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  1. Experimental Safari feature points to a future with tracker-free ads

    Apple thinks it has come up with a way for advertisers to track how well their ads…

  2. Apple to launch new privacy feature for ad tracking in browser

    Users will not be uniquely identified across websites they visit in order to track ad clicks…

  3. Vizio unveils all-new 4K HDR smart TVs, Apple’s HomeKit and AirPlay 2 coming later this year

    When Apple listed all the AirPlay 2-compatible TVs, there was good news for Vizio TV owners…

  4. How Apple’s AirPlay 2 and TV App work on a Samsung TV

    When iOS 12.3 and tvOS 12.3 launched earlier this week with the updated TV app…

  5. Why is privacy-minded Apple putting its new TV app on smart TVs notorious for spying on users?

    Even non-technical viewers are increasingly aware that their smart TVs are spying on them…

  6. A photo storage app ‘Ever’ used customers’ private snaps to train facial recognition AI without informing users

    Ever then offers to sell that technology to private companies, law enforcement and the military…

  7. What Apple, Facebook and Google each mean by ‘privacy’

    Each company defines privacy differently and emphasizes different trade-offs…

  8. U.S. Republicans and Democrats agree on need for bipartisan privacy legislation; divided over giving more powers to FTC

    Democratic and Republican lawmakers both stressed the need for bipartisan privacy legislation…

  9. Watch CNBC’s full interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook

    CNBC’s Becky Quick sat down with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the Berkshire Hathaway…

  10. Apple CEO Cook discusses protection of customers’ private data: ‘You are not our product’

    Apple CEO Tim Cook is worried about the protection of personal data…

  11. 63% of people find smart home devices ‘creepy’

    Smart home devices are ‘creepy’ according to the majority of people who own them…

  12. Canadian watchdog to seek court order to force Facebook to follow privacy laws

    Facebook Inc broke Canadian privacy laws when it collected the information of some 600,000 citizens…

  13. Apple CEO Tim Cook: Technology needs government regulation

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has called for more government regulation on the technology industry…

  14. Facebook ‘unintentionally uploaded’ email contacts of up to 1.5 million users

    Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it may have ‘unintentionally uploaded’ email contacts…

  15. Apple to expand Apple Watch authentication on Mac

    Starting with macOS 10.15, Apple is working on making Apple Watch authentication on the Mac go even further…

  16. Google bankrupting Apple’s privacy promises by handing over iPhone data to the police

    Having an iPhone doesn’t stop Google handing over your data…

  17. Amazon confirms it is listening to Alexa recordings captured in Echo owners’ homes and offices

    Some people are reluctant to invite the devices and their powerful microphones into their homes out of concern that someone might be listening…

  18. Three simple reasons why I won’t downgrade to an Android phone

    The iPhone is very well built, it’s extremely fast, and it still sets the tone for the industry…

  19. Hands-on with Apple’s AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on a Vizio smart TV

    Vizio yesterday launched a beta version of its updated Smartcast software…

  20. ACLU files complaint with U.S. DHS over unwarranted interrogation of Apple employee and attempted device search

    Today the ACLU Foundation of Northern California (ACLU-NC) filed a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security on behalf of Apple employee…

  21. New York Times’ tech columnist deleted Facebook last year. Here’s what changed (and what didn’t).

    When Facebook and its family of apps experienced a daylong malfunction last week…

  22. Facebook stored hundreds of millions of user passwords in plain text for years; Change your Facebook and/or Instagram password now

    The Facebook source said the investigation so far indicates between 200 million and 600 million Facebook users may have had their account passwords stored in plain text and searchable by more than 20,000 Facebook employees…

  23. doxo launches Apple Pay, simplifying bill payments to over 45,000 billers

    doxo, the online bill payment service, today announced the launch of Apple Pay…

  24. Investigators sought to use Michael Cohen’s face and fingerprints to access his Apple devices

    Investigators asked for court permission to use Michael Cohen’s Face ID and fingerprints to access Apple devices…

  25. Roku has nearly finalized support for Apple’s AirPlay 2 in Roku media players and Roku-based smart TVs

    AirPlay 2 integration is expected to arrive in the form of a Roku OS software update for Roku media players…