While there are ways for consumers to encrypt their data, digital rights advocates say more needs to be done to protect users' privacy in a post-Roe world.
"I overheard my neighbor talking about what time I get up in the day."
"And how exactly is she a bad mother for not wanting a picture of her baby going around online? SIL is just being immature," one user said.
Past actions may predict what we can expect for the future.
"Massive red flag," one user said.
The woman said she was a troubled teen and wrote "angry, terrible rants" in her diary; but said it was her sister's fault for secretly reading her diary.
"I'd immediately create another video with you posing with her cleaning stuff and tag her or whatever you do on tik tok," one user said.
We need a federal privacy law to reinstate confidence in the confidentiality of the patient-provider relationship.
"Feeling like the worst mother in the world right now," shared the mom on the viral post.
Prince Harry's "violent outburst" over a photographer hiding in bushes at a wedding led friends to question Meghan Markle's influence on him, a new book states.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have between them launched an average of around three lawsuits a year since 2019—against both the British government and media.
More men than women—one in four—had access to their partner's bank account details.
Prince Harry has so far sued "The Mail on Sunday" twice, with his latest lawsuit still ongoing.
"I thought that this was the best solution until we can convince Jaiden to behave more appropriately," the dad said.
Data suggests many women are swapping apps amid concerns that their health data could be used in abortion trials.
"I'm so so sorry this is happening to you...thank you for sharing your story and helping others be aware," wrote one commenter.
"We are concerned that anti-abortion prosecutors and other actors will attempt to access and leverage personal information."
Karl Larsen has a YouTube channel with Meghan Markle's father, but the photographer's own actions echo his co-host's past paparazzi trauma.
Karl Larsen—who started a YouTube channel with Thomas Markle—photographed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at the polo and visited the house next to her mother's.
Social media users claim Ancestry.com customer DNA is now owned by investment firm Blackstone after a multi-billion dollar deal.
One commenter told the woman to end the relationship as she would "never be able to unsee" what was discovered.
"Unless you go through society with a veil on, people are going to see your face," one online user said in response.
Chaya Raichik's unveiling as the woman behind Libs of TikTok reignited the discussions about "doxxing" and anonymity on social media.
Meghan Markle previously declared her copyright victory over a British tabloid "precedent setting" but now the U.K. Government is proposing a change in the law.
Russians appear to be flocking to download internet privacy apps from mobile stores as the country's government exerts control over what information can be spread online.
She said when her neighbor, who is in his 50s, first approached her she did not know what he was talking about.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "need to start suing" YouTubers in an echo of rapper Cardi B's lawsuit, Newsweek's The Royal Report podcast has been told.
The rapper, who has just won millions in a defamation lawsuit, posted a tweet about talking to the Duchess of Sussex.
In her book 'Privacy is Power,' Carissa Véliz explores how governments and corporations exploit personal data and the questionable ethics behind it.