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.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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?
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.
In a recent case against Retina-X, FTC alleged the developer created monitoring apps that provide online and physical tracking of individuals which could also be used for illegal activities.
The new “Tracking the Trackers” report showed that 79% of all websites globally are secretly tracking your online behavior. Moreover, many are, in turn, forwarding your personal information to other companies. For many, the message is clear: it’s time to take back the web and end this widespread invasion of privacy.
Instead of sending personally identifiable information directly to advertisers, Google is allegedly using hidden web tracking pages to keep its online advertising profitable.