Privacy apps keep your browser history and online movements from being tracked and are especially helpful when connected to public Wi-Fi where you're a little more vulnerable. They also locate lost or stolen devices and protect login credentials. Here are the best apps for your Android.
Users of Amazon's Echo devices and Alexa services have options when it comes to controlling their data privacy and security. Through the Privacy Hub, they can access their data and set parameters on how much information they want to share with Amazon and third-party developers, products, and services.
The EU's top court has ruled that the EU-US Privacy Shield does not adequately protect the data of EU citizens in line with GDPR, a ruling that could have far-reaching ramifications for US-EU data sharing.
The Jumbo Privacy app has been available to Android users for over nine months now, and the company continues to add features and tools for users to take control of their personal data. It has announced new feature tiers and a big new investment to help it continue to grow and support its user base.
There are cases where you might be unwillingly compelled to open your locked device. We'll show you how to disable biometrics and voice recognition so that no one but you can get into your Samsung Galaxy phone.
Sometimes you want to experience the fun of a social network with friends and family, but you don't necessarily want others creeping in on your photos, videos, and posts. Here's how to turn on private mode and go dark to the public on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.
Google Maps is far and away the best solution to help you get where you need to go, and it has offered a way to download maps for offline use for those times when you don't want to use your data, or you can't use your data. We'll show you how to download offline maps to your phone so that you're never lost, even if you lose signal.
If you're looking to safeguard your privacy, one of the first things to do is look at all the apps that have access to the location permission. Here's how you can disable access to prevent apps from broadcasting your location information.
Xiaomi has been caught sending data from its Mi phones to servers in Russia and Singapore. The data went beyond what a user could expect, encroaching into private searches done in incognito mode and even swipes and folders accessed on the home screen.
Chromebooks and G Suite for Education are popular in American educational institutions. but the privacy implications of those have proven unsettling for some. Two children from Illinois have sued Google for violations of both the state's BIPA and the federal COPPA.
A new report indicates WhatsApp is not taking the necessary measures to prevent invitations to private WhatsApp groups from being indexed by Google Search, meaning anyone could access them with little effort.
Google is moving the data of British users over to the U.S as a result of the country's exit from the European Union. Critics worry the firm will adopt the lax data protection laws of the North American state.