Privacy

Sen. Ron Wyden revealed that a conservative group targeted visitors of 600 Planned Parenthood clinics with social media ads peddling abortion misinformation.
He claims that prison officers unlawfully accessed his records and that one provided information to Tasha K for her gossip show.
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.
Dr. Jackson Gates said he would never post the identity of patients in his videos, but attorneys for the baby's parents say he invaded their privacy.
Some people are refusing to sign up for Meta's Twitter replacement app, Threads. Here's why — and what experts say about it.
The Protecting Americans’ Data from Foreign Surveillance Act would block the transfer of data to countries deemed high-risk to U.S. national security.
Amazon agreed to pay over $30 million to settle allegations that its Ring and Alexa divisions enabled illegal surveillance by employees and hackers.
If you do this on your work computer, you might want to stop ASAP.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita hailed what he described as a blow against "Big Tech's intrusive schemes."
Parents have various reasons for wanting to keep their kids' faces offline, but explaining this choice and asking others to respect it can sometimes get tricky.