The Google G Suite productivity apps will now show your employe if you’re using their apps with the help of the new Work Insights tool.
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The Five, Nine, and Fourteen Eyes refers to sets of international intelligence alliances who compose agreements that govern data collection and sharing between governments.
Android devices send data to Google more often than Safari sends data to Apple, according to a new report.
Windows 10 tracks your app launch activities so as to show your most used apps in the Start menu. Here’s how to disable it and prevent Windows from tracking.
Apple was asked by United States lawmakers recently how iPhone use is tracked without users’ knowledge or consent.
What if it wasn’t data from social networks that was being taken from us but data of our own emotional states from our brains?
There is still continued interest in Facebook and how it is using our data and the ethicality of it. It appears that it doesn’t even matter if you’re a Facebook user. They still have access to your data.
All you have to do is turn on children’s programming and see how they are being targeted with ads. Should YouTube be allowed to target kids with ads?
One of the main reasons to use a VPN is to keep your information private, but some of the most popular VPNs are actually keeping logs on you, even after promising that they won’t.
If you’re trying to squeeze as much usage out of your mobile data plan as possible, here are some apps to make finding data-munchers much easier.
Most of the apps that drain battery life or collect massive data about you are the apps you use every day. Here are some popular Android apps to uninstall right now.