Microsoft has announced a new policy regarding adware to protect users from man-in-the-middle attacks, and developers will need to ensure that their software is compliant before March 31, 2016.
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If you've previously shopped at RadioShack and have forked over personal information, your data could soon be on the auction block and available to the highest bidder.
Facebook is trying to defend the changed policies of Moves, saying there is a difference between "sharing" and "commingling" user data. Though their defending statements may be too late to make.
Family of a UK woman who passed away recently can no longer use her iPad as Apple has denied them access to her Apple ID citing company policy, even after sending a copy of her death certificate.
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Apple has agreed to update its policy for iOS apps, with the company now saying it will require app developers to get approval from users before those apps can access any address books.