Flaws in Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature allow hackers to track users as they navigate the Internet and gain access to their cross-site browsing history.
Apple-Google Joint Contact Tracing Technology for Health Agencies Launches, but Early Adoption by Governments Is Limited
Apple and Google jointly launched a contact tracing technology for health agencies to develop their own apps but only three U.S. states have committed to using it in their public health strategies.
Leading Investment Analyst Thinks Apple Is Moving Into Mobile Advertising; App Tracking Transparency Framework May Be “Cover” for Search Product
Apple's recent privacy campaign, which has essentially alienated the mobile advertising industry by crippling app tracking, is ostensibly about putting the consumer first. That may not be the company’s endgame.
Invoking the Needs of Small Businesses, Facebook Accuses Apple of Anticompetitive Behavior Over Advertising Changes
Facebook has accused Apple of anticompetitive behavior, pointing to an expectation of disproportionate damage done to small businesses that rely on personalized ads.
Apple has released a major update for its Safari's Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) which blocks all third-party cookies by default for all Safari users.
FCC commissioner is calling for app stores to give TikTok the boot over national security concerns based on a leak of internal audio recordings of TikTok meetings showing engineers in China had backdoor access to the data of all of its users.
Apple Feels Pressure to Renew Public Commitment to Privacy Due to Trump Phone Data Probe, Leaks of Photos During iPhone Repair
Apple is feeling pressure to reaffirm its privacy stance due to two recent news stories: its cooperation with subpoenas from the Trump administration that saw phone data handed over, and a case in which iPhone repair techs stole compromising photos.
In the first part of a three part series of articles, Pauline C. Reich, Professor and Director of the Asia-Pacific Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Internet Security Research Institute at Waseda University School of Law in Tokyo, Japan gives some context to the recent US v. Apple case.
We look at the ease of use, reliability and strength of Apple's iPhone X new Face ID security feature. Should you keep your face (password) to yourself?
While Google has put on a public appearance of being more neutral and detached on the issue, a lawsuit revealed that it has quietly been working behind the scenes with Facebook to circumvent Apple’s new privacy protections.