Google and Apple are having a debate over privacy as a luxury good with Apple offering privacy enhancements on its expensive devices while Google wants consumers to believe privacy is their fundamental civil right.
Some of Apple’s new privacy rules have gone active ahead of iOS 14.5, and the most recent looks to make device fingerprinting a thing of the past on the App Store.
While the tech companies seem to be in full support of passwordless authentication, the tech community remains divided on whether it is really "ready for primetime."
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.
Facebook is employing some creative new tactics in its extended battle with Apple. A paid academic study concludes that Apple's new privacy policies in iOS 14 are anticompetitive.
Apple and Google are developing a unified contact tracing app for coronavirus, however much work is needed from the two tech giants to address consumer privacy and coverage concerns.
Anonymous inside sources revealed that an attack campaign conducted in the middle of 2021 netted sensitive user data from Apple and Meta, with the hackers posing as legitimate law enforcement agencies.
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.
Computer security researchers uncovered a macOS ransomware that exclusively targets computers running the operating system, exploiting macOS users’ false sense of security.