The 2019 update to the US edition of our research into the illegal trade of stolen personal data on the dark web.
If company A has certain information on you and company B has different information, should they be allowed to merge?
The 2019 update to the UK edition of our research into the illegal trade of stolen personal data on the dark web.
Class action lawsuits against Facebook, British Airways and other firms for violating GDPR could result in payouts to consumers.
Data breaches and political hijacking have become routine side-effects of Facebook. In a post-GDPR world, is the social giant trying to make changes?
We tested the 150 most popular free VPN apps in the Google Play store and found significant privacy and performance issues, including DNS leaks and intrusive permissions.
Major UK banks are authenticating customers via their voices - but not all banks have gotten the GDPR memo about how to ask for consent.
Do you know what your apps say about you and, most importantly, who they are telling it to?
Many sites employ design and wording tactics to push users towards consenting to share their data.
From Facebook scandals to major corporate breaches, 2018 may have been a watershed year for digital privacy.