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Privacy YouTube faces a $3 billion lawsuit over violations of children's data privacy that could upend 'surveillance capitalism'

British father Dan McCann filed the lawsuit on behalf of 5 million children alleging YouTube violated the EU's data privacy regulation GDPR.

Privacy Meghan Markle could take the stand in privacy battle amid claims she cooperated with Finding Freedom authors

MEGHAN Markle could take the stand in her privacy battle amid claims she cooperated with the Finding Freedom authors. Her legal team revealed in documents released today the 39-year-old is ...

Privacy The Cybersecurity 202: The next Supreme Court justice could play a major role in cybersecurity and privacy decisions

The next Supreme Court justice could play a key role in determining rules of the road for cybersecurity and privacy in the digital age ― regardless of whether they're appointed by President Trump...

Privacy Why visiting adult websites could affect your security and privacy?

Before visiting adult ontent websites, we suggest taking some basic precautions to prevent viruses. This article has provided all the information you need to know.

Privacy 'Everyone could hear it': Milwaukee woman gunned down near child taking online class

"It was one of our MPS students that had a shooting happen while they were on the (remote) classroom and everyone could hear it," Milwaukee Public Schools spokesman Earl Arms told ...

Privacy Facebook appealing order by Ireland’s privacy regulator that could halt EU-US data transfers

Facebook is appealing a preliminary order from the Irish Data Protection Commission (IDPC) that the social media company says would require it to stop data transfers between the US and the European...

Privacy The coronavirus could be here to stay. Your privacy may be another victim.

Your mind turns to your kid, who every day at school is tracked by cameras monitoring her every move. If the system decides that she isn't socially distancing enough, will she be sent home? You...

Privacy Blockchain Could Answer Contact Tracing Privacy Concerns

A contact-tracing system based on blockchain technology — currently under development in a collaboration between Apple and Google — can provide a viable solution to concerns about data security, ...

Privacy Property tech companies are helping landlords spy on residents, collect their data, and even evict them. Critics are calling it an invasion of privacy that could reinforce ...

Researchers say "proptech" like facial recognition and AI-powered applicant-screening software is helping landlords accelerate gentrification.

Privacy Facebook to update guidelines; privacy experts say, move could have adverse impact on free speech

Digital privacy experts said the update could give Facebook a "wide berth" to remove any content that it may feel harms the social media platform, including posts that are critical of Facebook.

Privacy Apple's Privacy Push Could Change the Internet Economy Forever

When Apple announced new privacy protections at its Worldwide Developers Conference this summer, there wasn't a lot of fanfare about the move. In the day-to-day user experience, Apple would be...

Privacy SNP's new hate crime law could 'see police action for simply expressing views in PRIVATE'

PEOPLE could be brought to justice if they say something that is discriminatory during a private conservation with friends under new controversial hate crime laws, an expert has claimed.

Privacy Lawmakers Mull Whether Depression-Era Laws Could Break Up Big Tech

Last month’s marathon tech antitrust hearing was half the circus that some of us were anticipating, and half cogent arguments that solidified just how desperately the tech giants need to be reigned...

Privacy Fury as anti-submarine warships could be cut to single figures in review – 'Embarrassing!

BRITAIN'S naval defences could be compromised in the wake of a key defence review with the number of anti-submarine warships slashed to single figures, defence sources have warned - sparking fury ...

Privacy How online facial-recognition systems could endanger our privacy

E&T reverse-engineered an online facial-recognition system and revealed how the trend towards facial-recognition-supported online search could expose users to unexpected privacy risks. When I...

Privacy Facebook Says Apple's New Privacy Rules Could Spare Its Own Apps but Hit Smaller Companies

Facebook Inc on Wednesday warned that privacy changes coming from Apple Inc could hurt smaller developers such as gaming companies disproportionately but will likely leave its own apps mostly ...

Privacy Alabama could soon make public the data on COVID-19 cases in schools

Schools are required to report all suspected and positive COVID-19 cases to the Alabama Department of Public Health under current guidelines.

Privacy Blockchain could help colleges like ASU provide better, more secure online education

Arizona State University believes blockchain will be key to helping it deliver online education to over 100,000+ students by 2025.

Privacy Could Kamala Harris transform law enforcement as the vice president?

National conventions have long served as what magicians call the turn. As explained in the movie "The Prestige," every magic trick has three stages. First comes the pledge, when the magician "shows...

Privacy Germany could make it law to walk dogs twice a day - here are the other proposed regulations

A ban could also be made on keeping dogs chained up for long periods. The potential new rules come in the wake of a cracking down on puppy farms in Germany. Sorry, there seem to be some issues....