New Verizon rewards program will give you coffee, music and rides in exchange for your behavioral data for targeted ads. What's the price for your privacy?
Securus data scandal exposes cavalier attitude of location aggregators and mobile carriers towards location data and consumer privacy.
Cybereason recently exposed a multi-year cyber espionage operation carried out by Chinese hackers where they follow their targets moving from country to country by hopping from one breached network to another.
New report shows Chinese hackers engaging in cyber espionage by stealing SMS messages and phone records to track and monitor top diplomats and foreign leaders.
Newly leaked internal document suggests that Facebook data sharing program with U.S. top mobile carriers may be highly extensive and intrusive.
The rolling back of the broadband privacy rules set in place by the Obama administration only a short time ago should concern everyone with a stake in privacy. The Trump government has bowed to pressure from ISPs to allow them to in effect gather browsing data from customers – and then monetise that data through on selling it to marketing and advertising companies. In this article, we examine just how we have arrived at this point.
Four of the largest U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, face a potential collective fine of $200 million for failing to secure location data sold to third parties.
Federal agencies urged FCC to consider China Telecom a national security threat, pointing to concerns that the company is vulnerable to exploitation, influence, and control by the Chinese government.