Are Apple’s new privacy settings really pro privacy?

  Privacy has lost many integers since the internet exists. In just…

The fine line between security and control

Surveillance systems with biometric data have been extended in recent decades with…

Delete your trail on the Internet

It is likely that if you type your name in Google you…

Google takes voice recognition to public places

Google is investing a lot in conversation design. Last year, the company…

Why Big Tech wants your data?

In his book 1984, George Orwell describes a world where surveillance is…

Mobile devices keep your private data, even after deleting it

Deleting files and history is not enough to maintain privacy. At least…

The dangers of technology according to its greatest experts

“Artificial intelligence ensures the end of the human race” – Stephen Hawking…

Which technology companies are facilitating government surveillance?

Spying on citizens with artificial intelligence is not something that is done…

Digital Life: Nothing to hide, nothing to fear? It is not so simple

By openly exposing yourself you are also exposing others around you. You…

5G makes users victims of hackers, spies, corporate and government control

Technology companies announce the advent of the “next big thing” that will…

Is social network privacy an oxymoron?

By definition, a social network is an internet environment that allows you…

Spooky: Trading privacy for convenience

Google knows everything a user buys online, the places he visits, the…

There is no anonymity​ or privacy on the web

The Internet is full of personal information that many times we happily…

Google spying is multilingual

Last week, we learned how Google helped Hillary Clinton sway anywhere between…