I'm going to outline how you can read Twitter privately, by using a RSS feed reader and Nitter RSS feeds."Nitter is a free and open source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy".The feed can be retrieved for a single user (e.g. nitter.decent.social/lexfridman/rss) and contains their last 20 tweets.
A recently fired Facebook employee wrote a memo on her last day at the company detailing how the tech giant routinely ignored or did not prioritize fake accounts' efforts to manipulate elections and political climates around the world, according to a Monday Buzzfeed report.
You don’t need Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram or any other social media platform to “follow” your interests on the web, whether that be people, organizations, news, podcasts, or blogs.
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Located in the service’s privacy settings, it lets you see all the websites and apps that reported data back to Facebook about your visits and activities.Facebook says that sites are required to inform me that they intend to report back to Facebook on my visits, purchases, and other activities.
This issue was first reported by user /r/Dio-V on Reddit and affects his Xiaomi Mijia 1080p Smart IP Security Camera, which can be linked to a Google account for use with Google/Nest devices through Xiaomi's Mi Home app/service.
On Nov. 13, KrebsOnSecurity contacted Apple to report this as a possible privacy bug in the new iPhone Pro and/or in iOS 13.x, sharing a video showing how the device still seeks the user’s location when each app and system service is set to “never” request location information (but with the main Location Data service still turned on).
has faced a barrage of concern over an apparent bug that resulted in the social media giant’s iPhone app exposing the camera as users scroll through their feed.
Based on considerable feedback from our customers, users, and the broader community, we reversed course the next day and removed those changes before they went into effect.We are reaching out to customers who expressed concerns and collecting feedback from users and the wider community.
On the other hand, we want to make sure that users who prefer using only free software can have a positive GitLab experience, as open source communities are important to GitLab. To make GitLab better faster, we need more data on how users are using GitLab. SaaS telemetry products, which provide analytics on user behavior inside web-based applications, have come a long way in the past few years.
This is done from a series of mouse clicks on any web browser to reveal the static URL of posts and private stories cached on servers.
The tool has directed me to corners of Facebook that feel like mini-vacations from the usual onslaught of life updates and political news: pages devoted to intellectual-property rights, items for sale in small-town Maryland, and the apparently beloved 20th-century organist Virgil Fox. This approach to browsing can work on other social-media platforms, too.
This particular instance is more alarming than previous—not only are some of the most-downloaded apps on the Google Play Store implicated in the report, they also happen to be developed by Chinese companies that may be sharing collected data with the Chinese government.
In a statement, a United Airlines spokesperson said: “As with many other airlines, some of our premium seats have in-flight entertainment systems that came with cameras installed by the manufacturer.
Kelly Shortridge, vice president of product strategy at Capsule8, a New York City-based security startup, joined CYBER to talk about the cybersecurity industrial complex, and about her piece: The Infosec Reckoning Has Arrived .
It requires hardware manufacturers of most devices sending and receiving radio signals to implement a barrier that disallows installing software which has not been certified by the manufacturer. It will send a signal to the European Commission that there are people who care about freedom on radio devices.
Code buried in Instagram for Android shows the company has prototyped an option to create public “Collections” to which multiple users can contribute. Instagram launched private Collections two years ago to let you Save and organize your favorite feed posts.
A large consumer DNA test database, Family Tree DNA, has quietly started allowing the FBI to upload genetic profiles created from crime scenes and corpses, according to Buzzfeed .
We ship our new Tor Browser logo for the first time in a release build on desktop platforms and are eager to learn about bugs and general feedback .
This is where companies are trying to hold back on letting you know how much they actually know about you because they fear it will freak you out." According to Scanlon, services like Facebook, Instagram and Google are very good at guessing what you might be interested in because of location, biographical and interest-based information that you either freely give or allow it to collect.
Maybe it’s simply a realization that all the data you gave to Facebook is feeding a creeping system of surveillance capitalism and you don’t want to feed the beast anymore. Scroll to and tap Account Ownership and Control Facebook Settings 4. Tap Deactivation and Deletion Account Ownership and Control 5.
The Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Trafi) on Sunday said it had suspended the service while it investigates whether the tool infringes on people’s data privacy and security.
The Muon-based Brave browser is no longer available for download on our site, but users who currently browse with it (latest version is 0.25.2) will continue to receive necessary updates until they are fully upgraded to this new release in the near future.
The ongoing government consultation on a draft privacy and data protection law has been extended and is still open for public comment. A few minutes will help you protect your privacy and data for years to come.
A script used by the customer engagement service Feedify has been hacked to include the malicious MageCart script. MageCart is malicious code used by attackers to steal credit card details and other information from e-commerce sites when a user submits a form.