A database of 2.4 million personal details has been leaked. Experts are calling it "frightening".
Covid Measures is a citizens’ tracker of governmental measures, guidelines, and human impact of coronavirus with a presence in more than 140 countries globally.
An internal document obtained by Motherboard lists the commercial requesters for California DMV data.
Motherboard previously revealed the California DMV was making tens of millions of dollars a year by selling personal data.
A new website provides up-to-date data regarding COVID-19 broken down by county. Users can also construct a four-month projection of active cases factoring in different levels of social distancing.
It's only been one day since hospitals were ordered to send coronavirus data to the Trump administration rather than the CDC.
"It feels like bonded labour more than ever."
An investigation by Privacy International showed that some companies are advertising on Facebook using the data of people they have never interacted with.
Government officials say the discrepancy in COVID-19 deaths can be easily resolved. But activists and experts say this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Yet another reminder that your "incognito" browsing is not as private as you believe.
The lawsuit comes after Motherboard analyzed the Zoom iOS app and found it sent analytic data to Facebook once opened.
Corporations love to pretend that 'anonymization' of the data they collect protects consumers. Studies keep showing that’s not really true.