European regulators are cracking down on Facebook's ability to transfer data across the Atlantic. Now the tech giant is threatening to pull its services from more than 400 million European users.
It could mean that Facebook has to shut down its European operation, at least temporarily.
To monitor incoming travelers required to quarantine at home amid the pandemic, Singapore and other Asian countries have turned to monitoring devices. Experts don't think it'll work elsewhere.
“Not even Facebook” has this granularity of data, one employee of Ogury said in an email obtained by Motherboard.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association called police access to coronavirus data an "extreme invasion of privacy," and are now asking the Ontario solicitor general to justify the move.
Phone Operators Are Really Worried About the Indian Government Asking for Call Records of All Their Users
Telecom operators smell something fishy in this unusual request, which could also flout the 2013 telecom guidelines.
VICE speaks to the directors of 'The Great Hack', a new Netflix documentary about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Medical providers could soon use your social media to predict diseases from depression to diabetes, sparking questions of data privacy.
A study tested two dozen medicine apps to find out how and where they're sharing your personal data.
"Even if Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t believe he is accountable to the U.K. Parliament, he is to the billions of Facebook users across the world.”
Tactical Tech and artist Joana Moll bought one million dating profiles for $153.
They claim that the personal data sold could sway colleges’ admission and financial aid decisions.