Sandwiched between a promise to protect Mexico’s election and the announcement of a gaming platform was a notification that a bug had impacted 14 million users.
Monero, an "experimental" cryptocurrency, is popular with extremists and criminals who seek to operate outside of the eye of law enforcement.
Former White House adviser says America needs to catch up with Europe in protecting its citizens' data.
The wildly popular app has started to raise some concerns about data privacy.
Secretary Kelly had previously emphasized that the searches, happening at airports and other ports of entry, were targeting foreigners.
The court will decide if U.S. police will need a warrant to access past cellphone location information kept by wireless carriers.
As medical crowdfunding becomes more common, we need to explore its potential risks.
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.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll showed Americans were more reluctant to share personal information than when the poll last asked the question four years ago.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter met with ministers following the London terror attack last week.
How can you protect yourself from companies following you online?
“Congress should know by now that when you come for the internet, the internet comes for you,” one critic said.
Facebook and Instagram developers are now banned from using data for surveillance purposes.
The new software makes it possible for people to scan faces on their phones.
Open Rights Group director Jim Killock says 'Snooper's Charter' is unprecedented.
Hague's comments come as controversial 'Snooper's Charter' IP Bill passes through parliament.