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Increasing concerns over unauthorized surveillance, integration with facial recognition and more are plaguing the doorbell-video camera company.
Researchers discovered that smart TVs from Samsung, LG and others are sending sensitive user data to partner tech firms even when devices are idle.
Apple's "grading" process, which listens to Siri voice recordings, will now be in-house and has an option for users to opt out.
An ongoing campaign is hosting its phishing landing pages on enterprise-class public cloud storage services -- a nascent trend meant to throw defenders off.
Patient medical history and over 6 million email addresses tied to Democrats were detailed in a misconfigured storage buckets over the past few weeks.
Apple's Siri follows Amazon Alexa and Google Home in facing backlash for its data retention policies.
Threatpost talks to Jacob Serpa with Bitglass about how more enterprises are struggling with a cloud security conundrum when it comes to public cloud vs on prem.
Google is under fire after a report found that Google Home and Google Assistant records user audio, even when no wake-up word is used.
Amazon's acknowledgment that it saves Alexa voice recordings - even sometimes after consumers manually delete their interaction history - has thrust voice assistant privacy policies into the spotlight once again.
Threatpost editors Tara Seals and Lindsey O'Donnell discuss a recent lawsuit against Amazon for its privacy policies, a Telegram DDoS attack and more.