Clubhouse, the voice-based chat app, has denied allegations of a data breach that started doing rounds on the internet last week.
The Premise app pays users, many in the developing world, to do tasks like taking photos and completing surveys for clients including the U.S. military.
Analysis of 20,000 mobile apps that ask for sensitive information shows that some track users across different platforms Nine out of 10 mobile health apps collect and track user data, according to a new global study.
Google informed app developers that beginning in late 2021, when Android 12 OS users opt out of personalized ads, the advertising ID provided by Google Play services will not be made available to app developers for any purpose.
TikTok, the Chinese-owned video-sharing app, was given one month by European Union regulators and consumer protection watchdogs to address concerns over the safety of children’s data on the platform.
Google reportedly made it harder to find Android privacy settings and even pressured phone makers into hiding settings.
The company tested out giving users the ability to summon their own personal police force. Last week it pulled the plug.
Old photos on Venmo, which is owned by PayPal, are easily exposed on its website. There’s no way to delete them or make a profile private.
Emails from the Epic Games lawsuit show Apple brass discussing how to handle a 2015 iOS hack. The company never directly notified affected users.