The problem lies in installing unfamiliar technology in devices filled with our private data — devices whose operating systems allow it.
Health Ministry urges journalists not to name or show pictures of COVID-19 patients.
“The US is stricter than us.”: Interior Ministry spokesman General Khieu Sopheak.
Chinese people have become more concerned about information safety as they are worried about their privacy.
How much should the German public know about any of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s potential illnesses? She, too, has a right to her privacy — the same as every other German citizen.
Alphabet Inc’s Google business announced new privacy controls for its services, including “Incognito mode” for Google Maps.
The Wipro work is among about 200 content labelling projects that Facebook has.
Public concern over data privacy is pushing tech giants to change their ways.
India outlines a new draft policy for its burgeoning e-commerce sector.
There is this line that goes, “make sure your actual presence is greater than your online presence”.
It is relatively correct. But can we do both?
Europe’s new data privacy law puts tech firms that track people online in jeopardy.
Facebook Inc’s shares lost as much as a quarter of their value.
“I did not ask for and do not seek attention. #PlaneBae is not a romance – it is a digital-age cautionary tale about privacy, identity, ethics and consent.”
We live in a generation that favours Facebook posts over personal discussions, Instagram stories over actual memories and shallow tweets over deep conversations.
Google has taken the wraps off Android P – the newest version of its Android platform boldly claiming that the newest iteration would revolutionise the way users interact with its latest and greatest operating system.
Zuckerberg fields 10 hours of questions over two days from nearly 100 US lawmakers.