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A WhatsApp vulnerability was discovered that allowed attackers to install government-grade spyware on phones running affected versions.
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Apple issues an official statement after reports that it anticompetitively removed screen time apps from the Store. The company cites privacy reasons.
Facebook has once again leaked an important amount of their users' data through some public servers in Amazon that includes photos, passwords and more
Today WhatsApp announced changes to the WhatsApp Group privacy settings. You can now choose who can add you to a group chat.
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A recent Facebook password issue has surfaced, and, according to reports, between 200 million and 600 million users were and their passwords were affected.
The iPhone maker is working on a new way to prevent governments and spy actors from knowing who sent what messages with encryption.
Google Assistant won't use a matching sample of your voice to authenticate and unlock your phone or tablet anymore. What's more, there are new privacy measures.
Germany's competition watchdog, the Bundeskartellamt, has ordered Facebook to stop combining data without users' consent.
Businesses secretly record what you do in their apps to improve them. More worryingly, that software isn't perfect at hiding sensitive data.
The new WhatsApp update for iPhone brings the ability to lock down your application and require Face ID or Touch ID to unlock it.
"Project Atlas" has been caught out and Facebook is being punished by Apple for violation of its app distribution rules — not seemingly a privacy battle.
The Huawei 5G customer base has recorded a slight increase according to the company's chairman, to reach 25 commercial contracts to date.
A new Android Trojan has been detected and it's the kind that will literally cost you money, as it will transfer funds from your PayPal.
The European Commissioner for Digital Single Market said that the European Union should be worried about Huawei and other Chinese companies.
It denies the notion that it is a security threat to European Union member governments and is working on fixing its labs in the United Kingdom.
Despite all the criticism towards Google and its privacy practices, Tim Cook defended Google and Apple's lucrative deal with it.
Google's carrier is testing out putting VPN on all connections, be it through Wi-Fi or cellular. This should enhance privacy.