The file-sharing web and desktop clients could have shared a little too much
Also, Pope to be sponsored by Durex
Firm likes its protection with a dose of spying, or so it would seem
...and Seattle... and by its employees...
Great for people who like to get hot and steamy in front of their laptop
It's a data privacy Hancock-up
But who watches the people watching the watchers?
Collecting TV ratings has never been so ruddy creepy
Princeton researchers warn that more than 1,000 sites have accessed private data
PC giant follows in the footsteps of Purism and System76
High Court ruling allows affected staffers to claim compensation
Snooping apps monitor taps and user tracks
Not so smart, after all
It's a bug, not a feature.
Mass surveillance has mass opposition from privacy groups
Firm promises better encryption and improved authentication
Firm promises encryption and the ability to opt-out
Liberties and EDRi created a landslide support letter
Firm will also allow customers to opt-out at any time
DPA slams Redmond for failing to inform users about data slurping
And all to sell its Watch
Greedy governments want to get their mitts on more material
The infamous San Bernardino iPhone was cracked, but by whom?
File under 'Improvements'
Revenues to be raised through advising retailers not selling data, says firm
But US firm says no financial information has been accessed
Leak comes after employee told hackers to 'f*ck off'
Security agency was actively monitoring file-sharing networks more than 12 years ago
Governments, including those in the Five Eyes, will be getting a letter
At last, granular, by-the-app permissions
Fix was released two months before hackers struck company's systems
Local laws don't meet EU standards
Court rules in favour of the man in workplace-based internet use case
On the internet, the Chinese government knows you're a dog, and where you live
You give me so much at one time... my my...
Said it felt 'disingenuous' to offer it
It's the movement in the shadows that will find you out
Legislation will give citizens a 'right to be forgotten' by companies
Hacking tool targets PCs running Windows
So you're the type of person who buys TWO Double Deckers, eh?
'Trivial' bypass can reveal sensitive details about specific users
Firm criticised for threatening free speech and civil liberties