Privacy Policies: Page 4
Clearly, the latest report from Pew shows we're conflicted, because we're still all on Facebook.
After a 14-month long investigation, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is expected to announce on Thursday a settlement involving the ride-hailing company.
A law student is suing the social network over its privacy policies, and more than 25,000 people are signatories.
There are valid reasons why the company has asked to collect info stored on your phone.
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.
In a committee report, the tech giant is putting its foot down about where people can be 'forgotten' online.
The ride service said it will provide training for employees, making policies easier for customers to understand, and tightening access controls.
As the FTC cracks down on non-compliant businesses, understanding the importance of children's online privacy and protection is even more important for small businesses.
The big social network also has the unfortunate distinction of being the company viewed as most likely to have a corporate scandal.
Two financial regulatory groups have announced that their jointly produced software program, Soltra Edge, will become available on Dec. 2.
Forget the features list and ease of use. There are some serious implications to consider with the companies privacy policies.
The social network will give its researchers 'clearer guidelines' for future experimentations -- but just what these guidelines are is anyone's guess.