privacy

Recent research shows that activating the mute function available in the various video conferencing applications might not have the effect expected by users, as the microphone could continue to workRead More →

The Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) says nation states opposed to the Five Eyes cybersecurity alliance are using dating apps to identify potential targets for the extraction of sensitiveRead More →

After three years of research into Google security and privacy practices, a group of people filed four separate lawsuits arguing that the company misled users by tracking their information evenRead More →

This week, the European Commission published a call for the development of its own DNS resolution system, provisionally dubbed DNS4EU. In its proposal, the organization establishes the guidelines that mustRead More →

The United Kingdom National Crime Agency (NCA) announced the conviction of an individual responsible for operating a variant of the popular variant of fraud known as the romance scam. OsagieRead More →

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has requested a hearing with Mark Zuckerberg to make some clarifications about Meta and the way it’s recently launched virtual reality headsets work, seekingRead More →

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) determined that the rights to all content related to the sex trafficking case on the adult platforms GirlsDoPorn and GirlsDoToys must be granted toRead More →

This week the Australian and U.S. governments signed an agreement to make it easier for their justice departments to access phone numbers and email addresses related to judicial investigations. U.S.Read More →