WhatsApp will eventually delete your account if you don’t accept new privacy policy

WhatsApp will eventually delete your account if you don’t accept new privacy policy

WhatsApp has confirmed that users that don’t accept their controversial new privacy policy will eventually have their accounts deleted.When the privacy policy was first announced, a flurry of users migrated from WhatsApp to other end-to-end encrypted messaging apps such as Signal and Telegram.

Chinese court finds Gionee guilty of planting malware on more than 20 million units

Chinese court finds Gionee guilty of planting malware on more than 20 million units

It seems that Gionee planted a Trojan Horse on more than 20 million devices to money from unsolicited ads and other malicious activities without the user's knowledge.

SaveOnlineFreeSpeech.org lets you comment against Trump’s “Censor the Internet” executive order

SaveOnlineFreeSpeech.org lets you comment against Trump’s “Censor the Internet” executive order

Fight for the Future has unveiled a new website and campaign to Save Free Speech Online: .The website helps you make a comment on the public record against President Trump’s most recent plan to destroy free speech online.

The Coronavirus (Retention of Fingerprints and DNA Profiles in the Interests of National Security) (No. 2) Regulations 2020

The Coronavirus (Retention of Fingerprints and DNA Profiles in the Interests of National Security) (No. 2) Regulations 2020

(2) The condition is that the fingerprints or DNA profiles are retained in accordance with a national security determination that will (ignoring the effect of these Regulations) cease to have effect on a date during the period that starts with 1st October 2020 and ends with 24th March 2021.

Trying to get pregnant? Period tracker apps come with privacy concerns

Trying to get pregnant? Period tracker apps come with privacy concerns

That’s the issue raised by a new review of five popular period tracker apps by Consumer Reports' Digital Lab, which tests apps to see how well they protect consumers’ privacy and data.

California's groundbreaking privacy law takes effect in January. What does it do?

California's groundbreaking privacy law takes effect in January. What does it do?

The California Consumer Privacy Act will go into action 1 January 2020, giving residents of the state a whole new arsenal of tools to protect their data and personal information online – and saddling businesses with a lot more responsibility.

FAA proposes nationwide real-time tracking system for all drones

FAA proposes nationwide real-time tracking system for all drones

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is looking to launch a nationwide system to track drones in the sky in real-time, as well as connected pilot IDs. The proposed tracking network, unveiled in a draft document released by the FAA this week, would cover everything from small consumer drones to larger unmanned aerial systems (UAS) operated for commercial purposes, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

German Real Estate Company Issued with €14.5 Million GDPR Fine for Unlawful Data Retention

German Real Estate Company Issued with €14.5 Million GDPR Fine for Unlawful Data Retention

A German real estate company, Deutsche Wohnen SE, has been issued with a €14.5 million GDPR penalty by the Berlin Data Protection Authority for the unlawful retention of the personal data of tenants.

'Period tracker app spied on me - and told advertisers it thought I was pregnant'

'Period tracker app spied on me - and told advertisers it thought I was pregnant'

Like many women, I use a period tracking app to chart my monthly cycle.It was then I began to feel uneasy as my mind made the connection between my period tracking app believing I had missed a cycle ten days ago, and my Facebook account that was suddenly trying to sell me pregnancy paraphernalia within days of my period appearing to be ‘late’.

IOS 13 privacy feature will force total overhaul for Facebook apps

IOS 13 privacy feature will force total overhaul for Facebook apps

VoIP services ostensibly stay running in the background so they can connect calls quickly, but they also lets those apps collect information about what users are doing on their devices.

DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific

DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. The data is out—and it’s horrific

While the local governments suing the companies have had access to this data during the litigation, it was only released to the public after the Washington Post and HD Media, publisher of the Charleston Gazette-Mail of West Virginia, sued and waged a year-long legal battle.

The Hindu Explains: Why are the U.S. immigration norms being tightened?

The Hindu Explains: Why are the U.S. immigration norms being tightened?

The story so far: On May 31, 2019, the U.S. Department of State introduced a change in online visa forms for immigrant (form DS-260) and non-immigrant visas (form DS-160) requiring applicants to register their social media handles over a five-year period.

