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Apple's new iPhone-based payment system may offer advantages, as will any similar product from competitors. But adding in a smartphone doesn't add privacy, it removes it.
Need an anti-spying solution designed to lock down your messages and protect your privacy? One smartphone case maker promises as much, but only proves a fraction of its claims.
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.
After being accused of invading the privacy of iPhone users, Google claims that it cannot be held accountable under U.K. law.
People care about privacy. So should you. The new PhoneClean turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into a risk-free handheld device...
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.
Apple's tightened iPhone and iPad security meant advertisers had to seek alternative ways of targeting users with in-app ads. In a cat-and-mouse game, advertisers are succeeding.
News to know -- December 20-25: A look back at the news from London, the UK and wider Europe, on all the bits that were missed during the week's coverage.
Facebook launches its stand-alone version of Facebook Messenger for iPhone and Android, but not without hiccups and privacy concerns related to it's ability to share and edit your contacts on your phone.
MiKandi's new Sex Chat Live application allows you to have intimate video calls with adult sex workers in the privacy of your own home and on the Android device of your choice. iPhone users need not apply.
Addictive Tips posted the details of an alleged conversation it had with a member of the "iPhone Development Department" who claims that not only are iPhone 4 calls made via FaceTime unencrypted, but that iOS 4 sends details of every FaceTime call back to Apple's mothership in Cupertino.According to its source, "FaceTime is going be the biggest privacy break ever.
A trivial security flaw within a popular photo sharing iPhone app known as Quip, has exposed thousands of shared photos, with repositories of them -- including the naked ones -- already circulating across the Web.
Notable headlines:Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: A Modest Privacy ProposalRichard Koman: Congress looks at next-gen ad networksTechmeme: iPhone reviewsMatthew Miller: MSM Apple iPhone reviews are up and may just have saved me some cashNate McFeters: Dan Kaminsky breaks DNS, massive multi-vendor patch coming, details at Black Hat Vegas '08Kaminsky and Ptacek comment on DNS flawDancho Danchev: Storm Worm says the U.
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