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Data privacy isn’t optional anymore, and if companies treat customers’ privacy lightly, they’re going to lose them. Instead, by prioritizing security, organizations can build brand trust and improve relationships with valued consumers, a business proposition that’s good for everyone.
Apple's new app tracking rules are supposed to guarantee that users know when they are being identified and tracked. A new study finds that iPhone apps are continuing to find ways to profile and follow users even after they choose to opt out.
Controversial anti-doxxing law that has been in the works since the 2019 protests has emerged from Hong Kong's legislature, with language that appears to confirm the fears of critics.
A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC finds that Americans have a very pessimistic overall view of online security and privacy, believing that things like location data and even private text messages are likely to be exposed.
A new data sharing law that recently went into effect in New York City is being challenged by food delivery giant DoorDash on the grounds that it requires revealing too much confidential and sensitive information to restaurants.
A Facebook blog post directed at its advertising partners reveals that the social media giant has been underreporting iOS ad performance by about 15% in the aggregate since the major privacy update was rolled out on Apple’s mobile operating system in late April.
A little under a decade ago, Google marketed its smart glasses as a combination of fashion and function that it expected to become a hot trend. Facebook is forging ahead with its own version, and regulators are not wasting any time scrutinizing it.
ProtonMail has built its reputation in no small part because of its pledge to not keep user IP logs except in "extreme criminal cases." A recent case indicates that the circumstances may not need to be all that extreme.