Twitter, WhatsApp users in Cuba report disruptions amid free speech protests
Western technology services are great for amplifying dissent, until they stop working.
Baidu apps in Google Play Store left users vulnerable to tracking, Palo Alto finds
It's some of the most sensitive device data.
Apple says iOS anti-tracking feature is still on the way, also takes shot at Facebook
The App Tracking Transparency (ATT) technology will arrive in early 2021, an Apple executive said Thursday while charging that Facebook wants to "collect as much as possible" about users.
Zoom pushes new tools meant to counter 'Zoombombing'
The announcement comes after U.S. authorities ordered Zoom to increase their security mechanisms.
Flaw in Philippines’ contact-tracing app served up data on 30K health care providers, research finds
The flaw has been fixed, but it’s a reminder of how software tools used to combat the pandemic can open up new fronts in data insecurity
Breach at food delivery service Chowbus reportedly affects hundreds of thousands of customers
The incident is a blow for a budding company that had recently attracted funding from Silicon Valley and New York venture firms alike.