Anomaly Six, a secretive government contractor, claims to monitor the movements of billions of phones around the world and unmask spies with the press of a button.
Privacy-focused browser Brave has announced a new feature that bypasses pages rendered with Google's AMP framework and automatically redirects users to the original website.
John Oliver discusses how much data brokers know about us, what they’re doing with our personal information, and one….unusual way to change privacy laws.
Security hole in dating app Bumble exposed user location data
CVS blamed an unnamed third-party for disclosure of the information and says no personal data was made public, despite email addresses appearing in the unsecured database.
Sky Bet, the most popular one in Britain, compiled extensive records about a user, tracking him in ways he never imagined.
Federal agencies already buy tons of user data; one vendor is now being sued.
So, you think that what happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone? Well, think again.
It turns out Tim Cook blames Mark Zuckerberg for undermining democracy too.
The popular video sharing app was sued a record $5.7 million by the FTC for violating U.S. children’s privacy law in 2019.
Facebook has a data addiction—it can’t help itself. The social media giant’s entire business model is built around collecting, processing and then monetizing our personal information.
The government wants to break up the world’s biggest social network. Internal company emails show why.
A Google researcher found flaws in Apple's AWDL protocol that would have allowed for a complete device takeover.