Around 104,852 women had their photos uploaded to a bot, on the WhatsApp-like text messaging app Telegram, which were then used to generate computer-generated fake nudes of them without their knowledge or consent, researchers revealed on Tuesday.
Facebook Inc. is again being sued for allegedly spying on Instagram users, this time through the unauthorized use of their mobile phone cameras.
Several companies offering phone-spying apps — known as “stalkerware” — are still advertising in Google search results, despite the search giant’s ban that took effect today, TechCrunch has found.
Use of the tech needs to be narrower to conform to human rights law, court held.
Twitter’s use of the data for advertising purposes was discovered in 2019.
A mobile app once used by the Trump campaign and other partisan interests has been rebranded and is now part of an “approved” national app database specifically designed for use by public health and safety agencies.
Chris Larsen knows that a crypto mogul spending his own money for a city’s camera surveillance system might sound creepy. He’s here to explain why it’s not.
The sale is “an end-run around the usual legal processes.”
The Senate Judiciary Committee passed the amended version on July 2.
On Friday, IBM Research updated their open source “IBM Differential Privacy Library,” a suite of new lightweight tools offering “an array of functionality to extract insight and knowledge from data with robust privacy guarantees.”
The bill would also make federal funding for state and local law enforcement contingent on the enactment of similar bans.
The Patriot Act is about to be reauthorized, but we still don’t know basic facts about how our web browsing habits are being collected.
A massive data breach dubbed db8151dd has exposed the records of 22M people – including addresses, phone numbers, and social media links. But the source of the data is a mystery.
Pai says power limits and guard band will prevent interference with GPS.