A U.S. senator warned that governments are spying on push notification data in a letter, which Apple confirmed.
The popular AI chatbot is divulging sensitive information from its training data, according to a team of researchers at Google.
Invidious lets users browse YouTube without being tracked. Its developers say they won't make changes until they have to.
A new website allows anyone who had a Facebook account between May 2007 and December 2022 to file a claim against the company—and potentially get paid.
The state’s governor signed a new bill requiring social media companies to obtain a photo ID of every new user, to prevent teens from lying on the internet more.
It would also be an act of charity for Facebook, which the government has utterly failed to meaningfully regulate.
"We shouldn't be having nicer pop-ups; we should just not have any pop-ups whatsoever," the researcher behind the tool said.
“There’s very little information about your child that’s truly private anymore.”
The open letter uses Amazon as a case study to argue that corporate surveillance technologies cause immense harm and fall under the FTC's authority to ban.
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.