A new California law prohibits employers and universities from requiring or requesting social media log-in information from employees, potential employees, students, potential students, and student groups.
An ECPA reform act and a Global Free Internet Act aim to protect online innovation, user privacy, and free speech.
Some Facebook users thought their private messages were appearing on their walls. Turns out those were just old wall posts they'd forgotten about.
Hackers are everywhere, but they tend to be a bit lazy. By following a few key security measures, you can greatly reduce your risk of being victimized by a life-changing exploit.
Kickstarter is afraid of being seen as a "store," rather than a crowd-funding platform for projects that haven't yet come to fruition.
In an effort to get more merchants to use its coupons, Groupon is offering a new payment system with a "lowest rates" guarantee.
As two hackers face years in prison for targeting the fast-food chain, now's a good time to shore up your company's POS and remote desktop systems.
An innocent man has been fined 150 euros ($200) for failing to secure his Wi-Fi network.
A new bill will require warrants for authorities to access e-mail and other private online communications.
Apple is demanding that the trademark of an online Polish grocer be revoked
Why you shouldn't add just anyone on Facebook, even hot-looking women.
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg may be facing charges related to a hack at an IT firm, not with his dealings with the Pirate Bay.
Everything you ever wanted to know about tethering on your Android phone.
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