Instagram caught selling ads to follower-buying services it banned

Instagram caught selling ads to follower-buying services it banned

A TechCrunch investigation initially found 17 services selling fake followers or automated notification spam for luring in followers that were openly advertising on Instagram despite blatantly violating the network’s policies.

Carriers Swore They'd Stop Selling Location Data. Will They Ever?

Carriers Swore They'd Stop Selling Location Data. Will They Ever?

"This is a blatant abuse of user privacy, and when companies break their promises to their users, they should expect to be held accountable." Eva Galperin, EFF Bottom line: The carriers said specifically they would stop selling customer location data to third parties.

I Visited Facebook’s 'Privacy Shop' And They Still Don’t Get It

I Visited Facebook’s 'Privacy Shop' And They Still Don’t Get It

Credit: Tom's GuideFacebook’s reputation on that front has been less than stellar throughout the past year, and the shop is clearly an effort to change that image and regain the public’s trust.

This Week in Data Breaches: Amazon, Uber, USPS, and More

This Week in Data Breaches: Amazon, Uber, USPS, and More

Bloom: Take Back Control of Your Data At Bloom, we are giving you the tools to take back control of your data. Bloom enables you to own, authorize the use of, and protect your data using the latest advancements in blockchain technology. More on Privacy and Data Security from Bloom

A new standard for government based data collection – PrivaSecTech

I would like to see every government organization publish whom they have shared personal information with. In summary, related to the specific case at hand, I feel that StatsCan like every other organization in Canada, including political parties, should be bound by privacy laws.