With Apple’s latest mobile software update, we can decide whether apps monitor and share our activities with others. Here’s what to know.
The U.S. Department of Education opened an investigation into the data-sharing practices between Florida’s Pasco County sheriff’s office and school district.
Apple finally introduced AirTags and seems solved the problam of secure trancking and privacy.
. In addition to asking for a copy of an ID, telecoms will now be required to collect people’s fingerprints, faceprints, and home addresses.
Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance.
The European Commission published its Proposal for a Regulation on a European approach for Artificial Intelligence. The Proposal follows a public consultation on the Commission’s white paper on AI published in February 2020.
Apps that generate fake one-time emails can create just one more disruption to publisher first-party data and identity goals.
Home secretary Priti Patel uses a conference organised by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) to warn that end-to-end encryption will severely erode the ability of tech companies to police illegal content, including child abuse and terrorism.
New analysis shows that facial recognition and other biometric authentication technologies will increasingly help to keep mobile payments safe from fraudsters.
Obscuring your face does not hide you from facial recognition systems, researchers have found.