Chelsea Manning supports the technology behind Bitcoin and believes that it can be used to store information but added that she is not in support of BTC being used for payments.
Technology companies could have their data bought by data brokers which could hand over that data to prosecutors seeking abortion providers and seekers.
The Infrastructure Bill passed through the doors of the House of Representatives on Nov. 5 reaching the Oval Office, marking the first major reform to be passed by the Biden administration.
After Amazon stock dipped, a French fashion mogul surpassed Bezos as the richest man in the world.
European Union privacy regulator ruled that Amazon did not comply with its privacy protection law.
After crackdown on Didi, China announces investigation on three major technology services in an attempt to tighten its national data security.
Facebook and Instagram updated their application prompts encouraging users to enable tracking to keep Facebook running for free.
While there's nothing wrong with letting your children explore and enjoy the internet, parental control apps are necessary to give them proper guidance and help them stay safe. KidsGuard Pro is a great option as it gives you lots of security features at an affordable price.
Joseph Johnson, 33, of Wyandanch, was indicted Wednesday for the bizarre crime that happened at a Wyandanch home in September.
Meghan Markle calls out tabloids after violating her privacy.
WhatsApp flap shows importance of message platform to Facebook
Canada probe concludes Clearview AI breached privacy laws
Spotify recently won a new patent that will let it listen to and analyze users' voices and the noise around them so it can make better recommendations.
The Chinese government may be collecting Americans' biometric information as a weapon to "control the world's biodata."
Apple's plans to allow users to opt-out of ad targeting could cost Facebook and Google billions, and may result in a lawsuit.
Germany's far-right AfD braces for surveillance
On their "Charli and Dixie: 2 Chix" podcast, TikTok sensations Charli and Dixie D’Amelio slammed the paparazzi lurking outside of their homes and following them around.
Meghan Markle's four aides do not want to take sides in her privacy lawsuit against Mail Online.
India urges WhatsApp to withdraw new data-sharing policy
Users are abandoning the Facebook-owned messaging service.
Court to hear Meghan's privacy case against newspaper
WhatsApp delays data sharing change after backlash
The Zobi Hedgehog not only provides cyber security for home Wi-Fi networks, it can also help make your network run more efficiently
WhatsApp made a major announcement that had users downloading rival messaging app Signal instead.
Singapore admits police can access contact-tracing data
Twitter Reacts To Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's Podcast Featuring Archie: 'Hypocrisy And Superficiality'
Some Twitter users called Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hypocrites for featuring their son Archie in their podcast despite their call for privacy.
Cupertino tech giant Apple has responded to Facebook’s latest tirade against its new privacy rules preventing apps from tracking users without their consent, a report says.
Facebook ran national newspaper ads calling out Apple out for its privacy measures.
Apple's new Privacy Labels feature for all apps across App Stores is now live. Here's what they can do.
France fines Google, Amazon 135 mn euros