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.
China publicly accuses CIA of 11 years of cyber espionage however the report has little to offer as hard evidence and there is no previous reference on the alleged hacking group.
Privacy advocates are voicing opposition against India's long-awaited national data protection law as it makes broad exceptions for government agencies and stipulates high fines and costs.
Newly uncovered cyber espionage scheme shows Iranian hackers using unpatched VPN vulnerabilities as a point of entrance into the networks of government and private sector organizations.
For decades, U.S.-controlled Crypto AG helped the CIA spy on governments around the world by inserting encryption backdoor in cryptographic equipment.
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.
Two major Japanese defense contractors recently admitted to data breaches back in 2015 and 2018 when they were infected with malware and possibly had their files stolen.
U.S. Department of Defense requires all defense contractors to complete a cybersecurity certification before submitting proposals by 2026, starting with higher-level contractors this June.
Serious questions over facial recognition technology has motivated 40 groups headed by EPIC to draft a letter to the PCLOB recommending that federal agencies suspend the use of facial recognition surveillance systems.
U.S. government-funded Android phones are found to contain unremovable pre-installed malware that leaves the phone vulnerable to invasive advertising and auto-installation of apps without user’s permission.