US tech giant Apple announced on Monday afternoon it had begun the rollout of new labels about the privacy practices of apps for users to see before they are downloaded from the App Store.
A Chinese court found phone manufacturer Gionee guilty of installing Trojan horse malware in over 20 million phones from December 2018 to October 2019.
U.S. social media startup Parler became trending after screenshots circulated online, alleging the platform of leaving its database credentials “unencrypted” on a public API endpoint.
Indian government has banned over 43 mobile applications, majority of them with connections to China due to privacy concerns.
The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office fined Ticketmaster UK Limited $1.6 million on Friday afternoon for failing to secure its customer’s personal data.
Two Facebook users, Saul Benary and Karma Holoboff, are seeking damages on behalf of Canadians whose personal data may have been used inappropriately for political gain.
A deepfake bot found on the Telegram messenger app has victimized tens of thousands of women and created fake nude images of them that have been posted publicly online.
An Irish data privacy regulator has launched two investigations into Instagram over its practices in handling the personal data of children on its platform.