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Can We Ever Achieve True Digital Privacy? Datawallet Thinks So

Ever since the Facebook data leak scandal broke out, all everyone can talk about is data privacy. It's not a new topic at all,...

5 Cyber Security Tips to Protect Your Digital Privacy in 2018

Digital privacy is paramount in a world where data is more valuable than gold. Everybody wants it: governments spy on their citizens, companies and...

123 million households exposed after AWS storage bucket misconfiguration by Alteryx

Nearly 123 million households had their personal information exposed in a fiasco involving an improperly configured AWS storage bucket by analytics firm Alteryx.The AWS...

French privacy watchdog CNIL says WhatsApp data transfer to Facebook is...

In August 2016, two years after WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook, the former changed its terms and conditions to force users to agree to...

Permanently Delete ALL Your Google Activity History

If you thought you could delete all your history with Google from your Chrome settings, you're only partially right. Google stores all user activity...

UK’s New Data Protection Bill: Will it Really Bring More Power...

The UK government is currently reviewing the new Data Protection Bill, which will require social media companies to delete personal information of users when requested....

Roomba Kicks Up Dust Around Privacy Issues for Smart Home Owners

Roomba, a product of iRobot, is a vacuuming robot powered by a full suite of smart sensors to keep your home clean. The sensors...

Are Your Smart Speakers Secure and Private? Echo, Home, HomePod, Invoke

It's great to have a digital assistant sitting in your home waiting to do your bidding, but most users of smart speakers and other...

Kodi News: 3 More Add-Ons Killed as Kodi Struggles with Anti-Piracy...

Ever since the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on April 26, 2017, that the temporary reproduction of copyright-protected content is NOT...

How Ransomware Attackers Find Their Targets, and How to Go Invisible...

The global rampage that ransomware WannaCrypt, or Wanna Decryptor, is currently on is by no means a new form of extortion. It is a...

Can a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Protect Me from Ransomware and...

Since Friday, public interest in ransomware and other types of malware has been escalating like crazy. The world is still reeling from what is now...

Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Privacy Changes May be EU-motivated, But They...

In an attempt to fight against growing concerns about user privacy, Microsoft's Marisa Rogers and Terry Myerson did a blog piece on three new changes that...

Trump Signs Law Scrapping FCC Privacy Rules, Comcast Clarifies Position

After President Donald Trump signed into law Senate Joint Resolution 34, which "nullifies the Federal Communications Commission’s rule on privacy of customers of broadband...

Microsoft Says a Resounding NO to Governments Seeking Customer Data

As intelligence agencies around the world keep chasing large tech companies, asking them to turn over customer data, tech companies are finding very little...

Google Chrome 56 is Tagging http:// Websites as Not Secure. Is...

When Google announced in September 2016 that it would eventually start flagging all http:// sites that collect sensitive information as "not secure", everyone thought...