Kara Swisher of Recode recently interviewed two researchers from Northeastern University about phone spying.
iPhone is the culmination of Apple’s ideals on privacy, recycling, energy efficiency, and more.
A security researcher analyzed over 200 million Venmo transactions. She discovered something disturbing.
To whom and for what purpose? Everything from preventing credit card fraud to providing roadside assistance…or surveillance.
macOS Mojave has a new feature that brings it into parity with iOS. You can control ad tracking and reset the Mac advertising identifier.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at the Timehop data breach, plus they share their thoughts on the state of government surveillance with facial recognition.
If you’re concerned about, or just aren’t sure, which apps and services have access to your Google account there’s an easy way see and even revoke access. Read on to learn how.
Earlier this week a report claimed third-party app developers could read messages in your Gmail account without your knowledge. Google now says that’s not true. Sort of.
The Wall Street Journal published some disturbing news yesterday: apparently email app developers can read your Gmail messages.
John Martellaro and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at the potential security threats in iOS 12’s Security Code AutoFill, plus they have some thoughts on Samsung smartphones randomly sending out photos.
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 has passed the California State Legislature and is headed to Governor Jerry Brown’s desk, where he is expected to sign it.
The trade group organizing the meeting includes Apple, Google, Amazon, Adobe, Ebay, Facebook, HP, Twitter, Salesforce, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung, Dropbox, and many others, though it’s not clear how high up the org chart this meet-up will go.
A Redditor announced a service called Cryptee, which aims to give you a private Google Docs, as well as encrypted cloud storage.
Launch partners for the platform include Tinder, Patreon, and Postmates.
With a new software version comes new App Store guidelines, and there are new rules that Apple didn’t publicly announced.
Here’s the unique part: your passwords aren’t available on other devices unless you’re in physical range.
The bug was the result of an un-proclaimed Facebook test, and that Facebook then made all posts created by affected users into private posts. Without telling them. Because [Facebook].
Andrew Orr and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet at Apple’s 2018 Worldwide Developer Conference to discuss privacy in macOS Mojave 10.14, and why installing developer betas isn’t for everyone. Bonus: Kelly is internet famous.
This fits into Apple’s larger narrative of enhancing privacy.