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Is there a mobile privacy crisis? Symantec thinks so and has added features to Norton Mobile Security to save you from it.
From drug cartels to passwords, security expert Brian Krebs weighs in on how to keep your personal data and bank account safe.
Advice from teacher to student on technology, privacy, and why turning off that smartphone is a good idea.
Korean mobile messenger giant Daum Kakao's co-CEO, in a radical statement, said that user privacy comes before the law in what will likely spark a fierce debate over privacy online in Korea.
The new Apple software and new hardware for it have many features that could present problems for enterprises if IT doesn't prepare.
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Silent Circle has launched an encrypted IP voice calling service in 79 countries, with a particular focus on hooking enterprise customers.
Worried about being spied upon post-Snowden? A security-based smartphone that could help keep conversations private is now mainstream.
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Apple's next generation mobile OS doesn't broadcast your MAC address while searching for wi-fi access points. It's a small victory for privacy advocates and a loss for mobile marketers.
Private communications firm Silent Circle has secured $30 million in funding to cope with demand for the privacy-based Blackphone, as well as expand operations globally.
As a parent, should you spy on your child's Internet and mobile device use?
Hold onto your tin hats as we're sure to experience even more cyber-threats for the rest of the year
After a week of leaks of NSA citizen surveillance and Internet company denials, Violet Blue reports which mobile apps are best for privacy.
The Federal Trade Commission has issued a set of guidelines in the hope of improving user privacy.
Privacy watchdogs in both countries say the mobile messaging service app continues to breach privacy laws, even though it has implemented their recommendations.
Network security company Juniper Networks investigated 1.7 million mobile apps. It concluded that free apps cost us our privacy, expose us unnecessarily, and most app permissions are unjustified.
Massachusetts Rep. Ed Markey's proposed Mobile Device Privacy Act is aimed at protecting device users.
Mobile messaging tools such as WhatsApp Messenger are useful and provide an alternative to SMS, but weak security architecture and dependence on wireless connectivity lessen their attraction.
New standard allows more globally unique IP addresses which raises privacy concerns, but increased number of addresses could make scanning by cybercriminals more difficult.
Only 3 in 5 users in country concerned about mobile cybercrime, more care about losing contact information than invasion of privacy, Symantec survey finds.
We're perhaps a little too easy with sharing information these days.
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