Posts Tagged ‘Privacy’

Chinese deepfake app, ZAO, for iPhone has gone viral since launch, generating serious security and privacy concerns. Here are the details.

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Apple has today announced that it will be restarting its Siri grading program later this year. It also says that it will be making some policy changes following the recent discovery that contractors were able to listen to some recordings.

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Huawei CEO has just said that Apple is his ‘role model’ when it comes to user privacy. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Apple continues to push its privacy stance by debuting two new billboard ads in Canada. They continue a theme that started with similar ads in Las Vegas during the CES event in January.

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Anyone crossing the Chinese border through specific crossings in the Xinjiang region may have had spyware installed on their phones, according to reports from multiple outlets including The New York Times and The Guardian.

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iOS 13 includes a new feature that offers a more detailed indication of which apps have been using your location data in the background. Here are the details.

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CNBC has shared a new report in which it points out that Google tracks purchases via its Gmail service. Any email invoices or receipts that arrive in Gmail accounts are picked up by Google, giving it an overall impression of the things you’re buying, and when.

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Apple continued its iPhone advertising push with a pair of new ads this past week. One video focuses on the iPhone XR’s battery life, while the other points out the privacy aspects of Apple’s iMessage service.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with ABC News’ Diane Sawyer to discuss a range of Apple-related topics including digital wellbeing and the company’s focus on privacy.

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Amazon’s Alex Team can apparently ascertain the home addresses of Alexa users. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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It appears Facebook’s executive team used the social network’s data as leverage when dealing with other companies. This comes after NBC News was able to get its hands on documentation including emails and spreadsheets showing the fact.

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Thousands of Amazon employees listen to your Alexa conversations to improve quality, according to a new report. Here’s everything you need to know.

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