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Privacy Zoom security: I’ve researched problems with video conferencing for years – here’s what you...

The video conferencing app Zoom gained about 2 million new users in the first two months of 2020 – and …

Privacy ‘Zoombombers’ want to troll your online meetings. Here’s how to stop them

“Zoombombing” in case you haven’t heard, is the unsavoury practice of posting distressing comments, pictures or videos after gatecrashing virtual …

Privacy Coronavirus: making friends through online video games

We are all thinking about how we can socialise without going outside at the moment. While this situation is new …

Privacy Met Police to deploy Live Facial Recognition tech across London

The Metropolitan Police has announced that it will soon deploy Live Facial Recognition technology in specific locations across London to …

Privacy Alphabet CEO backs temporary ban on facial-recognition, Microsoft disagrees

The EU's proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Monday …

Privacy Privacy concerns pushing people to change online behaviour, poll shows

Privacy concerns are pushing people to change their behaviour online, according to an international poll published on Wednesday that found …

Privacy Google offers privacy conscious mode for Maps

Alphabet Inc's Google is rolling out new privacy features to its Maps, YouTube and Voice Assistant services. It has options …

Privacy Privacy problems: tech giants fail to provide on political ads pledges

Facebook, Twitter and Alphabet's Google have failed to provide adequate transparency for global users around political advertising on their services, …

Privacy IT in India: Tech firms warned to protect user privacy and prevent abuse

Technology firms must protect user privacy and prevent abuse of their platforms. This is according to India's IT minister, speaking …

Privacy Saving face: Zuckerberg dines with U.S. senators following privacy concerns

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg dined with a half-dozen U.S. senators in Washington on Wednesday. It is as the company …

Privacy Thousands of private webcams used worldwide lacking basic security protections

A white hat security researcher has discovered the presence of as many as 15,000 internet-connected private webcams sold by multiple …

Privacy Privacy and the police: British activist to appeal ‘sinister’ facial recognition

Privacy campaigners in Britain said on Wednesday they would appeal a landmark ruling that supported "sinister" police use of facial …