Allen Grubman's law firm represents stars including Lady Gaga, Madonna, Mariah Carey, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Priyanka Chopra, Bette Midler and more.
Alarming as it sounds, there is a caveat that should keep user's data safe from those who have ill intentions.
In Europe and the United States, technology firms have begun sharing "anonymised" smartphone data to better track the outbreak.
More than 33,000 people have been infected by the coronavirus in the US, and 416 have died.
TikTok has said its operations were not influenced by the Beijing authorities.
Britain has no official internet or social media regulator and is looking for ways to stop harmful online material from reaching children.
Online security researchers claim that hackers were able to gather personal information from over 267 million Facebook users.
There are reports of new vulnerabilities that can give hackers access to an Android user's device, which is yet to be patched.
Microsoft issues an advisory regarding the Dexphot malware, which silently uses a computer's resources to mine for cryptocurrency.
Reports are coming in regarding a recently discovered Android vulnerability that can allow hackers to activate the camera without permission.
A German research group confirm hackers can use spy and steak information using Alexa or Google Home smart speakers.
Cook's speech at international conference on data privacy appeared to one-up his tech rivals and show off his company's credentials in data privacy.