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.
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.
If I win, I can show the world a voter file with 5,000 data points the company compiled. I can show others where that information came from, how to request the information for yourself, and how to opt-out. If I win, everybody wins.
German authorities cracked a man's iPhone and found out what he was up to.
Investors hope fertility apps will help women deliver healthy babies, but what they also hope users will deliver is a lot of sensitive data.
Facebook’s “shadow profiles” were just the tip of the iceberg.