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Apple and Google Block UK Corona App Update Due to Location Data Sharing
Apple and Google Block UK Corona App Update Due to Location Data Apple and Google have blocked the latest update of the UK corona app because it asks users to share location...
All Devices Sold in Russia Must Come with Pre-Installed Russian Apps
As of last week, all smartphones, computers and other connected devices sold in Russia must come pre-installed with domestic software and apps. Companies who break the law, risk a...
Fake Deliveroo Scam Panics French Customers
The food delivery company, Deliveroo, decided to play an April Fools' prank on its French customers last week. However, customers who received fake confirmation emails from the...
Personal Information Of 533 Million Facebook Users Up for Grabs
Over the weekend, the private data of more than half a billion Facebook users from 106 countries ended up on the street. Details include the victims’ full name, Facebook ID,...
President Nicolás Maduro Accuses Facebook of Digital Totalitarianism
Facebook has blocked Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s page for thirty days for spreading misinformation about COVID-19. Without proof, Maduro claimed in a video that a...
Tesla’s In-Car Cameras May Pose Privacy Concerns
Several Tesla models capture and share video footage of drivers and passengers using in-car cameras. The information can be used to monitor whether a driver is paying attention,...
Signal App No Longer Works In China Without A VPN
Cross-platform messaging app Signal no longer works in China. Both the app and its website are now unavailable without a VPN. For now, Signal remains available in Apple’s China...
Malaysia Airlines Member Data Leaked
Malaysia’s flag carrier airline, Malaysia Airlines, advised frequent flyer program members to change their passwords following a data breach involving one of its third-party IT...
Tiktok Settles Dozens of Privacy Lawsuits For $92 Million
TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, has agreed to pay $92 million to end more than twenty lawsuits against the company. Several parties accused the Chinese social network of...