Apple's new iOS 14 privacy labels will address data collection by displaying "data used to track you" and "data linked to you" for each app that is installed on a device.
Facial recognition firm Clearview AI is facing a new lawsuit for violating Illinois state privacy laws for trawling public sources to vacuum up pictures of millions of people without consent.
Law enforcement agencies purchasing illicit breach data from SpyCloud, presumably for use in investigations, raising questions of due legal process by these agencies.
Securing digital identity on immunity passport will require a trusted guardian that has significant checks and balances in its design and always put our privacy first.
In this first part of a two-part series, we explore some of the issues around government surveillance and the search for that elusive balance between security and privacy. In this first part, we explore how serious the threat of cyber snooping by government surveillance is and why we shouldn’t panic just yet.
Companies who conduct web scraping or do business with data harvesters need to understand the nuanced legality of web scraping so they can better navigate the risks associated with the practice and protect themselves from liability.
Using any of the Top 100 health websites? There’s a good chance that sensitive medical data and identifying personal information could be shared with tech firms, advertisers and data brokers without your knowledge or consent.
Reknown privacy expert, Dr. Anita Allen, shares her perspectives on digital ethics and privacy in this interview with Rafael Moscatel, Managing Director of Compliance and Privacy Partners.
The need for more data sharing amongst financial institutions to combat anti-money laundering does not have to clash with the growing movement to enforce stringent data privacy standards.
20 NGOs from across the world published a common statement about their serious concerns on Google's access to health data with the planned takeover of Fitbit.