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In a move that could have far-reaching implications for global data security and privacy, proposed amendments to the UK’s Investigatory Powers Act (IPA) have sparked significant controversy.

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Is a spy app collecting data from your phone?

Recent testimony to a Canadian federal government committee revealed that the RCMP has been using “on-device investigation tools” (ODITs), or spy apps, with judicial...

T-Mobile Accused Of Selling Customers’ App Usage Data

According to AdExchanger, T-Mobile has started selling its customers’ app usage data to third-party advertisers.

Canadian government launches new mental health support companion app

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Apple’s top 5 announcements at WWDC 2021

The five best features among a sea of announcements made at Apple's WWDC 2021 keynote.

Goodbye memories: Photos permanently deleted after Adobe Lightroom iOS and iPadOS update deletes users’ data

Some customers who installed the recent 5.4.0 version of Adobe Lightroom on iPhone and/or iPad have had their photos and presets permanently deleted, and the loss is unrecoverable for those without a backup. 

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