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Would you give up a little privacy for the fight against COVID-19?

The novel coronavirus is spreading rapidly, and your data might help stop it.
Nick FernandezApril 2, 2020621 shares
 

Zoom won’t add new features for 90 days as it tackles privacy, security woes

Zoom has made headlines for its privacy and security concerns, but here's how it'll be addressing them.
Hadlee SimonsApril 2, 2020231 shares
 

You might want to uninstall Houseparty, expert calls it a privacy ‘trojan horse’

As Houseparty grows in popularity, more of the app's privacy concerns come to light.
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Your phone’s location data could soon be used to track coronavirus spread

The collected data would reportedly be anonymous, but we've been here before.
Hadlee SimonsMarch 18, 2020464 shares
 

Google location data turned innocent cyclist into robbery suspect

A Florida man became the suspect of a robbery investigation just because he happened to ride past a burglarized house.
Adamya SharmaMarch 9, 2020306 shares
 

How to use Off-Facebook Activity: Protect your data and see which apps track you

The new Off-Facebook Activity tool allows you to see which apps share your data with the social network.
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5 best encrypted private messenger apps for Android!

People care more about privacy now than ever before. Keep your messages safe with the best private messenger apps!
Joe HindyFebruary 23, 202097 shares
 

Here’s how cops caught an arsonist using an app on his son’s phone

A Vermont-based man was traced to an arson location thanks to the family tracking app installed on his son's phone.
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The US government is using a commercial app database to track, arrest immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security acknowledged buying access to the database.
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ToTok pulled from Play Store amidst spying accusations (Update: It’s back)

Update: The ToTok app has been reinstated into the Google Play Store.
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