Anonymous apps let you speak your mind, but at what cost?
The U.S. tax agency releases its "Dirty Dozen" of leading tax scams that have surfaced, urging consumers to take care.
Changes to Facebook's policy do away with previous visibility restrictions.
Researchers have developed tag-based software to control who can see your files.
A new function will let users block certain inquiries or individuals and remove them from a user's network.
Do foreign intelligence agencies have the right to intercept privileged communications between lawyers and clients?
The German data protection authority recommended Swiss WhatsApp alternatives Threema and myEnigma
Despite the rumors, managing director Gabe Newell swears his company doesn't care about your gross browsing habits.
Participants made 96,000 calls to Congress to protest surveillance programs and will send 555,000 email messages as pat of the "Day We Fight Back".
Facebook settled a suit over its Sponsored Stories ads, but now privacy advocates say the network isn’t doing enough to protect kids’ information.