What you say is being used to determine the accuracy of Artificial Intelligence, or at least if we know about it, right? According to the new Netflix film The Great Hack, personal data has surpassed oil as the world’s most valuable asset. Companies continually try to study more about you or use you to train their technology, without you even knowing. Assistants from Google and Amazon have recently come under fire for recording your private data, and according to a new report from The Guardian, even Apple, a company who puts privacy at the forefront of everything it does, is listening in on your conversations. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Apple recently published a statement over parental control apps made by third parties. Here’s everything you need to know about it and how it may affect your apps.
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A man in Georgia named Kwamaine Jerell Ford to plead guilty today for hacking Apple IDs of professional athletes and famous rappers. He stole sensitive information and credit card information from these people, and he got caught for doing this. Here’s what we know so far about this security breach.
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Apple has acquired the patent portfolio of Lighthouse AI, the intelligent AI security camera company that shut-down last year. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Earlier today, Apple informed all members of its Developer Program that two-factor authentication must be enabled on their accounts by the end of the month. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Apple has shut down Facebook’s ability to distribute internal iOS apps after learning they were paying to gain access to user’s iPhone’s through a “research” app. Here’s everything we know about the situation.
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