A report from “TNW” indicates that many state legislations concerning privacy are being written by tech lobbyists.
A security expert recently revealed that DuckDuckGo’s browser allows for Microsoft trackers, despite the company’s hard stance on privacy.
A civil liberties group warns of a global privacy breach that auctions personal user data. Google is one of the largest offenders.
Apple’s chief of global privacy, Jane Horvath, is scheduled to chair a panel at the annual Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference.
Recent reports indicate that Facebook has little idea concerning how to handle personal user data. The report comes from a privacy engineer.
A report by Lotame states that tech giants, especially Facebook, are set to lose revenue due to Apple’s App Tracking Transparency.
During his keynote speech at a global summit, Apple CEO Tim Cook stressed the threat side-loading poses to privacy protections.
Ukrainian developers MacPaw announces the release of its anti-spying app SpyBuster, a free download to help against the fight with Russia.
Lobbyists for Apple and Google are pushing for Utah’s privacy laws to become the norm across the U.S. However, critics feel they’re too weak.
With Apple’s Focus Mode, iPhone users can create a custom, games-only profile, giving them peace of mind when a child plays with their phone.