Privacy advocates are questioning whether the Los Angeles Police Department’s alleged use of a controversial cellphone tracking technology is legal.
Television host, legal commentator and author Loni Coombs stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss different red flags that might warrant invading your child’s privacy.
A proposal from federal regulators to require automakers to install devices that record driving data has some privacy advocates wondering exactly how the information might be used.
If you’ve ever taken a ride in a Los Angeles Fire Department ambulance, officials say your personal data could be at risk.
We all know companies collect data on us when we surf the web, but what about political campaigns?
A revised Air Force report is renewing privacy fears as drones appear poised to soon become a ubiquitous presence in the skies above U.S. cities.
Surveillance aircraft used by the U.S. military overseas could soon be coming to the skies above Los Angeles County.
Whether you like it or not, the federal government wants to be your friend on Facebook.
The breach at a third-party vendor that processes transactions for Visa and MasterCard may affect primarily merchant customers.
Federal regulators want to know why millions of Americans may be using cell phones loaded with software that tracks every single key stroke they make.
A privacy breach that exposed personal data for more than two dozen officers — including command staff — is now under investigation.
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?