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Archive Tag: privacy

20 years later, unchecked data collection is part of 9/11’s legacy

John Ackerly Contributor Share on Twitter John Ackerly is co-founder and CEO of Virtru Corporation. Previously, he was an investor at Lindsay Goldberg LLC, acted as a engineering programme adviser at the White House and was the Policy and Strategic Planning director at the U.S. Department of Commerce. Almost every American adult recollects, in unforgettable […]

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Evervault’s ‘encryption as a service’ is now open access

Dublin-based Evervault, a developer-focused security startup which sells encryption vis API and is in favour of a raft of big name investors including the likes of Sequoia, Kleiner Perkins and Index Ventures, is coming out of closed beta today — announcing open access to its encryption engine. The startup says some 3,000 makes are on […]

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WhatsApp gains the ability to transfer chat history between mobile operating systems

WhatsApp customers will finally be able to move their part schmooze autobiography between mobile operating systems — something that’s been one of users’ biggest requests to date. The companionship today feed specific features that will soon become available to users of both iOS and Android devices, allowing them to move their WhatsApp voice records, photographs […]

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A new ‘digital violence’ platform maps dozens of victims of NSO Group’s spyware

For the first time, researchers have planned all the known targets, including journalists, partisans, and defenders of human rights, whose phones were spoofed by Pegasus, a spyware developed by NSO Group. Forensic Architecture, an academic group at Goldsmiths, University of London that investigates human rights abuses, rubbed dozens of reports from human rights radicals, carried […]

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Perspectives on tackling Big Tech’s market power

The need for markets-focused competition watchdogs and consumer-centric privacy regulators to think outside their respective’ legal silos’ and catch innovative ways to work together to tackle the challenge of big tech marketplace power was the impetus for got a couple of fascinating panel discussions organized by the Centre for Economic Policy Research( CEPR ), who […]

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Amazon’s Sidewalk Will Soon Share Your Internet With Your Neighbors

As a lot of our inventions these days need to connect to the cloud to complete the setup process, it can be a bit troublesome when you’re trying to setup a new machine and you don’t have an internet connection. However, it seems that in the future, Amazon will solve that problem by get part […]

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Google Photos’ Locked Folder Won’t Sync Across Devices

Recently, Google divulged an upcoming piece for Google Photos in the form of a Locked Folder. This basically establishes a folder on Google Photos that is password protected and photos stored in there won’t be visible while scrolling through your camera rolling, thus saving you from possible embarrassment or tricky times when passing someone your […]

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Following Apple’s launch of privacy labels, Google to add a ‘safety’ section in Google Play

Months after Apple’s App Store introduced privacy names for apps, Google announced its own mobile app marketplace, Google Play, will follow suit. The busines today pre-announced its plans to introduce a new “safety” slouse in Google Play, going out next year, which will require app makes to share what sort of data their apps accumulate, […]

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Proctorio sued for using DMCA to take down a student’s critical tweets

A university student is indicting exam proctoring software make Proctorio to” quash a campaign of persecution” against reviewers of the company, including an accusation that the company ill-use copyright laws to remove his tweets that were critical of the software. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which filed the lawsuit this week on behalf of Miami University […]

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MEPs call for European AI rules to ban biometric surveillance in public

A cross-party group of 40 MEPs in the European parliament has announced on the Commission to strengthen an incoming legislative project on artificial intelligence to include an outright restriction on the purpose of applying facial identification and other means of biometric surveillance in public places. They have also recommended EU lawmakers to proscribe automated recognition […]

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