Don't-Miss Privacy Stories
The network is being up-front about what data it’s collecting about you and why (because ads).
It's a feature, not a bug, but Glenn Fleishman thinks Apple should at least give users a choice.
The organization ranked 39 digital communication tools based on security features and best practices
A Virginia judge says forcing people to incriminate themselves violates the 5th Amendment.
Apple's boss was his usual coy self at an industry conference, but still revealed a few hints of the future.
SMS forwarding is great on its face, but it could weaken two-factor authentication schemes—and that's not the only problem.
The fast-growing social network makes its manifesto a legal document to prevent future profits from user data.
The company stands by its new feature, which doesn’t share your search results with third parties.
iOS 8 greatly expanded what Touch ID can do. But also expanded is the damage that can be done if someone forces you to unlock your phone against your will.
Chris Breen and Susie Ochs discuss distracted driving and Google Glass, not-so-bendable iPhones, Apple and privacy, and the smugglers index.
Atlas lets advertisers target you on third-party sites and apps using your Facebook info.
As the recent celebrity photo breach has shown, security is a tricky business, but Apple is uniquely equipped to tackle it.
Once more unto the password breach, dear friends, once more. Two-factor authentication might not have necessarily saved Jennifer Lawrence from getting hacked, but using it is still a good idea.