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Tag: privacy

  1. Facebook tests ‘M’ personal assistant inside Messenger

    So, who are these people who know about your travel arrangements, your loved ones’ gifts, your appointments, etc.?

  2. Spotify’s privacy-wrecking policy changes spark backlash, account cancellations

    A new privacy policy from Spotify has sparked a backlash against the streaming music service…

  3. Spotify revises user agreement; wants access to users’ location, sensors, voice, photos, and contacts

    Spotify has decided that it wants to know a lot more about it’s remaining users…

  4. The shocking truth about Apple’s iOS 9’s Proactive intelligence

    Working alongside Siri, Apple’s iOS 9 flagship feature Proactive…

  5. Hackers release 9.7GB of adultery website Ashley Madison customers’ names, email, street addresses, credit card transactions

    The group of hackers that previously stole massive amounts of user data…

  6. Android reeling after two major security failures

    Android security woes got even worse on Thursday, with two separate reports…

  7. Privacy activists alarmed: Even when told not to, Windows 10 won’t stop phoning home to Microsoft

    Unfortunately for privacy advocates, these controls don’t appear to be sufficient…

  8. MCX’s CurrentC may not launch until next year

    CurrentC, the payments app being created by a consortium of big retailers…

  9. NY Times Op-Ed calls for Apple to decrypt iPhones for law enforcement

    Last September, Apple and Google, whose operating systems…

  10. CurrentC-backer Rite-Aid capitulates, to accept Apple Pay at 4,600 U.S. stores starting this Saturday

    After shunning Apple Pay last fall, drugstore chain Rite Aid…

  11. Apple issues iPhone manifesto; blasts Android’s lack of updates, lack of privacy, rampant malware

    Apple.com has debuted a new iPhone website with…

  12. Edward Snowden explains why Apple should continue to fight the government on encryption

    As the Obama administration campaign to stop Apple…

  13. Obama administration war against Apple just got uglier

    The Obama administration’s central strategy against Apple…

  14. 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…

  15. Apple Pay rival ‘CurrentC’ to get limited trial run in stores next month

    After almost three years in development, the retail industry’s…

  16. Meet the dreadlocked hippie encryption guru who’s freaking out the U.S. NSA

    In the back and forth battle over consumer privacy…

  17. Why I switched from Google to DuckDuckGo

    While its main draw is privacy, DuckDuckGo has another killer feature…

  18. Apple may dump Google as Safari’s default search engine

    Apple may remove Google as its default mobile search engine on Safari…

  19. Apple changes iOS 9 policy to prevent advertisers from seeing user’s installed apps

    Apple is planning to introduce some important new policy changes…

  20. Google eavesdropping tool installed on computers without permission

    Without consent, Google’s code had downloaded a black box of code that…

  21. Why Apple should buy DuckDuckGo

    One of the most important, hardest-to-build, and useful Internet services…

  22. Did Google’s Eric Schmidt just call Apple’s Tim Cook a liar?

    Google chairman Eric Schmidt just took time out to tell the BBC…

  23. Government data requests 2015: Apple earns 5-star rating

    We commend Apple for its strong stance regarding user rights, transparency, and privacy….

  24. Edward Snowden supports Apple’s stance on customer privacy

    Edward Snowden thinks Apple’s pledge to protect customer privacy

  25. DuckDuckGo has grown 600% since Apple made it a search option – and Snowden’s revelations

    DuckDuckGo heavily touts the fact that it doesn’t track the information of users…

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