The best privacy and security apps for Android

  1. The best privacy and security apps for Android  Computerworld
  2. Did you know that Google Search on Android is a podcast player?  Engadget
  3. 10 new and notable Android apps from the last week (4/17/18 – 4/23/18)  Android Police
  4. Google (Company) Quick Facts | Ubergizmo  Ubergizmo
  5. Google Photos is rolling out a friendlier and more powerful movie editor  Android Police
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How Europe's New Privacy Rules Favor Google and Facebook

  1. How Europe’s New Privacy Rules Favor Google and Facebook  Wall Street Journal
  2. Ad sales surge at Google parent Alphabet, but so do costs  Reuters
  3. Google made a lot more profit, and spent a LOT more money — here’s why  MarketWatch
  4. Alphabet (GOOGL) Shareholders Left Wanting After First-Quarter Earnings  Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
  5. Google’s Writing Checks and Trusts Investors Won’t Bounce  Bloomberg
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Oculus announces new privacy dashboard and policy ahead of new European regs

  1. Oculus announces new privacy dashboard and policy ahead of new European regs  VentureBeat
  2. Facebook wants to save your face. Should you say yes to facial recognition?  WTSP.com
  3. Oculus overhauls privacy policy and terms of service  Gamasutra
  4. FTC Privacy Audits of Companies Like Facebook and Google Are ‘Woefully Inadequate’  Gizmodo
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Oculus is adding a 'privacy center' to meet EU data collection rules

  1. Oculus is adding a ‘privacy center’ to meet EU data collection rules  The Verge
  2. Facebook Really Wants to Bring Back Its Face-Scanning Tech in Europe. Problem Is, It Might Be Illegal.  Fortune
  3. Facebook To Offer Users Opt-Outs That Comply With New European Privacy Rules  NPR
  4. Complying With New Privacy Laws and Offering New Privacy Protections to Everyone, No Matter Where You Live …  Facebook Newsroom
  5. Facebook says it will adopt Europe’s stringent privacy rules worldwide  ConsumerAffairs
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Facebook engages in 'privacy zuckering' to get user consent for facial recognition

  1. Facebook engages in ‘privacy zuckering’ to get user consent for facial recognition  VentureBeat
  2. Facebook announces new European privacy controls, for the world  The Verge
  3. Facebook Prepares for Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation With ‘New Privacy Experiences’  Mac Rumors
  4. 740 ILCS 14/ Biometric Information Privacy Act. – Illinois General Assembly  Illinois General Assembly
  5. Facebook must face class action over facial recognition: US judge  Reuters
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Facebook announces new European privacy controls, for the world

  1. Facebook announces new European privacy controls, for the world  The Verge
  2. Facebook brings back its controversial facial recognition feature to Europe after closing it in 2012  CNBC
  3. For the GDPR-curious: WTF is non-personal ad data?  Digiday
  4. 740 ILCS 14/ Biometric Information Privacy Act. – Illinois General Assembly  Illinois General Assembly
  5. Facebook Photo-Scanning Suit Is a Multibillion-Dollar Threat  Bloomberg
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Bill Gates: Facebook has had its 'mea culpa' moment — now it must 'help the world figure out' data privacy

  1. Bill Gates: Facebook has had its ‘mea culpa’ moment — now it must ‘help the world figure out’ data privacy  Business Insider
  2. Cambridge Analytica planned to launch its own cryptocurrency  The Verge
  3. Investor urges Facebook to set up risk oversight committee  Reuters
  4. Opinion: George Friedman: How Facebook and internet marketers really sway elections  MarketWatch
  5. Facebook Is Creepy. And Valuable.  New York Times
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Facebook Is Giving You New Privacy Options, But It's Clear What It Wants You to Choose

  1. Facebook Is Giving You New Privacy Options, But It’s Clear What It Wants You to Choose  Fortune
  2. Bill Gates: Facebook has had its ‘mea culpa’ moment — now it must ‘help the world figure out’ data privacy  Business Insider
  3. CA also used ‘sex compass’ and other quiz apps for sucking Facebook data, says former employee  TechCrunch
  4. Opinion: George Friedman: How Facebook and internet marketers really sway elections  MarketWatch
  5. Facebook enlists conservative help to resist privacy rules  Politico
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Why paying for Facebook won't fix your privacy

  1. Why paying for Facebook won’t fix your privacy  VentureBeat
  2. Is Facebook a Monopoly?  Motley Fool
  3. Cambridge Analytica planned to launch its own cryptocurrency  The Verge
  4. Written testimony to the Fake News Inquiry Brittany Kaiser I want to thank the British Parliament for this … – dpaq.de  dpaq.de
  5. Opinion: George Friedman: How Facebook and internet marketers really sway elections  MarketWatch
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U.S. top court rules that Microsoft email privacy dispute is moot

U.S. top court rules that Microsoft email privacy dispute is mootThe U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dropped Microsoft Corp’s privacy fight with the Justice Department over whether prosecutors can force technology companies to hand over data stored overseas after Congress passed legislation that resolved the dispute. The justices heard arguments in the high-profile case on Feb. 27, but President Donald Trump on March 22 signed legislation into law that makes clear that U.S. judges can issue warrants for such data while giving companies an avenue to object if the request conflicts with foreign law. Microsoft and the Justice Department had been locked in a dispute over how U.S. prosecutors seek access to data held on overseas computer servers owned by U.S. companies.


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US Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft email privacy case

  1. US Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft email privacy case  Windows Central
  2. A band of tech firms has pledged to protect you from cyber attacks  MIT Technology Review
  3. Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft, DoJ privacy case  Seeking Alpha
  4. Microsoft Creates Its Own Version of Linux For The First Time, Launches Azure Sphere OS  Fossbytes
  5. The Young and the Reckless  WIRED
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Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft, DoJ privacy case

  1. Supreme Court dismisses Microsoft, DoJ privacy case  Seeking Alpha
  2. A band of tech firms has pledged to protect you from cyber attacks  MIT Technology Review
  3. Microsoft, Nokia, Facebook, and other tech companies sign Cybersecurity Tech Accord  Neowin
  4. Microsoft Creates Its Own Version of Linux For The First Time, Launches Azure Sphere OS  Fossbytes
  5. ‘I felt so alone’: What women at Microsoft face, and why many leave  The Star Online
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