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said it is habit of Mamata Banerjee govt to spy on others.
In second alert, WhatsApp informed breach of 121 Indians: sources
This was the second alert after May which was sent by WhatsApp to the Indian authorities about the privacy breach.
Kaspersky’s solution aims to combat security/privacy risks from civilian drones
The mass adoption of this revolutionary technology could be affected by the negative connotations often associated with drones.
Google offers incognito mode for Maps in privacy push
Google has raced to launch a slew of privacy-related features as the search giant and social media companies face heat from users.
Google says its making user audio recording storage from its assistant more secure
This follows after months of questioning & suspicion by privacy activists as well as the media over AI using companies' privacy measures.
Threesome app exposes 1.5 million users’ data from White House to 10 Downing Street
3Fun has been categorized as being “probably the worst security for any dating app ever seen.”