A federal court said Facebook users in Illinois can sue the company over face recognition technology. Facebook said users can choose to turn off the feature. It plans to seek a review of the ruling.
It turns out the patterns in the way your mobile phone moves around say a lot about your personality.
The U.K.’s Information Commissioner is starting off the week with a GDPR bang: This morning, it announced that it has fined British Airways and its parent International Airlines Group (IAG) £183.39 million ($230 million) in connection with a data breach that took place last year that affected a whopping 500,000 customers browsing and booking tickets online. In an […]
The computers contain info about previous owners, including video, location and navigational data showing what happened just before a crash.
Exclusive: Advertisers are collecting info that can help them skirt an Android privacy feature, according to new research.
Apple’s work with the VA is important, and not just for veterans. The barriers that have prevented people from accessing their health data are now coming down.
Apple has blocked Google’s ability to distribute its internal iOS apps, before Google could voluntarily shut it down.
Facebook reportedly asserted that it was working on a research program to learn about users smartphone habits and usage to help serve better.
This internet tracker can follow your browsing for months even if you use ad blockers, by measuring variations in the quartz crystals in your device’s clock
Data harvesting on Android apps is ‘out of control’ say Oxford researchers