10/20/2017 / By Janine Acero

Credit report company Equifax announced last month that their systems had been exposed to a massive data breach from mid-May

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-20-were-you-one-of-the-millions-affected-by-the-equifax-hack-if-not-you-may-be-one-of-the-additional-millions-affected-ceo-testifies-before-congress-that-the-number-affected-is-now-over-145m.html

10/15/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

As technology advances, it often comes at the cost of our personal privacy, whether it’s GPS tracking technology, browsers sharing

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-15-new-fingerprint-technology-will-hint-at-offenders-state-of-mind-it-also-detects-gender-recent-diet.html

10/13/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

In this internet age, everything — from government services, shopping, and banking— can be accessed online. However, you are first

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-13-login-beware-digital-services-privacy.html

10/13/2017 / By Ethan Huff

A strange phenomenon is occurring in the communist country of Cuba, where diplomats from the United States, Canada, and elsewhere

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-13-did-cuba-attack-america-evidence-points-to-a-mysterious-attack-using-a-sci-fi-weapon-system-that-projects-voices-into-the-skulls-of-victims.html

10/12/2017 / By Jayson Veley

There comes a point where technology transcends “cool and innovative” and just starts to become “creepy and weird.” In response

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-12-your-future-vehicle-will-monitor-your-body-fluids-new-car-monitors-hydration-levels-and-tells-you-when-to-drink-water.html

10/11/2017 / By Russel Davis

A report by the European policing agency Europol has revealed that the proliferation of ransomware has topped other forms of cyber crime in

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-11-safe-surfing-beware-of-botnets-and-the-rise-in-ransomware-threats.html

10/10/2017 / By JD Heyes

In what will no doubt come as a shocker to most people, a scientific organization is warning that fingerprint evidence

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-10-scientific-group-says-fingerprint-evidence-in-crimes-is-practically-worthless.html

10/09/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Testing a driver who is suspected of using cocaine can be a drawn-out process that typically requires a fair degree

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-09-no-refusal-traffic-stops-soon-to-encompass-more-than-just-alcohol-testing-new-technology-can-test-fingerprints-for-cocaine-use.html

10/08/2017 / By Jayson Veley

Residents of New York City have been both confused and awestruck lately at the sight of large, mysterious metal towers

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-08-mysterious-metal-towers-spotted-all-over-new-york-city-tunnels-and-bridges-surveillance-devices.html

10/06/2017 / By Tracey Watson

It seems like with every modern scientific “breakthrough” we become more vulnerable as a species. The latest such leap for

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-06-synthetic-biology-breakthrough-could-allow-your-bodys-cells-to-be-hacked-with-bio-malware-that-takes-over-cellular-function.html

10/02/2017 / By Ethan Huff

New evidence has emerged to show that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) under Barack Obama did, in fact, wiretap

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-10-02-confirmed-obama-used-secret-government-surveillance-on-his-political-enemies-during-the-2016-election-to-help-hillary-get-elected.html

09/27/2017 / By Jayson Veley

Everybody knows that texting and driving at the same time is never a good idea, but that doesn’t mean that

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-09-27-big-brother-in-the-car-new-software-detects-when-a-driver-is-distracted-texting.html

09/23/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

A team of Israeli security researchers have demonstrated how hackers could use infrared light (IR) to control the behavior of

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-09-23-security-cameras-are-a-security-risk-and-not-just-to-your-privacy-researchers-demonstrate-how-they-can-be-hacked.html

09/21/2017 / By Russel Davis

The iPhone X’s brand new Face ID recognition software has come under scrutiny as experts cautioned that the system might be

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-09-21-biometric-features-on-new-iphone-spark-safety-and-privacy-concerns.html

09/20/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

At the recent unveiling of their newest iPhone models, Apple bragged about their use of face-reading artificial intelligence (AI). The

http://www.privacywatch.news/2017-09-20-latest-face-reading-ai-will-detect-your-iq-sexual-orientation-political-beliefs.html

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