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The Anti-Spy Camera Finder uses infrared LEDs to identify hidden camera lenses in outlets, decor, and more.
Tim Hortons App Violated Privacy Laws, Infuriating Canadian Authorities: 'Our Daily Lives Are Treated as a Commodity'
The mobile app, which has four million users, gathered vast amounts of sensitive data without consent.
Retail media is the future -- this new approach will improve profitability by reducing costs.
Any company that depends upon data utilization knows that real-world data is challenging in terms of both cost and overall applicability: How synthetic data is increasingly coming to the rescue.
Precision agriculture is changing the way people farm. But the familiar pitfalls of data collection threaten to hold the industry back.
With an established reputation, few trade barriers and low tax and compliance costs, Hong Kong remains the go-to option.
Trust in the use of our personal data on digital platforms is more than a digital issue; it affects our broader trust in institutions and our society collectively.
Methods of innovating with social technologies, and how we can explore an ethically better social-media frontier.
The process will take place gradually over the coming weeks.
Optery makes it significantly more difficult for businesses to add you to call lists, email lists, and much more.
Google is capable of collecting mountains of pertinent data, but users are increasingly concerned about their privacy.
Cookies have long been used by advertisers looking to track consumer activity across the web in order to boost their advertising efforts.