Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
A deep setting in Firefox lets you reduce tracking even further than Do Not Track. It seems to be a dead end, but the path is being well trod.
A massive breach in the private data of a firm that sells software to governments to spy on communications shows that jailbroken iPhones are vulnerable.
Will Apple's efforts to focus on the security and privacy of its customers lead us to a safer future?
The Apple CEO is highly critical of companies that sell personal user data -- email, search queries and even photos -- to advertisers. But is Cook throwing stones in Apple's glass house?
The USA Freedom Act was earlier passed by the House of Representatives.
Well-intentioned attempts to help users improve security could leave them more vulnerable than they think.
BitTorrent is taking a page from Snapchat with disappearing encrypted messages.
Knock has extended from the iPhone to the Watch to let you unlock your Mac with a tap. This is more of what the future will bring.
Apple's latest earnings show a huge uptick in revenue from China, now the company's second biggest market after the US. But China demands a lot from companies that do business within its borders.
Malicious parties could force iOS devices in public places to reboot continuously because of the intersection of two flaws, one longstanding.
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