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Facebook Closes Loophole That Revealed Personal Data of People in 'Closed' Groups

Facebook Closes Loophole That Revealed Personal Data of People in 'Closed' Groups

Facebook has closed a loophole that allowed third parties to view and collect personal information about members of groups set to the “closed” privacy setting

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The importance of online security in maintaining the integrity of Tech Giants

The importance of online security in maintaining the integrity of Tech Giants

Earlier this year, a host of the world’s biggest tech firms agreed to a joint security charter, designed to guard their customers and products from cyber-attacks

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California passes nation's toughest online privacy law

California passes nation's toughest online privacy law

Consumers will be granted sweeping new online privacy protections under a first of its kind California law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown Thursday

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Supreme Court says warrant necessary for phone location data in win for privacy

Supreme Court says warrant necessary for phone location data in win for privacy

US justices say law enforcement needs a warrant to follow your digital footprints

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New European Rules May Give US Internet Users True Privacy Choices for the First Time

New European Rules May Give US Internet Users True Privacy Choices for the First Time

The GDPR may offer a way forward that allows consumers to reclaim control of their information

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Facebook’s latest privacy blunder, explained

Facebook’s latest privacy blunder, explained

A Facebook bug messed with privacy settings for 14 million users. Here’s what you need to know about the situation

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