Period-tracking apps, ranked by data privacy: Flow, Period Tracker, Stardust, Period Calendar

Period tracking apps ranked by data privacy Flow Clue Stardust Period

Period-tracking apps, ranked by data privacy: This not only shifts the burden of risk assessment to individual users, but also makes it difficult to evaluate the privacy and security of apps. To do so, we consulted prior evaluation frameworks Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (MIND) And Digital standard Approaching four main questions to guide our … Read more

DHS buys ‘shocking amount’ of phone-tracking data

DHS buys shocking amount of phone tracking data

DHS buys ‘shocking amount’ of phone-tracking data: Years, people Didn’t think so, but how much Department of Homeland Security accesses mobile location data To monitor US citizens. This week, the American Civil Liberties Union released Thousands of pages of documents have been heavily redacted DHS offers a “glimpse” of how agencies accessed a “shocking amount” … Read more

Congress may actually pass ADPPA, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act

Congress may actually pass ADPPA the American Data Privacy and

Congress may actually pass ADPPA, the American Data Privacy and Protection Act: In the new version of the ADPPA, Butler said, certain types of targeting will be common, particularly targeting based on first-party data. If you shopped for shoes on Target.com, Target may still use that information to show you ads for shoes when you’re … Read more

Privacy fears grow in India after police pulls payment data from Razorpay

Privacy fears grow in India after police pulls payment data

Privacy fears grow in India after police pulls payment data from Razorpay: Prashanto K. Roy, A New Delhi-based public policy consultant is concerned. In 2017 he began making regular donations to Indian fact-checking organization Alt News to support its work in combating online disinformation. But on July 5th, a non-profit Said Razorpay, an Indian payments … Read more

New ‘Retbleed’ attack can swipe key data from Intel and AMD CPUs

New Retbleed attack can swipe key data from Intel and

Retbleed can leak kernel memory from Intel CPUs at 219 bytes per second and with 98 percent accuracy. The exploit can extract kernel memory from AMD CPUs with a bandwidth of 3.9 kB per second. The researchers said they could detect and leak a Linux computer’s root password hash from physical memory in about 28 … Read more

Chinese police exposed data of 1 billion people in unprecedented leak

Chinese police exposed data of 1 billion people in unprecedented

Chinese police exposed data of 1 billion people in unprecedented leak: States are catching up With the far-reaching implications of the United States Supreme Court’s June decision to strike down the constitutional right to abortion, the risks of being prosecuted for seeking abortion ramp up across the country, WIRED examines the privacy risks posed by … Read more