Privacy

Survey shows a lot of users trust Amazon and Google more than Apple with their personal data

One of the key, tentpole features for Apple across its services, operating systems, and products is user privacy. They shout about it from the rooftops when given the opportunity. And it's been like that for years. It's a lot of the reason so many people have adopted Apple's ecosystem into their lives. And yet, a new survey shows a lot of people out there still trust other companies more in this regard.

Tile360 is selling off precise location data from its millions of users

In today's world, it's not a big surprise when we hear that some companies are selling off data related to their users. It happens all the time, and many companies have made a killing from it. It's big business. Unfortunately, some companies you just hope it doesn't turn out to be that way. Like one that's designed around a "family safety platform."