(TECH NEWS) Wait, geofences do what? Law enforcement can pull your private data if you're in the wrong place at the wrong time.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Twitter releases private information affecting already hurting businesses, should this even be a surprise anymore? They have a history of privacy breaches.
(TECH NEWS) Phone privacy has had muddy waters with law enforcement, but now one ruling sets more strict conditions for even the FBI to look at...
(TECH NEWS) Facebook remains in hot water, but you can make a simple choice that puts you in control of your data. Check it out.
(EDITORIAL) DNA tests are all the rage currently but are they worth potentially having your genetic makeup sold and distributed?
(TECHNOLOGY) Facial recognition technology is happening, now. What does it mean, who does it benefit, and who makes the rules?
MeWe, a new social media site, seems to offer everything Facebook does and more, but with privacy as a foundation of its business model. Said MeWe...
(TECHNOLOGY) Although iOS only (for now), Jumbo has launched and could put a dent in some of the nefariousness of social media networks...
(TECHNOLOGY) Smart speakers are beloved, and oh so helpful, but they're always listening, no matter what tech companies say. This DIY stops that.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) ISIS is using Twitter, as always, to spread propaganda, but are they using *your* account to do it? Maybe.
(TECH NEWS) LinkedIn is known for helping professionals connect but that doesn't exempt the site from having the same privacy issues other social media sites face.
(TECHNOLOGY) With smart speakers like Alexa violating users' privacy expectations, a French startup seeks to turn the problem on its head.
(TECH NEWS) What to do if you buy a Smart TV but don't want outsiders using it to spy on you.
(TECH NEWS) It's more than just a number; your phone number can link you to a wealth of personal information that could be compromised more easily...
(TECH NEWS) Prey is the ultimate answer to combat a stolen device - going on the offense is sometimes the best defense.
(SOCIAL MEDIA) Facebook is in hot water again for how they track non-users (and many were unaware they ever did).
(OPINION EDITORIAL) When it comes to privacy and privacy invasions, we are our own worst enemies -- read your terms of service!
(BUSINESS NEWS) Amidst criticism of privacy concerns, Facebook continues to scratch their heads as to why video advertisements are generating low viewability among users.
(TECH NEWS) The Supreme Court has decided to hear a case regarding whether or not police are required to obtain a warrant before searching your cellphone.
(TECH NEWS) Ghostery is the new chrome extension that will help combat those pesky trackers to keep you and your information safe.
(TECH NEWS) ISPs want to invade our privacy, so here's a solution to sabotage their efforts.
(TECH NEWS) The Senate just threw us all under the bus and voted that our private information can be sold without permission.
(BUSINESS NEWS) Tech companies suck at protecting your privacy and you probably can't guess why.
(OP/ED) Reporters are observers, not politicians or influencers, but things can get out of hand when private becomes public.
(BUSINESS NEWS) No one wants to think about a tiny flying spy peeking over their fence or into their office window. This is where Dedrone has...
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