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Andrew Yang released a four-pronged policy proposal Wednesday that, among other things, would give users more control over their data.
Microsoft is acquiring a startup that will help its cloud customers control how their data is being used
Microsoft is acquiring BlueTalon. It fits into Microsoft's hybrid cloud strategy, which allows customers to use both private data centers and cloud.
Here’s the fastest way to delete your data from FaceApp, the viral app that’s stirring controversy about privacy and data collection
More than 12 million new users downloaded FaceApp in the past week, but now people are concerned that the Russian app could be misusing their photos.
Since going viral again for making people look old, FaceApp has been downloaded by 12.7 million new users
FaceApp has been going viral in the last week thanks to its ability to make anyone of any age look convincingly old.
FaceApp's Russia-based development team addressed concerns and criticism over how the popular app handles user data and privacy.
Organisations that are already PDPA compliant can now go one step further to win consumer trust with this mark.
Here are some of the best reactions to Mark Zuckerberg’s change of tune on privacy at today’s big Facebook event
Here are some of the best tweets poking fun at Facebook's change of tune on privacy at today’s F8 developer conference keynote.
These Harvard grads just launched a startup with $3.95 million led by Accel to give users more control over data and make privacy policies less ‘...
Two Harvard grads launched data privacy startup Transcend with a $3.95 million led by Accel. They say GDPR shows how important data privacy has become
China has started ranking citizens with a creepy ‘social credit’ system — here’s what you can do wrong, and the embarrassing, ...
Chinese people are being introduced to a scheme that monitors their behaviour, scores them, and doles out punishments and rewards.
This study confirmed that business execs at major Asian companies are selling customer data thanks to 70,000-word terms and conditions no one ever rea...
Healthcare and financial services companies were the top two industries guilty of selling sensitive customer data, business execs admitted.