China has a history of oppression and a new report suggests US tech firms are profiting off of it.
The situation raises privacy concerns for people looking up medical symptoms.
This follows Google’s previous claims that it doesn’t eavesdrop on Google Home and Google Assistant recordings.
Arguments over data storage are becoming increasingly important in Europe.
This comes months after reports revealed it was possible for Amazon staff to listen to customer Alexa chats.
TfL says if you don’t like it, turn your Wi-Fi off.
The “Minority Report” experiment has come to an end.
Whether analytics are considered essential has long been debated among website owners.
Here’s another consequence of Australia’s shockingly invasive law.
There are no details on what the hearing will cover but the title suggests it will focus on measures to protect children online – measures that often result in more censorship and data collection.