Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
A malicious rewriting system tied to China highlights the perils of ordinary unsecured connections hijacked by governments and criminals.
The ruling from an appeals court could lead to claims from millions of British users
The leak of the information could help phishing campaigns.
That's the assurance from the companies involved with the mobile framework's first five apps
In part 1 of a series on PGP, Glenn Fleishman explains the problem with email and why end-to-end encryption is within your reach.
Netatmo weather stations upload Wi-Fi passwords and SSIDs to the company's servers over insecure connections
Verizon is rethinking how it tampers with user web traffic just as the U.S. Senate starts asking questions.
Apple should provide more granular controls for location tracking, and families need to understand how device wiping works.
Put your contact info on your lock screen and hope someone decent finds it.
Facebook's privacy settings are a labyrinth of information. Here's what you need to know.
Competing car-hailing companies are falling all over themselves to win your trust.
The mobile carrier says it was testing the tracking technology, but it didn't rule out reintroducing permacookies in the future.
The company stands by its new feature, which doesn’t share your search results with third parties.
Atlas lets advertisers target you on third-party sites and apps using your Facebook info.
The lawsuit alleges that Apple has been disclosing iPhone user data to third-parties
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