It is becoming a trend to discover what apps, including the most popular ones, are doing with people’s information.
Data is ridiculously important, and sometimes a company’s vision for access is quite different than another’s. And it can be especially different for an individual user.
Apple introduced more detailed security features in iOS (and macOS) devices to try and deter device theft and illegitimate access to iCloud accounts.
Law Firm in Canada Applies for Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple Over Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug
Apple had a rough end to 2018 thanks to the “bendgate” issue and the new iPad Pro. Unfortunately, 2019 didn’t start off all that well, either.
New York State AG Says Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug is ‘Serious Threat’ as it Launches Investigation
Group FaceTime was one of the more exciting new features that Apple launched last year, but now it has turned into a big headache.
Google’s ‘Screenwise Meter’ Collects User Data in a Similar Way to Facebook’s Research VPN iOS App [Updated]
A lot of companies out there collect data. That’s an understood reality. However, doing so in a shady way isn’t a good look for any of them.
Apple almost made it out of January without a major issue dominating the news cycle, but the company wasn’t that lucky.
FaceTime is a solid feature for Apple products, but it appears a bug is causing a major issue.
One of the pieces of the giant data puzzle that carriers are able to routinely obtain from a smartphone on its network is geo-location, but unfortunately for customers that data hasn’t been handled all that well.