Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
Mozilla has rolled out the eleventh beta of Firefox 4, adding the "Do Not Track" feature it touted three weeks ago to the browser.
A considerable number of Facebook and Google users worry about privacy and malware when using the social networking site and search engine, according to a survey from Gallup Poll and USA Today.
Apple has been hit with another lawsuit accusing it of privacy violations for the way it shares information collected from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users with advertisers.
Consumer Watchdog, an advocacy group largely focused in recent years on Google's privacy practices, has called on a congressional investigation into the Internet giant's relationship with the Obama administration.
Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox browser, is working a feature that will allow users to opt-out of online behavioral advertising.
Millions of e-mail addresses and passwords may have been stolen from Trapster, an online service that warns iPhone, Android and BlackBerry owners of police...
Apple and others sued over alleged app privacy violations.
The Wall Street Journal warns that iPhone and Android apps are sharing your personal data with advertisers, but should you really be worried?
The FCC confirmed that it's investigating whether Google broke any federal eavesdropping laws when collecting data for its controversial Street View mapping service.
Internet giants such as Facebook and Google could soon be forced to reveal more to European Internet users about what they are doing with their private data.
Google is facing fresh complaints over Street View in Germany, after technical problems caused some properties to be visible rather than blurred.
Google said it won preliminary approval to settle a class action lawsuit related to alleged privacy violations caused by its Buzz social networking service.
Google gingerly launched a select set of Street View images for Germany on Tuesday, a country where it has faced some of the most fierce opposition.
Apple has moved to block access to account information from inside the FaceTime for Mac application, temporarily fixing a security vulnerability.
CIO's Kristin Burnham is back with more tips on shoring up your Facebook security and staying safe on the social networking service.