The doorbell camera maker received over 1,800 legal demands during 2020.
the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday announced guidelines for how a controversial statistical method will be applied to the numbers used for drawing congressional and legislative districts.
After a probe began in January, the tech giant is addressing concerns about third-party cookie removal in Chrome.
Several German Data Protection Authorities commence independent investigation of cross border transfers of personal data in violation of Schrems II.
The F.B.I.’s recovery of Bitcoins paid in the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack showed cryptocurrencies are not as hard to track as it might seem.
Europe’s top court is set to rule on whether national regulators can reach across borders.
There’s a fine line between anticipating customers’ needs and overdoing it with an invasion of online privacy.
Will Cathcart likens governments’ stance to insisting a 1984 telescreen be installed in every living room.
The Belgian regulator’s ability to act independently is in doubt because several of its officials are also affiliated with the government.
Apple on Monday (7 June) said it is ramping up privacy and expanding features in new iPhone operating software to be released later this year.