The privacy-focused browser purposely allows Microsoft trackers on third-party sites due to an agreement between the two companies.
Amazon and third parties use data from smart speakers to sell you stuff, says report.
Clearview AI hit with penalty for collecting images of people from social media and web to add to global database.
Council of EU to push for “on the spot” biometric ID checks, inserting “all available data” in Schengen Information System
The Council is calling for new rules on with “on the spot” biometric ID checks with mobile fingerprint readers and face scanners.
Privacy is a big deal and Brave Browser is giving people more information about who is tracking them.
Mastercard wants to create a standard that lets you pay in stores by smiling or waving — but will shoppers be comfortable?
MIT researchers developed a novel privacy-preserving protocol that could enable an algorithm that provides recommendations to guarantee a user’s privacy.
New data about the real-time-bidding (RTB) system’s use of web users’ info suggests Google and others are processing and passing people’s data.
The EU Parliament has voted to legalise Europol’s processing of bulk datasets of personal data and endorsing research into predictive policing technologies.
A number of websites include keyloggers that covertly snag your keyboard inputs.