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Amazon, Google Race to Get Your DNA Into the Cloud
Both companies are seeking bragging rights in helping scientists make new medical discoveries and market share in a business that may be worth $1 billion a year by 2018.
U.S. Officials Report Massive Breach of Federal Personnel Data
A foreign entity or government is believed to be behind the cyber attack.
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Apple Ups Its Streaming Music Game: Weekly News Roundup
The tech giant is expected to unveil a paid music-streaming service at its annual developer conference.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Can't Be Interrupted? Polite Ways to Say 'Do Not Disturb'
These simple signals can help enhance your workplace privacy.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
Google Increases User Privacy Controls
The new features are in response to increasing concern over how the search giant collects and uses its massive amounts of data.
Facebook 'Tramples European Privacy Law,' Watchdog Says
The Privacy Protection Commission has launched a blistering attack after trying to find out more about the U.S. social media giant's practices.
How You Can Better Protect Your Privacy
Make sure you've done all you can to prevent identity theft by implementing these tips.
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Starbucks Denies Reports Its Mobile App Was Hacked
The coffee chain denied reports that said cyber-criminals had used its mobile payments app to siphon money from its customers.
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Employee Says She Was Fired for Refusing to Be Tracked 24/7
The attorney filing the suit says she foresees a legal trend around privacy and productivity tracking.
Snapchat Complies With Government Data Requests at a Higher Rate Than Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook and Google
This, according to the company's first ever transparency report.
Google Fails to Dismiss Privacy Lawsuit Over Google Wallet
The tech giant has been accused of invading the privacy of users of its Google Wallet electronic payment service by sharing their personal information with outside app developers.
Facebook Faces Off With Belgian Privacy Commission Over Privacy Accusations
A new study calls Facebook's privacy and data collection policies into legal question but the social giant says the authors of the research never reached out to them.
The Guardian Backpedals, Says Whisper Doesn't Actually Spy on Users
You Can Now Appoint Someone to Manage Your Facebook Account After You Die
Facebook is giving users more dominion over what happens to their digital assets in death.
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