Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
Contrary to Internet rumors, Facebook says that its Messenger app isn't really spying on you.
Users will be able to revoke permissions previously granted to apps starting with Firefox OS 2.1
ICReach sought to provide easy access to billions of pieces of communications metadata
If you've got strict divisions between your work and play identities online, what's the easiest way to keep the two worlds from colliding? Here are three suggestions.
Your employer may let you take a company laptop home, but that doesn't mean they're not looking over your shoulder.
Jay Rockefeller raises concerns about airlines collecting and sharing personal information
Germany's BND intelligence agency accidentally spied on two US Secretaries of State while keeping tabs on terror suspects.
The Center for Digital Democracy calls on the FTC to investigate 30 companies
MonsterMind could fire back at suspected attackers without human intervention, Snowden says
Xiaomi apologized on Sunday for causing privacy concerns related to its phones
Facebook is seeking important rulings on the collection of bulk user data under gag orders
The commercial court referred referred the case to the regional court
The former NSA contractor gets a three-year residency permit from the Russian government
Google removes over 50 links to Wikipedia from search results in Europe
The commercial court in Vienna will probably know on Friday if it will accept the case