Interactive mirrors may be used in your home to let you know first thing in the morning what your schedule is for the day, where you need to be, and when (as well as telling you a myriad of other things)! Sounds like really not fun. “Smart” mirrors are another example of the obvious tension between technological innovation and privacy, in this blog post we found out why the most sensitive ethical questions are in terms of influencing behavior and of course collecting data.
An internet shutdown occurs when an organization, often a government, intentionally disrupts the internet or mobile apps such as WhatsApp or Telegram in order to control online discourse. Experts define this as "a deliberate disruption of internet or electronic communications that renders them inaccessible or virtually unusable for a particular population group or in a particular location, often to exert control over the flow of information". These interruptions are also referred to as "blackouts" or "kill switches".
Imagine a television that not only brings you your favorite shows and movies but also opens up a world of possibilities for customization, community-driven development, and unparalleled flexibility. In this blog post, we'll dive into the exciting realm of open source smart TVs, exploring their potential, benefits, and the communities driving their evolution.
Ever been asked to shoot over your ID online? Comfortable with that? Think it's safe? Today, we're tackling these questions and more about sharing this kind of info on the internet. Swapping info online has become pretty standard, but we've got to be aware of the risks that come with sending personal docs if we're not careful. In this blog, we're diving into the potential threats and dangers we expose ourselves to, along with some good practices to minimize the fallout if you ever have to shoot out sensitive info.
In an era dominated by technology, our lives have become intricately woven into the digital fabric. From personal photos to confidential documents, the digital realm hosts a trove of our most sensitive information. As our digital footprint expands, so does the importance of safeguarding our privacy. In this blog post, we will explore the realm of digital privacy file management and offer practical tips to ensure the security of your digital assets.
In this blog section, we discussed the key factors to consider when choosing a data analytics platform that prioritizes consumer digital privacy. By ensuring the platform offers robust data encryption, data minimization, granular access controls, privacy impact assessments (PIAs), and comprehensive audit logs, you can safeguard your customers' sensitive information and comply with privacy regulations.
Prioritizing your online security should be a top concern in today's digital age. Two-factor authentication is an essential tool for enhancing the protection of your online accounts, but it shouldn't be the only measure you rely on. By taking the additional measures in our #PRVCYTipss, you significantly reduce the risk of unauthorized access and protect your sensitive information.
In an era dominated by digital communication, the concept of privacy has become increasingly elusive. Many users believe that deleting a message is synonymous with erasing it from existence, creating a false sense of security. However, the reality is far more complex, as tech companies possess the means to retain and analyze deleted messages. In this blog post, we'll explore the mechanisms that allow tech companies to access every word you type in your keyboard and the implications for user privacy.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the telephone book of the Internet. Since the DNS is an integral part of most Internet queries, it can be a prime target for attacks. By accessing your DNS, anyone can find out pretty much all of your online activity on your computer.
From smart homes and wearable devices to industrial systems and healthcare devices, the IoT has revolutionized the way we interact with technology. However, this interconnectedness also brings with it a major problem: risks to digital privacy. In this blog post, we will look at the concept of IoT and explore the potential privacy risks associated with it.