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Severity of FaceTime Bug Depends on Threat Model

Apple is fixing the FaceTime bug, so it is clearly serious. But how bad it will impact users depend on their personal threat models.

Privacy, Vulnerability, Apple, Ios

France CNIL Fines Google, Forced Consent Violates GDPR

GDPR told companies that regulators would be reviewing their data collection and usage practices, and if they don't like what they find, the fines are coming. France is taking the first step against Google.

GDPR, Privacy

When Privacy Goes to Washington

A new bill by Sen. Marco Rubio and a push for regulation of data brokers by Apple's Tim Cook has put privacy up front during the government shutdown.

Privacy, Apple, Government

The True Test of GDPR is Still Coming

More than six months after the European data privacy regulation went into effect, we still don’t know how effective GDPR will be at protecting data privacy.

GDPR, Data Breaches, Privacy, Regulation

Developers Worry About Long-Term Effects of Anti-Encryption Law

Developers of secure messaging apps say there could be unforeseen long-range effects of anti-encryption laws in Australia and elsewhere.

Privacy, Encryption