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Police are investigating
The ruling might lead to a sharp decrease in warrantless searches
Google is 'happy to cooperate' with investigators
The company is making it clear it doesn't need your data to make money
Something it's legally allowed to do
Internal emails reveal plans to market app blacklists as privacy protections
Will the government disclose its facial recognition secrets?
Firefox has blocked more than 450 billion third-party tracking requests
The same technique can be used to trick users into revealing their password
Boy, that didn't take long
The government says it is still committed to protecting children
Apple believes the issue is overstated
"It's not magical. It's not impossible. I could do this in my basement."
Parallel universe for the super security conscious
Violating user trust
Verified and proven
It's unclear how Facebook will respond
He used his position within Yahoo to help hack the accounts
TikTok's owners claim their policies have changed since the guidelines were enforced
'Pink-eyed Terminators' could come to get us if we don't regulate Big Tech
iOS 13 exposes them by making apps ask for permission
In some cases, data was transferred unencrypted
Would you invite Facebook into your living room?