The UK government is pushing to make encrypted phones a criminal offense.
Android and iOS privacy labels confuse developers and end users.
All companies should be using two-factor authentication at least to secure their systems but relying on text messages alone is foolish, cybersecurity experts say.
Liberty hails decision that prior independent authorisation is needed for people’s communications data.
AEPD imposed a 900,000€ fine on Telefónica Móviles España for a loss of confidentiality related to SIM Swapping.
The Alphabet unit plans to continue support of the existing approach for at least two years as it follows Apple in challenging Facebook.
More than a dozen prominent cybersecurity experts criticized plans by Apple and the European Union to monitor people’s phones for illicit material.
These spyware apps record your conversations, location and everything you type, all while camouflaged as a calculator or calendar.
Agencies’ growing use of purchased data without warrants raises new legal questions.
Multimillion-pound fines could be imposed for nuisance or fraudulent calls and texts under a proposed overhaul of the UK’s data rules.