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Why Facebook Shared Data with Device Makers

The latest brouhaha over Facebook's data-sharing practices highlights how critical APIs have become to modern development, and how important it is to restrict how much data can be accessed through these interfaces.

Privacy, Api, Facebook

Digital Security Exchange Forges Connections to Protect Those in Need

The Digital Security Exchange is helping to connect at-risk groups with security experts who can help protect them.

Privacy

In the Cellular ‘Cesspool,’ Spies and Crooks Have Their Way

The Internet is a hostile environment for many users, and cellular networks, unfortunately, are simply an extension of that.

Privacy

Facebook Moves to Restrict Access to User Data

Facebook is making privacy changes designed to restrict apps' access to user data.

Privacy, Facebook

Data Brokers, Social Media, User Privacy

Facebook is severing ties with data brokers, those companies that sit on piles of user data such as voter rolls, property records, purchase histories, and other databases. It's bad news for advertisers, but will it improve user privacy?

Privacy