Privacy Concerns

Facebook

Facebook's Constant Tracking on Android Can Now Be Limited

Facebook for Android is always tracking your location, even when you aren't using the app. However, the latest update finally allows you to limit this tracking rather than disabling it completely.
Apple

Apple's Group FaceTime Is 'Unavailable' After Eavesdropping Bug Appears

The bug could let someone hear or see you before you pick up their call.
Blockchain

How Blockchain's Decentralization Narrative Can Redefine Data Privacy

The true value of blockchain technology can be found in data privacy.
Twitter

Jack Dorsey Reveals His Biggest Regret About Twitter

But he wasn't clear about what he's doing to solve it.
Apple

Apple Took Out a CES Ad to Troll Its Competitors Over Privacy

In a world where privacy is on everyone's mind, Apple is saying to the technology industry that it stands alone.
Amazon

Amazon Blames Human Error for Sharing 1,700 Alexa Audio Files

One Alexa user's audio recordings were sent to another Alexa user by mistake.
Facebook

Facebook Admits That It Allowed Netflix and Spotify to Access Your Private Messages

The news came in response to a bombshell 'New York Times' report that detailed how numerous companies had undisclosed access to user data.
Privacy Concerns

All the Ways in Which Your Smartphone Can Track You and How to Put an End to It

Aren't you just a little creeped out at how those ads follow you around? These apps can help.
Facebook

The Facebook Papers Are a Timely Reminder That Mark Zuckerberg Is Totally Ruthless About Making Money

Facebook is a money-making juggernaut, not a philanthropic endeavor.
Facebook

My Company Is Leaving Facebook. And So Can Yours.

Facebook goes against our moral code as a company, and the clicks we get rarely result in conversions.
Internet

Tim Berners-Lee Pushes For 'Contract' to Protect the Web

The contract calls for the development of an open and free internet, but with a pledge by companies to 'respect consumers' privacy' and to design technologies 'that support the best in humanity and challenge the worst.'
Privacy Concerns

'Social Credit' Tech Is Coming: 5 Ways for U.S. Entrepreneurs to Capitalize

Is your behavior naughty or nice? Forget Santa: Government and corporations will soon be taking notice.
Privacy Policies

The Feds and the States Are Embracing Privacy Law -- What That Means to Your Business

The point is to put consumers in the driver's seat by clearly outlining data protection practices and reaffirming your company's commitment to data protection.