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1 Mastercard launches ‘smile to pay’ system amid privacy concerns The Guardian 4 days ago
2 I built a life on oversharing – until I saw its costs, and learned the quiet thrill of privacy The Guardian 19 days ago
3 Wendy Williams “Not In Agreement” With Court Appointed Financial Guardian; Wells Fargo Behind Leaks, Lawyer Says Deadline 7 hours ago
4 Data the dog: Twitter turns its privacy policy into an old-school video game The Guardian 7 days ago
5 Planned EU rules to protect children online are attack on privacy, warn critics The Guardian 9 days ago
6 Policymakers need data about us despite privacy fears The Guardian 20 days ago
7 iolo Privacy Guardian Review PCMag 10 months ago
8 US immigration agency operates vast surveillance dragnet, study finds The Guardian 11 days ago
9 What is Roe v Wade and how does it affect abortion rights in the US? The Guardian US 18 days ago
10 Zoom agrees to ‘historic’ $85m payout for graphic Zoombombing claims The Guardian 28 days ago
11 Twenty-five ethnic Pamiris killed by security forces in Tajikistan protests The Guardian 2 days ago
12 Clearview AI agrees to restrict use of face database The Guardian US 12 days ago
13 I Want What They Have: Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Vogue 29 days ago
14 Prince Harry speaks out at ‘critical moment’ for children’s online safety The Guardian 4 days ago
15 US homeland security pauses new disinformation board amid criticism The Guardian US 2 days ago
16 Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover: what will change, is free speech at risk and should you delete the app? The Guardian 25 days ago
17 Infinix Launches All-New Show Stopping NOTE 12 Series With Ultra-Fast Charging PR Newswire 5 days ago
18 Swiss consider amending banking secrecy laws amid UN pressure The Guardian 19 days ago
19 'Bossware is coming for almost every worker': the software you might not realize is watching you The Guardian 24 days ago
20 Tory party under increasing pressure to suspend MP arrested over rape claims The Guardian 3 days ago
21 Secrecy, sex and sun: captain reveals life aboard superyachts The Guardian 29 days ago
22 Abortion surveillance: in a post-Roe world, could an internet search lead to an arrest? The Guardian 15 days ago
23 Honey, let’s track the kids: the rise of parental surveillance The Guardian 20 days ago
24 Ex-Facebook moderator in Kenya sues over working conditions The Guardian 11 days ago
25 EU claims Apple breaking competition law over contactless payments The Guardian 19 days ago
26 ‘It is painful to have your child rejected’: the parents group fighting new anti-trans laws The Guardian US 26 days ago
27 Hairy Bikers chef Dave Myers reveals he has cancer The Guardian 15 days ago
28 David Sherborne: the ‘Wagatha Christie’ star lawyer with a celebrity following The Guardian 7 days ago
29 Graham Thorpe ‘seriously ill’ and receiving treatment in hospital The Guardian 11 days ago
30 S.T.O.P. x RadTech: Protect Trans Kids From Digital Surveillance EFF 17 hours ago
31 GUARDIAN RFID Officer 29 days ago
32 ‘Our notion of privacy will be useless’: what happens if technology learns to read our minds? The Guardian 7 months ago
33 Privacy laws could be rolled back, UK government sources suggest The Guardian 3 months ago
34 Norton AntiTrack Review PCMag 5 months ago
35 There’s more privacy out of the city. For a stickybeak like me, that’s a disaster The Guardian 1 month ago
36 TechScape: Google is changing how it tracks us online – but who benefits? The Guardian 4 months ago
37 Google accused of ‘deceptive’ location tracking in fresh round of lawsuits The Guardian 4 months ago
38 This thought experiment captures Facebook’s betrayal of users’ privacy The Guardian 7 months ago
39 Apple’s privacy focus means fewer app features, slower development, say company’s own engineers 9to5Mac 1 month ago
40 Twitter launches privacy-protected site on dark web to bypass Russia’s block The Guardian 2 months ago
41 ‘Privacy is at stake’: what would you do if you controlled your own data? The Guardian 8 months ago
42 UK children’s digital privacy code comes into effect The Guardian 9 months ago
43 The data game: what Amazon knows about you and how to stop it The Guardian 3 months ago
44 Privacy fears as Moscow metro rolls out facial recognition pay system The Guardian 7 months ago
45 What your smart TV knows about you – and how to stop it harvesting data The Guardian 4 months ago
46 France fines Google and Facebook €210m over user tracking The Guardian 5 months ago
47 Meghan to receive just £1 from Mail on Sunday for privacy invasion The Guardian 5 months ago
48 Amazon asks Ring owners to respect privacy after court rules usage broke law The Guardian 7 months ago
49 NHS Scotland Covid app rebuked for breaching data privacy laws The Guardian 3 months ago
50 A data ‘black hole’: Europol ordered to delete vast store of personal data The Guardian 4 months ago
51 Google to limit amount of personal information shared on Android The Guardian 3 months ago
