Was it Google's Eric Schmidt, Sun's Scott McNealy or Mark Cuban?
'The feature is launching as a technical preview'
'[We] cannot see your private messages or hear your calls'
Surrender your personal data, or else
App makers will use 'device fingerprinting' if denied access to a user's IDFA
How long can it go without updating its iPhone apps?
It's not the first time this happens either
Facebook wants to prevent the adpocalypse... with ads
Consumers versus Commerce with Big Data in the middle
Facebook, champion of small businesses everywhere...
Privacy information has to be listed in the App Store only
'There's something hauntingly beautiful watching all these iPhones die as they get a WiFi broadcast packet of death'
Two heavyweights fighting in the privacy ring
LAPD can still use in-house alternatives, though
Non-profit group NOYB says the company's IDFA used on iPhone is unlawful
Originally calling it an 'internal network breach,' the company now admits it was 'customized ransomware'
Doing so will disable some key functionality, though
As long as your chat partners opt-in
Starting December 8, developers are required to provide tracking information to users
Would you let police access your security cams?
Portland residents value their privacy, it seems
Blue Steel is being tested internally on the Nest Hub Max
Scary powerful forensic tools
Backdoors at the cost of weakened encryption?
Security researchers say the exploit is 'unpatchable'