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Privacy

Using Facebook or Google to sign in? Think twice

Single sign-on is a convenient option to sign in to food delivery apps or an e-shop, keeping in mind we...
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Should former spies work on privacy products?

Can a killer skillset outweigh the potential reputational damage of hiring a fox to guard the henhouse?
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WhatsApp finally offers encrypted backups

Having unencrypted cloud backups had been a major privacy and security issue for WhatsApp. Thankfully, the latest version of the...
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Facebook smart glasses: a privacy nightmare waiting to come true

Before proclaiming that Facebook's smart glasses just ushered in the next generation of wearable tech, let’s take a step back...
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Privacy policies are incomprehensible to most underage users

The UK’s Children’s Code highlights the issue for younger people. On September 2, the UK’s Children’s Code, formerly the Age...
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Smart cars vs. privacy: a driverless car could generate 100 GB of data per second

Fully autonomous vehicles might never come to much, but many of the privacy issues they raise are as salient today...
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The 'shame game': how sextortion scammers prey on victims' fears

The digital age has made meeting new people easier than ever. It should come as no surprise that an online...
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Your favourite streaming service isn’t as safe as you’d think

Privacy practices among streaming platforms are poor, find Common Sense Media. They’re used by hundreds of millions of us worldwide...
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Apple's iCloud photo scanning: a stepping stone to greater surveillance?

For years, Apple was seen by its customers as a bastion of privacy, trying to set its premium products apart...
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The new platform that helps people recover from digital rights violations

In our digital age, many people regard access to the internet to be comparable to access to water. But sometimes,...
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