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Jul 22, 2016 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 98.66 (-0.77, -0.77%) | NASDAQ: 5100.16 (+26.26, +0.52%)

Tag: privacy

  1. Google quietly brings its forget program to the U.S.

    If you are worried about your online privacy, it might be of interest to you that Google has quietly…

  2. Pokémon GO and business model innovation

    After months of hype, Pokémon GO finally began rolling out in a few countries this week…

  3. Ten things I wish I knew when I started playing Pokémon GO

    I’ve been playing Pokémon GO pretty hardcore now for the past 48 hours or so…

  4. iPhone users: Pokémon GO can spy on your entire Google account

    iPhone users of Pokémon GO, beware: the app has access to your entire Google account.

  5. Google asks court to sanction Oracle lawyer for disclosing its secret $1 billion deal with Apple

    In January, Oracle attorney Annette Hurst disclosed the fact that Google paid Apple $1 billion…

  6. 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…

  7. Over 10 million Android phones reportedly infected with Chinese malware

    At least 10 million Android devices have been infected by malware called HummingBad…

  8. China replaces top internet regulator and censor with deputy

    China has replaced its internet regulator, Lu Wei, the hard-liner responsible for leading the government’s efforts…

  9. Apple’s revolutionary iPhone is nine years old – and still no significant malware outbreaks

    Apple started selling the Apple iPhone nine years ago today…

  10. Apple’s problems are worse than you think or something

    Apple is about to become a much less significant consumer electronics business…

  11. Apple to face more scrutiny as China cracks down on apps

    More than half a billion Chinese smartphone users face increased monitoring of their mobile app…

  12. Apple’s cutting-edge ‘differential privacy’ is opt-in

    Apple announced at last week’s developer conference that, starting with iOS 10, it will collect a range of new information…

  13. Irish probe into Apple privacy policies could affect every Apple device user

    As it gears up for an audit into Apple, Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner says her office has been strengthened…

  14. Apple’s cutting-edge ‘differential privacy’ offers unique option for technology users

    Modern technology has presented us with something of a Faustian bargain when it comes to our privacy…

  15. Apple’s use of cutting-edge tech will peek at user habits without violating privacy

    Apple Inc. is tapping new technology to garner insight into user behavior…

  16. Apple’s new facial recognition feature may cause legal issues

    This week at WWDC, Apple announced a new facial recognition system…

  17. Apple seeks to use AI to keep Google off your iPhones, iPads, and Macs

    Apple Inc.’s new artificial-intelligence capabilities may help it protect its software and services businesses…

  18. Apple previews major update with macOS Sierra

    Apple today previewed macOS Sierra , a major update to the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, with new features…

  19. Coming later today: Apple’s next big software improvements

    Apple’s annual software developers conference, which kicks off Monday…

  20. Security pros becoming more confident in cloud security

    More than half (52 percent) of 2,200 cybersecurity professionals in a new survey say they think cloud apps…

  21. Report: People are spending much less time on social media apps

    People are spending less time on social media apps, in some cases substantially less…

  22. At Apple WWDC 2016, Tim Cook needs to make big data, AI pivot

    Apple needs to change its attitude and approach to customer data, back away from the big data corner…

  23. Why Apple’s $1 billion investment in Didi Chuxing is so weird

    When Apple announced recently that it had invested $1 billion in Chinese ride-sharing giant Didi Chuxing…

  24. U.S. court: Government doesn’t need warrant to access cellphone records to track location data

    When law enforcement asks a company for cellphone records to track location data in an investigation, is that a search under the Fourth Amendment?

  25. Dear Apple, please make the iPhone smarter

    While Siri is still at thumb’s reach, I find myself talking far more to Amazon’s Alexa these days…

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