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Is Instagram’s New Privacy Policy Invasive?

Is Instagram’s New Privacy Policy Invasive?

About two years ago in 2018, Instagram rolled out a direct messaging feature that did not go down well with everybody. This update entailed a notification that reports on the user’s activity. It shows when last you were active on Instagram or if you are online or not...
COVID 19 Tracking And Your Privacy

COVID 19 Tracking And Your Privacy

Tracking apps, at first we all thought it is a good idea to have them simply because it provides a sense of safety to know where your loved ones are. Then came Covid 19 and the entire picture is turned upside down. Today mobile apps are employed to track the spread of...
Does TikTok Have Privacy Issues?

Does TikTok Have Privacy Issues?

TikTok, just like Instagram a few years ago, is experiencing a huge boom in terms of active users and popularity. The app has more than 1 billion monthly active users and it is one of the most popular downloaded applications in the App Store. Such figures are...
Privacy Issues with the iPhone X

Privacy Issues with the iPhone X

The launch of the iPhone X brought along with it a revolutionary unlock feature, known to many as the facial recognition scanner. With the Face ID, the iPhone X users can unlock their phones by utilizing its front camera to scan their unique facial features. This is a...
What Are The Benefits of using a VPN

What Are The Benefits of using a VPN

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a technique of accessing the internet through a private network and not the typical ISP. The VPN encrypts all the information it receives from your computer, phone or tablet such that no one else can access it. This method was...
Apple vs. Government: Battle between Tech and Law

Apple vs. Government: Battle between Tech and Law

The Developing Story Apple Inc. is now facing yet another conflict with the U.S. federal government as the latter stated that it would force the company to open an iPhone involved in a recent New York drug case. According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the...