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We take a “faces-on” first look at SensibleVision’s FastAccess facial-recognition technology.
The assembly vote approved legislation to prohibit state law enforcement personnel from obtaining location data from an individual's GPS-enabled mobile devices without a warrant.
Here are some ways to beef up security on your digital life -- before someone hacks into your digital life.
Industrial Ethernet switches and other devices produced by industrial networking equipment manufacturer RuggedCom contain a vulnerability that could be exploited...
A coalition of 17 advocacy groups filed complaints on Wednesday with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission against five prominent companies, including McDonald's...
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.
Need to share some private data but don't want to risk a hack attack? Free service OneShar.es offers secure, self-destructing email.
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.