Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
A federal appeals court will rule on the constitutionality of National Security Letters
Loss of trust in Internet companies could lead to protectionism and a splintered Internet, experts from major Internet companies said at a town hall meeting on Thursday.
The government's current laws violate Twitter's First Amendment rights, the company says.
The agency's collection of U.S. communications has privacy controls in place, a report says.
It is time for the US to show it can be trusted, Andrus Ansip said
Fourteen companies have promised not to sell student data or use it for advertising
So far the documents remain under wraps because they cover ongoing investigations into the alleged breach of EU citizens' rights
The social network disappeared off the Web in the past few months
Google's ban on Glass facial recognition gets sidestepped by the police.
A rebuilt advertising server makes use of Facebook user data across the wider Web
Just because they're your friends doesn't mean they won't totally troll your Facebook if given the chance.
Legislation can't protect people from their own stupidity, Günther Oettinger told the European Parliament during his confirmation hearing.
Atlas lets advertisers target you on third-party sites and apps using your Facebook info.
Microsoft, Google and some other tech companies are backing Facebook.
Shades of "The Wire": The agency has talked to Apple and Google about concerns that new security will help criminals, the director says.