According to researchers, an attacker can open a smart lock sold by major US retailers with nothing more than a MAC address. Over time, smart locks have come into use
Facial recognition has always been problematic from a privacy standpoint. By utilising the technology, all it takes to identify somebody is taking a photo of them. But now, researchers have
A number of iOS 14 users have reported seeing the green ‘camera on’ indicator when they are browsing Instagram without using their camera. Given that the light should turn green
To ensure that people remain quarantined in their homes and slow down the spread of COVID-19, a number of nations are resorting to surveillance measures such as phone location tracking.
Twitter’s updated Developer Policy will reflect the company’s new position on bots, as well as making it more transparent on how data should be used. To make it easier to
In a recent announcement from Google, it became known that user agent strings in Chrome will be ditched in favour of client hints, a new mechanism designed to replace them.
If you have the Microsoft 365 enterprise bundle, good news! The company has decided to roll out new privacy dashboards that will help you become GDPR compliant. The new Compliance
Ron Wyden, Oregon’s Democratic senator, has recently had a discussion with The New York times regarding privacy versus security. The lawmakers are currently discussing what kind of an impact the