Tagged #privacy

May 08 AT 12:31 PM Sean Riley 0 Comments

Android may soon offer more granular privacy controls

“Why does this app need access to that?” This question comes up pretty commonly when users are installing or updating an app and looking at iTwitter permissions list. While the answer to that question is invariably something completely innocuous, it can lead to unease for users with dozens of apps wanting access to their camera, microphone, ... Read More »


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Nov 26 AT 9:45 AM Sean Riley 4 Comments

PureVPN App Review

PureVPN has been an established player in the Virtual Private Network space since 2007 and presently serves more than one million customers. I wouldn’t normally lead off an app review with a description of the company, but when one of the primary functions of the app is to protect your privacy, the fact that they have ... Read More »

Oct 06 AT 4:36 PM Dustin Earley 0 Comments

AT&T customers affected by insider data breach

AT&T has issued an apology today after revealing that personal information of AT&T customers has been improperly accessed by an employee of the company.

According to AT&T, the data accessed includes Social Security number information among other data. In its apology for the breach, AT&T has said it is working to contact affected customers individually ... Read More »