Eight Internet giants have formally urged the US president and Congress to reform and limit government surveillance, and have offered several suggestions on how to do it.
Security researchers from German IT consultancy Curesec have uncovered the existence of an Android flaw that could allow hackers to remove all existing device locks activated by users.
For the fourth year in a row, Google has organized its Code-in contest for pre-university students to contribute to open source projects.
A settlement has been reached to end the lawsuit filed by 37 US states and the District of Columbia against Google because the Internet giant has been found bypassing Safari’s privacy settings and using cookies to track users’ browsing in order to deliver personalized ads.
Not a month goes by without security researchers finding new malicious apps on Google Play.
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