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Cyber safety

Likee launches new campaign focused on community safety and privacy

Highlighting the significance of users’ personal safety on the internet-sphere, popular short-video platform Likee has recently launched a campaign, titled “Cyber Safety Campaign
Apple

Facing global criticism, Apple tells its ‘CSAM’ detection tool will not breach privacy

This comes after the tech giant faced global criticism over its iCloud Photos and messages questioning its child safety initiatives and use of government spyware
Apple

Apple removes ‘Fakespot’ app from App Store on data privacy concerns by Amazon

The app which was launched last month for iOS users, is a service for filtering and hiding fake product reviews on Amazon
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EU draft rules on use of AI for public security under cloud as privacy watchdogs seek ban on facial recognition tech

While the opinion of the privacy watchdog is non-binding, it does carry weight with the Commission, EU countries, and the European Parliament
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Apple to launch new tech to check data-privacy leaks

Technology giant and global smartphone maker, Apple has said that it will automatically hide user IP addresses by default in the Safari browser
Whatsapp

Centre tightens noose around WhatsApp’s new privacy policy 2021

In a second reminder to the technology company, the ministry of electronics and IT has asked WhatsApp to withdraw its Privacy Policy 2021
Whatsapp

WhatsApp says not forcing users to accept new privacy policy update

Facing flack for its new privacy policy, WhatsApp told the Delhi High Court that it is not forcing any user to accept the 2021 update
WhatsApp

Govt pro-actively looking on WhatsApp privacy rules: MeitY

WhatsApp had set May 15 for its users to accept a change in privacy policy but later scrapped the deadline for users to accept the controversial update
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Facial recognition biggest threat to individuals’ private lives, data protection: EU privacy watchdog

Facial recognition poses one of the biggest challenges to individuals’ private lives and the fundamental rights to data protection and privacy, EU privacy watchdog the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) said
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Centre tells Delhi High Court to stay implementation of WhatsApp’s new privacy policy

Under the new privacy policy by WhatsApp, which is likely to come into force on May 15, the users cannot opt not to share their data with other Facebook-owned or third-party apps
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