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"It does appear to be more like a spy in a pocket rather than an app to help make an informed decision who to vote for," one security commentator told Newsweek.
New documents reveal how Department of Motor Vehicles across the country sell your driver's license information to credit companies, private investigators and banks.
Millions can open bank accounts and make cashless transactions and financial access for marginalized groups has improved. But concerns over surveillance and the security of people's information remain.
The court will decide if U.S. police will need a warrant to access past cellphone location information kept by wireless carriers.
Apps aren't required to declare who they share data with—and when they do, it's often buried in long legal documents that a typical customer won't read, much less understand.
German authorities are investigating why personal information was strewn across a town's streets.
It may seem paradoxical, but data about innocent individuals can serve to identify the criminal.
Hackers can watch video from baby monitors and remotely disable them, says report.
A new report says Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA has significantly hurt U.S. tech firms' foreign sales
The CEO also attacked attempts by Washington to build backdoors into products.
Facebook is "secretly amass[ing] the world's largest privately held database of consumer biometrics data," according to the suit.
Participants volunteer personal biological information for researchers and scientists.
The doll, critics say, could be used as a surveillance tool, among other things.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
NSA reports released through FOIA lawsuit detail range of unlawful surveillance practices.
This Christmas, e-waste levels are likely to be higher than ever.
Facebook team answers community questions in second global town hall.
Can U.S. courts order tech companies to target customers with spyware?
With consumers buying more electronics on Black Friday, it's time we start disposing of our old ones responsibly