The bill would require apps and websites to strengthen their protections for young users. source
OB-GYN Dr. Jessica Shepherd and Senior National Policy Reporter Anne Flaherty discuss the legal implications of using period-tracking apps in some states that have banned…
Facebook is testing end-to-end encryption as a default on its Messenger app. source
The feature, called “Unmentioning,” allows users to control which conversations their mentioned in on Twitter. source
ABC News’ Gio Benitez spoke with law professor Kimberly Wehle about what protections were granted by President Joe Biden’s executive order focused on abortion access….
Activists warn apps that track users’ menstrual cycles and location could sell data to third parties who could pass it on to law enforcement. WATCH…
ABC News’ Linsey Davis speaks with Amy Gajda, author of “Seek and Hide: The Tangled History of the Right to Privacy,” about the battle between…
Hackers pretended to be law enforcement officials and gained access to users’ data. source
A major glitch in Apple products allows websites to see a user’s browsing history and other personal data. source
The parent company of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp doesn’t plan to roll out end-to-end encryption until 2023, due to concerns about user safety. source
The Facebook CEO said he’s proud of the progress the company has made in combating the spread of misinformation and major privacy breaches since 2016….
Plus, Amazon’s new Sidewalk feature raises privacy concerns and Chris Harrison steps aside as the face of the “Bachelor” franchise. source
Britney Spears’ lawyer calls new surveillance allegations a “shameful violation of her privacy rights.” #abcnl #BritneySpears #documentary #conservatorship source
The online retail giant told ABC News that audio was not stored unless it was triggered by the wake word and “all information is treated…