As Google grows its reach into our lives with hardware devices, is our health data falling into the wrong hands?
Apple has rolled out a privacy feature on its iOS 14.5 iPhone update that allows users to opt-out of being tracked on apps. Here’s how it works.
Hundreds of contact-tracing apps on Android devices didn't keep sensitive data secure.
The way you type is unique, and it might soon become a convenient method to authenticate your identity when you sign in to your accounts.
Amid Covid-19, summer travel will happen. Is it worth the loss of your privacy?
A proposal aims to closely regulate artificial intelligence in the bloc, as well as law enforcement’s use of facial recognition.
Facebook has said that an Instagram for 13 and under is on its way. But previous attempts at social media for kids leave room for skepticism.
Google claims that FloC, its new alternative to tracking cookies, will raise privacy. We take a look at whether that’s the case.
As a consequence of Covid-19, our medical data is at risk of becoming a cornerstone of the surveillance state.
To say that Facebook has a less-than-stellar reputation for privacy is understating it. Here are some major instances where the company didn’t guard your data.
Tinder parent company Match is teaming up with Garbo to bring background checks to its datings apps. Will it work?