'I’ve realized how blind we are to the kinds of insights tech companies are gaining about us through our gadgets. Our blindness not only keeps us glued to privacy-invading tech — it also means that we’ve failed to create a political culture that is in any way up to the task of limiting surveillance.'
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Data harvesting and sharing by mobile apps is "out of control", University of Oxford researchers have warned.
Nearly 90% of free apps on the Google Play store share data with Google parent company Alphabet, the Financial Times reported.
This is an advice and information document issued by the Department for Education. The advice is non-statutory, and has been produced to help recipients understand some of
the key principles and their obligations and duties in relation to the Data Protection Act 1998 (the DPA), particularly when considering moving some or all of their software services to internet-based "cloud" service provision.
Apps are becoming an increasingly important way to communicate and access the internet through our phones, tablets and TVs. We use them to play games, send messages, check the news and weather and use maps and navigation services. Increasingly we are also using them to do our
While apps provide a simple and easy means of accessing great content and services, it's important to be aware of how to use them safely and securely.
Here are some tips to help you make the most of your smart device and apps and how to use them with confidence. This guide has been produced by Ofcom in association with the Information Commissioner's Office, the Competition and
Markets Authority, PhonepayPlus and the Financial Conduct Authority.