Privacy Isn’t a Right You Can Click Away

Be trustworthy—have you ever ever learn a privateness disclosure? Even as soon as? Facebook’s information privateness…

Facebook Groups Are Destroying America

The Covid-19 “infodemic” has laid naked how susceptible the United States is to disinformation. The nation…

A Bill in Congress Would Limit Uses of Facial Recognition

This week IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft all mentioned they’d halt gross sales of facial recognition to…

Twitter’s Newest Trick Relies on Tracking More of Your Clicks

Twitter launched a new feature Wednesday that prompts customers to learn hyperlinks to articles earlier than…

Amazon Won’t Let Police Use Its Facial Recognition Tech for One Year

Amazon introduced on Wednesday it was implementing a “one-year moratorium” on police use of Rekognition, its…

Privacy startup Evervault backed by former Facebook exec Alex Stamos

Evervault co-founder and CEO Shane Curran. Evervault At 19 years of age, Irish entrepreneur Shane Curran…

Google Reveals Location Data to Help the Coronavirus Response

Google is revealing anonymized location data on the actions of individuals in 131 international locations as…

Why Don’t We Just Ban Targeted Advertising?

You most likely keep in mind this second. It was April 2018, the height of the…

How Surveillance Could Save Lives Amid a Public Health Crisis

For every new transmission of coronavirus, think about the “tick tick tick” of a stopwatch. At…

The Broadband Industry Is Suing Maine Over a Web Privacy Law

The broadband trade is suing Maine to cease a web-browsing privateness legislation just like the one…