Agencies’ growing use of purchased data without warrants raises new legal questions.
Multimillion-pound fines could be imposed for nuisance or fraudulent calls and texts under a proposed overhaul of the UK’s data rules.
Android and iPhone spyware sold by NSO Group enables state terror attacks in multiple countries.
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.
Emails from the Epic Games lawsuit show Apple brass discussing how to handle a 2015 iOS hack. The company never directly notified affected users.
Belgian Constitutional Court annulled the framework set forth by the Law of 29 May 2016 requiring telecommunications providers to retain electronic communications data in bulk.
Smartphones will be included in the scope of a planned “security by design” U.K. law aimed at beefing up the security of consumer devices.
A threat actor has published the phone numbers and account details for an estimated 533 million Facebook users —about a fifth of the entire social network’s user pool— on a publicly accessible cybercrime forum.
Google’s Pixel and Apple’s iPhone both in privacy hot seat for siphoning mobile device data without consent.