Vermont is suing the tech company for collecting photos of Vermonters without their knowledge or consent.
France’s competition regulator is fining Apple for anti-competitive behavior in the region, including working with other wholesalers to not compete against one another.
Two years after the European Commission passed laws enabling the right-to-repair appliances, it’s now looking to move forward with right-to-repair laws for smartphones, Vice reports. A recent statement from the European Union details what the new legislation would hone in on, including new initiatives that would apply to smartphones: “The new Action Plan announces initiatives […]
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing to fine AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon millions for selling their customers’ real-time location data.
Internet service providers claim that the state is violating their free speech rights because a statute requires consumers’ consent to sell personal data.
The U.S. claims that China is able to spy on it due to intentionally created vulnerabilities incorporated in equipment provided by Huawei.
In order to help the economy, one industry expert says giving power back to consumers is better than breaking up tech companies.
The more technology is used, the more users’ data is at risk. One expert says better government action and legislation could fix this.
Microsoft revised its online service terms with European government leadership to offer better data protection for customers.
While a new facial recognition app helps law enforcement track down criminals, it increases the worry that people’s privacy is at risk.