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A new device has been developed that can allegedly unlock and extract data from new hi-tech Smartphones and iPads. The new gizmo has been developed for the police and intelligent agencies by the Israeli forensic and data extraction firm Cellebright. It means that secretive agencies such as MI5 and the FBI will be able to … Continue reading Privacy threat from new phone hacking tool
The British intelligence agency MI5 been unlawfully retaining innocent people’s data for years. At a judicial review of the spy agency’s activities, lawyers for privacy watchdog group Liberty said that MI5 had acknowledged internally that data was being mishandled. The spy agency did not store data correctly and kept it for too long. The intelligence services have … Continue reading MI5 spy agency has been holding on to your personal data for years.
Microsoft has deleted a facial recognition training database with 10 million images of 100,000 people amid speculation that it could have allegedly breached GDPR laws. As privacy and ethical concerns continue to spiral with the increased use of facial recognition technology, the huge collection of images was pulled by the tech giant after an investigation … Continue reading Tech giant Microsoft deletes facial recognition database
California is the world’s fifth largest economy and will soon enforce strict new privacy laws. The new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), goes into effect on January 1, 2020. Some of the best new technology companies are based in California, so it’s no surprise that the state’s gross domestic product rose by $127 billion … Continue reading The California Consumer Privacy Act – is America ready?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) gives individuals the right to ask for their data to be deleted and organisations do have an obligation to do so, except in the following cases: the personal data your company/organisation holds is needed to exercise the right of freedom of expression; there is a legal obligation to keep that data; for reasons … Continue reading How easy is it to remove online personal data?
Apple has unveiled a new login service, which will restrict advertiser’s access to consumer data. When the iOS 13 upgrade is introduced, users will be able to quickly access apps and websites using the Sign-in with Apple feature. The new privacy-enhancing element was unveiled at this week’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in California. The feature … Continue reading Apple unveils new web login privacy feature
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