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Privacy Concerns

Google

How to Get Google to Quit Tracking You

On Maps, Google is with you every step of the way. But you can do something about it.
Business Moving Forward

How to Protect Your Internet Browsing Data (Since It's for Sale Now)

How to maintain your privacy when internet service providers can sell your browsing history without permission.
Microsoft

Use Windows? Microsoft Might Know a Ton About You.

With the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft will give users the option to limit the sharing of their diagnostic data, or open the floodgates.
Privacy Concerns

'Downright Creepy': Internet Entrepreneurs Weigh in on Repeal of Internet Privacy Rules

But the repeal of the FCC rules could also mean greater opportunity for smaller companies that prioritize customer privacy.
Internet

How Do Google, Apple and Others Stack Up When it Comes to Protecting Your Privacy?

A new study explores the state of tech industry transparency around the world.
Privacy Concerns

Senate Votes to Reverse FCC Consumer Internet Privacy Rules

The regulations were intended to require more transparency on the part of ISPs.
Toys; Games

Connected Teddy Bears Leaked Kids' Voices Online

The supposedly private messages were even held for ransom.
employee monitoring

What Are Your Employees Doing When You're Not Looking?

Small businesses can benefit from employee monitoring, in the right circumstance.
Cybersecurity

4 Reasons You Need Developers With Cybersecurity Skills in All Tech Teams

Beyond having dedicated experts, it is equally important to improve the practical security skills of all developers.
Amazon

Amazon Alexa Data Wanted in Murder Investigation

Amazon's voice assistant may provide clues in an Arkansas case in which a man was found dead in a hot tub.
Federal Government

Facebook Says Government Requests for Account Data Have Risen 27 Percent

Government requests for account data globally rose to 59,229 from 46,710.
Privacy Concerns

Why Yahoo's Secret Scanning of Emails May Be a Terrifying Sign of What's to Come

The order on Yahoo from a secret court last year resulted from the government's drive to change decades of interpretation of the Fourth Amendment right of people to be secure against 'unreasonable sea...
Apple

Apple Logs Your iMessage Contacts and Could Share Them With Police

Phone numbers, time of contact and IP address are all game.
Google

How a Blurry Cow Highlights Weaknesses in Google's Face Recognition

The search engine's algorithms accidentally blurred a cow's face in the name of privacy.