Google today said that it will make changes in the Chrome browser to address privacy concerns regarding cookies and user sign-ins. These improvements will roll out in Chrome’s next update – version 70.
After a long and arduous process, the pivotal moment for EU‘s controversial Copyright Reform has arrived. On September 12, the 751 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) will have a final decisive on
The swirling maelstrom of fake news and absurd conspiracy theories that’s surrounded the ongoing Infowars mess has perplexed today’s leading social media platforms like no other, and major companies like
It heads for the Governor’s desk next California’s legislature has approved a bill being called the strongest net neutrality law in the US. The bill would ban internet providers from blocking and throttling
In two tweets early Tuesday morning, President Trump reignited the debate about censorship on America’s most popular tech platforms. Citing dubious research, he claimed that Google was censoring search
Seeking to reassure customers after the news of repeated breaches of its network broke yesterday, Apple said that no user data was compromised in the attacks, reports Reuters. The statement follows the
Even if "Location History" is off on your phone, Google often still stores your precise location . Here are some things you can do to delete those markers and keep your location as private as possible.
Today’s surveillance society has normalized the idea of the companies we do business with selling our most intimate and private data for profit, while myriad companies we’ve never even heard of buy, repackage
You probably noticed the recent video that asked people whether they heard “Yanny” or “Laurel.” It would have been hard not to. That tiny piece of audio drove more than 10 million views, inspired countless
Airbnb risks facing enforcement measures from the EU if it does not comply by August Consumer regulators with the European Union have asked Airbnb to alter how it displays prices and the wording of certain
What are the implications of the new California data privacy bill passed on June 2018 on companies like Facebook, Google, and Quora? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge,
“Personal data is the new oil of the internet and the new currency of the digital world.” Not my words, but words of Ms Kuneva, the European commissioner back in 2009. As much as the bureaucrats are removed
• Apps pre-installed on phones sold in developing countries said to secretly collect user data. • The apps have reportedly collected IMEI numbers, MAC addresses, and location data. • The CEO of the company
California lawmakers passed one of the toughest data privacy laws in the United States today, as they faced pressure from an even stronger ballot measure in the state. The California Consumer Privacy of
Consumers do enjoy the convenience of the apps they use but are individually overwhelmed when it comes to defending their privacy. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. When it
The WSJ features an interesting debate on whether or not the US should follow Europe’s example in enacting tough privacy regulations requiring individual consent for storing and processing personal data
Mark Zuckerberg is making bank on your information. While Facebook’s spokespeople did not reply to our inquiries, we will offer one clarification in their defense: They do not “sell off” data, technically.
Andrea Jelinek, the top enforcer of the General Data Protection Regulation, on targeted ads, investigations of tech companies and her own social-media use The advertising business today is largely driven