Online Privacy

Business News

Why Facebook Is Shutting Down Its Face-Recognition System

The process will take place gradually over the coming weeks.

Business News

What Businesses Need to Know about the Google Ad Changes for Data Privacy and Enhanced Conversions

Google is capable of collecting mountains of pertinent data, but users are increasingly concerned about their privacy.

Business News

The Cookie is Actually Crumbling in Advertising: Here's What to Know in B2B vs. B2C

Cookies have long been used by advertisers looking to track consumer activity across the web in order to boost their advertising efforts.

News and Trends

Yet Another Data Breach, Indian Agency Cautions OnePlus Store Users

According to the latest advisory issued by CERT, OnePlus has informed the agency that less than 3,000 Indian customer orders at the company's online store were affected

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Even Updates Don't Make Your Apps Safe, Says Study

A study by Check Point Research has found that even the latest versions of apps such as Facebook, Instagram and WeChat hosted on the Google Play Store are open to security vulnerabilities.

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In Yet Another Criticism, Telegram Founder Accuses WhatsApp of Being Part of Surveillance Programmes

Amid mounting pressure on Facebook-owned WhatsApp, rival Telegram's founder Parel Durov has added to his earlier criticism of the messaging service

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What Other Messaging Apps Can Learn From WhatsApp's Troubles in India

Apps such as Hike and Telegram stand a good chance of attracting a chunk of WhatsApp's user base as controversies pile up for the US-based company.

News and Trends

4 Ways Through Which Google is Planning To Improve Your Online Privacy And Security

US-based search giant, Google recently announced a few updates to its improve user privacy

Business News

'Sign in With Apple' Promises Better Customer Experiences But Is It Just More Lock-in?

Sign In with Apple is yet another manifestation of Apple's commitment to consumer privacy as a brand.

Business News

After a Rough Year, Facebook Is Giving Privacy a Try

'This isn't just about a few new features. This is a big change in how we're building these products and running our company,' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says at F8.

Business News

Why Google and Facebook Should Be Treated Like Banks

Our personal data has become such a valuable asset that tech giants should be forced to use it fairly -- and deliver returns back to us

Business News

We Need an Internet Bill of Rights

We cannot preserve the good things about the internet if all the bad things are left unchecked.

Business News

To Earn Customer Trust on Data Privacy, You Need to Change the Narrative

Here are three actions tech companies can take today.

Business News

How Small Businesses Can Survive in the Age of GDPR

Small businesses will likely need help with compliance. Here's what that might look like.

Business News

Apple Will Let All Users Download Their Collected Personal Data

European users can do it right now thanks to GDPR.