A study byThe University of Washington study submitted experimental genetic profiles determine whether an adversary could learn through a target’s profile whether or not the target has a mutation that makes them susceptible to a disease, and finds that GEDmatch is vulnerable t
How tech and appliance makers are targeting the kitchen with smart home devices in order to deepen ties with customers.
Swedish research firm Berg Insight says 63 million American homes will qualify as “smart” by 2022, but what will thee techologies look like, do, and how secure will they be?
Technology has allowed personal intimacy and connection to flourish too much, and anywhere. Now every space is a superspace, a place that might be fused together with any other.
The technologies Facebook uses to put advertising it deems relevant in front of people may be more responsible for the polarization of American politics than previously understood, a team of researchers has concluded.
Smart technology can make it easier to keep tabs on your home when you’re on vacation, but it also makes it harder to really get away.
Joseph Simons, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, described a settlement with Google over children’s privacy violations on YouTube as “a significant victory” for parents.
Custom malware disguaised as benign software was used to steal wallet addresses of cryptocurrenct holders for months.
Companies’ Use of Thermal Cameras to Monitor the Health of Workers and Customers Worries Civil Libertarians
AI systems are being used to detect whether people are standing less than 6 feet apart during the COVID-19 pandemic, but concerns are being raised around whether temperature tracking is. or could become a serious privacy concern.