Using laptop in public, you need a privacy screen protector

Using laptop in public, you need a privacy screen protector

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Privacy watchdogs also voice concerns about the 2014 appointment of Helen Dixon, an Irish civil servant with no prior experience in regulatory enforcement, to replace Billy Hawkes, the regulator who initially presided over the finding of Facebook’s over-sharing of data with researchers and developers of third-party apps.

How Big Tech’s cozy relationship with Ireland threatens data privacy around the world

How Big Tech’s cozy relationship with Ireland threatens data privacy around the world

Privacy watchdogs also voice concerns about the 2014 appointment of Dixon, an Irish civil servant with no prior experience in regulatory enforcement, to replace Billy Hawkes, the regulator who initially presided over the finding of Facebook’s over-sharing of data with researchers and developers of third-party apps.

Mission possible: How to fend off online trackers

Mission possible: How to fend off online trackers

By default, browsers store various bits of information on your computer about websites you visit: The cache is storage that contains images and other Web data. Bear in mind, however, that a VPN will not provide total protection against information harvesting by social networks, search engines, and online trackers.

This Conversation Between A Passenger And An Airline Should Absolutely Terrify You

This Conversation Between A Passenger And An Airline Should Absolutely Terrify You

"Presumably these facial recognition scanners are matching my image to something in order to verify my identity," she wrote. The Department of Homeland Security in a report last week said that it wants to roll out facial recognition technology to be used on 97 percent of departing airport passengers by 2023.

Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws

Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws

Sen. Jackson’s bill provides tools for the Attorney General’s Office to enforce the CCPA and hold companies accountable for their actions, and grants every person the right to take companies to court for violating their privacy rights.

EU gives 'high-level' protection to whistleblowers

EU gives 'high-level' protection to whistleblowers

The new legislation gives whistleblowers who report breaches of EU law a "high level of protection". LuxLeaks: Whistleblowers working for PricewaterhouseCoopers leaked documents exposing favourable tax arrangements offered by Luxembourg to some of the world's biggest companies while European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was prime minister.

Protections Against Fingerprinting and Cryptocurrency Mining Available in Firefox Nightly and Beta

Protections Against Fingerprinting and Cryptocurrency Mining Available in Firefox Nightly and Beta

We have added a feature to block fingerprinting and cryptomining in Firefox Nightly as an option for users to turn on. In Firefox Nightly 68 and Beta 67, these new protections against fingerprinting and cryptomining are currently disabled by default.

Protect yourself against a pure CSS data stealing attack called Exfil

Protect yourself against a pure CSS data stealing attack called Exfil

Mike Gualtieri, the researcher who discovered the vulnerability, published several proof of concept attacks designed to steal usernames, passwords, and other data on web pages it is used on. Just install the extension in a supported web browser to protect your data against attacks exploiting the issue.

Microsoft researchers spot NSA style backdoor in Huawei laptops

Microsoft researchers spot NSA style backdoor in Huawei laptops

The Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) service featured in Windows 10 version 1809 alerted researchers to an NSA-inspired backdoor vulnerability in Huawei laptops. The PCManager software included in some Huawei’s Matebook systems allows unprivileged users to create processes with superuser privileges, according to a March 25 Microsoft security post.

Facebook fights for the right to follow users–and nonusers–around the web

Facebook fights for the right to follow users–and nonusers–around the web

Its goal is to fight a court order that would force it to stop using cookies and other tracking technology to follow its users as they navigate around the internet to serve them ads–at least until Facebook explains exactly how and why it collects data and what it does with the information.

Facebook to Fight Belgian Ban on Tracking Users (and Even Non-Users)

Facebook to Fight Belgian Ban on Tracking Users (and Even Non-Users)

understands “that people want more information and control over the data Facebook receives from other websites and apps that use our services,” the company said in a statement.

UK Drivers File GDPR Lawsuit Against Uber

UK Drivers File GDPR Lawsuit Against Uber

Four U.K. Uber drivers are filing a lawsuit against the company for alleged violations of EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law, according to a report by.

Australia threatens social media laws that could jail tech executives

Australia threatens social media laws that could jail tech executives

Following the livestreamed New Zealand mosque shooting that left 50 dead in Christchurch, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is looking to crack down on extremist content on social media.

The 5 Best Phones for Privacy & Security

The 5 Best Phones for Privacy & Security

All five phones use the AES encryption standard, with BlackBerry being the only one on our list to opt for the less secure (but easier to process) 128-bit key.

The privacy risks of pre-installed software on Android devices

The privacy risks of pre-installed software on Android devices

Many pre-installed apps facilitate access to privileged data and resources, without the average user being aware of their presence or being able to uninstall them. On the one hand, the permission model on the Android operating system and its apps allow a large number of actors to track and obtain personal user information.

