Digitalization is supposed to make the world a safer place. Ever more data is being collected and ever more places are being surveilled. But at what price? Is privacy being undermined? How secure does data make us and how secure is our data?
Security and regulatory troubles on both sides of the Atlantic threaten the future of China’s ZTE and Huawei. But to what extent are the recent disputes linked to Trump's attempts to rein in Beijing's economic ambitions?
The social network has said the changes will give users more control over their data. Among the measures is a new privacy shortcut menu that will allow people to quickly increase the security of an account.
Facebook's data scandal and Baidu CEO's recent remark about the Chinese people's low sensitivity toward privacy issues have stirred up heated discussions at a time when the CPC plans new surveillance projects in China.
Tougher security settings on Facebook just won't cut it, says DW's Zulfikar Abbany. In his opinion, you shouldn't be using Facebook in the first place — and users have themselves to blame in part for data breaches.
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