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Jul 25, 2014 - 05:15 PM EDT — AAPL: 97.671 (+0.641, +0.66%) | NASDAQ: 4449.564 (-22.543, -0.5%)

Tag: privacy

  1. The Apple iOS backdoor that wasn’t

    Last weekend, a hacker who’s been campaigning to make a point about Apple security…

  2. Apple responds to allegations of iOS ‘backdoor’

    Information security has never been a more sensitive subject…

  3. How iOS 8 will unlock the power of Apple’s Touch ID

    Apple’s Touch ID is about to become a whole lot more powerful and important…

  4. Forensic scientist claims suspicious ‘back doors’ running on every iOS device

    Forensic scientist and author Jonathan Zdziarski…

  5. The revolt against Google ‘glassholes’

    If someone were sitting at a table with their smartphone constantly pointing at you…

  6. Apple begins encrypting iCloud email sent between providers

    While Apple previously encrypted emails sent between its own iCloud customers…

  7. Chinese state-run media smear campaign targets Apple iPhone

    One part of the Chinese propaganda machine is…

  8. Apple shoots down Chinese accusation that ‘iPhone endangers national security,’ blasts Android

    Apple’s website in China has published a detailed response to accusations..

  9. Chinese state-run media: Apple iPhone a danger to China national security

    Chinese state media on Friday branded Apple Inc’s iPhone…

  10. U.S. Supreme Court ruling leaves Google open to lawsuits over Street View secretly collected personal data

    The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Google Inc…

  11. Facebook conducts massive psychology experiment on 700,000 unaware users, and you may have been a guinea pig

    A group of scientists from Facebook, the University of California, San Francisco…

  12. Should we trust Google with our smart homes?

    When Nest announced its acquisition of Dropcam…

  13. U.S. Supreme Court unanimously bans warrantless cell phone searches

    In a blow to the Obama administration, which petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to allow warrantless cell phone searches..

  14. Why Apple really values your privacy – unlike Google, Facebook, or Amazon

    With every iteration of OS X, iOS, and iCloud, we see Apple…

  15. Just kidding, says Nest, we are totally sharing your data with Google

    Google is connecting its apps to the Nest…

  16. Crucial security flaw found in Google Play: Thousands of secret keys found in Android apps

    A crucial security problem in Google Play, the official Android app store, has been found…

  17. The revolution hidden in Apple’s HealthKit

    The secret sauce in Apple’s new HealthKit offering…

  18. inMarket: iBeacon increases in-store app usage, retention, and brand engagement

    The first public stats about iBeacon impact on the shopping experience

  19. No, Apple has not killed location tracking with iOS 8

    Apple’s move broadly does two related things….

  20. With iOS 8, Apple makes iOS even more secure ahead of smartphone security competition

    The iPhone 6 could be Apple’s most secure smartphone to date thanks to iOS 8…

  21. The U.S. NSA can still listen to your iPhone’s microphone when off; here’s the trick to beat it

    The NSA could technically listen in to the microphone of an iPhone…

  22. Google wants in on Apple Inc.’s iBeacon party

    Over the past year, Apple’s iBeacon has gained a lot of media attention…

  23. New iOS 8 feature lets users cloak their iPhones from tracking by retailers, marketers, other companies

    A new feature in Apple’s upcoming iPhone operating system iOS 8…

  24. Apple running massive project to map the inside of every large building on earth

    Apple has embarked on an ambitious program to use the sensors in its iPhones…

  25. Cook, Zuckerberg, Mayer, other tech CEOs ask U.S. Senate to restrict U.S. spying

    A group of prominent technology company CEOs, including the most prominent, Apple CEO Tim Cook…

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