Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between. This week: Privacy is Both a Value and a Value
Update: Yahoo! has just disclosed yet another data breach. This time of 32 million accounts accessed using "forged" cookies. This follows over a billion accounts compromised over the
Apple should be doing more. Everyone should be doing more. Always. Do the most you possibly can today? Good. Two thumbs up. Now figure out how to do more tomorrow.
A 15-year-old in Ontario traded in her broken iPhone for $11. Once refurbished and resold, a creepy man in Dubai had access to all of her data. Here's how to avoid that ever happening to you.
The Information Technology Industry Council, of which many of the largest tech companies in the world are members, is meeting this week to discuss growing concerns about privacy.
Privacy is a front-facing, top-of-line feature for Apple, and the settings on your iPhone and iPad reflect that.
Following Apple's commitment to bring new and better data privacy tools to its services, the company today launched an all-new, all privacy-focused web portal for customers
TeenSafe, a parental monitoring app, leaked thousands of Apple IDs and their password in plain text.
Securus, a service used by law enforcement to track inmate calls, can pinpoint the location of just about any cell phone thanks to the cooperation of U.S. carriers.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gives his testimony regarding Cambridge Analytica and Facebook's handling of user privacy before Senate committee.
Wary of social media following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and considering leaving Instagram for good? Here's how to use the site's Data Download tool to take your content with you when you go.
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