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KrebsOnSecurity has sought to call attention to online services which expose sensitive consumer data if the user knows a handful of static details about a person that are broadly for sale in the cybercrime underground, such as name, date of birth, and Social Security Number. Perhaps the most eye-opening example of this is on display […]

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Mozilla reviews the privacy practices of Internet-connected toys, home accessories, exercise equipment, and more. Read More

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Android phones have been collecting user data even when the GPS function is turned off, Google confirmed following an investigation by Quartz Media. Starting this year, Android phones have accessed data on users’ locations, without their consent, by collecting addresses from cellular towers in the area for a relative position of the device. Data collection […]

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Recently, Facebook announced a pilot program in Australia to block its users from uploading or sharing non-consensual intimate images, colloquially referred to as “revenge porn.” In conjunction with activists and the Australian eSafety Commissioner’s Office, this new program would create a digital fingerprint of these images and block matching images before they are uploaded or […]

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