If you’re headed for the malls for some Christmas shopping on Black Friday, you may want to consider turning off your cell phone.
If you’re finding it tough to stay off of Facebook, you may soon find it even harder to keep your words off of Google.
Do you ever feel like you’re being watched while trying on clothes in a store dressing room?
Should school districts faced with budget cuts and layoffs consider investing in improved security cameras to crack down on widespread property theft?
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen argued that the commuter rail system infringed on their privacy rights by installing cameras to monitor engineers.
A letter from Facebook and other firms calls SB 242 “unnecessary,” claiming that the bill would not only hinder growth in the state’s tech sector, but that it may potentially violate First Amendment rights.
Representatives from firms like Apple and Google testified on Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary subcommittee tapped to investigate what’s being called “Locationgate”.
Apple is updating the iPhone to reduce the amount of time the device stores information about its users’ whereabouts.
Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon says she sometimes sits in her car crying because she cannot go out in public as much as she’d like.
A proposed law to keep your online habits private may face strong opposition from online advertisers and trade groups.
If you’re a customer of banks like JPMorgan Chase & Co., and retailers like Best Buy Co. or Walgreen Co., be on the lookout for a new email scam likely headed your way.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that 10 popular Facebook applications have been transmitting users’ personal identifying information to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies.
With mortgage rates at record lows, it may be the right time to buy a home. Just don’t expect your personal data to be kept as private as before.
Although the names and social security numbers of dozens of personnel were openly displayed, officials say the data was only available for a matter of minutes before it was caught.