Apple recently has become a victim of many problems. Its Face ID system recently got hacked. Apple is also seen to be working on its secret software for its latest iPhones.
Over the internet there is too much of information relates to various people and day by day it is increasing. Recently, a lot has been said that personal information is being used by popular social networking sites.
When it comes to anything online, first step to keep in mind is related to security. Securing your data is of atmost important. There seems to be an increase in the number of cybersecurity threats.
FTC has announced on Wednesday that Facebook Inc. has agreed to settle significant allegations on mishandling user privacy and pay $5 billion. As part of the settlement, Facebook has agreed on creating a board committee specifically for user privacy and will agree to new executive certifications that users’ privacy is being properly protected.
Few changes might be introduced to the proposed data privacy rules. One of the highlights is that any critical data will be required to be retained in India.
Google finally get rid of its age old scandal that dates back to 2010 by settling it through the payment of $13 million. The scandal attacked the privacy of people and hence had a dreadful impact.
Google seems to have settled claims against it including age discrimination, improper data handling and Wi-Spy. Google might be required to pay around $13 million and $11 million.
Google has done it yet again. Some Chinese developer seems to have violated Google's advertising policies. Therefore, it decides to ban the Chinese developer.
Facebook and Twitter seems to be on the radar when it comes to issues related to user data. Recently, Wikipedia co-founder could nearly sense this thing.