Apple Inc. said it will launch new software later this year that will analyze photos stored in a user’s iCloud Photos account for sexually explicit images of children and then report instances to relevant authorities. The moves quickly raised concerns with privacy advocates.
The Economist, Newsweek, Outside Integrated Media, and Harvard Business Publishing Corp. reveal and profit from the personal information of their subscribers in violation of state privacy law, according to a group of class action suits filed Thursday in federal court in Michigan.
A former engineering company executive escaped the bulk of a computer fraud and anticybersquatting lawsuit after a Texas federal judge agreed to adopt a magistrate judge’s recommendations from earlier this year.
France’s constitutional court broadly backed the President Emmanuel Macron’s new Covid rules that require proof of vaccination or a negative test for access to activities including eating out and travel.