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Google Urged to Stop Tracking Location Data Ahead of Roe Reversal

More than 40 Democratic members of Congress called on Google to stop collecting and retaining customer location data that prosecutors could use to...

‘Tough to Forge’ Digital Driver’s Licenses Are—Yep—Easy to Forge

In late 2019, the government of New South Wales in Australia rolled out digital driver’s licenses. The new licenses allowed people to use...

Proton Is Trying to Become Google—Without Your Data

Since its founding in 2014, ProtonMail has become synonymous with user-friendly encrypted email. Now the company is trying to be synonymous with a...

Open Source Intelligence May Be Changing Old-School War

Ford says that the high level of mobile connectivity among Ukrainians and a notable absence of combat footage from smartphones and headcams, especially...

How GDPR Is Failing

The French data regulator has, in some ways, sidestepped the international GDPR process by directly pursuing companies’ use of cookies. Despite common beliefs,...

The US Has a Plan to Document Human Rights Violations in Ukraine

The US government has said it will fund data-gathering on the conflict in Ukraine. In addition to laying the groundwork for war-crime prosecutions,...

Data Brokers Track Abortion Clinic Visits for Anyone to Buy

If the war in Ukraine and Russia's still-unfolding atrocities there didn't offer enough fodder for doomscrolling, this week supplied a new dose of...

VPN Providers Threaten to Quit India Over New Data Law

VPN companies are squaring up for a fight with the Indian government over new rules designed to change how they operate in the...

Tata Neu, India’s New Super App, Has a Privacy Problem

On April 7, Ranendra Ojha, a marketing professional in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata was looking forward to installing and using the...

The FBI Conducted 3.4 Million Warrantless Searches of Americans’ Data

Surprising news abounded this week as Ukrainian officials weigh next steps in their digital campaigns against Russia, given that their efforts so far...
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