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Jan 09, 2019
Tokenisation of debit and credit cards: All you need to know about how to do transactions through mobiles and tablets safelyTokenisation differs from encryption significantly.
Dec 07, 2018
Australia passes controversial bill forcing tech companies to hand over encrypted dataThe bill provides for fines of up to A$10 million ($7.3 million) for institutions and prison terms for individuals for failing to hand over data
Dec 05, 2018
Australian law expected to give authorities the power to spy on messages on WhatsApp and TelegramThe proposed laws could force companies to remove electronic protections, assist government agencies in accessing material from a suspect's device
Nov 08, 2018
Dutch police break encrypted chat service, intercept over 258,000 messagesDutch police claim that breaking the encryption allowed them to make several drug busts.
Nov 05, 2018
Data privacy is a must, it should not be at the cost of innovation: RS PrasadOn the matter of Aadhaar, Prasad made no mention of the innumerable breaches of demographic data.
Oct 13, 2018
Apple stresses on stonger encryption to protect against threats of cyber attacksIn a letter to the Australian government, Apple asserted that encryption is a benefit and public good.
Jul 17, 2018
Skype 8.0 launches on desktop, will soon roll-out call recording and encryptionSkype 8.0 also comes with features like group calls that could bring together over 24 people at once.
May 31, 2018
Facebook's size won't be considered as a barrier while entering into new deals in different marketsEU regulators have expressed concern about a plan by Facebook and WhatsApp to begin sharing users’ phone numbers and other data.
Apr 16, 2018
WhatsApp now allows you to re-download accidentally deleted photos and videos on AndroidFor the system to work, Facebook will need to store this data indefinitely. Facebook does claim that all media files are encrypted, however.
Jan 11, 2018
WhatsApp security flaws could allow hackers to slide into group chats without being detectedOnly an administrator of a group can invite new members, but WhatsApp does not have a mechanism to authenticate that invitation, a small but fatal flaw.