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Google Chrome Sign-in Change is Surprising. Is It a Deal-Breaker?

The privacy questions raised by Google's recent changes in how Chrome handles user login, but that doesn't necessarily mean the changes are nefarious.

Google, Privacy

Firefox Will Soon Block Trackers by Default

Mozilla is moving to block all web trackers by default in an upcoming release of Firefox.

Privacy

Data Breach Reports Spike After GDPR

GDPR mandates organizations self-report data breaches, and in the two months since the new privacy regulation went into effect, the number of reports have surged.

Data Breaches, Privacy, Gdpr

Regulation of Facial Recognition Not Likely Soon

Major tech companies and some lawmakers are pushing for rules on using facial recognition systems, but federal regulation isn't on the horizon.

Facial Recognition, Privacy

Wyden, Rubio Ask Google and Amazon to Restore Domain Fronting

Two powerful senators have asked executives at Google and Amazon to rethink their decisions to end the use of domain fronting on their cloud networks to help protect at-risk users.

Google, Privacy