The Rise of Health-Tracking Wearables at the Workplace Raises Privacy & Ethical Concerns

Based on a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, around one-fifth of companies that offer health…

18,000 Android Apps Found to be Breaking Play Store User Tracking Rules

According to the Appcensus blog, over 18,000 Android apps were found to be breaking a Google…

The FTC and Facebook Are Negotiating a Multi-Billion Dollar Settlement over the Latter’s Privacy Violations

According to a report by the Washington Post, Facebook is negotiating a monetary settlement with the…

Russian Government to Test Its Ability to Unplug from the Internet

Russia may disconnect its internet from the rest of the world, part of an experiment which…

Facebook Maintains Secret List of ‘Threatening Users’, Uses Mobile App to Track Their Location

American business news channel CNBC recently revealed that social media giant Facebook uses its own apps…

Dutch Court Says ISP Does Not Have to Hand over Subscriber Details

The Central Netherlands Court has ruled that a local Internet Service Provider called Ziggo does not…

Google Pulls 29 Malicious Camera & Photo Apps from the Play Store

Google has removed 29 camera and photo apps from the Play Store after it was revealed…

China and the US Have a Marked Lead in AI over the Rest of the World

According to a study by the U.N. World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the US and China…

Study Shows that Majority of Individuals View Personalised Ads as Unethical

Computer and network security company RSA recently released the findings of its survey on data, privacy,…

Germany’s Antitrust Watchdog Deals Shattering Blow to Facebook’s Advertising Model

In what may well turn out to be the biggest blow to Facebook’s business model, Germany’s…