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Although privacy breaches are fairly common, it has come to light more recently thanks to high profile celebrity leaks. According to a recent Microsoft survey, four in ten Americans face online fraud.
Dropbox is admittedly, snooping through its users files in a bid to combat piracy, though it will not be deleting your files just yet. This is however being done in a non-invasive manner.
During an interview at the DLD Conference in Munich, Nest CEO Tony offered more details regarding how his company would address any privacy changes that may result following its purchase by Google.
Google Glass users can now take photos with a wink of an eye after the latest update. Google hopes the feature could even be used in day-to-day life through financial transactions and shopping.