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  • Zoom delivers security improvements with version 5.0 update

    Zoom delivers security improvements with version 5.0 update

    Zoom has been working on improving its platform in recent weeks. It has to, after all the bad press it's gotten for accounts being stolenZoombombing, and more. In the latest piece of news, the company has announced the release of its version 5.0 update, which comes with important security improvements.

  • Zoom breaching privacy by sending app data to Facebook

    Zoom breaching privacy by sending app data to Facebook

    With many of us having to work from home, more people are using different tools to facilitate ease of work and communications. A tool that's seeing a spike in popularity now is Zoom, which allows people to do video conferencing on mobile devices. Recent news suggests that the company may be providing its users' data to Facebook.

  • Are our data privacy secure in our e-wallets? Here's what the experts think

    Are our data privacy secure in our e-wallets? Here's what the experts think

    While the e-wallet trend is certainly rising in Malaysia, it has also brought attention to a few Malaysians on its security features. Since we are required to fill in our some personal information, this raises a question - is our e-wallet data privacy secure?

  • US President Donald Trump is not happy with Apple for refusing to unlock iPhones

    US President Donald Trump is not happy with Apple for refusing to unlock iPhones

    From all the YouTube ads promoting how secure are Apple’s devices (nope, not skippable), we might already get the idea that the company values privacy very much. However, what we don’t know is the tech giant actually does not have the ability to access data that is being encrypted on an iPhone. From there, they have dissapointed the President of the United States, Donald Trump, as Apple refused to decrypt the data from criminals’ iPhones to assist the government.

  • Google Maps rolled out a new privacy update

    Google Maps rolled out a new privacy update

    Have you ever wondered how your profile is shown to the other users on Google Maps after all the ratings you’ve given to the locations you’ve been before? It is said that users were not allowed to edit their public profiles before but you are able to do it now!

  • Is Your Personal and Private Data Safe On FaceApp?

    Is Your Personal and Private Data Safe On FaceApp?

    By now, you should have noticed another new trend on your social media accounts. Friends and family are now trying and posting up their version of how they look being old, thanks to this app called FaceApp and yes, this is very similar to the previous #10YearsChallenge that happened earlier this year and you should probably be careful with this #AgeChallenge trend as well due to privacy concerns.

  • Facebook officially launches the "Why am I seeing this" help users understand their News Feed better

    Facebook officially launches the "Why am I seeing this" help users understand their News Feed better

    Facebook has officially announced that the “Why am I seeing this” feature, will be rolled out gradually on a global scale starting today which will provide users with various information as to why they are seeing certain posts on their News Feed directly from the app, as well as from their very own website. Not only that, but the new feature also provides various control options to help users customize their News Feed to their liking.