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From gen Zers to baby boomers, here's how different age groups protect themselves online.
AT&T, Comcast, T-Mobile and Verizon were the four lowest performing companies in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's latest 'Who Has Your Back' report.
Google's removal policy now includes a category called "confidential, personal medical records of private people."
Google apparently has enough data about your online activity to serve you targeted advertisements without its controversial email scanning program.
Facebook begins testing new tools in India to give privacy-conscious individuals more control over who can download and share their profile photos.
While people say they care about privacy, that's apparently limited to their own.
Google's advertisers will soon be able to measure the success of their online campaigns based on credit card transaction data from physical stores.
Consumers have a growing sense of unease over loss of control when it comes to personal data.
What are you doing to demonstrate to your customers that their privacy is important to your company?
Unroll.Me is facing a backlash for selling user data to Uber, but people should know better by now about this industry-wide practice.
The ride hailing company also collected data from Unroll.me.
On Maps, Google is with you every step of the way. But you can do something about it.
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