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Bank, which does not provide corporate devices, tells employees not to delete relevant messages
A more fragmented internet is inevitable, but governments should not intensify fissures without good measure
The social media giant’s purge does not end its reliance on facial recognition
Amazon’s Ring doorbells are just the start. Indoor drones and robots on wheels — all with cameras — could be next
iPhone maker’s share of mobile app advertising market has tripled in six months
Head of safety defends social media group after report it buried research into mental health impact
Opposition to new photo-sharing platform for under-13s gathers momentum in Washington
Regulator suggests simplifying choices to end repeated ‘cookie’ pop-ups from websites seeking user consent
iPhone maker says it will take time to ‘collect input’ and ‘make improvements’
Draft EU laws signal the beginning of the end for Facebook’s endemic lack of transparency
Global support for move to scan US users’ iPhone photos sets up privacy battle with rivals
Security researchers raise alarm over potential surveillance of personal devices
Business fears impact of legislation that targets posting of personal information online
Critics say data privacy law shake-up will cut access to information and hamper social media groups
Data commissioner Ulrich Kelber tells authorities GDPR standards are not being met
They’re fighting back against the growing use of high-tech monitoring by taking increasingly fringe counter-measures
Brussels to examine whether US group broke rules by giving an advantage to its own services
Search giant introduces new safeguards for users who do not want to be tracked by advertisers
Security agencies cannot protect people if they are unable to decipher communications, yet there are big privacy concerns
We gave up our privacy to fight Covid-19, can we get it back?
Inadequate government action is letting private companies set the rules
Technology is transforming societies around the world, but governments and the companies behind that technology have struggled with ethics and morality, from self-regulation to surveillance to AI bias. How can we understand these complex problems — and begin to find better answers?
Discourse tends to be western-centric — that is a problem for the rest of the world, say academics
Cultural attitudes towards online privacy are creating a global rift
FT correspondents Madhumita Murgia and Kiran Stacey answered your questions on the use of artificial intelligence by companies