News and Articles About Privacy concerns
If our privacy is so important to us, why aren't we more skeptical of the services we give our information to?
Forget the features list and ease of use. There are some serious implications to consider with the companies privacy policies.
Because the 'The Fappening' wasn't horrifying enough, enter 'The Snappening,' reason number 1,729 not to snap selfies in the buff.
The move marks an about-face from the company's founding mission, which sought to establish a digital network of actual identities.
Oh, the places Facebook knows your customers go! And live.
An article on Google's removals of links to Times articles puts privacy seekers back in the spotlight.
The city initially gave the ad firm its approval to install tracking beacons in old-fashioned phone booths but reversed course when the public was made aware of the project.
The social network already knows who your friends are and the kind of things that grab your attention. Soon, it could also know the state of your health.
At an Advertising Week event this week, the Yahoo CEO addressed the hypercharged debate over how personal data should be used on the web.
The social network will give its researchers 'clearer guidelines' for future experimentations -- but just what these guidelines are is anyone's guess.
Joining a cry from law enforcement officials, big tech companies criticized over blocking law enforcement from access to people's data.
Just when we were saying our first hello to Ello, it said goodbye. Here's why. And, yes, the buzzing ad-free social magnet is back up and running.
There's no denying the network was launched, at least partially, in reaction to all the data Facebook collects on its users. But don't expect the nascent company to really threaten Facebook's dominance.
In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
The vast record of information stored on Apple devices will only be available to users who possess a four-digit passcode.
Big Brother is watching you, but you don't have to take it lying down. Don these stealthy countersurveillance frocks and styles to fool the all-seeing eye.
People become squeamish about the idea of user information being analyzed so as to target, retarget and market to them. Sellers can handle this situation with care.
The automobile company is reportedly installing monitoring devices in its cars to ensure drivers keep their eyes on the road.
Increase employees' productivity and protect your company's data with these tips for building a safe 'bring your own device' plan.
Kids Under 13 Could Soon Get Their Own Gmail, YouTube Accounts (As If They Didn't Have Them Already )
Kids already use Gmail and they're obsessed with YouTube. Now Google wants to make it legit, as in legal.
Oh, no! Favorites now appear in your Timeline like retweets. Here's why it doesn't matter.
The director of MIT's Center for Civic Media explains the trajectory of online advertising as we know it.
The former fugitive and computer antivirus software tycoon warned that, by letting the Googles of the world intrude on our privacy, we are giving up our freedom as human beings.
In response to questions raised by EU data protection agencies, Google published a point-by-point response explaining how it is currently processing the 91,000 removal requests it has already received.
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