Those little automated data tracking mechanisms are subject to special treatment, consent, opt in and opt out requirements. Have you properly accounted for cookies for GDPR and CCPA?
While contact tracing apps in different countries are under various stages of deployment, there is an ongoing debate over the use of centralized vs. decentralized tracking in the app.
Countries are working on contact tracing apps that have data safeguards built in to address privacy concerns while fighting against COVID-19. Can these apps really preserve privacy?
Apple has released a major update for its Safari's Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) which blocks all third-party cookies by default for all Safari users.
South Korea uses mobile phone location data to track places where coronavirus patients had been and send text message warnings to individuals who are located in the exposed areas.
Study shows Brave as the most private browser while privacy-invading telemetry in the new chromium-based Microsoft Edge and Yandex ranks both the most privacy-intrusive browsers.
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.
Flaws in Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature allow hackers to track users as they navigate the Internet and gain access to their cross-site browsing history.
Google's privacy sandbox proposal now plans to phase out third party cookies from the Chrome browser by 2022, and has laid out what is at least a theoretical roadmap to preserving the targeted ad industry without the major incursions into user privacy that are so common today.
Recent New York Times report sheds light on how companies are using smartphone tracking technology to collect, analyze, and resell location data to advertisers and marketing technology.