IPhone Anti-Tracking Tech in Upcoming iOS 14 Reportedly Reduces The Amount of Free Apps: Why is That?
Apple's iPhone will receive anti-tracking technology when its latest iOS14 software update comes out. This technology will allegedly make free apps reduce in number on the App Store. But why is that?
ProtonMail Teams Up With Tor To Fight Totalitarian Governments
Although statistics reveals that we´re living in a safer world, one of the bigger issues right now is how privacy is getting compromised by government, being the reason why companies as ProtonMail or Tor exist.
Technological Privacy Transcends From Personal To Economic Concerns
A very eminent professor at the Carnegie Mellon University, Alessandro Acquisti, has done remarkable work in the field of economics of privacy.
Tor Project Is Creating An Ultra Secure And Private Version Of Android
Privacy and security has been one of people´s main concerns over the past years, giving the fact that getting monitored has been a situation that has repeated without any way of avoiding it.
Users Are Signing To An Encrypted Email Provider After Trump´s Triumph
Companies as Google or Yahoo have provided users information to intelligence agencies all over the world. With Donald Trump as the new U.S. president, will users privacy be more or less violated ?
Apple Confirms It Can Share User's iMessage Data With Law Enforcement
A document from Florida police indicates how iMessage metadata can be obtained with a court order, and what information it contains. The information was confirmed by Apple and the company assures users that their privacy is still of utmost importance.
German Government Orders Facebook to Stop WhatsApp From Collecting Data
German privacy regulators have issued an order to stop Facebook from collecting information from WhatsApp users. The chat service has since announced that it will share data with Facebook after its acquisition in 2014.
Spy Tech Allows Governments To See Everything On Your Smartphone
Governments can spy on your smartphone due to phone-spy tech tools sold by various companies.
Facebook And Whatsapp Gets Called Out By Privacy Advocates After Data Sharing Plan
Facebook And Whatsapp users have voiced out their concern that their privacy was being violated after finding out about data the services' sharing plans.
World's Biggest Tech Companies Fail In Meeting Digital Rights
A study has revealed that some of the world's biggest tech companies are unable to meet user digital rights based on their user agreements.
BlackBerry Brings Its Privacy Expertise To Android
The Priv is the BlackBerry's latest smartphone that brings the company's expertise and heritage as well as Android's vast and expansive ecosystem.
Facebook Graph Search exploited by mobile developer to scrape phone numbers of users
A Dallas-based mobile developer was able to scrape phone numbers of Facebook users using its Graph Search feature.
Foreign-held telecomm companies excluded from NSA surveillance sweep
Two major U.S. telecommunications companies were exempted from the NSA's metadata spying program not because they refused to cooperate, but because foreign companies have too much control over them.
Did NSA cyberspying revelations cause Bitcoin to crash?
News of the NSA's and FBI's spying abilities on may have shaken the nerves of many privacy advocates out there, but it appears the government's digital tracking abilities may have also shaken the nerves of Bitcoin users.
Google, Facebook and other tech firms ask permission to show they're not spying with NSA
Edward Snowden, in conjunction with The Guardian and The Washington Post, revealed that the NSA and the FBI have direct access to the servers of nine major tech firms. Those firms, however, deny this, and are asking the government for permission to prove it.