CCleaner ppwned your pprivacy, warn critics
Masses of apps fail to meet Facebook's 1 August re-submission deadline
Aaron Banks also gets a digital slap
Investigatory Powers Tribunal not impressed with poor government oversight
Seems like it could do with a holiday. Possibly with a different airline.
This changes everything (in terms of where your stuff is located)
You can read it like an.. well, you know
No, not more breach, just new data
Questions include 'a sphinter says what?"
Don't tell him, Pyke...
Data squeezed out. Polar Expressed
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen
And we should be surprised, how?
Sit on your huge pile of royalties and weep, James Blunt
Well, recording your screen anyway. Still, ewwwww
Doesn't deny it, just says it has a handle on it
Yet another privacy slip-up to add to Facebook's rap sheet
It's another blow for privacy hidden in plain sight
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the server
Hell no, hell no, hell no, what's all this then?
Unrest in the country has led to extreme measures for democratic news
Don't worry, it seems to be just for security. For now
The social network is getting good at data borkage
Either there are a lot of US users or ones that can't change time zones
US sanctions leave tech giant without a pot to piss in
Reminds us that we're supposed to be able to trust them
Remove the tech or face the courts, threaten privacy advocates
Definitely not a surveillance thing, honest
Could this be the precursor to pervert robots?
And you thought the death of net neutrality sucked?
New App Store rules are GDPR compliant, reminding us that they weren't before
Drivers could refuse to pick up people who've had a skinful
Internet-connected toys look increasingly like a cyber-savvy creep's dream
So much for a relaxed nation of beer and barbie, me tucker
Another data-sharing debacle...?
APIs also allowed device-makers to access friends' data without consent
Security firm claims 'behavioural profiling' can identify wearable wearers
Given most of its citizens' don't use it - probably not much
Prominent campaigner Max Schrems says policies don't go far enough
But don't worry - it's being Saved For Later
Probably hasn't got permission to email everyone and warn them
Facebook is still collaborating where it can
Diane Abbot denies involvement in counting
Google claims to have already settled. Claimants disagree.
'Discredited people become bankrupt' warns former research director
Get the blighters living in fear of the state nice and early, seemingly
How difficult is it to implement a bit of password protection...