Google to face a privacy lawsuit
Google CEO was summoned to defend accusations over incognito browsing in the Chrome browser.
A lawsuit was filed in June of 2020 where Alphabet Inc's Google was accused of tracking users' activity while in incognito mode. As a result, the chief executive of Google, Sundar Pichai, was summoned to... Read more
The EU Commission wants to create a cyber unit to combat cybercrime
The European Commission submitted a proposal on Wednesday, to pool resources and expertise sourced from its 27 member states, to form an overarching ‘internet police’ unit that will fight online criminals. The announcement comes amid a spate of highly publicized attacks across Europe and the wo... Read more
Social media platform Parler may never come back online
John Matze, the CEO of Parler says that the social media platform may never get back online after it was cut off by major service providers that were displeased by the app's failure to police violent content posted by its users.
Several business vendors cut off ties with the platform, which is o... Read more
Dell incorporates privacy controls for Linux hardware
Working from home has become the norm, and with it, new problems have arisen concerning privacy. Dell now introduces hotkeys to kill the microphone and webcam, no matter which application is using them.
Suffice to say, the webcam and the microphone can give away a lot about you, unless they ar... Read more