Google To Release Your Location Data To Help Fight Coronavirus PandemicGoogle is publicly releasing the data it's already collecting about people's movements during the coronavirus pandemic to spot trends in how people are behaving and responding to social distancing.
Communicating Amid Coronavirus: FBI Warns Video Meeting Users Of ‘Zoom-Bombing’Just when you thought it was safe to video conference without interruption, law enforcement is warning people of "Zoom-bombing."
Apple Releases Coronavirus Screening App And Website In Partnership With CDCApple on Friday released a website and an iOS app that allows users to screen themselves for coronavirus symptoms, marking another response to the pandemic by a major tech platform.
California Apple Stores Must Pay Workers During Bag SearchesEmployees at Apple stores must be paid for time they spend waiting for managers or security guards to search their bags to make sure they’re not stealing anything, the California Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
US Army Bans Soldiers From Using TikTok Over Security WorriesThe US Army has banned the use of the hugely popular short video app TikTok by its soldiers, calling it a security threat.
Still Can't Give Up Your Alexa? At Least You Can Make It 'Forget'Amazon is providing Alexa users with a way to keep the popular connected speaker from keeping track of your conversations. (6/2/19)
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