This Contact-Tracing App Has Been Sharing Users’ Location Data With Foursquare

Contact-tracing apps are problematic, and that’s before they violate their own privacy policies. Contact-tracing apps are problematic, and that’s before they violate their own privacy policies. The Care19 app, developed for the North Dakota Department of Health by developer ProudCrowd, was intended to assist health officials in their battle against coronavirus by logging… Read More »
This Contact-Tracing App Has Been Sharing Users’ Location Data With Foursquare

Google Makes Its Low-Power Sleep Tracking API Available Publicly For Developers

The Android development team announced this week that it’s making the low-power Sleep API publicly available to 3rd-party Android developers. Put simply, this means developers will be able to create better apps that track sleep, while not using a lot of power. Fitness trackers are incredibly popular these days and while… Read More »
Google Makes Its Low-Power Sleep Tracking API Available Publicly For Developers

Facebook’s ‘Help Keep Us Free’ Plea Highlights The True Cost Of Social Media. Again.

It’s not a terribly revolutionary or surprising thing to say at this point, but the user is the product for social media companies. That makes increased online privacy a scary thing for Facebook. It’s why the company, which also owns Instagram, has been pushing back against Apple’s new privacy controls in… Read More »
Facebook’s ‘Help Keep Us Free’ Plea Highlights The True Cost Of Social Media. Again.

How To Safely Store Your Nudes

In the time of the coronavirus, sexts may be the only sexual connection people have had since social distancing began. If you’re taking more nudes than usual, though, you may be wondering what the best way is to keep them secure from prying eyes. While the celebrity iCloud nude photo leak was six years ago… Read More »
How To Safely Store Your Nudes