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Apple Reports Your Mental State

Apple Reports Your Mental State This week in Privacy News, Google will remove permissions from unused apps, Facebook still pushes troll farms on people, and Chrome implements idle detection API. Also, Apple is researching ways to discern your emotional state using their phone and watch sensors. We also look at some security news. Tim Cook […]

Mozilla vs Microsoft: The Battle of the Default Browser

Your AI Voice This week in the Privacy News, Ireland falls behind the EU on GDPR violations, Amazon One palm scanning extends to venues, and Biden picks a privacy “champion” for the FTC. Also, meet your AI voice deepfake. The new emerging technology will allow you to create your own AI voice…or maybe you could […]

ProtonMail: Compromised

ProtonMail: Compromised This week in Privacy News, Outlook reveals names when an email is spoofed, LAPD asks for your social media to feed into Palintar, and Whatsapp user messages can be sent to contractors for review. Also, ProtonMail may be forced to de-anonymize people for the government. We also talk about some rouge algorithm news. […]

Aussie Police Power Trip

Aussie Police Power Trip This week in Privacy News, two privacy news updates, Apple has serious employee privacy problems, and they are rolling out digital IDs. Also, the Australian police have new total control over citizen’s accounts. We complete the section with some security news. Apple Allows Outside Payments This week in Business News, Samsung […]

Can Computers Unlearn Our Private Data?

Can Computers Unlearn Our Private Data? This week in Privacy News, we see that Apple has been scanning email for CSAM since 2019, Google Health gets distributed throughout the rest of the company, and most government agences use Facial Recognition Technology. We also see someone take responsibility for the T-Mobile breach, some Apple security warnings, […]

Turnkey Government is Here, AI Used Against Citizens!

Turnkey Government is Here, AI Used Against Citizens! This week in Privacy News, Phone companies could stop tracking people, but they don’t want to. Lawmakers are concerned Amazon palm prints, IoT devices are leaking more data, and the US military abandons AI tech that is being used against people by the new government. We also […]

Apples Goes All 1984 on Your Devices

Apples Goes All 1984 on Your Devices This week in Privacy News, we look at a few updates to past privacy cases. New in the news, Amazon will pay you peanuts for a scan of your palm print, Google cams can now record images without a subscription, and Apple goes all 1984 with a new […]

Does Amazon have a Key to Your Apartment?

Does Amazon have a Key to Your Apartment? This week in Privacy news, VPN servers confiscated in Ukrain were not encrypted and Amazon worked backdoor deals with landlords in some places. We also look at security and silly news for the week. CryptoWars This week in the Business News, we look at an update to […]

Be sure Your Phone Will Rat You Out!

Be Sure Your Phone Will Rat You Out This week in Privacy News, DuckDuckGo has new privacy focused emails to protect your private emails and a priest leaves his assignment over using Grindr. We also look at some security news for the week. Handheld Steam Deck Based on Arch This week in Business News, Robot […]

America’s Smart City

America’s Smart City This week in Privacy News, TikTok starts offering job applications, China requires facial scans to play video games, and the NSA is still doing unconstitutional surveillance. Also, the first large American smart city failed to launch. Do people even want a smart city? We also look at some security news. A “Bank” […]

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