Posted December 12, 2012 The second of two FTC reports on kids’ mobile apps shows that the industry hasn’t improved with regards to privacy, with many apps sharing personal information with third parties, all without notifying parents or asking for their permission. Read the story now.
Posted October 19, 2012 They’re assuredly hitting the roof at financial printer R.R. Donnelly, where whoever hit the “send” button on Google’s quarterly results must have missed the “Pending Larry Quote” note clearly marked on the first page. Talk about a costly accidental data leak… For more, here’s the story.
Posted August 24, 2012 Is the job listing for a Data Privacy Engineer proof that Google’s mending its privacy ways, or is the gesture as empty as the HTML form it used to slip past Safari’s no-tracking controls? For all the gory details, read the full story on Naked Security.
Posted July 30, 2012 Google has admitted that it still has some Street View data that the UK Information Commissioner’s Office told it to get rid of in 2010. Read all about it.
Posted May 3, 2012 Lookout Mobile Security is seeing the first Trojan that’s coming over as a drive-by download, which hopefully won’t spread far, given the compromised sites’ relatively low traffic. Read the story.
Posted March 16, 2012 You think malvertising’s bad on Google now? It used to be a whole lot worse. It’s all good, but it’s also happy smiley PR, given how much shenanigans Google itself gets into over ads. Here’s the story.