Austria draft law would require real names for internet comments
You could use a public nickname, but anonymity would still disappear.
Mental health apps are sharing data without proper disclosure
FTC's Facebook investigation could focus on Zuckerberg
Regulars might seek greater oversight of his leadership.
Facebook stored millions of Instagram passwords in plain text
Just like the 600 million Facebook passwords the company mentioned last month.
Facebook 'unintentionally' saved contacts of 1.5 million new users
After it received their email password, it snagged the contacts without asking.
Canada is being sued over Sidewalk Labs' smart city project
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association fears Toronto will become “Google’s lab rat.”
Lyft tightens employee access to rider data, but it may not be enough
It implemented changes following claims some employees abused data access in 2018.
Amazon shareholders will vote to ban facial recognition tech
Amazon's board opposes it and wants government regulation instead.
Google faces surge in police requests for mobile location data
It raises questions about the necessity of the information.