Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
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
Adware. Bloatware. Crapware, Whatever you call it, Superfish shows how something annoying can turn scary. It's time for PCWorld to say enough is enough.
The changed rule would extend the authority of federal judges to issue warrants for searching computers
The secure device maker is also holding a press conference at the show where the tablet could be announced.
The price of convenience, though, is handing your contact details not just to GCHQ but also to a tribunal and Privacy Internatinoal
Obliging telecom companies to retain customer data for months to help the police catch criminals is disproportionate, the DPA said
President Barack Obama wants the U.S. government and industry to work more closely on cybersecurity and went to Stanford University to deliver his message.
President Obama pushed for more cyberthreat information sharing between the private sector and government during a speech at Stanford University in California.
Netatmo weather stations upload Wi-Fi passwords and SSIDs to the company's servers over insecure connections
Only the Greens in the European Parliament still oppose the plan