The Los Angeles city attorney’s office has sued the parent company of the Weather Channel, alleging that for years it has misleadingly and unlawfully collected and sold the private data of its mobile..
Snow and ice covered parts of Alpine, Texas, on Wednesday, January 2, as a winter storm hit the state. This video shows hoarfrost along highway 90 in the city. Winter storm warnings were issued across..
Snow and ice covered parts of Alpine, Texas, on Wednesday, January 2, as a winter storm hit the state.This video shows hoarfrost along highway 90 in the city. Winter storm warnings were issued across..
We all know that enabling location services for third-party apps compromises our privacy. But a new investigative New York Times report details just how creepy and personal smartphone location data can..
Ted Joseph the C.E.O for Vuuzle media Corp. announced, that the new media free zone license was a subsidiary of their Delaware Corporation and would have a positive impact for the people who live in.. PRWeb - Published
A U.S. senator is calling for strict new rules to limit Silicon Valley's use of your personal data. The Consumer Data Protection Act would force companies to offer a "do not track" option. Any tech.. CBS News - Published
While IBM is getting sued by the city of Los Angeles, accusing it of covertly mining user data in the Weather Channel app in the US, it’s testing the waters for another hyperlocal weather feature.. TechCrunch - Published
The city of Los Angeles alleges that the Weather Channel app deceptively collected, amassed and sold users’ location data.
In a lawsuit filed Thursday… ABA Journal - Published Also reported by •NYTimes.com
Location data is a funny thing. You need it to get an accurate forecast, and they, the app-maker, need it to cash in on a free-to-you service. Few, though, realize this data isn’t solely meant to.. The Next Web - Published
The Weather Channel app may be sharing your location data with advertisers without your consent, according to a lawsuit by the Los Angeles city attorney CBS News - Published Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •SeattlePI.com •Seattle Times
The Weather Channel app misled millions of users into allowing it to access their personal location data, profiting off of the data for commercial purposes, the city attorney of Los Angeles alleged in.. The Verge - Published
Los Angeles has brought a lawsuit against The Weather Channel alleging that the app “deceptively collected, shared and profited from the location information of millions of American consumers.”.. 9to5Mac - Published
Los Angeles' city attorney has filed a lawsuit against the company behind The Weather Channel app, claiming the app didn't adequately disclose to users how their location information would be used. The.. engadget - Published