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Supreme Court rules police need a warrant to access a suspects’ cellphone location data

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 today that police cannot freely access people’s cellphone location data, regardless if they are suspected for a crime. Police have always needed court-approved warrants before searching people’s phones (due to the search and seizure protections under the Fourth Amendment), but they routinely breeched that protocol by accessing data from wireless...CONTINUE READING
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Google makes it easier to control your account settings with a new search feature

It seems that now more than ever, tech companies are paying close attention to user privacy and making it easier to adjust your settings. Now, Google is revamping the Google Account hub to make security and privacy settings easier to navigate. The biggest change: You’ll now be able to use a search bar to hunt...CONTINUE READING
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Gmail for iOS will now use AI to filter push notifications

Google wants to use AI to help determine which emails you receive as notifications. The Gmail app on iOS (it’s not yet available on the Android version) now offers users an option to only get notifications for “high priority emails.” The feature uses artificial intelligence to determine which messages recipients would deem important and lets...CONTINUE READING
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Apple’s officially making it harder for cops to bust into your iPhone

Score one for privacy.  Apple intends to update its iOS with a new feature that will make it significantly more difficult for law enforcement agencies to access data on locked iPhones. While we learned last month that something similar was in the works, we now know for sure that the Cupertino-based tech giant intends to...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook holds eye-tracking technology patents, but denies using them…for now

Facebook holds at least two patents to track user eye movements, but denies that it’s currently developing the technology. “Like many companies, we apply for a wide variety of patents to protect our intellectual property. Right now we’re not building technology to identify people with eye-tracking cameras,” Facebook wrote in a 229-page response to a...CONTINUE READING
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Another day, another Facebook privacy scandal

This is just getting ridiculous.  A day after Facebook admitted to changing 14 million users’ post settings to “public,” three days after it was revealed that the company had given an accused national security threat access to data on some users’ friends, and less than a week after the news dropped that the social media...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook mistakenly switched 14 million people’s post settings to public because… oops!

Welp, Facebook screwed us again. The advertising giant wants you to believe that you’re in control of what data you share, and who you share it with. We know that’s mostly an illusion built upon conflating the photos you upload with the information the company collects on you. And now, for approximately 14 million people,...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook’s new data shocker involves accused national security threat Huawei

Cambridge Analytica wasn’t the only company creeping on Facebook users and their friends.  The Menlo Park-based social media giant reportedly provided a host of phone manufacturers with access to the data of some Facebook users’ and their friends. And it gets worse. As the New York Times reports today, one of those companies includes Huawei...CONTINUE READING
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Facebook reminds us: Never tweet. Just don’t.

Facebook has been messing up a lot lately, but the advertising giant’s most recent misstep still managed to surprise in that it took place in a rather unexpected venue: Twitter. Following news that Facebook allowed phone manufacturers to access the data of some users’ Facebook friends without explicit consent, whoever runs the company’s Twitter account...CONTINUE READING
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