Launched today in the European Union and due globally by year-end, Apple’s new Data and Privacy portal lets you download an archive of your Apple ID data, update information Apple has on you, temporarily deactivate or permanently delete your Apple ID account, and more.
Facebook has suspended approximately 200 apps that are currently pending a more thorough investigation into whether they misused any data. Some of the removed apps apparently had access to “large quantities of user data.”
Newly discovered flaws in the HTML rendering engine in Apple Mail for iOS and macOS and the Mozilla Thunderbird email client allow unscrupulous individuals to extract decrypted plain text from S/MIME and PGP encrypted emails
Due to its commitment to privacy, Apple doesn’t know nearly as much about you—at least not in a personally identifiable form—like Google or Facebook. Here’s how to request a downloadable copy of all the identifiable pieces of information Apple stores about you.
If you saw a message in your News Feed asking if you’d like Facebook to be able to recognize you in newly uploaded photos or videos, you have been opted in without realizing it. Here’s how Facebook uses your facial data to enhance its features, how to turn this face recognition system off and which features will stop working as a result.