President Joe Biden had revoked a number of executive orders from former…
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Facebook apparently funded research with the purpose of criticizing the new App Tracking Transparency framework Apple introduced with iOS 14.5
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Google was so desperate to save its ad revenue that it pressured OEMs into obeying its wish, and even succeeded at convincing LG to do so.
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The intelligence agency will contribute its own share of compromised credentials that will be added to the Have I Been Pwned database.
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Instagram might soon allow users to receive two factor authentication (2FA) codes for identity verification on their WhatsApp account.
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Instead of taking a threatening tone that Facebook adopted, Twitter is telling users that ad-tracking will keep the ads they see relevant.
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It seems that you can opt to verify your Twitter account starting next week, but there are several new changes and requirements to be met
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Report shows that more than 40 percent of children are being exposed to sexual abuse on social media apps like Facebook, Instagram, and more
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Nothing is for free. Especially not online. There’s always a price, and it’s your most valuable asset: your data. Protect your privacy!
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As per Flurry Media, merely 4% of users in the United States opted-in for being tracked by apps in the second week after iOS 14.5’s release.
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A vulnerability in Qualcomm’s Mobile Station Modems (MSM) could allow a hacker to read your texts, record conversations, and even unlock SIM.
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Ahead of the Facebook deadline to accept the new terms, I decided…
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