Tag: Privacy

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Windows 10 UWP gave developers unwanted access to all user files

Microsoft has fixed a bug in the currently delayed Windows 10 October 2018 Update. This was in earlier versions of the operating system and gave apps potentially undesirable access to user data. This is a bug in the Universal Windows Platform. The bug in the Windows broadFileSystemAccess API could g... Read more

date6 years ago
Google gives users far-reaching control over search data

Google gives users far-reaching control over search data

Google has introduced a number of new features to make it easier for users to manage their data. Your Data in Search, as it is called, allows users to view and delete their recent search activity. In addition, they have easy access to the most relevant privacy settings within their Google Account. I... Read more

date6 years ago
Google recognizes exist secret Dragonfly project

Google recognizes exist secret Dragonfly project

Representatives of a number of large tech companies appeared before an American Senate committee. They talked about data privacy and concerns about consumer protection. Google sent his new privacy chief Ketih Enright to the hearing, and he received several questions about the rumors that Google is w... Read more

date6 years ago
Chrome 70 reverses controversial login function

Chrome 70 reverses controversial login function

Google had a pretty negative press last weekend due to a login feature it had added to Chrome 69 without warning. This criticism has been heard and immediately taken up, because from Chrome 70 users can choose whether they want to make use of it or not. During the weekend it turned out that people w... Read more

date6 years ago
Canadian data firm AIQ is the first to receive a GDPR warning

Canadian data firm AIQ is the first to receive a GDPR warning

The Canadian data firm AggregateIQ (AIQ) has the dubious honour of being the first to receive a GDPR warning. The British Information Commissioner Office (ICO) accuses the company of processing people's data for purposes they did not expect. According to the BBC, AIQ has protested and is appealing a... Read more

date6 years ago
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