My Generation is the last one to have known privacy and to have lived out most of our lives in freedom.
If this latest revelation from the New York Times doesn't drive President Trump to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, or convince Congress to impeach him, then we can't imagine what would.
The tech industry and consumer groups are gearing up for a fight as lawmakers begin considering whether to draft a national privacy law.
New Mexico is suing Google, Twitter, Tiny Labs, and other app developers for collecting data on children under 13-years-old without their parents' permission.
Pre-crime is taken to a new extreme to smoke out child abuse situations but to get there, millions of citizens will suffer privacy abuse.Many false positives will also be wrongfully abused. It this trading one kind of abuse for another? Indeed, Techn
Shapeshift, which recently announced a shift to a mandatory membership model, is now also shutting down its decentralized portfolio platform, Prism.
Many users have vowed to take their business elsewhere. For cryptocurrency holders seeking a non-custodial exchange, there are several Shapeshift alternatives to choose from, with varying degrees of privacy.
A damning report into Google data collection found that the Android operating system sends ten times more personal information, including location data, to the tech giant than Apple's iOS. The study caused an outcry on Twitter.