But something much bigger is at stake.
Tag: data privacy
Google, Twitter, and Amazon talk about better privacy.
Xiaomi has been tracking and recording an insane amount of private data, from user’s phone habits to queries in the
The American Whistleblower Edward Snowden has said in an interview that emergency powers born out of crisis such as mass
In the wake of Coronavirus pandemic and people being asked to stay indoors, video conferencing apps and other telecommunications tools
Facial recognition startup, Clearview AI, works with approximately 600 law enforcement agencies across North America. So, you would assume that Clearview
An eye-opening report from Motherboard reveals that popular iOS and Android email apps that claim to put “privacy-first” are scraping
Pre-installed Android apps (aka Android bloatware) that cannot be deleted in devices from certain vendors are not only an eyesore
The new ‘Data Protection Bill’ formulated by Narendra Modi’s led BJP government seeks to snatch away privacy, anonymity, and discretion
According to American Whistleblower Edward Snowden, the EU’s data protection laws that came into force in the aftermath of Facebook’s