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Apple offers a new secure login option to protect the user privacy

Apple introduces a new login option that allows users to quickly and anonymously log in to apps and web pages. The feature is called "Sign...

Ecuador: online data for the entire population including the president and Julian Assange

In Ecuador, privacy has died in a database that is freely available online and contains the data of almost the entire population of the country....

Apple weakens advertising and tracking ban on children’s apps

Apple has provided updated information about app developer policies. Thus, tracking methods for children's apps are quite possible if certain rules are met. Originally, since 3...

Find online databases with the phone numbers of almost 420 million Facebook users

According to the TechCrunch publication, hundreds of millions of phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts have been exposed online, within several databases hosted on an...

Facebook disables facial recognition by default, instead of automatically scanning user faces

A few hours ago, Facebook posted an "update" on facial recognition in Newsroom. At the entrance, which is signed by Srinivas Narayanan (responsible for this department), they affirm that...

Facial recognition technology is coming on Facebook

Facebook takes an important step backwards in the use of facial recognition on its social network and an important step forward towards a fair and transparent relationship...

Facebook uses system data from smartphones that can not be turned off

Facebook is not only interested in personal user information, but also apparently spied on the system data of its users. According to an IT specialist...

Tracking cookies: Firefox shakes off the pursuers

In the latest version of the Firefox web browser, tracking protection is automatically enabled as the default for all users. In the fight against tracking,...

The creators of ZAO, the app that makes you DiCaprio, apologize and update the privacy terms

A few months ago an application appeared that generated hundreds of headlines and a lot of expectation in social networks: DeepNude. This app "undressed" women through artificial...

Siri’s Grading program: only Apple will listen to the recordings

Apple intervenes again and officially on the issue related to the so-called Grading program linked to Siri privacy or listening to the voice commands given to the virtual...

Windows 10 and privacy: new doubts from Holland

In 2017, the Netherlands (as well as France) asked Microsoft, through the national Data Protection Agency, to intervene on the ways in which Windows 10  (in its Home and Pro...
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The iOS, more vulnerable than ever: an iPhone could have been hacked over Wi-Fi

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