08/17/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

By now, most people realize that Google profits by collecting as much information as it can about everybody and selling

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-08-17-bombshell-google-tracks-your-physical-location-even-if-you-turn-off-location-data.html

08/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

Federal government tyrants have developed yet another covert spying program to use against Americans known as “Quiet Skies” that involves

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-08-16-tsa-secretly-spying-fly.html

08/16/2018 / By Ethan Huff

While sitting before the Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees earlier this year to answer questions about his company’s alleged involvement

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-08-16-scott-mfa-tv-news-exposes-social-media-spying-smartphones.html

08/02/2018 / By David Williams

People love taking pictures. Whether it’s of food, places, their pets, and especially themselves, most people just can’t help but

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-08-02-privacy-watchdogs-warn-selfie-lovers-that-googles-art-doppelganger-app-isnt-just-for-fun.html

08/01/2018 / By David Williams

Your personal data is extremely valuable. In fact, it is so valuable that social media companies – which largely control

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-08-01-data-is-wealth-your-personal-info-is-now-worth-so-much-that-its-a-mistake-to-give-it-away.html

07/28/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

China is taking its fondness for surveillance technology to new heights in the form of realistic drones that look and

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-28-china-creates-surveillance-drones-that-look-like-real-birds.html

07/28/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Protecting your identity in the lawless wild of the Internet is considered to be a lost cause. But an article on

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-28-how-to-remain-anonymous-online.html

07/22/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

A European study revealed that mobile health apps were sending health-related data to third-party companies, harming the privacy of its

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-22-health-apps-are-bad-for-your-privacy-80-or-more-share-your-data-research.html

07/17/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

On January 11, 2018, the world’s first full-color satellite was launched into space. While still a prototype, the “Big Brother”

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-17-first-satellite-of-its-kind-gives-big-brother-a-whole-new-dimension-with-capability-to-record-individuals-from-space.html

07/14/2018 / By Russel Davis

Computer users may want to double check if something – or someone – is latching onto their devices, as experts

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-14-have-you-been-cryptojacked-bitcoin-miners-are-hacking-computers.html

07/12/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Owning a laptop or computer doesn’t automatically mean that your information is safe from prying eyes. According to a report,

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-12-protect-yourself-from-blackmail-cover-your-webcam-expert-warns.html

07/10/2018 / By Ralph Flores

If the thought of sifting through tons of online messages makes your skin crawl, Facebook’s latest project, once it launches,

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-10-facebook-creates-a-device-that-can-let-you-know-youve-received-an-e-mail-through-your-skin.html

07/05/2018 / By Ralph Flores

These days, insects are creating a buzz in drone development. In a recent study, researchers from the Delft University of Technology in

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-05-micro-aerial-vehicles-now-able-to-find-their-way-back-more-quickly-much-like-a-flying-insect.html

07/01/2018 / By Vicki Batts

Under the guise of convenience, it seems we’ve all been inviting Big Brother into our homes (and our pocket and

http://www.privacywatch.news/2018-07-01-experts-warn-that-your-phone-really-is-listening-to-you.html

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