The burden on telcos to provide data to customers could be greatly increased if the activists who destroyed the US-EU data protection safe harbor succeed with their latest legal challenge.
Delegates of the Virtual ITW conference were warned their profile information, including their messages, could be accessed by other users if personalized hyperlinks had been forwarded to them.
From satellite tracking to CDR data to contact-tracing apps, many mechanisms are being used to monitor people’s movements. This raises concerns about the balance between health and privacy.
The deadline for submissions is 30th September.
AdaptiveMobile Security found a security weakness in a legacy app found on many SIM cards. The vulnerability is independent of the user’s handset and 1bn users are potentially at risk.
Chairman Joe Simons of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) defended a settlement that some commentators called ‘meager’.
Google has a cunning plan to ‘enhance’ your privacy by forcing you to accept cookies which rival browsers increasingly block.
Samuel George MP claimed that encryption filters which should protect voice calls and messages are not working.
Tim Berners-Lee intends to guide ‘the next stage of the web’ but his plan to encourage users to create networked personal data pods suffers from an excess of ambition.
Canadian business Phantom Secure was designed to service organized crime. It modified Blackberries to only send encrypted emails via servers in places like Hong Kong and Panama.