Facebook may be facing the biggest fine ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for privacy violations involving the personal information of its 2.2 billion users.
Amazon, Facebook and Google don't need to spy on your conversations to know what you're talking about
If you've ever wondered if your phone is spying on you, you're not alone. One of the most hotly debated topics in technology today is the amount of data that firms surreptitiously gather about us online. You may well have ...
Dropping Facebook may be tougher than it appears for Samsung smartphone owners.
Technology companies have been pummeled by revelations about how poorly they protect their customers' personal information, including an in-depth New York Times report detailing the ability of smartphone apps to track users' ...
Austria's national post office found itself under fire Tuesday for collecting and selling information about customers' political allegiances in what privacy campaigners say bears similarities to the Facebook data-sharing ...
Apple is not among the exhibitors at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show, but that didn't prevent the iPhone maker from sending a message to attendees on a large billboard.
A law requiring internet companies in Vietnam to remove content communist authorities deem to be against the state came into effect Tuesday, in a move critics called "a totalitarian model of information control".
Facebook is closing out 2018 the same way it began the year: in defense mode.
Slack says it mistakenly deactivated accounts for some of the users of its work-focused messaging service this week as it implemented a system update to comply with U.S. economic sanctions and trade embargoes.