An at-home DNA company sold 1.5 million of their kits and then allowed the FBI to take a look at the data to solve crimes. Is that what their customers had in mind?
Mercedes admitted that all the cars it sells are fittedwith tracking devices. And they aren’t the only ones. All modern vehciles have tje same capability.
85 Android apps were downladeda total of 8 million times from Google Play. These photography and gaming apps flooded users with spam.
Apple filed a copyright-infringement lawsuit, acusing Corellium of copying iOS and violating a “good faith” agreement to find flaws.
Apple has released its “Tracking Prevention Plolicy, but this may be too little, too late for many consumers after the addmsions recordings were being kept.
Facebook has admitted that Messengers, like Google, Apple, and Amazon, also saved recording so that they can train teh A.I.
A class-action lawsuit was filed accusing Apple of false advertising by not telling iCloud users that data was being saved on third-party servers.
Destructive malware is still very much out there. It’s just not targeting your home PCs anymore! It is now targeting business, where the real money is.
The Facebook-owned Instagram was caught doing something very similar to Facebook. An ad partner secretly collected locations and stories of users.
In what seems to be a serial effort, Naples, Florida, was hacked, main git the four Florida city to be hacked in less than two months.
Privacy-focused Apple has reversed on ot its politics and has stopped the praactice of listening to Siri recordings and will later allow users to opt out.
iPhone sales are continuing to drop, but Apple’s profits are up overall in Q3. This is because the company banked on their multiple services to carry them through.
Days after Equifax reached a settlement in their data breach case, Capitol One discloses a data breach of 100. million credit card applications.
A loophole was found in LinkedIn that allows users to post job openings to any company’s LinkedIn page. Job openings could even be posted for Google.
If you are one of that very large group of people affected by the 2017 Equifax data breach, you may have $125 or more coming to you.
Just like the adult versions of Facebook apps, it turns out Messenger Kids can’t be trusted, as it allows children to chat with strangers.
Despite Apple’s “planned obsolescence” being disproven, they have lost a lawsuit in Quebec, Canada claiming they were dishonest.
It’s been determined that as many as 4 million people have been giving up data unknowingly through Google Chrome and Firefox extensions.