Legal reform on abortion is of course necessary, but it is not sufficient.
Is Twitch down or offline? The service is reportedly experiencing issues. Find out what's happening and when it will go back online, here.
If you think Facebook and Google invade your privacy, imagine what hackers could do with a minute-to-minute log of your disease symptoms, behaviors, locations and even your appearance and conversations.
Cuomo described the practices detailed in the report about Facebook's information collection as "an outrageous abuse of privacy."
Cancer is a term encompassing many different diseases—there are many reasons to be skeptical over "cure" claims.
"The signals we have analyzed indicate that the there was a 25-minute shutdown that has gone unexplained."
"By the best available measures of the files' contents and metadata, the data was generated over decades, with the oldest data originating in 1986 and the most recent modified in 2016," read a report summary released today.
The names, birth dates and addresses of nearly 1,000 people were leaked.
A BBC report makes connections between Kremlin-linked Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg and Amazon Web Services, which is bidding to store top secret U.S. military data.
Developers using uninstall trackers can flood you with ads to reinstall their software.
A new series about Jean-Luc Picard has assembled a very "Star Trek: Discovery" creative team.
Researchers say the hatching "eggs" are the first of their kind in the world.
The study, part of a project to better understand genetic variations that give people a higher likelihood of using cannabis, analyzed data from more than 180,000 people.
The newly arrived Yandex Taxi app is a product of one of Russia's most successful and popular digital companies—and Lithuanian officials are suspicious.
The incident is being investigated by the British data protection authority.
Telecom companies will now have to store all user communications for six months.
"Are we comfortable with the idea of calling and location data being trawled through for the purpose of hunting down people who might not really be guilty of anything more serious than wanting to come here and work?" a Cato Institute privacy and security expert asked.
A Cambridge Analytica whistleblower says Bannon was looking for the build-up of an "arsenal of weapons to fight that war."
The app allowed users to take psychometric tests.