A European initiative involving eight countries has produced a new technology that will track the potential spread of coronavirus.
The sound of coronavirus: Israeli apps helping contain pandemic
The app was developed by Apple in partnership with the CDC, FEMA, and the White House Coronavirus Task Force.
It is clear there must be some restrictions on normal life to fight a pandemic. But we risk the crisis response becoming an overreach and imposing limits on personal freedoms that could last long after this virus is defeated.
The United States now leads the world in the number of new COVID-19 cases in one day -- almost 11,000.
Prince William and Kate Middleton had a head built outside their home in Kensington Palace for more privacy and protection as they prepare for their future roles.
Republican lawmakers have accused the app of sharing users' data with Beijing
The days of collecting and monetizing data unbeknownst to the consumer are quickly coming to an end.
Dating app maker Match Group backs US bill seen as privacy threat
Apple has rejected apps developed by four developers. These apps show stats about which nations have confirmed coronavirus cases.
Tech giants free to censor content under US Constitution: ruling
Canada privacy watchdog probes facial recognition startup
Sacha Baron Cohen and Elon Musk gang-up on "emperor" Mark Zuckerberg.
Famous horror author Stephen King has decided to quit Facebook over its poor handling of political misinformation.
Facebook's settlement puts spotlight on 'biometric privacy'
Big hit for Facebook as latest results show cracks in growth
The department of transportation had shared a photo, which depicted a shadow that looked like a human figure but larger in size.
Google says it will phase out web-tracking 'cookies'
Apple changed the location tracking feature with iOS 13, which is now becoming annoying not only to users but also to app developers.
A Utah man is trying to blur the line between man and machine by implanting four chips, which makes him the real-life version of "Avengers" Tony Stark.
A law made to regulate the use of facial recognition technology has been rendered defunct due to the wide use of iPhones.
As US Congress delays on privacy, California law in focus
China names and shames tech giants for app privacy violations
In a rare occurrence, Republicans and Democrats stood united and confronted Apple and Facebook about data encryption.