Facebook with its fair share of data security scandals and the government’s past of secretly monitoring of citizens’ communication. Who does US citizens trust more with their data?
A new bill on consumer privacy proposed in Maryland gives residents the right to opt out of certain types of personal data transfers to third parties.
China has added a "color code" in their national surveillance system to mark citizens according to their level of COVID-19 contagion risk and flag those with yellow and red codes for quarantine.
After one year of reviewing data collection practices on smartphone apps, the Chinese government imposed new regulations on 41 apps that were found to be out of compliance.
News has recently emerged that the US Census Bureau was compromised by a cyber attack in January 2020 which was traced back to a Citrix vulnerability that had just been publicly disclosed about a month prior.
More than 110 civil society organizations have jointly issued a statement against the COVID-19 digital surveillance performed by governments around the world to curb the pandemic.
Uber refused to share their mobility data with Los Angeles Department of Transportation as they think the agency plans to monetize it and control the movement of vehicles on LA streets.
For decades, U.S.-controlled Crypto AG helped the CIA spy on governments around the world by inserting encryption backdoor in cryptographic equipment.
The private sector is increasingly turning to cyber insurance to at least mitigate some of the effects of hacking, however governments across the globe seem to have been slow to take advantage. Given the severity of the cyber threats, is it time for public sector agencies to leverage cyber insurance offerings?