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In the last few months we have seen a series of ‘attacks’ between the CEOs of Facebook and Apple - Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook, respectively - regarding user privacy and data protection. At the heart of the controversy is the iOS 14.5 update that was released this Tuesday, the 27th, for iPhones and the way it requires digital platforms to ask users for permission to access their data.

Tim Cook advised Mark Zuckerberg to delete users data

In the last few months we have seen a series of ‘attacks’ between the CEOs of Facebook and Apple – Mark Zuckerberg and Tim Cook, respectively – regarding user privacy and data protection. At the heart of the controversy is the iOS 14.5 update that

Investigators found data vulnerability in Apple AirDrop

Although Apple belongs to the group of giant companies, something is missing when it comes to security. It is possible for hackers to be able to access AirDrop data and steal users’ phone numbers and email addresses. This issue has been known since 2019 and

TikTok is “data collection service disguised as a social network”

England’s former commissioner for child protection, Anne Longfield, is legally accusing TikTok of having “excessive” practices in collecting personal data from children. TikTok is “data collection service disguised as a social network” (Image: Neil Patel) “TikTok is a hugely popular social media platform that has

Edward Snowden: Bitcoin privacy sucks

Edward Snowden, the famous whistleblower who leaked highly confidential information from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013, criticized Bitcoin (BTC) for its inability to protect users financial privacy. At Orchid’s Priv8 Virtual Privacy Summit, Snowden, who is also a cryptocurrency enthusiast, said that Bitcoin

Telegram creator says : delete whatsapp as soon as possible

Pavel Durov, creator of Telegram, told his 335,000 followers on the app that they should “delete WhatsApp”. A newly discovered flaw in the app allows evildoers to use a modified video file (with MP4 extension) to capture messages and files on victims’ phones. “Unless you