Online Privacy

'Sign in With Apple' Promises Better Customer Experiences But Is It Just More Lock-in?

Sign In with Apple is yet another manifestation of Apple's commitment to consumer privacy as a brand.

Aaron Parecki

After a Rough Year, Facebook Is Giving Privacy a Try

'This isn't just about a few new features. This is a big change in how we're building these products and running our company,' Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says at F8.

Michael Kan

Why Google and Facebook Should Be Treated Like Banks

Our personal data has become such a valuable asset that tech giants should be forced to use it fairly -- and deliver returns back to us

Pavel Bains

We Need an Internet Bill of Rights

We cannot preserve the good things about the internet if all the bad things are left unchecked.

Apple Will Let All Users Download Their Collected Personal Data

European users can do it right now thanks to GDPR.

Until We Ban Data Brokers, Online Privacy Is a Pipe Dream

Facebook is only the first of a wave of artificial intelligence that will seek to manipulate us. To stop them, we need to stop them from sharing data.

Sascha Segan

12 Privacy Mistakes that Can Cost You Your Job in 2018

Countless people have lost their jobs due to easily-avoidable privacy mistakes.

Glassdoor

How to Create an Anonymous Email Account

It's not easy to be anonymous on the internet. Here's how you can stay hidden even on email.

Eric Griffith

3 Ways to Boost Your Online Brand by Respecting Privacy

Consumers have soured on the trade in their personal data. A few companies are carving out a niche by rejecting Orwellian practices.

How to Set Up Google's Advanced Protection Program

The process is pretty straightforward, but be prepared to buy two security keys if you don't already own them.

Michael Kan

Microsoft Drops Lawsuit in Secrecy Case the Government Probably Didn't Want You to Know About

The Department of Justice agrees to cease routinely demanding data companies not tell customers about search warrants.

Peter Page