privacy

In its latest statement, the Australian government announced that social media companies will henceforth be forced to disclose the identity of users who post what they consider to be “defamatoryRead More →

Cybersecurity specialists report that threat actors could track the online activity of Tor browser users to extract potentially sensitive information. This attack variant is known as Website Fingerprinting (WF). ThisRead More →

Cybersecurity specialists reported that a hacking group possibly sponsored by the government of Iran has compromised the servers of an Israel-based web hosting platform, leading to the leaking of theRead More →

Earlier this week, Facebook announced that it would stop using its facial recognition systems for user authentication on its social platform, although Meta, the now parent company of the socialRead More →

A recent report notes that a British company engaged in the sale of location details acknowledged that part of the records sold was obtained without the prior consent of theRead More →

Last August, Google announced the launch of a new security feature that allows people under the age of eighteen to submit requests to remove their photos from search results, whichRead More →

As part of a class action lawsuit, executives of video conferencing platform Zoom agreed to pay compensation after an investigation concluded the platform maintained very poor security and data protectionRead More →