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According to a new report from Bit9 - security vendor with a focus on defending against advanced persistent threats (APT) - there is a one in four chance that downloading an Android app from the official Google Play market could put you at risk.
Unfortunately, the terms under which FB claims to have done this set a terrible precedent for our future - for our control over the software we use to interact with each other, for control over our data and for our privacy.
The Firefox browser is created by Mozilla, a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web. Universal access, cutting edge technology, high performance, personalization, security, privacy and ...
This video discusses how the microchip is taking over society in all our everyday activities and warns of the coming necessity to have a microchip implant if one wants to function normally in society.
AV Comparatives, a well-respected testing agency, has reported that 68% of 250 tested anti-malware apps on the Google Play Store are "practically useless", raising concerns about the safety of Android mobile users.
Twitter says it was just an accident that caused the microblogging giant to let advertisers use private information to better target their marketing materials at users.
Concerns over privacy and security contribute to consumer distrust in connected devices and online "social" media networks.
When you turn on the setting in your browser that says “Do Not Track”, you probably expect to no longer be tracked on most websites you visit. Right? Well, you would be wrong. But do not worry, you are not alone.
Secret files show scale of Silicon Valley co-operation on Prism, Outlook.com encryption unlocked even before official launch, Skype worked to enable Prism collection of video calls, Company says it is legally compelled to comply.
Any device connected to the Internet such as a computer, smart phone or tablet could soon have its Web history logged and retained for up to two years by telecommunications companies for law enforcement purposes.