52 A US surveillance program tracks nearly 200,000 immigrants. What happens to their data? The Guardian US 2 months ago
53 ‘If you want to know about sex, it’s in the songs’: Joan Jett on punk, privacy and almost joining the army The Guardian 1 month ago
54 Apple’s plan to scan for child abuse images ‘tears at heart of privacy’ The Guardian 7 months ago
55 Where does your info go? US lawsuit gives peek into shadowy world of data brokers The Guardian 2 months ago
56 Owners of flats near Tate Modern take privacy case to supreme court The Guardian 6 months ago
57 Facebook should guard against revealing private addresses, board recommends The Guardian 3 months ago
58 ICO to step in after schools use facial recognition to speed up lunch queue The Guardian 7 months ago
59 How dismantling Roe v Wade could imperil other ‘core, basic human rights’ The Guardian US 5 months ago
60 How can US law enforcement agencies access your data? Let’s count the ways The Guardian 2 months ago
61 Guardian Patient Portal Access Impacts Adolescent Patient Privacy HealthITSecurity 8 months ago
62 Returning travellers made to hand over phones and passcodes to Australian Border Force The Guardian 4 months ago
63 Avast AntiTrack Review PCMag 9 months ago
64 Google, Facebook and other tech companies threaten to quit Hong Kong over privacy law The Guardian 11 months ago
65 John Oliver on online data brokers: ‘What they can buy is pretty troubling’ The Guardian 1 month ago
66 The National Data Guardian's written evidence to the Science and Technology Committee's inquiry: The right to privacy: digital data GOV.UK 2 months ago
67 New law banning cyberflashing to be included in online safety bill The Guardian 2 months ago
68 ‘So vague, it invites abuse’: Twitter reviews controversial new privacy policy The Guardian 5 months ago
69 Privacy activists are winning fights with tech giants. Why does victory feel hollow? The Guardian 1 year ago
70 Facial recognition firm Clearview AI to appeal order to stop collecting images of Australians The Guardian 7 months ago
71 IRS cancels plan to use facial recognition on millions of taxpayers The Guardian 3 months ago
72 Meta rivalry with Apple inflamed as Facebook parent company share price plummets The Guardian 4 months ago
73 EU commissioner calls for urgent action against Pegasus spyware The Guardian 8 months ago
74 Ireland watchdog fines WhatsApp record sum for flouting EU data rules The Guardian 9 months ago
75 If Apple is the only organisation capable of defending our privacy, it really is time to worry The Guardian 12 months ago
76 Will Apple’s image-scan plan protect children or just threaten privacy? The Guardian 9 months ago
77 End-to-end encryption protects children, says UK information watchdog The Guardian 4 months ago
78 Judgment time: admission and apology up the ante in Meghan privacy case The Guardian 6 months ago
79 WhatsApp to bring in encryption for backup chats after privacy fears The Guardian 7 months ago
80 US immigration agency explores data loophole to obtain information on deportation targets The Guardian US 1 month ago
81 Undisclosed private companies analysing facial data from NHS app The Guardian 8 months ago
82 US Capitol attack: is the government’s expanded online surveillance effective? The Guardian US 4 months ago
83 GCHQ’s mass data interception violated right to privacy, court rules The Guardian 12 months ago
84 Mental health helpline funded by royals shared users’ conversations The Guardian 3 months ago
85 Facebook appeal over Cambridge Analytica data rejected by Australian court as ‘divorced from reality’ The Guardian 3 months ago
86 Facebook’s very bad year. No, really, it might be the worst yet The Guardian 5 months ago
87 ‘I was just really scared’: Apple AirTags lead to stalking complaints The Guardian 4 months ago
88 Your attention didn’t collapse. It was stolen The Guardian 5 months ago
89 Apple to roll out child safety feature that scans messages for nudity to UK iPhones The Guardian 1 month ago
90 Tinder now offers criminal background checks, but there’s a big problem The Guardian 2 months ago
91 Let the light in: why the Guardian is publishing the Pandora papers The Guardian 8 months ago
92 TechScape: surveillance is now just a part of daily life for US citizens The Guardian 3 months ago
93 Scoop: The Guardian has more than 1 million recurring digital supporters Axios 5 months ago
94 Exclusive: LAPD partnered with tech firm that enables secretive online spying The Guardian US 6 months ago
95 ABC to require user accounts for iView streaming platform from March The Guardian 3 months ago
96 Forget state surveillance. Our tracking devices are now doing the same job The Guardian 3 months ago
97 How private is your Gmail, and should you switch? The Guardian 1 year ago
98 UK data watchdog seeks talks with Meta over child protection concerns The Guardian 4 months ago
99 Peter Gelb Offers New Stance on Privacy for Russian Artists at Met Opera OperaWire 2 months ago
100 NIM-SIM linkage and citizens' privacy | The Guardian Nigeria News Nigeria and World News — Opinion — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News 1 month ago