Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
The U.S. government still supports using encryption but has questions about law enforcement access to data
They want Congress to give greater protections from police searches to documents stored in the cloud for more than 180 days
That's the assurance from the companies involved with the mobile framework's first five apps
The law requiring Dutch telecommunications operators and ISPs to retain customer data violates fundamental privacy rights
Four senators resurrect a bill that would allow consumers to see and correct personal information held by data brokers
The agency will host a series of meetings on privacy best practices for drones in the coming months.
The NSA leaker's lawyers are negotiating a return to the US to face charges
The proposed consumer privacy bill of rights allows companies to limit consumer control, critics say
Something needs to change soon to save the EU's data protection reform, the groups said
The approval will be the last before the relevant statute in the Patriot Act comes up for renewal
Coming up on WTU this week Samsung faces a complaint from a privacy group on eavesdropping TVs, Google debuts YouTube Kids to generate content and marketing opportunities and we let you know what trends we'll expect at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
US Senator Al Franken started probing this month into the voice recognition technologies of Samsung and LG TVs
The U.S. should be able to craft a legal framework to let government agencies read encrypted data, NSA director Michael Rogers says.
Edward Snowden shook up the US security establishment with revelations of NSA surveillance
Lenovo's chief technology officer Peter Hortensius tells PCWorld that by Friday the company will publish an app to remove the Superfish adware from affected computers. But this doesn't mean adware won't return to Lenovo PCs, either.
Google will also be subject to quarterly checks in Italy