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Washington Post on the App Store

6. feb. 2023 — Get award-winning global reporting from The Washington Post. The app is free to download and keeps you informed with expert coverage from …

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‎The Washington Post Apps on the App Store

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I checked Apple’s new privacy ‘nutrition labels.’ Many were false.

iPhone app privacy labels are a great idea, except when Apple lets them deceive – The Washington Post

29. jan. 2021 — The iPhone App Store privacy label for Satisfying Slime Simulator suggests it shares no data. (Geoffrey Fowler/The Washington Post).

Apple’s plan to make iPhone apps be transparent about the data they take falls short of being helpful — or even accurate.

It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is …

Apple promises privacy, but iPhone apps share your data with trackers, ad companies and research firms – The Washington Post

28. maj 2019 — We ran a privacy experiment to see how many hidden trackers are running from the apps on our iPhone. The tally is astounding.

We ran a privacy experiment to see how many hidden trackers are running from the apps on our iPhone. The tally is astounding.

Linda Bernardi on LinkedIn: #disrupt #innovate #lead #imagine

Geoffrey Fowler, columnist at the Washington Post said it best (included an … no new or interesting features to make you want to run to the Apple store.

Steve Jobs, we miss you! Without you, Apple is not innovating! When true attempts at innovation fail, desperate attempts of pseudo-innovation take off, often…

Reproductive Health Rights on the App Store –

21. nov. 2022 — regarding reproductive health privacy on Apple’s App Store (the … used to prosecute women, The Washington Post (July 3, 2022, 9:20 AM),.

Saints and Soldiers: Inside Internet-Age Terrorism, From …

Saints and Soldiers: Inside Internet-Age Terrorism, From Syria to the … – Rita Katz – Google Bøger

29. jan. 2021 — hero apple developers lying on privacy policy … Recently, Washington Post tech columnist Geoffrey Fowler downloaded an app called …

More than a decade ago, counterterrorism expert Rita Katz began browsing white supremacist and neo-Nazi forums. The hateful rhetoric and constant threats of violence immediately reminded her of the jihadist militants she spent her days monitoring, but law enforcement and policy makers barely paid attention to the Far Right. Now, years of attacks committed by extremists radicalized online—including mass murders at a synagogue in Pittsburgh and mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, as well as the Capitol siege—have brought home the danger. How has the internet shaped today’s threats, and what do the online origins of these movements reveal about how to stop them?In Saints and Soldiers, Katz reveals a new generation of terrorist movements that don’t just use the internet, but exist almost entirely on it. She provides a vivid view from the trenches, spanning edgy video game chat groups to what ISIS and Far-Right mass-shooters in El Paso, Orlando and elsewhere unwittingly reveal between the lines of their manifestos. Katz shows how the online cultures of these movements—far more than their ideologies and leaders—create today’s terrorists and shape how they commit “real world” violence. From ISIS to QAnon, Saints and Soldiers pinpoints the approaches needed for a new era in which arrests and military campaigns alone cannot stop these never-before-seen threats.

Data Privacy During Pandemics: A Scorecard Approach for …

Data Privacy During Pandemics: A Scorecard Approach for Evaluating the … – Benjamin Boudreaux, Matthew A. DeNardo, Sarah W. Denton, Ricardo Sanchez, Katie Feistel, Hardika Dayalani – Google Bøger

As part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, governments worldwide have deployed mobile phone surveillance programs to augment public health interventions. However, these programs raise privacy concerns. The authors of this report examine whether two goals can be achieved concurrently: the use of mobile phones as public health surveillance tools to help manage COVID‐19 and future crises, and the protection of privacy and civil liberties.

Slow Computing: Why We Need Balanced Digital Lives

Slow Computing: Why We Need Balanced Digital Lives – Kitchin, Rob, Fraser, Alistair – Google Bøger

Digital technologies should be making life easier. And to a large degree they are, transforming everyday tasks of work, consumption, communication, travel and play. But they are also accelerating and fragmenting our lives affecting our well-being and exposing us to extensive data extraction and profiling that helps determine our life chances. Initially, the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown seemed to create new opportunities for people to practice ‘slow computing’, but it quickly became clear that it was as difficult, if not more so, than during normal times. Is it then possible to experience the joy and benefits of computing, but to do so in a way that asserts individual and collective autonomy over our time and data? Drawing on the ideas of the ‘slow movement’, Slow Computing sets out numerous practical and political means to take back control and counter the more pernicious effects of living digital lives.

Developers Are Already Caught Lying To Users With Apple’s …

Developers Are Already Caught Lying To Users With Apple’s App Privacy Labels | HotHardware

Apple needs to have one stance and one policy so loopholes and lying developers cannot sneak through the rules.

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