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US Lawmakers Want the FTC to Investigate TikTok’s Data Handling

TikTok continues to face pressure over its latest privacy faux pas, with two US senators asking the FTC to investigate the company.

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India Blinks, Extends Deadline for VPN Rules by Three Months

India has pushed back the deadline for new rules governing VPNs by three months amid an uproar that has seen some providers leave the country.

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BlackBerry Beats Analysts’ Expectations, Buoyed by Its Cybersecurity Business

BlackBerry reported its first-quarter results, beating analysts’ expectations, thanks to its cybersecurity business.

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Microsoft Buying Cybersecurity Startup Miburo

Microsoft is continuing its efforts to bolster cybersecurity, announcing a deal to purchase startup firm Miburo.

Apple’s M1 Chip Has An Unpatchable Security Flaw

Researchers at MIT have discovered an unpatchable security flaw in Apple’s M1 chip, a flaw that’s reminiscent of the Spectre and Meltdown flaws.

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$5.5 Million — That’s the Price Americans Want for Their Search History

A new report demonstrates Americans may value their search history a little more than some companies may have expected, putting a $5.5 million price tag on it.

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ExpressVPN Removes Its Servers From India

ExpressVPN has removed its servers from India in response to legislation that requires VPNs to track and log a significant amount of user data.

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The UK Has Fined Clearview AI $9.4 Million

The hits keep on coming for Clearview AI, with the UK’s privacy watchdog fining the company $9.4 million and demanding it delete its data on UK residents.

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VPN Providers May Be Forced to Pull Out of India

VPN providers may be forced to pull out of the Indian market over a new law that undermines the privacy VPNs offer.

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Top Websites Capture Email and Passwords — Without You Clicking ‘Submit’

New research shows that some of the world’s top websites collect data — including emails and passwords — from forms even if the user does not click the ‘Submit’ button.