US Congress votes to remove ISP privacy rules

The United States House of Representatives recently approved a “congressional disapproval” vote of privacy rules, which basically gives your ISP the right to sell collected information to third parties without your approval. As extracted from the House Joint resolution: This joint resolution nullifies the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission entitled “Protecting the Privacy … Read more

Facebook is being ordered by Germany to stop data collection on its WhatsApp users

Ever since it was bought out by Facebook in 2014, WhatsApp has undergone several changes and made quite a few modifications to its privacy and data collection policies. Most of them have to do with Facebook integration and trying to get relevant information from users in order to have them profiled for marketing research and … Read more