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Civil rights activist Patrick Breyer filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights over a German court ruling that identification be required for the...
Analysts say Google's record-setting $22.5 million fine from the FTC is a simple slap on the wrist, but the company takes a hit in the public eye for its bad behavior.
Two security organizations have released online tools that let Windows users check for possible infections by the surveillance malware Gauss.
As part of the deal, Facebook denies the allegations and makes no admission of guilt.
UPDATE: The $22.5 million civil penalty is the largest ever secured by the Federal Trade Commission for a violation of one of its orders.
Additional security would have prevented destruction of Wired reporter's digital life.
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Microsoft Tuesday said users of Windows 8 will be able to change the default setting for the "Do Not Track" privacy feature in Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) when they first run the new operating system.
A typical Web application is the target of an attack at least one in three days on average, according to a report released by data security firm Imperva.
Tech officials are warning House subcommittee members that foriegn cloud services providers are trying to exploit perceived weaknesses in privacy laws to drive business away from U.S. providers.
A tool for testing if Web application firewalls (WAFs) are vulnerable to around 150 protocol-level evasion techniques was released at the Black Hat event.
Search Engines in general and Google in particular know a lot about everyone.
We're in for a "constant state of asymmetric warfare" that goes beyond traditional notions of war nation-states.
Security researchers are expected to disclose new vulnerabilities in near field communication (NFC), mobile baseband firmware, HTML5 and Web application...
California's top legal official has put the tech industry on notice that she intends to get tough on behalf of digital privacy.