As with Apple's new program, the proposed privacy labels are meant to give end users a quick reference to the range of data that Android apps are asking for.
Faced with unrelenting policy, Apple has reportedly turned over servers containing iCloud data to the charge of the Chinese government.
A court battle is brewing as a collection of states challenges the Census Bureau's use of "differential privacy," a new method for anonymizing and securing census data.
From a consumer and business standpoint, encryption is a boom, but it’s also providing a major stumbling block for law enforcement and enterprise investigation teams. How then can investigators lawfully gather evidence from encrypted messaging apps while protecting privacy?
Changing attitudes, new and evolving regulations and the demise of third-party cookies have shifted traditional marketing practices towards zero party data as the favored solution.
More stringent data collection rules went into effect in China at the beginning of May. The government continued to show that it is serious about its regulatory stance by sweeping up 33 mobile apps.
The Instagram ads varied by user but revealed things such as their location, job title, marital status, interests and even search terms they may have used in a bid to highlight Facebook’s data collection.
Apple sells itself to consumers on security and privacy, and one of the building blocks of that ecosystem is its App Store policies. Should Epic's antitrust lawsuit succeed, the "walled garden" may be breached.
EU officials are considering wide-ranging regulation that would include heavy restrictions on a range of "high risk" AI applications; a leaked document also indicates that a facial recognition ban is being proposed.
ECB survey found that EU residents are most interested in having the proposed "digital euro" respect their privacy as the CBDC plan seeks to create a freely accessible digital means of payment.