It also wants to depose Elon Musk
Beta runs on WebView2 engine and includes cookie permissions skip function
Games and social media apps are the worst offenders
Check out the definition of "harmful material"
Would a smaller camera mean more convenience or more privacy concerns?
Microsoft's latest OS starts collecting telemetry as soon as the boot process ends
The update won't snitch on licenses or anything else, Microsoft promises
A case of human error with major consequences
Don't leave memory cards in the devices you sell
Company banned lawyers suing it from its venues, identifying them with facial recognition
Telegram is adding a new privacy layer, letting you sign-up without your real phone number and use instead anonymous numbers from the Fragment blockchain platform. Also new, set a global auto-delete timer to remove messages in all new chats without leaving a trace.
Another company similar to RCS Labs and NSO Group
Firefox Translations is a promising alternative to Google Translate
Female customers are most likely to become victims
Ain't nothin' sacred anymore!
The Siberian company "misled" government bodies into thinking it was an American firm
A hot potato: Expressing a bipartisan concern about China surveillance on US citizens, FCC commissioner Brendan Carr wants a national ban against the TikTok app. However, TikTok is not giving in and is still looking forward to an agreement with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
Researchers say WiFi chip manufactures need to come up with new WiFi protocol to mitigate the vulnerability
Rolling out now on select Samsung Galaxy devices
In context: French authorities have imposed the maximum possible fine against Clearview AI, a biometric startup selling its controversial facial recognition technology to governments and law enforcement worldwide. The company must delete the data already acquired on French citizens or face an additional €100,000 fine per day.
"A modern Eye of Sauron"
Authorities would literally be able to read, edit, or delete any information on your phone
An experimental OS designed to be mathematically secure