While the trackers in LastPass’ Android app don’t collect any personal data, the news may not sit well with some privacy-minded users
A bug in the ad blocking component of Brave’s Tor feature caused the browser to leak users' DNS queries
Your ‘networked computer on wheels’ has a privacy problem – when it comes to your data, you may not really be in the driver’s seat
Other leaked data included a range of personal information such as names, addresses and personal healthcare information.
The videoconferencing platform is making the feature available to users of both free and paid tiers
It’s easy to reset your password or PIN after a data breach. But reset your face? Not so much.
Sports and training data are more sophisticated and affordable than ever. With the democratization of (sports) performance data, is your personal information safe?
Oregon’s largest city aims to be a trailblazer when it comes to facial recognition legislation
The intelligence agency warns of location tracking risks and offers tips for how to reduce the amount of data shared
The open letter highlights five security and privacy principles that require heightened attention from videoconferencing services
A report calls into question the providers’ security practices and dismisses their claims of being no-log VPN services
In a move lauded by privacy advocates, Boston joins the ranks of cities that have voted down the municipal use of the technology
Cyberbullying can happen to anyone, at any time – and at any age. How can adults deal with various forms of online abuse and harassment?
Here’s how encryption can help keep your data safe from prying eyes – even if your device is stolen or your cloud account is hacked
…and why are they selling it to other security vendors and product testers?
While in France, a citizen of Brazil who resides in California books a bungee jump in New Zealand. Is it a leap of faith into the unknown, for both the operator and the thrill-seeker?
The warning highlights one of the potential risks associated with revealing too much private information online
By contrast, two other web browsers share identifiers that are tied to the device hardware and so persist even across fresh installs
People in other parts of the world also have the option to flip on DNS encryption
Do social media listen in on our conversations in order to target us with ads? Or are we just a bit paranoid? A little test might speak a thousand words.