Despite research published last year that demonstrated that Apple has the ability to decrypt users iMessages if it so chooses, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company does not hold the encryption key for those messages and couldn’t even produce the plaintext in response to a government order.
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Comcast refutes reports that it is telling customers who use Tor that their service will be suspended or terminated.
During a long-running secret dispute between Yahoo and government officials over the constitutionality of orders from the federal government to turn over data belonging to Yahoo users, the company was facing fines of $250,000 for refusing to comply with the order. The revelation is contained in a cache of 1,500 pages of documents declassified by the[…]
Dropbox revealed in its latest Transparency Report that 80 percent of the subpoenas it receives are accompanied by a request not to inform users their data is being requested.
A coalition of groups covering a wide swath of interests and political affiliations is banding together to call on Congress to address email privacy law.
A report from the UK’s ICO says that permissions given to mobile apps often far exceed what’s necessary, and that privacy policies are hardly apparent to users downloading apps.
Five million email addresses showed up on a Russian Bitcoin security forum last night. Most of the leaked addresses belong to Gmail users.
Verizon pays largest ever consumer privacy settlement to the FCC for depriving customers of information about Verizon’s marketing practices and their personal privacy right to opt-out.
Verizon announced Tuesday it will soon begin using QR codes to allow users to log in to sites and programs in its Universal Identity Services portfolio.
Researchers have discovered a weakness in Android that is likely present in other leading operating systems that can be abused and lead to information leakage.