Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop

Adobe Tells Users They Can Get Sued for Using Old Versions of Photoshop

“We have recently discontinued certain older versions of Creative Cloud applications and and a result, under the terms of our agreement, you are no longer licensed to use them,” Adobe said in the email.

UC Browser for Android, Desktop Exposes 500+ Million Users to MiTM Attacks

UC Browser for Android, Desktop Exposes 500+ Million Users to MiTM Attacks

The extremely popular UC Browser and UC Browser Mini Android applications with a total of over 600 million installs expose their users to MiTM attacks by downloading and installing extra modules from their own servers using unprotected channels and bypassing Google Play's servers altogether.

A huge trove of medical records and prescriptions found exposed

A huge trove of medical records and prescriptions found exposed

According to a brief review of the data, the faxes contained a host of personally identifiable information and health information, including medical records, doctor’s notes, prescription amounts and quantities, as well as illness information, such as blood test results.

The gloomy saga of Article 13 just got a whole lot worse

The gloomy saga of Article 13 just got a whole lot worse

Getty Images/WIRED It’s a crucial week for the future of the internet, as European politicians debate further changes to the controversial Article 13 copyright proposals.

Dutch surgeon wins landmark 'right to be forgotten' case

Dutch surgeon wins landmark 'right to be forgotten' case

However, in what is said to be the first right to be forgotten case involving medical negligence by a doctor, the district court of Amsterdam subsequently ruled the surgeon had “an interest in not indicating that every time someone enters their full name in Google’s search engine, (almost) immediately the mention of her name appears on the ‘blacklist of doctors’, and this importance adds more weight than the public’s interest in finding this information in this way”.

You Snooze, You Lose: How Insurers Dodge The Costs Of Popular Sleep Apnea Devices

You Snooze, You Lose: How Insurers Dodge The Costs Of Popular Sleep Apnea Devices

From his bedside, the device was tracking when he was using it and sending the information not just to his doctor, but to the maker of the machine, to the medical supply company that provided it and to his health insurer.

Is Intersection part of Google?

Is Intersection part of Google?

So the CEO of Sidewalk Labs, an Alphabet subsidiary, is also “responsible for overall leadership” of Intersection, a company that InLink UK, whose lead partner is Intersection, describes as a “third party”.

Need medical help? Sorry, not until you sign away your privacy

Need medical help? Sorry, not until you sign away your privacy

I dutifully entered my info anyway—immediate physical needs have a way of leapfrogging over data privacy concerns, even for people like me who feel strongly about maintaining control over how their information is collected and used.

Want to pause your St. Paul trash collection? You may have to prove you’ll be away

Want to pause your St. Paul trash collection? You may have to prove you’ll be away

If you get denied for a service hold for not providing their required information, you can appeal to the city by contacting us at 651-266-6101 or garbage@ci.stpaul.mn.us — St Paul Public Works (@stpaulpublicw) “The haulers handle all service holds,” St. Paul Public Works said in a tweet.

Why your online privacy matters

Why your online privacy matters

What Is Privacy? Privacy is closing your bedroom curtains when getting ready for bed. Privacy is visiting with your doctor behind closed doors. Mostly because people don’t really understand what digital privacy entails.

Bad Apple: More Mac Apps Have Been Stealing User Data

Bad Apple: More Mac Apps Have Been Stealing User Data

News broke last week that Adware Doctor, an ad-blocker sold in the Mac App Store, quietly stole its users' browser histories and sent them to a server in China. These problems raise serious questions about the security of software downloaded from the Mac App Store.

No. 1 paid utility in Mac App Store steals browser history, sends it to Chinese server

No. 1 paid utility in Mac App Store steals browser history, sends it to Chinese server

Adware Doctor, the number one paid utility in the Mac App Store, is secretly logging the browser history of users, and sending it to a server in China.

The Internet of Things Needs Food Safety-Style Ratings for Privacy and Security

The Internet of Things Needs Food Safety-Style Ratings for Privacy and Security

To that end, Consumer Reports announced last year it would begin working with non-profit privacy research firm Ranking Digital Rights (RDR) and nonprofit software security-testing organization Cyber Independent Testing Lab (CITL) on a new open source standard intended to help make internet-connected hardware safer.