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Apple to terminate developers who collect, sell user data without consent

Apple has updated the Legal section of its App Store rulebook to include new guidelines for members of the iOS Developer Program. iOS developers who collect or sell personal data to a third party without clear, express consent from their users will be banished from the Apple developer community, and the App Store implicitly. Apple’s […]

Apple to terminate developers who collect, sell user data without consent

Apple has updated the Legal section of its App Store rulebook to include new guidelines for members of the iOS Developer Program. iOS developers who collect or sell personal data to a third party without clear, express consent from their users will be banished from the Apple developer community, and the App Store implicitly. Apple’s […]

Vermont librarian scores symbolic $600 win against Equifax in small claims lawsuit

In the wake of the Equifax incident last year, more than 143 million people had their personal and financial information leaked by hackers. For one 49-year-old librarian in Vermont, simply watching the company’s image get tarnished would not suffice. Jessamyn West lives in a tiny town in Vermont, USA. She was one of the many […]

Ransomware, cryptominers, and the right protection software

Ransomware and cryptominers – these more or less new threats have made it on everyone’s radar fast over the last two years. They have swept over the tech world so thoroughly that there is almost no one who has not heard of WannaCry, Petya, or how your …

FBI arrests 74 alleged scammers in international financial fraud operation

The Nigerian prince scam is back, and this time going after smaller businesses instead of corporates. On Monday, the FBI announced the arrest of 74 alleged email scammers from seven countries, including 15 money mules and 42 scammers in the US alone. The elaborate scam had been targeting employees from medium-sized businesses that had access […]

Android malware infects Amazon TV devices

Amazon Fire TV and their smaller counterpart the Fire TV Stick are well known and for a lot of people also beloved tools to use at home in order to watch a nice movie in the evening. While most people only utilize it to stream the occasional Amazon fli…

Dixons Carphone data breach – millions put at risk of fraud

Once again a large company has suffered a huge data breach, putting millions of innocent customers at risk. Customers of British popular high street stores Currys PC World, Carphone Warehouse, and Dixons Travel have been warned that a huge data breach has occurred involving 5.9 million payment cards and the personal data records of 1.2 […]