Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 7:34 AM
Avast, which makes free antivirus software that's used by millions of people around the world, is reportedly selling "highly sensitive" web browsing data via a subsidiary company called Jumpshot. The software appears to track users clicks and movements across the web, and collects data on things like searches on Google and Google Maps, as well as visits to specific LinkedIn pages, YouTube vids and porn websites, according to an investigation published by Motherboard and PCMag. The collected data is then reportedly repackaged and sold by Jumpshot, which says on its website that it's able to deliver data on users actions behind "the Internet's most valuable walled gardens."
Wednesday, April 11, 2018, 2:22 PM
According to a survey, Indians lose more money to online fraudsters than their Asian counterparts. In the year 2016, 36% Indians were cheated online. ...