Firefox stops advertisers tracking you as you browse, calls itself the most “private and secure major browser”

Mozilla has launched its Total Cookie Protection addition to Firefox for users worldwide. What does it do?

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Cloud data breaches: 4 biggest threats to cloud storage security

Here are four big threats to cloud storage security that SMBs should be ready to address to help prevent cloud data breaches.

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Coffee app in hot water for constant tracking of user location

A Tim Hortons app has been flagged for managing to violate Canada’s privacy laws. We offer some advice to avoid becoming tangled in app woes.

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Internet Safety Month: Parental controls—what they can and can’t do for you

Parental controls are a helpful tool in keeping your children safe online. But they should not be considered a set and forget kind of tool.

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Twitter fined $150M after using 2FA phone numbers for marketing

Twitter is paying the price for using users’ security information for targeted advertising,

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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?

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Why data protection and privacy are not the same, and why that matters: Lock and Code S03E09

This week on Lock and Code, we speak with Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna about the differences between data protection and privacy.

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A week in security (March 7 – March 13)

The most important and interesting security stories from the last seven days.

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HBO sued for sharing subscriber data with Facebook

Some HBO Max subscribers have filed a class action suit against HBO for allegedly sharing their data with Facebook, without their consent.

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Twitter makes the leap to Tor

Twitter is the latest major platform to make an onion version of its service.

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