The TLDR Act would force tech companies to break legal jargon into understandable language, and be more transparent about data collection.
Apple will scan iPhones for child porn. Will this new initiative put its privacy promise at risk?
An Apple software update will ask users if they want to be tracked. The expectation that many will say no is forcing Facebook, Google, and other tech cos to adapt.
Neeva is trying to build a privacy-first search engine from scratch. It’s got the right team for the job.
Google says it will stop selling ads based on individual browsing history.
A North Dakota bill is trying to rein in Apple and Google’s app-store dominance. It’s one of many state-level Big Tech battles.
The SolarWinds hack has affected ~18k customers, including America’s largest companies and government institutions. What’s next?
A case concerning the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) could give Big Tech even more power.
Forget skipping the security line — Clear wants you to use it for all of your credit card purchases.
The startup Yubo runs on in-app purchases.
A new tool called Blacklight airs all the dirty ad-tech laundry.
The pro-cookie argument has always been: It’s more profitable. But new evidence is challenging that.
Ransomware attacks are on the rise, and Garmin is the latest big name to take a hit.
The government wanted in, but Telegram’s founder said nyet.
The company blocked Tiananmen Square commemorations. US lawmakers got wind of it.
IBM, Microsoft, and Amazon announced they are moving away from the tool -- but let’s look at the fine print.