Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
Microsoft, Google and some other tech companies are backing Facebook.
Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication
It's the latest initiative by the company to help its members make sure they're not over-sharing on the social networking site.
Whether you're storing old tax returns or the occasional naughty photo, some files deserve some extra security. Here's how to keep them private.
Once more unto the password breach, dear friends, once more. Two-factor authentication might not have necessarily saved Jennifer Lawrence from getting hacked, but using it is still a good idea.
Contrary to Internet rumors, Facebook says that its Messenger app isn't really spying on you.
Children's accounts could go legit if Google can satisfy privacy requirements
In the rush to get wearable devices to market, attention hasn't always been paid to security and privacy.
A recent study of the 400 most popular iOS and Android apps reveals that nearly all free apps collect users' personal data.
Facebook and OKCupid experiment on users. So what's wrong with that?
The use of such tracking tools may be unknown to most users, according to a research paper
China's state-run television says that iOS 7's location services could inadvertently expose state secrets.
New information published by the Washington Post shows that much of the data intercepted by the NSA comes from individuals not suspected of any wrongdoing.
What keeps Internet experts up at night? Pew Research Center's latest study gives us a glimpse.