Saturday, September 21, 2019

Tag: privacy

Can Police Really Force You to Give...

Smartphones have increasingly become important aspects in our everyday lives. Likewise, they've become necessary tools for law enforcement officials working to solve a crime. On...

Home Depot ‘Aggressively’ Investigates Breach That May...

Home Depot is investigating a potential hacking that may have exposed customer data. The home improvement chain said Tuesday it is looking into "unusual activity"...

Heartbleed Remains a Threat: More Than 300,000...

Two months ago, security experts and Web users panicked when a Google engineer discovered a major bug — known as Heartbleed — that put...

European Court Says Google Must Delete Personal...

People have the right to have data about them deleted from online databases, the European Court of Justice says, in a ruling issued against...

Is Your Data Still at Risk From...

While many of the top websites in the world have protected themselves from the Heartbleed security vulnerability, plenty of them still need work —...

A Private Matter: Google Adjusts Gmail Users’...

Google is making headlines this week for a court motion it filed to have a case dismissed. The motion is being interpreted as Google's...

French Facebook Users In a Fury Believing...

Facebook has strenuously denied reports that old private messages are popping up in users' timelines on the site. The reports appear to have originated in...

Google Still In Possession of Data, Thought...

In May 2010, Google hit the headlines when it was revealed that street mapping cars had accidentally collected around 600GB of payload data from...

Is Your ‘Facebook Parenting’ Sacrificing Your Children’s...

Today's 30-somethings are the first generation whose children are coming of age alongside the social Web. Technology is making an indelible imprint on modern parenting,...