Five more apps, including Qibla Compass, which has over 5 million downloads, had a relationship with X-Mode according to technical tests.
Salaat First has more than ten million downloads and sold location data to Predicio, which is linked to a U.S. contractor which works with ICE.
A group of hackers created the handheld device and its adorable dolphin resident to make hacking more accessible to the masses.
The internet is rife with breaches of medical data collected during the pandemic.
Can social media users ever hope to escape Facebook’s gravity well? Hong Kong’s MeWe craze offers revealing clues.
There’s grumbling inside Huawei over the company’s alleged role in China’s surveillance abuse.
The socialist regime once cracked down on bitcoin miners. Now it's mining the digital asset itself.
China’s first lawsuit against facial recognition was a victory for privacy advocates. But there’s a limit to how far they can push against surveillance.
Facial recognition, Wi-Fi bugs and spyware are used to determine which Turkic Muslims need to be detained in Xinjiang, a Human Rights Watch report says.
New documents show how Venntel, which sells some of its location data to ICE, CBP, and the FBI, obtains the information from ordinary apps.
Dozens of leaked documents from Amazon’s Global Security Operations Center reveal the company’s reliance on Pinkerton operatives to spy on warehouse workers and the extensive monitoring of labor unions, environmental activists, and other social movements.
Rights groups say the UK has been quietly signing contracts with Palantir and we have no idea what's in them.