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Privacy Stories April 10
DETOUR Act seeks to ban deceptive behavioral psychology tricks to get your personal data
Two US senators have introduced the DETOUR Act, a bipartisan bill designed to ban apps and websites from using deceptive behavioral psychology tricks to obtain access to your personal data …
Privacy Stories April 3
Facebook caught exposing millions of private records from users on Amazon servers
In the latest security gaffe for Facebook, millions of private records from the platform’s users have been found unprotected on Amazon’s cloud servers.
Privacy Stories March 28
Apple’s new iPhone XR ad tackles the hairy issue of private web browsing in privacy push play on video
After releasing a humorous new promotional video about how Apple takes privacy seriously earlier this month, the company has shared another privacy ad highlighting how Safari limits cross-site tracking.
Privacy Stories March 15
Facebook announces AI system to detect revenge porn, says accounts posting it will be deleted
Facebook first started trialling a system to combat revenge porn late last year, but it had one rather scary aspect: you had to upload your own nudes so the platform knew which images it should block. The social network has today announced a new AI-based detection system …
Privacy Stories March 14
Privacy has long been a value for Apple, hammered by Steve Jobs a decade ago and built-in to Apple’s software, something that can’t be said for many other tech companies. But marketing privacy as a product feature can be tricky. How do you show it?
Apple’s latest iPhone ad tackles that challenge head-on, connecting privacy to iPhone in the most relatable ways yet — like public bathroom etiquette.
Privacy Stories March 11