All posts tagged "privacy"
Smartphone Unlock Screens Have Increasingly Insecure InterfacesFebruary 12, 2019
As technology progresses, a growing number of smartphone unlock screens seem to sport beautiful animations that...
Google’s New Password Checkup Extension Is Powerful, But Is It Legal or Ethical?February 7, 2019
Password Checkup, a new extension for Google’s Chrome browser, checks whether passwords that you use while...
Is the Viral “10 Year Photo” Trend A Disguised Information Collection TechniqueJanuary 16, 2019
Over the past week or so, Facebook has been flooded with posts of people sharing photos...
Received a Smart Television for Christmas? Be Sure to Understand the Privacy and Security ImplicationsJanuary 2, 2019
Smart televisions were popular gifts this holiday season – and, for good reason. A growing number...
Check Your Venmo Settings Right Now Unless You Want Everyone To See How You Spend Your MoneyJuly 19, 2018
If, like millions of other people, you use Venmo, the PayPal-owned online payment system that sports...
Facebook Admits That Millions Of Private Posts May Have Accidentally Been Made PublicJune 7, 2018
Facebook said today that as many as 14-million Facebook users who thought that they were making...
Facebook, Microsoft, Cisco, Dell, and 30 Other Global Companies Make Joint CyberSecurity PledgeApril 17, 2018
34 global technology and security companies today announced a Cybersecurity Tech Accord, likely the largest-ever formal...
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