WHY PRIVACY MATTERS EVEN FOR LAWFUL PEOPLE In previous post, we showed how to access to the data collected on your behalf. But, if OS provider gave access to their tracking methodology, this transparency doesn’t solve the problem, but merely underlines it. Here’s why privacy matters, even if you have nothing to hide.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT IT ? HOW TO ACCESS TO IT ? HOW TO PREVENT IT ? Big data, mobile, personalization, and GPS have put our personal information at the fingertips of private companies, and in turn, government agencies. A quarter century after the end of the communism it is ironic to see that capitalism is the new threat for privacy. Recently Apple and Google gave us a way to access most of the data they harvest
Unlike a few years ago when the app market was in its infancy, the main challenge is no longer making it on to the virtual shelves, but rather surviving once a user downloads the app. The store is an easy threshold to reach. Once done, two other barriers block an application’s success, leading to the 99.998% death rate among apps.
Device Fatigue: Is the rise of Larger Smartphones stifling iPad growth? 42 millions of iPads have been sold worldwide in 2014 so far, but the number of iPad users in the U.S. have remained relatively flat, growing only a humble 5 percent between January and April this year. What does this mean for Apple?