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TikTok, for one, promised to knock this off months ago but was caught red-handed, still at it, by the new clipboard notification in iOS 14.
Amazing what online search, social media profiles, a DMV database and cameras everywhere can turn up about us.
A third-party cybersecurity firm were paid to drill a hole in a Tor-reliant operating system to uncover a man who spent years sextorting young girls.
Can you tell whether you’re talking to a human or AI?
Facebook users will see notices labeling “state-controlled media”, based on criteria such as funding, editorial independence, ownership structure and more.
Hopefully it’s a COVID-19 version of what it did post-2016 elections, when it required verification of those buying political or issue ads.
7 internet giants, including Mozilla, Reddit and Twitter, asked the House to do what the Senate narrowly missed doing: protect browsing history.
Use of the kid-addicting, video-sharing app is exploding during lockdown, triggering yet another inquiry into how safe it is for young ones. This post appeared first on Naked Security Blog…