Google will soon let you auto-delete your location tracking data

Google will soon let you auto-delete your location tracking data

Google is introducing a new feature for your Google account that will allow you to automatically delete your Location History and Web and App Activity data after a set period of time.

Google faces surge in police requests for mobile location data

Google faces surge in police requests for mobile location data

However, people don't necessarily realize that Google keeps the info for an indefinite period, or that the history is detailed enough to provide a picture of street-by-street movements to investigators.

Report: Apps give Facebook sensitive health and other data

Report: Apps give Facebook sensitive health and other data

NEW YORK (AP) — Several phone apps are sending sensitive user data, including health information, to Facebook without users' consent, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.

Twitter bug revealed some Android users’ private tweets

Twitter bug revealed some Android users’ private tweets

The company says that the issue impacted Twitter for Android users who made certain account changes while the “Protect your Tweets” option was turned on. We’ve become aware of and fixed an issue where the “Protect your Tweets” setting was disabled on Twitter for Android.

Transparency Report

Transparency Report

Requests where Data Provided The number of financial identifier-based requests received worldwide that resulted in Apple providing data, such as transaction details, in response to a valid legal request.

Apple received over 32,000 user data requests in six months

Apple received over 32,000 user data requests in six months

According to the report, which covers the first half of this year, Apple received 32,342 demands for user data from governments -- up 9 percent from the previous period -- spanning access to 163,823 devices.

In revamped transparency report, Apple reveals uptick in demands for user data

In revamped transparency report, Apple reveals uptick in demands for user data

The company also said it received between 0 and 499 national security orders, including secret rulings from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, affecting 1,000 and 1,499 accounts.

Facebook 'sorry' for exposing millions of users' private photos

Facebook 'sorry' for exposing millions of users' private photos

New York (CNN Business) Facebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission. Users' photos were exposed over a 12 day period in September, the blog post said.

4G Mobile Phone

4G Mobile Phone

The product covered by the guarantee may be repaired or replaced after being assessed by Punkt.. The service for products covered by the guarantee can only be obtained by presenting proof of purchase (a valid receipt) and the original packaging.

Facebook is Dying and Here’s the Proof – FutureSin – Medium

Facebook is Dying and Here’s the Proof – FutureSin – Medium

Facebook is now making users wait twice as long to delete their accounts In a shocking and bizarre move to the product and customer experience it now takes a full month to delete your Facebook account — twice as long as before.

Facebook extends account deletion grace period from 14 to 30 days

Facebook extends account deletion grace period from 14 to 30 days

Facebook recently extended the deletion grace period for terminating your main account from 14 to 30 days, the company confirmed to The Verge. “We recently increased the grace period when you choose to delete your Facebook account from 14 days to 30 days,” says a Facebook spokesperson.

Americans are changing their relationship with Facebook

Americans are changing their relationship with Facebook

Just over half of Facebook users ages 18 and older (54%) say they have adjusted their privacy settings in the past 12 months, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.

WebScan of thepiratebay.org

WebScan of thepiratebay.org

High-Tech Bridge provides you with a free API to test your web server for security related configuration. $ curl -XPOST -d 'job_id=2a9e1f1bc92dc0c7a4bde930dff488771eea6d36988208d34163c5496227b8dc' 'https://www.htbridge.com/websec/api/v1/get_result/1451425590.html' $ curl -XPOST -d 'tested_url=twitter.com&choosen_ip=any&dnsr=off&recheck=false&follow_redirects=true&verbosity=1' 'https://www.htbridge.com/websec/api/v1/chsec/1451425590.html' $ curl -XPOST -d 'tested_url=twitter.com&choosen_ip=any&dnsr=off&recheck=false&follow_redirects=true&verbosity=1' 'https://www.htbridge.com/websec/api/v1/chsec/1451425590.html' $ curl -XPOST -d 'tested_url=0.0.0.0&choosen_ip=any&dnsr=off&recheck=false&follow_redirects=true&verbosity=1' 'https://www.htbridge.com/websec/api/v1/chsec/1451425590.html'