Google Vows Not to Use Fitbit Data For Advertising

In an effort to prevent the EU from challenging its Fitbit deal, Google has committed to not using Fitbit data in its advertising.

Wells Fargo Bans TikTok From Company Phones

The hits keep on coming for TikTok as Well Fargo has instructed employees to delete the social media app from their phones.

TikTok Pulling Out of Hong Kong

TikTok has announced plans to pull out of Hong Kong in the wake of a new national security law.

iOS 14 Outs Major Apps For Snooping On Users

iOS 14 has a number of significant privacy improvements, one of which has been a source of embarrassment for several high-profile apps.

Facebook Allowed 5,000 Developers to Improperly Access User Data

Facebook has admitted to yet another misstep with customer data, allowing 5,000 developers to access it after the cutoff date.

California Begins Enforcing New Privacy Law

Following a six month grace period, California has begun enforcing its new privacy regulation, effective July 1.

Legislation Would Ban Federal Law Enforcement From Using Facial Recognition

Senators Ed Markey and Jeff Merkley have introduced legislation that would ban federal law enforcement agencies from using facial recognition.

Boston Bans Facial Recognition For Government Use

Boston has joined the growing ranks of US cities that have banned the use of facial recognition by government officials.

Senators Introduce Legislation Attacking Encryption

Another day, another attack on the encryption standards that protect every single person using the internet and computing devices.

WWDC 2020 Part 3: macOS Big Sur

Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, named “Big Sur.” The design of the OS features a number of refinements.