Analysis: Speculation of a rival social network in the works from Samsung was lively while it lasted, but it simply ain't so -- and here's why.
Evidon's Global Tracking Report says the biggest Web trackers are Google and Facebook.
Analysis: Microsoft's plan to make Do Not Track the default in IE10 has been killed dead by the ad industry. Anybody surprised?
Internet Explorer 10 will ship with Do Not Track settings turned on by default. That's good news for you and me; not so good for the online ad industry.
How easy is it to get a Facebook botnet to do your bidding? All you need is cash, the right software, and a list of fake accounts. I did it in 10 minutes for less than $70.
Fake Facebook accounts are flourishing and the social network appears oblivious to the fraud.
After Facebook's IPO, the only way the company can boost revenues is by sharing more and more of your data. So enjoy what little privacy you have left before it's gone.
Facebook might start charging users to promote their posts to friends. How much is that Facebook post worth to you?
When these ten guys pull the power strings of the Internet, everyone jumps.
Analysis: Wonder how much of your personal data Facebook apps like Cityville or Words With Friends are sucking down? PrivacyScore has the answer.
Want to stop private companies from sharing your personal information with Uncle Sam? Better hope the U.S. Congress doesn't OK this ill-conceived legislation.
Flame wars, leakage, nasty Polish texting -- six more tales of dirty duty in IT.
Facebook 'Likejacking' scams can fool even the savviest users. But behind the scammers lie some of the powerful marketing firms in the world.
A new site called Priveazy aims to make protecting your data on Facebook and everywhere else simple and effective. It might well succeed.