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New American Privacy Act?

New American Privacy Act? This week in the Privacy News, biometric tracking in retail stores in investigated in Australia and UK, Google returns the privacy permissions to the website, and experts finally care about privacy awareness. Also, a new bill proposes to fix privacy in America. We also look at security news. Microsoft Starts the […]

Brave’s New Data Collection!

Brave’s New Data Collection! This week in the Privacy News, Amazon has given ring recordings to the police this year, FTC is poised for misuse of health data, and DHS buys phone location data. Also, UK pushes client-side CSAM scanning, Car GPS systems hacked and Brave says they can now collect your data privately. We […]

Finding Your Lifetime Consumer Value

Finding Your Lifetime Consumer Value This week in the Privacy News, Google will delete some location data, but not all. The Gun Owners database “leaked” in California, and the FBI would like your child’s data. Also, Chinese citizen database is acquired by hackers and Oculus removes Facebook requirement. Finally, a company emerges to determine each […]

China’s US Surveillance

China’s US Surveillance Today in Privacy News, a new Supercookie that isn’t, why women are deleting their period tracking apps, and two companies are leading the way on Chinese surveillance of US citizens. We also also look at some security news including some targeting YouTubers. More Spam Blocking Rules This week in the Business News, […]

All Your Child’s Data Belongs To Us

All Your Child’s Data Belongs To Us This week in the Privacy News, TikTok promises not to share user data with China, Police may get contactless fingerprinting, and fitbit tracks all your sleep. Also Instagram wants age verification selfies and day care apps are a pandora’s box of spyware. We also look at several security […]

Android Spyware Images Exposed Online

Android Spyware Images Exposed Online This week in the Privacy News, Meta enables strangers to chat with you be default, KMart uses Facial ID technology to tracker customers around the store down under. Also, WiFi probing can expose and ID you based on trusted networks and geo location data, and an android stalkerware exposes images […]

Apple to Track Your Meds

Apple to Track Your Meds Today in Privacy News, Meta ends work on a new smart watch, UK police were spying on teens and lying about it, and a privacy violating marketplace was taken down. Also, Apple has new features to track your meds. We also look at security news. Armed Drones in Schools? Today […]

DuckDuckGo Allows Microsoft Trackers?

DuckDuckGo Allows Microsoft Trackers? This week in the Privacy News, Tim Hortons tracked user locations on the secret, Microsoft builds a file sharing tool, and DuckDuckGo allowed Microsoft trackers while blocking others. We also look at several security articles. VMWare Going SAAS Today in the Business News, Linux running on some new and old hardware, […]

Surveil the Children

Surveil the Children This week in Privacy News, another state rolls out digital ID while NSW ID is compromised, Twitter to pay for their misuse of data, and Clearview ordered to delete more data. Also, Zuckerberg sought to exploit data in Cambridge Analytica and the FTC cracks down on data harvesting in classroom applications. We […]

Amazon Wants Your Shopping List

Amazon Wants Your Shopping List This week in Privacy, Session Replay is in full force, and still no one knows about it. Also Deepfakes can get around ID checks, Samsung and Google colab for sharing health data, and Amazon wants your offline shopping list. We also look at security news. Did Airpods Make a Kid […]

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