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Facebook Tries to Ban Privacy Browser

Facebook Tries to Ban Privacy Browser This week in Privacy News, Amazon Echo Buds can track our run, Apple continues its plan to limit ad tracking. Also, the world gets more dystopian as the military buys user location data and Xi Jinping wants a global tracking system. Finally, Facebook tries to ban a mobile privacy […]

UK Govt Tracking Your Every Move

UK Govt Tracking Your Every Move This week in Privacy News, we will look at updates to Mac certification checks, a new smartphone startup, and Google allowing opt-out of data collection. Also, Apple gets another EU lawsuit, an SMS app uploads all your attachments to the Internet, and the UK government tracks all its citizens […]

To Rejoin Society, You Must…

To Rejoin Society, You Must… This week in Privacy and Smart Tech News, we will look at a new electronic skin to replace smart wearables, and then we see some of the new dystopian privacy snafus of our new COVID world. In the smart news, a new smart clock is released while Philips pulls Next […]

Google’s New VPN

Google’s New VPN This week in Privacy News, we see some privacy laws passed in the election and Whatsapp claims they will delete messages after a week with a new setting. Also, Walmart and Comcast team up while Google releases a new VPN. Microsoft Kills Control Panel This week in Business News, a few business […]

Facebook, Oculus Accounts Gets Worse

Facebook, Oculus Accounts Gets Worse This week in Privacy News, are your chat link previews a privacy violation? Also, iPhone turns off COVID notifications, a surveillance company spies on women, and Facebook doubles on Oculus accounts. Also in Smart News, Fitbit crosses 500,000 users, we may get self-driving semis, and a new speaker also charges […]

Amazon to Harvest ALL Your purchases

Amazon to Harvest ALL Your Purchases This week in Privacy News, Chrome doesn’t delete Google website history, and Waze data can leak real data identifying data. EU investigates Instagram again and people want to remove privacy around health data. Also, Amazon wants you to upload your receipts for non-Amazon purchases. Two articles in Security News […]

Apple Tracking You In Your House

Apple Tracking You In Your House This week in Privacy, Zoom finally gets encryption, kid’s smart watches are stealing data, and PlayStation records your voice chat. Also, Google hands out data based on your keyword searches, and Apple tracks you around your house. In Business news, Uber gets political, Space X wants to deliver products […]

Can the Government Split Up Big Tech?

Can the Government Split Up Big Tech? This week in Privacy and Business news, we will look at a new smart camera that doesn’t need a hub, police requesting smart speaker data, and a new Global Privacy Control standard. In Business, Apple has a new patent, and they are still forcing apps to add payments […]

AmazonOne: The Scariest Payment Technology Yet?

AmazonOne: The Scariest Payment Technology Yet? Today in the news we cover Privacy and Business sections. We look at Facebook unifying account payments, EU making more policy changes, and Amazon has some seriously creepy technology deploying to a store near you. We also find that new 3D printed houses are available, ISPs stole from the […]

Bing User Data Leak

Bing User Data Leak This week in Privacy News, while Google and Apple try to clock data tracking, a new company pops up to collect it all. Also, Facebook finally gives you control over you photos on other peoples account and they also threaten to pull out of EU countries. Amazon have more tracking plans, […]

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