The 2018 U.S. midterms are less than eight months away, and Congress has done nothing to close loopholes that enable political advertising on social media to fuel disinformation and division. Time for legislators to get to work.
Facebook scoops up users' data as they navigate across the internet, but its far from the only one.
Facebook's entire user base braces to find out who was affected in the data misuse scandal.
It shouldn't surprise you that Facebook has all your data.
Apple's iOS 11.3 update features new Animoji, a new privacy & data notice, a battery performance fix and much more.
Monero, an "experimental" cryptocurrency, is popular with extremists and criminals who seek to operate outside of the eye of law enforcement.
Or if you're in a good mood, you can give them a thumbs-up and a wave.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg responded to the Cambridge Analytica data collection controversy Wednesday afternoon as Silicon Valley and concerned users continue to criticize the social media giant.
MoviePass says it has no plans to sell customer metrics to third parties.
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.
Searches of devices intrude upon privacy and infringe freedoms of expression, association, and the press.
The records come from at least nine states, and the seller claims to have more.
New "sophisticated" malware-as-a-service and ransomware-as-a-service attacks known as MacSpy and MacRansom allow anyone to pay to carry out an attack.
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.
Internet providers would have to introduce back doors for intelligence agencies under the proposals.