privacy

Stagefright attack ‘thinks’ before it infects your phone

Most people will think they won’t really know what how scary a Stagefright infection of their phone is, and that’s because it does take...

FCC to Verizon: Pay $1.35 million for those ‘supercookies’ as settlement

The issue about the "supercookies" is almost over. This time last year, Verizon allowed users to opt-out of Supercookies and online activity tracking to...

Google expands Project Shield, keeps sites online during attacks

Not to be confused with NVIDIA's Project SHIELD, Google has just strengthened its Project Shield program. It's a special effort that aims to help detect...

Apple CEO Tim Cook finds an ally in Google’s Sundar Pichai

It's not an issue between Google and the United States government but Apple's most recent letter to the customers has sparked the need for...

CyanogenMod set on bringing protected apps implementation

We all know what CyanogenMod is, at least, if you haven’t been living under a rock the past couple of years. It’s only one...

AppLock app now brings fingerprint security to your apps

AppLock is one of those essential apps for Android users who want to protect data inside their apps from nosy users who borrow their...

Android releases promised monthly security update for January 2016

As part of Android’s commitment to lower down risks and threats of malicious attacks on mobile devices resulting from gaps in the privacy and...

BlackBerry improves BBM with better security and usability

It seems that instant mobile messaging is fast becoming a new standard in communication. With over two billion IM users all over the world...

Google Safe Browsing now official on Chrome for Android

Google Safe Browsing has been with us on Chrome for desktops and laptops for a while now. It’s that big red warning that you...

NSA finally ended metadata collection and surveillance program

The National Security Agency only had good intentions to save phone records but the surveillance program finally ended last Sunday. This was as required...

Facebook has 48 hours to comply with Belgian court over tracking case

A Belgian court has ruled that Facebook needs to stop tracking the Internet data of people who visit their site but have not signed...

FCC shuts down proposal to stop tech companies from tracking users

In a blow for privacy advocates in the US, the Federal Communications Commission said that they are not looking into forcing website and Internet...

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