Digital privacy

Decentralized Identifiers: Digitally Identifying the Physical World

DIDs (Decentralized Identifiers) are digital identifiers for various objects in the physical world, which are far from being devices of ...

China passes law to strengthen data control of tech companies

The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's highest legislative body, approved a law that aims to ...

Facebook and WhatsApp are not the only ones that could be collecting our data

More and more consumers of social networks are more aware of the services and benefits that these ...

Will USA-based TikTok be enough to safeguard privacy?

As we pointed out in previous notes, the US government demanded the transfer of the TikTok headquarters to ...

Donald Trump bans TikTok and WeChat

As reported by this means a few days ago, Oracle managed to reach an agreement with ByteDance to ...

Does Google track users in incognito mode?

In June this year a class action lawsuit (for $ 5000 billion) was filed against Google ...

The risks of remote monitoring medical tools

Given the need to implement monitoring tools that ensure remote patient care, ...

Facebook sues the EU for invasion of privacy

As part of the antitrust investigation being carried out by EU regulators, they questioned Facebook employees, ...

German Constitutional Court issues ruling to limit citizens' data access powers

The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany in Karlshrue has issued a ruling stating that privacy ...

LinkedIn is sued for allegedly secretly reading what their Apple users have on the clipboard

According to Reuters, the company that belongs to Microsoft was sued by a user from New York ...
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