The UK government is to put forward proposals that will require organizations to limit the effectiveness of data encryption, arguing it weakens security.
Apple has once again reiterated its claim that it is technically impossible for it to access encrypted data on iPhones that are running iOS 8 or higher and even if it was possible, it would be apprehensive to perform such an action.
The Impact Team have released stolen Ashley Madison data on the dark web, which includes personal information belonging to 37 million users of the website.
Glasses that are capable of blocking facial recognition technology are to go on sale in Japan next year.
Windows 10 offers more personalisation and integration than ever before. We take a look at the privacy implications of this.
Hacker sends woman images of herself and her boyfriend, which were captured through their own webcam.
Moonpig, the online personalised card company, has blocked the accounts of an unspecified number of customers after users’ details were published online.
Privacy search engine DuckDuckGo has seen traffic rocket after recent widely publicized privacy scares, according to the company.
The British government has passed legislation amending the Computer Misuse Act to prevent GCHQ, the police and intelligence services from prosecution over any hacking into mobile phones and computers.
Apple has filed a court objection against the sale of RadioShack customer data for those who had purchased its products, reports Ars Technica.
Concern over the security of Windows in China has led to a ‘gold rush’, as Chinese firms race to fill the gap left by Microsoft’s operating system, reports Reuters.
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The Data Security and Breach Notification Act has passed The House Energy and Commerce Committee by a vote of 29-22, reports The Hill.
The reformed conman that the 2002 film ‘Catch Me If You Can’ is based on has told The Times that anyone living in the US or UK has already had their identity stolen.
A common email mistake accidentally disclosed passport and visa details of 31 world leaders attending the G20 summit in Australia, the BBC reports.
A Carnegie Mellon University study has discovered that a selection of Android apps collect location data on their users on average every three minutes, according to the Wall Street Journal.