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Microsoft has highlighted three cases where it fought for the right for users to be informed when the U.S. government makes a request for their data.
Google is next year launching new guidelines for web extensions, including clearer settings on what sites extensions can access
While a Microsoft survey found consumers want better digital privacy laws, many want tech companies to get their own houses in order.
Preview links generated in most popular mobile messaging applications like LinkedIn and Messenger could be leaking information to servers.
Microsoft says the Surface Duo will gather required and optional data from users to enhance the performance of software.
Available in preview for enterprise customers, a new option for Windows 10 diagnostics lets users choose what data they share.
Microsoft has announced a differential privacy platform created with Harvard University’s OpenDP, which is available on GitHub.
Microsoft says users can turn off the diagnostic collection in settings, and that unlike some other browsers, it lets them delete their data from its servers whenever they wish.
A research paper suggests the data Microsoft Edge sends to its back-end servers has a persistent hardware-based identifier which could be used to find a user's identity.
The European Data Protection Board has raised concerns about Google's plan to acquire wearable-maker Fitbit. The deal, which was confirmed by the search giant...
In an effort to improve privacy, Facebook has introduced three tools, a Privacy Checkup too, Off-Facebook Activity tool, and login notifications.
The COPRA bill was introduced to the Senate and would give the FTC powers to enforce GDPR-like privacy rules on tech companies.
DNS over HTTPS will one day be the default for Windows, with a first step already put in place to enhance user privacy.
Microsoft says it will bring CCPA protections to the entire US, building on its previous GDPR tools.
A proposed bill suggests punishing tech executives with jail time for playing a part in privacy violations and actively lying to regulators.
Google has settled with the FTC over an investigation into the way YouTube collects child user data without parental consent.
Users who access Lynda.com via libraries are being forced into creating LinkedIn Learning accounts, which require more user information.
Microsoft has confirmed that it uses human contractors to listen to users on Cortana and Skype Translator, and will continue to do so.
Dutch authorities say Microsoft has not shored up privacy issues on Office Online, Office mobile, or Windows 10 Enterprise.
Facebook will pay $5 billion for its various privacy transgressions in recent years. Critics say the company got off lightly, while the FTC calls it unprecedented.