Facebook co-founder calls for its dissolution

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes is calling for a breakup of the Facebook “monopoly.”

Investigation finds that Facebook is collecting and storing personal data

A Wall Street Journal investigation has found that Facebook is collecting extremely information without user consent.

Android apps with millions of downloads found to be violating user privacy

A BuzzFeed investigation found that six Chinese-owned apps have been committing ad fraud, among other offenses.

State-sponsored domain hacking continues

A recent security report highlights serious domain hacking by an unnamed government group.

It’s not just your home assistant that’s listening to you

A Bloomberg report reveals how home assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home use human listeners to train them.

New Apple update fixes 51 bugs

Apple’s latest update plugs 51 security holes. Here’s why you should make sure your OS is up to date.

DC district attorney says Facebook knew about Cambridge Analytica earlier than reported

The district attorney of Washington, DC, wants to release emails they say prove Facebook knew about the scandal three months before they claim they knew.

Tenta Browser Soars Past One Million Downloads on Google Play!

Tenta, the secure VPN browser, just hit its first mega milestone on Google Play topping over 1 million downloads.

Facebook Facing Potential Legal Problems For Data Sharing

A New York City grand jury has issued as subpoena looking into data sharing between the social network and two big tech companies.

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