Latest News on Privacy
Showing of 0 - 10 from 1246 results
Privacy - Total results - 1246
Oct 24, 2017
Microsoft to drop the lawsuit against the US after the Department of Justice revises data requests rulesMicrosoft filed the lawsuit in April 2016 arguing that the US government was violating the constitution by preventing the company from informing its customers about government requests for their emails and other documents.
Oct 22, 2017
AIBOC urges Centre to stop mandatory Aadhaar linking with bank accounts until SC directiveJoining the Aadhaar seeding debate, public sector banks' officer union has demanded that mandatory linking of biometric identity number should be put on hold till such time the Supreme Court comes out with a clear directive.
Oct 21, 2017
Your app use and location can be tracked through online advertising for as little as $1,000The attacker can serve a number of hyperlocal advertisements, which are only served when the target is at a particular location.
Oct 18, 2017
EU-US Privacy Shield gets green light from the European Union after the first reviewThe EU executive said it was satisfied that the framework continues to ensure adequate protection for Europeans’ personal data.
Oct 18, 2017
After Telegram, WhatsApp introduces Live Location sharing for Android and iPhoneIt's now going to get a lot easier to track your loved ones, whether they are commuting, or share your location with friends when your heading to a meetup, all thanks to WhatsApp's Live Location feature.
Oct 17, 2017
Oct 16, 2017
US Supreme Court agrees to resolve the privacy of emails dispute between the Justice Department and MicrosoftThe appeals court ruled that Microsoft could not be forced to turn over emails sought in the narcotics case that were stored in Dublin.
Oct 14, 2017
Carl Pei attempts to reassure users that OnePlus collected personal user data in good faith, failsIn response to backlash from the users, Carl Pei finally broke his silence to say that, “We take our users - and their data privacy - very seriously.”
Oct 14, 2017
India is on a very good wicket on privacy, says architect of Aadhaar scheme Nandan NilekaniIndia is on a "very good wicket" on privacy in this age of digital technology, architect of the Aadhaar scheme Nandan Nilekani has said.
Oct 13, 2017
Equifax claries that its system is not compromised; third-party vendors are running malicious code on the websiteEquifax said it has removed the vendor’s code from the web page, which was taken offline so the company can conduct further analysis.