Some are calling it the "Cop Button"
Scraping public profile information is allowed, says judge
Firms argue that the Fourth Amendment needs to be adapted for modern times
The 'Full' diagnostic data setting is enabled by default, though
Anything stored solely on remote servers is off limits
Telecoms firms were the worst offenders
New Zealand airport customs officials routinely demand passwords and perform "digital strip searches" on travelers
If an airport customs agent made you hand over your passwords, what would you do?
It will still show ads personalized with information gathered from other sources
The amendment would make end-to-end encryption mandatory
Also, new settings to give you more control over notifications and location data
It's users' fault for not reading the ToS, apparently
Oregon Senator Wyden introduces the Protecting Data at the Border Act
AppFlash launcher will track your data to sell ads
GoFundMe campaign looks to buy web browsing histories of legislators who voted against online privacy rules
You should think twice before throwing your money at this
Today the US House votes to repeal online privacy rules, last chance to protect your browsing history
If you care about your right to online privacy, read this and act fast!
You choose who can see where you are and for how long