Google is potentially facing a $5 billion fine for privacy violations by collecting data without consent when users are in "private browsing" mode.
Google is attempting to acquire access to over 50 million healthcare data in 21 different states, all without the consent of patients, doctors or other healthcare professionals.
An alarming number of pre-installed Android apps are not included in Google Play which open the smartphone and tablet users to data exploitation by their device manufacturer.
Google admitted that back in March 2018, it became aware of a data breach that may have impacted up to 500,000 users, but failed to disclose it to users or regulators. Are big Silicon Valley tech giants are “too big to trust”?
New studies from FireEye Mandiant Threat Intelligence and Google’s Project Zero found that 2021 was a record year for zero-day vulnerabilities, more than doubling the amount seen in 2020.
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."
The secret "Jedi Blue" deal that is facing antitrust probes involves Facebook refraining from engaging in "header bidding," a practice that tends to take money out of Google's coffers.
The unique device identifier that Apple uses for personalized ad tracking, the IDFA, has been in the news lately. You may soon be hearing just as much about Google's equivalent for Android, the AAID.
The drama playing out between Apple and Google over ITP is a great example of the importance of taking a measured and industry-wide approach to evolving solutions for online privacy.
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.