Privacy watchdog is calling on GDPR regulators to enforce an EU-wide ban
It still has at least seven others that don't have data collection information listed
'[We] cannot see your private messages or hear your calls'
Surrender your personal data, or else
How long can it go without updating its iPhone apps?
Starting December 8, developers are required to provide tracking information to users
It's not a bug; it's a feature
"Android Lockbox" may be the company's way to spy on its rivals
The Data Protection Agency would investigate any mishandling of consumer data
Startup has been told to stay off YouTube and Google and now Instagram and Facebook
How much is your information worth?
Remember to check your apps' location-data permissions
Google and Facebook are the biggest beneficiaries
Walmart wanting to track your vitals is flat out disturbing
More privacy woes for Facebook
It says "the customer is not our product"
Apps are quietly collecting full browser histories against Google rules
Company has ties to Washington and the Kremlin and claims access to 'trillions of consumer conversations'
Owning your data doesn't mean much if you can't use it
Cheap phones can come at a high price
Chances are it had a file on you
UK courts will decide the case valued at $4.29 billion
Machines that know our wants and needs even before we do may be able to twist us to their hidden agendas
Google is costing Aussie users 1GB of mobile data per month, according to Oracle
Users have a week to look over the proposed changes and provide feedback