Google Quietly Adds Search Engine Privacy Option To Chrome - Here's How To Enable It

Google Quietly Adds Search Engine Privacy Option To Chrome - Here's How To Enable It

The latest Google Chrome web browser update has a pleasant surprise in store for users who value their privacy. Indeed, DuckDuckGo enters into an agreement with the user to block advertising trackers, keep your search history private and allow you to take control of your personal data by not storing it.

Facebook admits it stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of account passwords in plaintext

Facebook admits it stored ‘hundreds of millions’ of account passwords in plaintext

Facebook confirmed Thursday in a blog post, prompted by a report by cybersecurity reporter Brian Krebs, that it stored “hundreds of millions” of account passwords in plaintext for years. Both companies said passwords were stored in plaintext and not scrambled.

Law enforcement needs to protect citizens and their data

Law enforcement needs to protect citizens and their data

While the bill includes limited restrictions on law enforcement requests, the vague definitions and concentrated authorities give the Australian government sweeping powers that ultimately undermine the security and privacy of the very citizens they aim to protect.

The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

The Government wants to free up your bank data. Here's what that means for you

The Consumer Data Right (CDR), which begins to come online mid-year, aims to give Australians more agency to access and control parts of their personal information.

Sandboxing and DMARC Authentication Added to SpamTitan Email Security Solution

Sandboxing and DMARC Authentication Added to SpamTitan Email Security Solution

This week, TitanHQ has rolled out two new features for its award-winning email security solution SpamTitan: Sandboxing and DMARC email authentication. SpamTitan now incorporates DMARC authentication to provide even greater protection against email spoofing attacks.

Trading privacy for survival is another tax on the poor

Trading privacy for survival is another tax on the poor

“I can’t cross-examine an algorithm.” advertisement Personal data is used to deny low-income people access to resources or opportunities, but it’s also used to target them with predatory marketing for payday loans or even straight-up scams.

Microsoft CEO Calls for Global Implementation of GDPR-like Legislation

Microsoft CEO Calls for Global Implementation of GDPR-like Legislation

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, speaking recently during an on-stage interview at World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland, lead the calls for the global introduction of legislation that enshrines data privacy as a human right.

In-flight displays could be watching you

In-flight displays could be watching you

The Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) asserts these fears are misplaced, however, with their CEO Joe Leader claiming that “the greatest risk to airline passenger privacy breaches come from their own smartphones, tablets, cameras, computers, and smart devices used in private settings.” Kamluk disagrees, arguing that “the true risk comes from potential unauthorized access to these devices from powerful malicious attackers.” Until a scandal breaks out we’re likely not going to know who’s right here.

Senate passes bill to create a European-style consumer-data privacy law in Washington

Senate passes bill to create a European-style consumer-data privacy law in Washington

Share story OLYMPIA — In a broad bipartisan vote, Washington state senators have approved a bill to create a European-style consumer-data privacy law and restrict some uses of facial recognition.

Guess what? Facebook still tracks you on Android apps (even if you don't have a Facebook account)

Guess what? Facebook still tracks you on Android apps (even if you don't have a Facebook account)

Good news for language-learners: Duolingo has promised us to remove the Facebook SDK App Events component from both the Android and iOS apps in the next version releases. As it stands, the Facebook SDK is designed to automatically transmit personal data to Facebook the moment a user opens the app .

How Can Data Privacy Regulations Limit the Ability to Present Evidence in a Litigation?

How Can Data Privacy Regulations Limit the Ability to Present Evidence in a Litigation?

A recent decision of the French Supreme Court[1] illustrates this tension and highlights the need for litigators to take into account data privacy principles before producing evidence containing personal information.In this case, a company had organized mandatory staff representatives’ elections.

Facebook asked George Osborne to influence EU data protection law

Facebook asked George Osborne to influence EU data protection law

When former chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne revealed his 11-year-old was “desperate to have a Facebook account”, he was invited to bring them to visit the firm's office The memo records Sandberg’s meeting with Osborne, as documented by Marne Levine, then Facebook’s vice-president of global public policy.

How Big Tech plans to pre-empt California’s tough Consumer Privacy Act

How Big Tech plans to pre-empt California’s tough Consumer Privacy Act

Industry lobbyists are putting a lot of pressure on Congress to come up with a set of Federal privacy regulations that are less stringent in their demands for personal data protection and less destructive to existing business models than the Golden State legislation.

Should online users be bound by their privacy agreements?

Should online users be bound by their privacy agreements?

The most systematic legislative attempt to make more order in the messy world of privacy is the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ). In this respect, the GDPR requires companies to use “ clear and plain language ” in their privacy agreements.

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