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Facebook says it suspended ‘tens of thousands’ of apps for misusing data as part of its investigation into the Cambridge Analytica scandal...
The company launched a full-fledged investigation into apps on the Facebook platform in March 2018 after the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Facebook used contractors to collect and transcribe audio data from Messenger and Portal devices. It will resume collecting audio from Portal.
Apple is finally launching a cycle tracker this week, and there’s a compelling reason to use it over third-party apps
The new Cycle Tracking app will allow users to track their periods, symptoms, and fertility windows without having to use a third-party app.
To hide your LinkedIn profile, you'll need to edit your Privacy settings. You can access these settings from your profile on desktop and mobile.
Google will pay $170 million to settle allegations that YouTube illegally collected kids’ data without their parents consent
The settlement calls for YouTube to create a system for channels to flag their videos as "child-directed content."
Amazon is reportedly working on a new payment system that would let you check out at Whole Foods by simply waving your hand over a sensor
The e-tail giant is developing a system that keep track of the size and shape of customers hands and use that data to authorize payments.
For years, photos uploaded to Facebook would automatically suggest to tag people in the photo. Facebook just fundamentally changed how that works.
An influential senator thinks Mark Zuckerberg should be ‘held personally accountable’ for Facebook’s privacy problems, including ...
Sen. Ron Wyden said Zuckerberg lied about Facebook's privacy practices and ought to face legal consequences for that, including possible imprisonment.
Use this map to see if your local police department has access to Amazon Ring’s unofficial surveillance network of video doorbells
Amazon's Ring has partnerships with hundreds of local police departments, giving them access to locations of Ring doorbells in nearby neighborhoods.
Facebook could face increased scrutiny from EU regulators after audio data from European users was mistakenly sent to contractors
Facebook accidentally included data from European users in an audio transcription program, and it could be a violation the EU's strict privacy laws.