Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
Turkey's prime minster reportedly called the sites tools of propaganda
Microsoft today rolled back its commitment to the nearly-dead "Do Not Track" standard, saying it would no longer automatically switch on the signal in its browsers.
The organization's current proposal is to reject future CNNIC-issued certificates, but to trust existing ones
Texas said RadioShack has only temporarily removed the customer data from the sale
The user data could still be sold someday, though, and the union of two troubled companies may or may not pay off. Stay tuned as the drama unfolds!
Some implementations of the multicast DNS protocol are configured to accept queries from the Internet, which is a risky behavior
But the rogue advertising problem extends way beyond browser add-ons, unfortunately.
The organization wants a court to force the FAA to come up with privacy regulations concerning drones.
'This is an improvement, but it doesn't do nearly enough,' one privacy advocate said.
Facebook slammed the report, claiming it contains factual inaccuracies.
A House committee approves a second bill, despite concerns about consumer privacy
The ruling from an appeals court could lead to claims from millions of British users
A 'special rapporteur' is to be appointed for a period of three years
The provision in the Patriot Act that allows for the bulk collection of metadata expires in June.
Bankruptcy sale is said to include millions of customer names and addresses.