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A popular app that helps parents keep tabs on their kids’ phone activity has at least one leaky server, according to ZDNet, with tens of thousands of user account details breached. Called TeenSafe, the app touts itself as a “secure” monitoring app available on both Android and iOS, and lets
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Tech is no longer just about convenience – it's about principles. The Cambridge Analytica scandal and the introduction of GDPR are forcing companies to be more transparent about the data they collect from us and how they use it – but is that enough? Mozilla, creator of Firefox, says that
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