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  1. Backdoors: Australia passes laws allowing spies and police to snoop on encrypted communications

    Australia Thursday passed controversial laws allowing spies and police to snoop on the encrypted communications…

  2. Google killing Allo messaging service

    Allo, once the vanguard platform of Google’s plans for messaging, will officially shut down…

  3. UK lawmakers publish internal Facebook emails that reveal use of free iOS ‘spyware’ VPN and more

    Facebook purposely obscured the fact that calls and texts would be recorded…

  4. Why is Google so bad at innovation? 44 dead products and counting…

    The failure rate is even higher if you count the Google X moonshot projects…

  5. Microsoft said to replace failed Edge web browser

    Microsoft is failing to make an impact with the Edge web browser after years of trying…

  6. Apple’s App Store revenue surged on Black Friday to $169.3 million globally, setting a single-day record

    $117.3 million was spent by App Store users outside the United States on Black Friday, for a global total of $169.3 million, up 18.4 percent from 2017…

  7. Should Apple have its own search engine?

    Apple CEO Tim Cook was made to answer a very uncomfortable question…

  8. Here’s what’s driving Apple’s burgeoning services business

    Apple’s bread-and-butter iPhone business has been seeing slowing volumes growth…

  9. U.S. senator says privacy bill draft could arrive in early 2019

    Members of U.S. Congress from both parties have criticized Facebook, Google, and Twitter over data breaches, a lack of online privacy options, and concern about political bias…

  10. Congress to grill Google CEO about political bias; ‘Search engines can be used to suppress particular viewpoints’ – U.S. Congressman

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai is scheduled to testify before Congress next Wednesday…

  11. U.S. iOS users targeted by massive malvertising campaign

    A cyber-criminal group known as ScamClub has hijacked over 300 million browser sessions over 48 hours…

  12. Like being tracked? Summon Google Assistant on your iPhone with Siri Shortcuts

    Google has taken advantage of Siri Shortcuts in iOS to make its own Google Assistant…

  13. Don’t share photos to Facebook, use Apple’s secure and private iCloud instead

    I prefer iCloud is because it’s private and secure…

  14. ODI advises UK to force Google, Apple and Uber to share mapping data

    The UK government should force Google, Apple, Uber and others to share their mapping data…

  15. Tim Cook: Why Apple accepts billions annually from Google to be Safari’s default search engine despite privacy concerns

    Apple CEO Tim Cook didn’t name names when he spoke out against the privacy practices…

  16. Apple CEO Tim Cook says new U.S. privacy regulations are ‘inevitable’

    I think the Congress and the administration at some point will pass something…

  17. Sleazy Facebook’s top execs ‘make tobacco executives look like Mr. Rogers’

    Facebook has endured scandal after scandal in the past two years….

  18. Faketastic: Your smartphone photos are totally fake — and you love it

    Google’s Night Sight is an example of how our photos are becoming, well, super fake…

  19. How Apple, Google, Facebook and other tech companies are getting out the U.S. vote on Election Day

    The role tech companies play in U.S. elections has been a topic of intense scrutiny since 2016…

  20. DuckDuckGo: What it’s like to use a search engine that values your privacy

    DuckDuckGo prides itself on not tracking users…

  21. Tim Berners-Lee: Facebook and Google may need to be broken up

    Silicon Valley technology giants such as Facebook and Google have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up…

  22. Apple CEO Cook says companies are weaponizing our personal data, and he’s right

    Our own information — from the everyday to the deeply personal — is being weaponized against us with military efficiency…

  23. How Google protected and paid off Andy Rubin, iPhone knockoff artist, from sexual misconduct allegations

    Google could have fired Mr. Rubin and paid him little to nothing on the way out. Instead, the company handed him a $90 million exit package…

  24. Why Google is willing to pay Apple $12 billion per year

    Apple has a 44% market share of U.S. smartphones and about a 12% share of PCs….

  25. Apple CEO Cook promotes privacy as ‘fundamental human right’ via tweetstorm; asks ‘What kind of world do we want to live in?’

    What kind of world do we want to live in?

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