Privacy Digest 04/22

Your Graphics Card Can Be Used to Track Your Movements on the Web, Researchers Find

A research team has discovered that a GPU can be fingerprinted, thus transforming it into a web tracker that can monitor computer users.

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Your friends, your medical concerns, your political ideology— financial transactions tell the story of your life in intimate details. But U.S. law has failed to protect this sensitive data from prying eyes. Join EFF’s Cindy Cohn and Danny O’Brien as they talk to Marta Belcher, one of the leading lawyers working on issues of financial censorship and financial privacy, as they help you understand why we need better protections for our financial lives—and the important role courts must play in getting things right.

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Concerns about data privacy have led companies such as Google and Apple to announce new policies that affect digital marketers. Learn how to prepare.

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