01/19/2018 / By Russel Davis

A Facebook patent filed in 2015 was found to go such great lengths as scrutinizing minute details contained in an image in order

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-19-facebook-is-stalking-you-creepy-new-patent.html

01/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

If it exists online and it’s “free,” chances are whoever owns it is collecting data points on how you use

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-16-confirmed-twitter-collects-all-your-dick-picks-and-private-photos.html

01/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Do we really need an app that makes it easier for complete strangers to identify us and access our social

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-15-augmented-reality-software-has-real-privacy-implications-face-scan-social-media.html

01/14/2018 / By Jayson Veley

Our society has reached a point where it is now more difficult to think of things that are truly private

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-14-surveillance-new-device-scans-you-from-a-distance-with-a-wifi-blast.html

01/11/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

One big fear for many new parents is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), a mysterious illness that causes babies less

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-11-parents-now-urged-to-connect-their-babies-to-smart-phones.html

01/09/2018 / By Russel Davis

Apple received backlash from Chinese users for its iPhone X’s Face ID feature, many of whom complain that the technology cannot

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-09-apples-iphone-x-racist-facial-recognition-chinese-faces.html

01/09/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Your phone is actually spying on you. They may not be listening to your conversations, but they are using your

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-09-android-apps-use-the-microphone-to-secretly-record-your-tv-habits.html

01/08/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

We live in a society that is obsessed with oversharing. While it’s becoming increasingly difficult to tune out the trivial

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-08-creepy-new-ai-can-read-your-mind-by-decoding-your-brain-signals.html

01/06/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

There is no such thing as privacy with Facebook. All the data that’s shared openly by Facebook users,  including pictures,

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-06-facebook-roll-out-facial-recognition-ai-deep-state-ploy.html

01/01/2018 / By David Williams

The emergence of “big data” has been quite the revelation for many different industries. Whereas information used to be sparse

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-01-01-big-data-making-police-state-surveillance-the-new-norm.html

12/30/2017 / By Ethan Huff

When moviegoers spent more than $132 million at the box office to watch Tom Cruise in the film Minority Report

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-12-30-real-life-sci-fi-minority-report-style-security-system-in-china-called-dragonfly-eye-uses-ai-to-identify-criminals.html

12/28/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

The Xinjiang region of China is populated with approximately 10 million Uighurs, a Turkic-speaking Muslim population who are considered a

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-12-28-thousands-vanish-in-china-as-totalitarian-far-left-police-state-goes-into-overdrive.html

12/28/2017 / By Rita Winters

Free apps come with a price. More often than not, free app developers request permission upon download to access a

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-12-28-is-your-online-data-secure-the-personal-data-of-31-million-users-was-compromised-by-keyboard-app-developers-who-used-an-unsecured-online-database.html

12/17/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The recent Equifax Cybersecurity Breach was an eye opener like no other. The personal information of 145 million Americans were

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-12-17-simple-steps-for-preventing-your-online-presence-from-being-hacked.html

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