Privacy News, Privacy Pictures
A bombshell report set to be released by the government shows that massive privacy violations at Google weren’t isolated mistakes as the company claimed.
(NationalConfidential.com) — Citigroup has announced that computer hackers have accessed the accounts of 200,000 of its customers. Citigroup says names, account numbers, and email addresses were exposed. The intrusion happened in early May, but is just now being revealed by the giant conglomerate.
Ohio State University is notifying about 760,000 people whose personal information was stored in the university’s computer server that a data breach could put them at risk for identity theft. The university, located in Columbus, began sending letters on Wednesday to current and former faculty and staff members, students and applicants, telling them that hackers [...]
The Federal Communications Commission has become the latest regulator to investigate Google Inc.’s collection of personal data including emails and passwords through its Street View mapping service. Google’s collection of data, done through equipment mounted on cars that take photos and gather other information for the company’s mapping service, has drawn widespread attention in the [...]
“Boy Genius Report has come across a rather worrying “feature” of the HTC Sense bookmarking widget on the Incredible, which takes sporadic screenshots of your browsing sessions. That wouldn’t be so bothersome in itself, but try to remove said pictures, and you find where the problem lies. Ending the browsing session, deleting your history, and [...]
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