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  1. Alphabet Inc’s Google could face $4.3 billion claim in U.K. iPhone privacy case

    iPhone users suing Google over data-collection claims may be seeking as much as 3.2 billion pounds ($4.29 billion)…

  2. Apple CEO Cook blasts ‘creepy’ web tracking

    To me, it’s creepy when I look at something and all of a sudden it’s chasing me all the way across the web…

  3. Google could be forced to pay over five million iPhone users £2.7 billion for selling their data without their consent

    Google could be forced to pay over five million iPhone users £2.7 billion in compensation…

  4. Sorry, but Silicon Valley isn’t special anymore

    Steve Jobs once said, speaking about the irreverent culture he helped create…

  5. How Google is secretly recording Android settlers, monitoring millions of conversations every day and storing the creepy audio files

    Google has effectively turned millions of its users’ smartphones into listening devices

  6. Google Chrome under attack: Have you used one of these hijacked extensions?

    Attackers have been phishing developers to compromise Chrome extensions to spread…

  7. Apple’s iPhone turns ten: No product in recent history has changed people’s lives more

    The firm’s approach to data privacy will determine Apple’s success in the coming years…

  8. Google to pay $5.5 million for sneaking around Apple’s privacy settings to collect user data

    Perhaps if Google had taken its own ‘don’t be evil’ motto to heart…

  9. Apple joins tech coalition in fight to kill European Union’s ‘Cookie Law’

    The filing, submitted just hours before a July 5 public comment deadline, states that a similar law…

  10. UK Supreme Court allows Google to appeal ruling granting Apple Safari users the right to sue over ad tracking

    The UK’s Supreme Court has granted Google permission to appeal against…

  11. Google to pay $17 million to settle U.S. states’ Safari user tracking probe

    Google Inc will pay $17 million to settle allegations by 37 states…

  12. Judge dismisses case against Google over Safari user tracking

    It just got even tougher to stop a company from tracking your movements online…

  13. Google may follow Apple, ditch ‘cookies’ as online ad tracker

    Google is considering a major change in how online browsing activity is tracked…

  14. Attention, shoppers: Store is tracking you via your smartphone

    Like dozens of other brick-and-mortar retailers…

  15. Apple App Store rejecting iOS apps using cookie-tracking methods

    Mobile app developers using a technology called…

  16. Google pays $22.5 million to settle charges of bypassing Apple Safari privacy settings

    Google Inc will pay $22.5 million to settle charges it bypassed the privacy settings…

  17. US FTC votes to fine Google $22.5 million for bypassing Safari privacy settings; Settlement allows Google to admit no liability

    The Federal Trade Commission voted to approve a consent decree that will allow Google to settle…

  18. Microsoft and Madison Avenue in epic battle over future of Internet advertising

    Microsoft and Madison Avenue are in a battle unlike anything we’ve seen for years…

  19. Apple’s anti-user tracking policy has mobile advertisers scrambling

    Mobile advertisers are working around a new Apple policy that makes it harder to track user,,,

  20. Google said to be negotiating amount of U.S. FTC fine over Apple Safari breach

    Google Inc. is negotiating with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission…

  21. Cookies and privacy, Google and Safari

    Web cookies are small bits of saved data that websites can store in your browser…

  22. Google sued by Apple Safari-user for bypassing browser privacy

    Google officials were sued for violating users’ privacy rights on Apple’s Safari Web browser…

  23. Google responds to Microsoft over privacy issues, calls IE’s cookie policy ‘widely non-operational’

    Microsoft has accused Google of manipulating Internet Explorer’s default privacy restrictions…

  24. WSJ: Google tracked iPhone, iPad users, bypassing Apple’s Safari browser privacy settings; Microsoft denounces

    Safari normally blocks cookies used by ad networks and others to track people…

  25. U.S. Senate Democrat wants hearing on Facebook tracking

    Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) said Wednesday he would hold a hearing to look into reports that Facebook tracks its users on the Web after they log out…

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