Online Privacy

Kids often have digital footprints even before they’re born, and their parents are to blame.
The bill forces TikTok's Chinese parent company ByteDance to sell its stake in the platform to a U.S.-based entity within 12 months or risk a ban.
Unfortunately, there are countless creeps who love that we love the internet — and who would love to swipe our personal information.
This small adjustment could prevent someone with malicious intent to find out where you are and what you’re doing.
When it comes to keeping your kids safe online, parental controls aren't your best bet. Here's what actually helps.
When it's possible that your insurance premiums could go up based on how often you're using a fast food app, it's time to think twice.
The company will be forced to strengthen privacy safeguards for children who use the Xbox system.
If you do this on your work computer, you might want to stop ASAP.
Anyone in the U.S. who has had a Facebook account at any time since May 24, 2007, can apply for their share of a $725 million privacy settlement.
Period apps carry sensitive information that can be used against you by police. And there are other digital risks, too.