A Home-made Kill Switch And Other Ways To Keep Your Lives Private With Alexa Always Listening
A hacker has created a kill switch that will turn Alexa off in case she goes off track.
Budget Smartphones In US Secretly Sending Personal Data and Texts to China
A security firm recently discovered that smartphones made from China and sold in the United States are secretly sending personal data back to China.
Police Scans Facebook, Twitter and Other Social Media Networks Using Surveillance Tool
Geofeedia, a tool that can access data feeds from Facebook, Twitter and other social media networks, is rumored to be used by police authorities to monitor protests.
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.
EU Data Protection Reform May Promise More Than It Delivers
Implementing the biggest shake-up to Europe's fragmented data protection laws in two decades may fail to provide companies with the consistency and simplicity.
UK government orders Google to delete Street View-snooped private data or face criminal charges
Google was ordered by the UK government's Information Commissioner's Office to delete the data accidentally collected by its fleet of Street View vehicles, or face criminal charges.