Privacy

Zero-day vulnerabilities in Chrome and Android exploited by commercial spyware - A spyware vendor called Cytrox was found to be using several zero-day vulnerabilities in Google's Chrome browser and the Android kernel component.
AirTag stalking: What is it, and how can I avoid it? - AirTag stalking is in the news as bills look to close loopholes used by stalkers. What are AirTags, and how can they be used to track people?
Virtual credit cards coming to Chrome: What you need to know - Google are introducing virtual credit cards to the Chrome browser for users of their services in the US. We take a look at what's in store.
Clearview AI banned from selling facial recognition data in the US - The facial recognition and surveillance company was sued for earning off the back of people's faceprints that were taken without consent.
Client side scanning may cost more than it delivers - On May 11, 2022, the EU will publicize a proposal for a law on mandatory chat control. Privacy advocates aren't happy.
How to remove Google from your life - Google and all its products can dominate the average person's life. Here's an in-depth guide on how to remove yourself from their ecosystem.
World Password Day: Brushing up on the basics - It's World Password Day! We take a look at the basic problems surrounding the humble password, and how to make it more secure.
“Reject All” cookie consent button is coming to European Google Search and YouTube - Soon, all countires in Europe, including the UK and Switzerland, will have the power to accept all and reject all cookies with a single click.
It’s legal to scrape public data—US appeals court - A US appeals court has ruled that scraping public data is legal. We look at some of the arguments for and against.

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