"I've been able to buy a pregnancy test with no problem my entire life. There's no reason they need that information," the buyer said.
"I would be shocked if he doesn't have some sort of spyware or tracking program set up on your phone and/or computer," one user commented.
A military couple is using a recent cross-country move as a way to warn other families to properly monitor their belongings.
Justin Bankhead warned would-be thieves: "If you're going out there, you are going to get caught. People are smarting up."
The woman was alerted to the fact she was being tracked after a notification popped up on her iPhone.
On top of encouraging transparency and accountability, statistics and graphs empower employees to keep track of their own production.
Record label KQ Entertainment has announced plans to take legal action and pursue "punishment without any leniency" after the surveillance gadget was found on the boy band's bus.
SaferWatch works by connecting schools directly with a 911 communications center, where users can send messages and photos to a dispatcher.
After receiving an iPhone notification, TikToker @_ashleyscarlett followed the sound playing from the AirTag to located the device.
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Trump won each of the four states against Hillary Clinton in 2016, but a new poll shows Biden with single-digit leads in each.
"It's going to take us a while to really map and trace this particular virus, map it through its experience in humans, and get the scientific evidence of where this virus originated."
American adults who are eligible for the payments can expect to receive up to $1,200 from the government, with an extra $500 paid out to parents per child.
Trackers went "crazy" over the weekend, says OCEARCH, a marine conservation nonprofit, as great white sharks migrated from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico for the winter.
A note explaining the need for the new bill read: "Information shared by soldiers on the internet or mass media is used...in certain cases to form a biased assessment of Russia's state policy."
A group opposing the legalization of marijuana across the U.S.—out of fear it will become "the next Big Tobacco"—unveiled an online tool to track industry donations to federal politicians.
Facebook scoops up users' data as they navigate across the internet, but its far from the only one.
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For some, the time-honored Christmas tradition is a welcome distraction from the incoming administration.
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Despite Holder's recent announcement, documents show information from DEA database can be used in majority of seizures.
New York Times investigation reveals a growing and unchecked Postal Service surveillance program