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The company knew in 2010 that an app was grabbing users’ personal information.
A call for smart-phone software that lets users see what data their gadgets are sending out.
Huge data sets are a powerful new tool for researchers, but a new paper says it’s easy to be overconfident about what can be learned from them.
An experimental tool removes the need to hand your credentials over to lots of different websites.
Senate committee sorts out the technical and legal challenges in trying to control how apps track users.
Congressional testimony centers around what “location” really means, and who’s responsible for how apps behave.