WebKit’s new anti-tracking policy puts privacy...
WebKit, the open source engine that underpins Internet browsers including Apple’s Safari browser, has announced a...
Facebook’s human-AI blend for audio...
Facebook’s lead privacy regulator in Europe is now asking the company for detailed information about the...
Facebook collected and transcribed users’ audio...
“The future is private.” Clearly, Facebook still has a way to go. Facebook has become the latest tech giant...
Robocall blocking apps caught sending your...
Robocall-blocking apps promise to rid your life of spoofed and spam phone calls. But are they as trustworthy as they...
Facebook could face billions in potential damages...
Facebook is facing exposure to billions of dollars in potential damages as a federal appeals court on Thursday rejected...
UK watchdog eyeing PM Boris Johnson’s Facebook...
The online campaigning activities of the UK’s new prime minister, Boris Johnson, have already caught the eye of...
Amazon quietly adds ‘no human review’ option...
Amazon has tweaked the settings for its Alexa voice AI to allow users to opt out of their voice recordings being...
Europe’s top court sharpens guidance for sites...
Europe’s top court has made a ruling that could affect scores of websites that embed the Facebook...
Facebook reportedly gets a $5 billion slap on the...
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has reportedly agreed to end its latest probe into Facebook‘s privacy problems...
OneTrust raises $200M at a $1.3B valuation to...
GDPR, and the newer California Consumer Privacy Act, have given a legal bite to ongoing developments in online privacy...
Unregulated facial recognition technology...
Carlos Gutierrez Contributor Share on Twitter Carlos Gutierrez is deputy director and general counsel at LGBT...
Apple’s new ecosystem world order and the...
Apple’s splashy new product announcements at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose also ushered...
Alexa, does the Echo Dot Kids protect...
A coalition of child protection and privacy groups has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) urging...
Facebook accused of blocking wider efforts to...
Facebook has been accused of blocking the ability of independent researchers to effectively study how political...
Facebook hit with three privacy investigations in...
Third time lucky — unless you’re Facebook. The social networking giant was hit by a trio of investigations...
Facebook broke Canadian privacy law, joint probe...
The latest damning assessment of Facebook’s trampling of user privacy comes from the Canadian and Columbia...
What business leaders can learn from Jeff...
Joel Wallenstrom Contributor Joel Wallenstrom is president and chief executive of Wickr, a secure communications...
Amazon buys Eero: What does it mean for your...
In case you hadn’t seen, Amazon is buying router maker Eero. And in case you hadn’t heard, people are...
Is Europe closing in on an antitrust fix for...
The German Federal Cartel Office’s decision to order Facebook to change how it processes users’...
This early GDPR adtech strike puts the spotlight...
What does consent as a valid legal basis for processing personal data look like under Europe’s updated privacy...