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Before you sync your iCloud or reinstall your apps, you need to lock down your new iPhone or iPad. Here are the important tweaks you need to protect your privacy.
Before you sync your iCloud or reinstall your apps, you need to lock down your iPhone or iPad. Here are seven important tweaks (and more) you can set to bolster your privacy.
Hold onto your tin hats as we're sure to experience even more cyber-threats for the rest of the year
Apple released iOS 6.1 today with enhanced LTE support, but privacy advocates will appreciate its new "Reset Advertising Identifier" button, which gives iPhone and iPad users a new option.
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Apple has given a sneak peek of the next version of its desktop operating system, which incorporates features from the mobile iOS platform, paving the way for further integration of services
Companies that collect geolocation data, such as Apple and Google, must get informed consent from mobile-device users before tracking their movements, European privacy authorities have said
Police have spoken out strongly against so-called "ethical hacking" in the wake of the demonstration of a Facebook privacy hack at the BSides Australia conference being held in conjunction with the AusCERT 2011 information security conference. The incident has already seen a journalist arrested and his iPad seized.
At the Where 2.0 Conference, the discovery of the day was that your iPhone and iPad are tracking your every move.
The company has been sued in a US court over iOS-based mobile apps on iPhone and iPad that reveal personal data to advertising networks without permission
Apple is being sued by a US resident for allowing iOS-based mobile apps that run on its iPhone and iPad devices to transmit users' personal information to advertising networks without their permission, according to news reports.
A French group of security researchers has obtained the email addresses of 114,000 iPad users, who signed up for AT&T's 3G wireless service, relying on a flaw in AT&T's site which allowed them to automate the process. What are the security and privacy ramifications of this leak, if any?
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