If you're logged into Facebook, it will suck up information such as which apps you use to provide "relevant content, including ads.”
The new policy addresses how coordinated online abuse often happens in real life: poisonous drips spanning multiple videos/comments.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has announced a research effort to explore a decentralised version of the microblogging platform.
The telecomms company violates the EU's GDPR by allegedly failing to fully authenticate people phoning up to access their accounts.
Congress on Tuesday told Facebook it must put backdoors into its end-to-end encryption, or it'll be forced to.
Version 79 of Chrome is out, and it promises to do a better job of protecting you against phishing sites and credential stuffing attacks.
These crooks stashed a message in the virus code itelf - we found it, but we don't know which way to take it!
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December 2019’s Patch Tuesday updates are, including a fix for the Windows flaw used in recently discovered WizardOpium attacks.
Bullet-proof authentication is just a tap away!
If you’re one of the tiny hardcore still using Windows 10 Mobile, 10 December 2019 is probably a day you’ve been dreading for nearly a year.
He hired his cousin to break in, hold the rightful domain holder at gunpoint, and force a transfer to his own GoDaddy account.
Thinking of giving a young person an internet-connected ‘smart’ toy this Christmas? You may want to think again.
Ad-blocking technologies can block the cookies that record consumers' privacy choices, they claim.
The Sophos Managed Threat Response (MTR) team has warned the industry of a dangerous new ransomware trick.
The Council of the European Union sent a memo summarizing its thoughts on the "need to mitigate security risks linked to 5G".
Delete the data, and don't do any of that again, the FTC told the data analytics company, which already filed for bankruptcy in 2018.
The $1.1m settlement is an “excellent result,” TikTok said, unsurprisingly: compared with its $5.7m FTC fine, it's dirt cheap.
The hard disks that fail abruptly at 32,768 hours of use - why simply 'adding 1' can send you into oblivion.
Does turning location access off for all your apps mean that location access is off altogether?