Microsoft has revealed that it is developing Customer Lockbox for Teams, which ensures that the company cannot access your information during service operations without your explicit approval.
38 million records from multiple companies including Ford, J.B. Hunt, and American Airlines were left exposed to the public internet due to a default configuration in Microsoft Power Apps portals.
China has passed a new privacy bill into law. Similarly to the EU's GDPR, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) will see companies adhere to stricter privacy requirements when handling data.
LG has successful sent and received wireless 6G THz data over a 100-metre distance in an outdoor setting. The 6G spec will be standardised in 2025 and LG hopes its innovations will be included.
Some U.S. Senators have penned a letter to Amazon's CEO, asking for more details about the company's Amazon One program and how it plans to ensure the privacy and security of biometric user data.
In a bid to make the internet a safer space for teenagers, Google is making changes to many of its major products. SafeSearch will be enabled by default for teens and YouTube uploads will be private.
In a blog post, Facebook has highlighted its efforts in preventing data misuse and unauthorized scraping. It aims to block illegal scraping at scale without compromising on the platform's features.
Google has announced a bunch of ways that it will be enhancing the privacy of customer data with the introduction of new tooling and technology over the course of this year on both web and mobile.
Sky Mobile has revealed that its customers have each saved up 43 GBs of data on average due to them staying at home over the past year and opting to get online with their broadband connection instead.
Microsoft has disclosed details of three cases where it fought secrecy orders issued by the U.S. government accessing customer data. The orders came from federal courts in Maryland and New York.
Three is offering disadvantaged school children free unlimited data upgrades to help them engage in remote learning. The data is being provided in partnership with the UK Department for Education.
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Microsoft has encouraged organizations to rebuild trust with customers by ensuring data privacy themselves rather than solely relying on state legislature in the path to economic recovery.
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Google has urged Android developers to make their applications more immersive ready for a 5G world. Some of the suggestions seem quite data-heavy and could burn through data quickly.
A team of engineers at the University College London have developed new technologies based on the existing fiber optics network of cables to achieve a record breaking speed of 178Tbps.
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Xiaomi has rolled out an update for its pre-loaded Mi Browser along with the Mi Browser Pro Mint Browser on Google Play offering an option to turn off aggregated data collection in incognito mode.
Amazon AppFlow automates data flow between AWS Services and Software as a Service applications (SaaS) while providing security enhancements and allowing 100 GB to be sent in a single flow.
Using aggregated, anonymized data, Google has released the COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports detailing how the movement of people has changed in 131 countries after the pandemic.
500,000 Vodafone Pay Monthly customers in the UK are now eligible for free unlimited data to help soften the blow of coronavirus-related economic inactivity. It'll expand the offer if it can.
A security researcher has uncovered a public database containing a plethora of information about users that connected to public Wi-Fi at UK train stations. Access has since been restricted.
Mozilla has announced Firefox users will benefit from the CCPA protections, no matter where they are in the world. The firm also said users can delete telemetry data in an update due January 7.
Microsoft's Artist in Resident program has unveiled its latest project - a two-story structure that uses AI to translate data obtained from people and expresses it in the form of light and color.
With Environmental Insights Explorer, Google will be analyzing global mapping data to estimate building and transportation carbon emissions and renewable energy potential to help fight climate change.
With the release of the paper, Facebook hopes to invite discussion and deliberation amongst privacy experts and think tanks about the regulations governing the privacy and portability of data today.
Azure's latest storage redundancy type, Geo Zone Redundant Storage, is now available in preview. Currently only in some U.S. and European regions, availability for GZRS will be expanded soon.
Microsoft has announced new pricing for its Azure Archive Storage service, dropping costs by up to 50% in some regions. With this, it is hoping to provide the most cost-effective storage offerings.
The Italian government charged Facebook with a hefty penalty of €1m today for breach of user data by political analytics company Cambridge Analytica. The million euro fine is non-negotiable.
Millions of Instagram accounts held by popular influencers, brands and celebrities had their private data such as contact information exposed. The leak has been traced back to Chtrbox in Mumbai.
Twitter has admitted that it accidentally shared the location data of a subset of iOS users with a "trusted partner". However, the bug has now been resolved and the data has apparently been deleted.
A disturbing report has revealed that Facebook paid people up to $20 per month to gain "nearly limitless" access to their data. Users enrolled in the program included minors, as young as 13 years old.
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China is looking ahead to 2030 where it envisions 6G network connectivity delivering speeds of up to 1Tbps. The country has already launched a concept study and wants to start R&D in 2020.
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The world's first commercial 5G network developed by Verizon has begun rolling out in some areas of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. It's part of the Verizon-led open 5G TF network.
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the web, is working on a new project that will change how we interact with people, apps, and services on the web, by allowing us more control over our data.
A hacker selling 141.5GB of customer data from Huazhu Hotels Group on the dark web was arrested by Chinese police. He also attempted to blackmail the hotel chain to pay for its own data.