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Feb 24, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 136.66 (+0.13, +0.1%) | NASDAQ: 5845.31 (+9.80, +0.17%)

Tag: privacy

  1. Apple expands in Microsoft’s backyard

    Apple is growing its team in Seattle by creating a new hub for artificial intelligence research…

  2. News organizations ask judge to force FBI to reveal how much it paid to unlock San Bernadino Islamic terrorist’s iPhone

    Last year, the battle between Apple and the FBI dominated headlines…

  3. Verizon to buy Yahoo’s core business for $4.48 billion

    Verizon said on Tuesday it would buy Yahoo’s core business for $4.48 billion…

  4. How to get past customs without surrendering your digital privacy

    When Ryan Lackey travels to a country like Russia or China, he takes certain precautions…

  5. Free ‘Data Selfie’ tool reveals how creepy Facebook tracks and studies your activity

    Have you ever wondered how Facebook collects all the data it has to feed you with the content…

  6. Proving Apple’s assertion that there are no good backdoors, hacker dumps iOS cracking tools allegedly stolen from Cellebrite

    The hacker responsible has publicly released a cache of files allegedly stolen from Cellebrite…

  7. Why Apple can’t lose the looming services battle

    While Apple is not going to be a pure play services company…

  8. iCloud is one of Apple’s biggest challenges in 2017

    Apple is fond of talking about its secret sauce, about the things only it can do because of its…

  9. Second ‘Fappening’ hacker who targeted celebrity Apple accounts sentenced to 9 months in prison

    Edward J. Majerczyk, 29, admitted last fall that he hacked into the Apple iCloud and Gmail accounts of more than 300 people….

  10. iPhone hardened to handle military-grade secrets in UK; Android and Samsung deemed insufficient in security

    Describing Apple’s iPhone 7 as the ‘device of choice’ for the UK Ministry of Defence…

  11. Beleaguered Yahoo faces U.S. SEC probe over data breaches

    U.S. authorities are investigating whether Yahoo Inc.’s two massive data breaches should…

  12. Anonymous browsing with Tor reduces exposure but still has risks

    You can be tracked and have your data intercepted from many angles, by legitimate and illegitimate actors alike…

  13. A hacker just proved that Apple was right to worry about creating a backdoor to the iPhone

    Last year, when the F.B.I procured a court order forcing Apple to unlock an iPhone belonging…

  14. Don’t fall for the Safari Autofill phishing scheme

    Warning: It’s possible you may be sharing more information than you think when you use AutoFill…

  15. U.S. FTC sues D-Link for failure to secure webcams, routers from online attacks

    D-Link is under fire from the Federal Trade Commission for not doing enough to secure…

  16. What Apple got right but Amazon is getting wrong

    Law and technology frequently operate at cross purposes….

  17. Apple’s smartest moves of 2016

    Apple pissed off a lot of people in 2016. In hindsight, some of Cupertino’s moves look clumsy, and others seem truly clueless…

  18. Amazon Echo murder case spotlights question of what ‘always on’ actually means

    Some people have wondered if smart speakers like Amazon’s Echo devices, or its closest contender…

  19. Yahoo discloses ‘largest hack of all time,’ says hackers stole data from over one billion users

    Yahoo said it is forcing all affected users to change their passwords and is invalidating unencrypted security questions…

  20. New Apple Report suggests governments everywhere are demanding customer data

    Apple has published the latest edition of its biannual report on Government Information Requests…

  21. Find out what your web browser is telling websites about you

    our web browser holds a lot of information about you, and this information is available…

  22. The cost of free: More than one million Google Android devices hit by malware

    More than one million Google accounts have been breached by malware that infiltrated older Android devices…

  23. One in four Wi-Fi hotspots is a security nightmare

    A quarter of the world’s Wi-Fi networks are so insecure that the only thing stopping hackers…

  24. President Trump’s attorney general pick Jeff Sessions could restart the encryption fight

    After weeks of speculation, President-elect Donald Trump today named Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) as his choice for attorney general…

  25. Under President Trump, Obama ally Google may face policy setbacks, including roll back of so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules

    During Obama’s presidency, more than 250 people moved between jobs at Google or related firms and the federal government, national political campaigns and Congress…

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