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Stalker generation: Zoomers and Millennials more likely to spy on their partners online

Regularly praised for their prompt adoption of technology, members of younger generations can show that uninterrupted connectivity can have its...
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Sharing 55 million NHS patients’ medical data: privacy and security experts call for more safeguards

Plans by NHS Digital to share NHS patient data of 55 million people in England have drawn fire from privacy...
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It's the end of the road for third-party cookies. Here’s why

When staring into a screen, it's easy to forget that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Advertisers...
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If you had the chance, would you sell your privacy or disappear from the grid?

With a promise to get money for their data, 80,000 users have signed up for a TIKI app. Its founder,...
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‘Incognito mode’ doesn’t hide your browsing history. Here’s why

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We’ve all been there: when using a foreign device, we don’t want to leave traces on or journeying into darker...
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Difference between parenting apps and stalkerware

Monitoring your kids or employees is not illegal per se, but if someone is keeping an eye on you without...
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Pandemic and privacy concerns boost American use of VPN service - report

A year of self-isolation made thoughts on online safety hard to avoid. The use of virtual private networks, VPNs, has...
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Maybe don’t call Saul? Over 30,000 VoIP devices identifiable worldwide, some with suspected vulnerabilities

Thousands of public-facing devices can be accessed anywhere in the world, from the US to Russia, from London to Johannesburg....
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The most data-invasive health and fitness apps

We’ve turned to them to stay fit during lockdown. Should we? The closure of gyms and limits on outdoor exercise,...
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The password hassle: a strong one is no longer enough

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Cybersecurity is stretched to the limit, with so many of us working from home and more and more companies having...
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