The open standard of podcasting is increasingly under threat as companies move to centralize the medium.
The Rapid Alert System just collects data and doesn’t do anything with it.
New Zealand isn’t impressed that Google revealed the name of someone accused of murder.
Vault Systems joins others in saying that Australia’s law is hurting Australian businesses.
The Orvibo website claims that the company supports millions of IoT devices and it can guarantee that data are safe and secured. However, researchers discovered otherwise.
According to the researcher, Mozilla has no plans to fix the issue.
Governments and hackers can get access to user’s messages, unless Slack introduces extra encryption.
Amazon only removes your data if you tell them to delete it. Even then, there are some things they won’t let you delete even if you ask.
Facebook’s Libra has been hit with criticism from the moment it was announced.
Almost ten years ago, privacy invasions were rife – they just weren’t talked about as much as they are today.