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US Court: Police can’t force people to unlock their phone with biometrics

A California judge says U.S. citizens don’t need to supply their fingerprint or face to unlock their phone even when a search is granted via warrant.
Eric ZemanJanuary 15, 2019851 shares
 

‘Reinstall me!’: Apps may soon haunt you with ads after uninstalling them

Uninstalled an app because of annoying ads? Well, a new tool means that may not be the last you hear of them...
Hadlee SimonsOctober 24, 20181436 shares
 

Report: Your phone probably isn’t listening to your voice, but it’s likely recording your screen

Is your phone listening to your conversations? A research team says "No," but it is likely doing something else even more nefarious.
C. Scott BrownJuly 4, 2018390 shares
 

Supreme Court says police must obtain warrant to get phone location data

This is the first time the Supreme Court ruled on a case that dealt with phone location data.
Williams PelegrinJune 22, 20183789 shares
 

How to protect your privacy using Android

We keep an awful lot of personal information on our mobiles these days and they consequently know quite a lot about us, so these days it pays to keep your data protected.
Robert TriggsJune 21, 20181456 shares
 

For a time, your whereabouts were trackable by anyone via a web demo

While the service LocationSmart offers is intended only for consented use, an online demo (since removed) could track the location of anyone.
C. Scott BrownMay 18, 2018123 shares
 

Japanese mobile network installs tech on Android devices to track users without consent

Operator NTT Docomo has revealed that they are able to toggle GPS tracking on smartphones without the user being aware that they are being tracked.
John DyeMay 20, 2016304 shares
 

Is the cost of phone privacy worth paying?

Government agencies, the legal establishment, and law enforcement are railing against smartphone encryption, claiming it aids criminals, but should we be asked to give up our privacy in ...
Simon HillAugust 14, 2015573 shares
 

Why doesn’t Verizon make their “supercookie” an opt-in program?

With a market expected to reach $11 billion by 2016, Verizon is desperate to have as many customers as possible tracked by their supercookies.
William Neilson JrFebruary 3, 2015228 shares
 

Krypton Anonymous Browser – Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is Krypton Anonymous Browser. This browser focuses on privacy and has features like tracker blocking and Tor built in!
Joe HindyDecember 20, 2014404 shares
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