Apple updates Privacy website w/ details on iOS 12 & macOS Mojave, expands data download tool to US & more

  1. Apple updates Privacy website w/ details on iOS 12 & macOS Mojave, expands data download tool to US & more  9to5Mac
  2. Apple overhauls its privacy pages, and now lets US customers download their own data  TechCrunch
  3. You Can Now Download All of Your Data Stored by Apple  Fortune
  4. Apple Customers Can Download a Copy of Their Data in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Starting Today  Mac Rumors
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Facebook waffles on Portal video chat device privacy, can be used for ad data

  1. Facebook waffles on Portal video chat device privacy, can be used for ad data  AppleInsider
  2. Yes, Facebook’s smart speakers will collect data about you that could be used for ads  BGR
  3. Facebook Portal privacy walkback: company admits will collect data for ad-serving  9to5Mac
  4. It turns out that Facebook could in fact use data collected from its Portal in-home video device to target you with ads  Recode
  5. Facebook ‘to launch camera-equipped TV streaming device’ amid privacy concerns  Telegraph.co.uk
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Google promises more user control after Chrome browser privacy backlash

  1. Google promises more user control after Chrome browser privacy backlash  USA TODAY
  2. Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login feature following complaints  The Verge
  3. Google Will Let You Opt Out of Chrome ‘Forced Login’  PCMag
  4. Craig on Twitter: “Handy #tip on how to “Disable Google Chrome Sign In and Sync” https://t.co/sKAsSw6Daf”  Twitter
  5. Google’s change to Chrome’s login has ignited debate about whether the move was sneaky  Business Insider
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Google will make changes to its Chrome browser in response to criticism from privacy advocates

  1. Google will make changes to its Chrome browser in response to criticism from privacy advocates  CNBC
  2. Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login feature following complaints  The Verge
  3. Chrome 70 Will Allow Users to Opt-Out of Controversial Automatic Sign-in Feature  Mac Rumors
  4. Craig on Twitter: “Handy #tip on how to “Disable Google Chrome Sign In and Sync” https://t.co/sKAsSw6Daf”  Twitter
  5. A controversy over Chrome’s new login requirements forces Google to make changes  Business Insider
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Google Chrome change sets off firestorm with 'serious implications for privacy and trust'

  1. Google Chrome change sets off firestorm with ‘serious implications for privacy and trust’  BGR
  2. Google criticized for Chrome change that logs users in without telling them  The Verge
  3. When users log into Gmail or YouTube, they’re now also logged into Chrome  Search Engine Land
  4. Chromium Blog: Rolling out a sandbox for Adobe Flash Player  Chromium Blog
  5. Google secretly logs users into Chrome whenever they log into a Google site  ZDNet
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Zero-day vulnerability in macOS Mojave bypasses system-level privacy permissions

  1. Zero-day vulnerability in macOS Mojave bypasses system-level privacy permissions  AppleInsider
  2. Critical MacOS Mojave vulnerability bypasses system security  Digital Trends
  3. macOS Mojave released: Dark Mode, Stacks, more  SlashGear
  4. macOS Mojave on the Mac App Store – iTunes – Apple  iTunes – Apple
  5. MacOS Mojave is here: 8 ways it can update your Mac  USA TODAY
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Amazon's blockbuster Alexa event made zero mention of privacy concerns — and that may say more about us than …

  1. Amazon’s blockbuster Alexa event made zero mention of privacy concerns — and that may say more about us than …  Recode
  2. New Amazon Echo Alexa Devices Make Smart Houses Smart Homes  Geek
  3. Alexa is Now Even Smarter—New Features Help Make Everyday Life More Convenient, Safe, and Entertaining  Odessa American
  4. Opinion: Smart speakers are still pretty dumb — here’s what needs to happen  MarketWatch
  5. Amazon Wants to Be In Every Room of Your House  Slate Magazine
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Heads up, app developers: Apple is getting even more serious about privacy

  1. Heads up, app developers: Apple is getting even more serious about privacy  BGR
  2. All New and Updated App Store Apps Required to Have a Privacy Policy Starting October  Mac Rumors
  3. Apple requires privacy policy metadata for all App Store submissions from October 3  AppleInsider
  4. Apple will require all apps to have a privacy policy as of October 3  TechCrunch
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