ZoomInfo scrapes users' emails and feeds that data back into its product. A recent public filing demonstrates how businesses in this space view privacy laws.
Yang's Data Dividend Project aims to put a little money in Americans' pockets in exchange for their data, but experts say it will likely be ineffectual and entrench existing power dynamics.
The lawsuit comes after Motherboard analyzed the Zoom iOS app and found it sent analytic data to Facebook once opened.
Under California’s new privacy law, even brick and mortar companies have to make it clear you can opt out of having your personal data sold.
More women than ever are seeking counselling, but speed of service depends on where you live.
The Alternative Federal Budget is here, and it's full of pie-in-the-sky ideas.