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The UK hosted the "Five Eyes" nations for a security summit, and encrypted messaging apps was discussed by the officials present.
Google kept unencrypted, plaintext copies of some G suite business customer passwords on its servers for more than ten years
The implementation error causing the issue happened 2005 and according to TechCrunch, wasn't discovered until April of this year.
Apple’s latest ad emphasizes how the iPhone keeps your text conversations private, subtly digging at companies like Facebook and Google
Apple has released a new privacy ad as companies like Google and Facebook come under increased scrutiny regarding their data collection practices.
Tim Cook said Apple’s fight with the FBI in 2016 was a ‘very rigged case,’ and he wishes it went to court
"I have personally never seen the government apparatus move against a company like it did here in a very dishonest manner," Apple CEO Tim Cook said.
Mark Zuckerberg used this story about a jailed Facebook executive to make a point about keeping your messages secret
In March 2016, Facebook's then-VP for Latin America, Diego Dzodan, was jailed for 24 hours for not handing over WhatsApp messages to Brazilian police.
Facebook says it will move to encrypted, auto-deleting messages — and warns that some countries might decide to ban it
CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook wants to be a "privacy-focused communications platform" — despite all its privacy scandals.
Politicians are raising concerns around data privacy and anti-trust issues.
Vint Cerf, now Google's chief internet evangelist, said he's not sure he would have fixed the problems if he had to do it all over again.
If you’re feeling less comfortable sharing photos to Facebook, here’s why you should try Apple’s solution instead
Compared to Facebook, Apple offers a more elegant and private solution to sharing photos with friends and family.
Australia’s anti-encryption law is so unpopular, there was only 1 comment in support and 342 against — and now the head of its spy agency ...
Australia's law is widely disliked by the technology industry, especially Apple, because security experts believe that so-called "backdoors" weaken security for everyone, not just criminals.