Winners of US-UK privacy challenge

Yesterday, the US and UK governments announced the 12 winners of the first phase of the UK-US privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs) prize challenges. Competing for cash prizes from a combined US-UK prize pool of $1.6 million (£1.3 million), participants are developing solutions that will enable artificial intelligence models to be trained on sensitive data without organizations … Read more

What privacy related features does iOS offer in 2022?

Source: Pocketnow Video Privacy Features in iOS CONTENTS CLOSE Apple and its strong push for privacy are well-known in the smartphone industry, and it makes a strong case for its iOS platform being one of the most secure operating systems available. But with the number of features each version upgrade adds, it becomes difficult to … Read more

Change these Android settings and reclaim your digital privacy

Source: Pocketnow video Android and privacy – these are the two words that don’t go hand in hand. Many users choose Apple’s iPhone (and iOS) just because of the data and privacy claims of the company. However, the situation has improved in the past few years. Google has added several privacy settings to Android to … Read more

Google still doesn’t understand what privacy means

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority There was plenty to take away from Google I / O 2022, particularly if you’re excited by the prospect of more Google hardware to buy. But various keynote speakers also touched on an equally important but less exciting aspect of Google’s core business – privacy. Or more specifically, the lack … Read more

How the upcoming Google security features will safeguard user privacy

Source: Google New Google Security Features CONTENTS CLOSE This week, Google held its annual I / O Developer Conference, where the company unveiled new software updates such as Android 13 and even some new hardware devices, including Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, and the Pixel Watch. In addition, it also unveiled a number of security and … Read more

How to delete your personal data from Google and reclaim your privacy

Google is the most used search engine in the world. The company serves nearly a whopping 3.5 billion searches per day. Undoubtedly, the search engine giant holds a lot of information – about companies, individual personalities, and almost everything. With so much data scattered on the internet, and Google regularly indexing it, it’s probably inevitable … Read more

Your online security and privacy depends on more than just Google’s work

Google and the companies that make phones using Android have gotten pretty good about keeping everything updated to protect our online security and privacy. Mostly. These are the important updates, even if they aren’t the glamorous kind. A lot of work goes into an Android Security update. Probably more than you think, and from more … Read more