American women are deleting period trackers after the end of Roe v. Wade, but evading digital surveillance will be almost impossible without changes to privacy regulations.
There’s little transparency surrounding how insurance firms collect, analyse and use our personal data when they establish insurance costs.
An integrative cybersecurity and data protection program will help firms adjust their management protocols and be better prepared for future cybersecurity trends.
Even a burner phone paid for with cash can reveal your identity and where you’ve been. A data privacy expert explains.
Data privacy is an abstract issue for most people, even though virtually everyone is at risk. Now that abortion may become illegal in some states, digital surveillance could take an even darker turn.
The social media strategies of many parties and candidates aim to bypass mainstream media to speak directly to voters, but they are often not as sophisticated as is assumed.
Consumers should have more control over how online marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon collect and use their data, according to a new ACCC report.
Cloud services are convenient, but if an organization isn’t careful about how it uses them, the services can also give data thieves an opening.
Mental health charities that provide support via text message have come under fire for sharing users anonymised data.
Internet-connected appliances tempt people with science fictionlike conveniences, but beneath the sparkling surface lurk potential privacy violations.
The ABC’s decision to force viewers to create accounts to watch shows online raises concerns over privacy.
Australia’s electronic surveillance laws are up for reform – but Border Force’s powers to search phones without a warrant have been left out of the review.
Creating and managing strong passwords is easier said than done. But it’s worth doing to protect your security online.
Pressure is mounting on Congress to take action on Facebook. Our panel of experts offers their top priorities: user control of data, banking-like oversight and resources to close the digital divide.
The commitment applies to the social network, but not necessarily to the metaverse.
In order to effectively regulate data-intensive, privately held global infrastructure like Facebook, human rights needs to be a primary focal point.
Several schools in Scotland have paused the rollout of facial recognition technology in school canteens following inquiries from the UK Information Commissioner’s Office.
A proposed online privacy code would give consumers more control over how tech companies collect and use their data
Privacy, security, access and design will need to be monitored as the UK moves to ‘appify’ public services.
If you don’t understand how your data is being used, and how to manage this, you’re not alone.