The data from companies such as Google, Twitter, AT&T, and Verizon can include GPS coordinates and browsing history.
The two moderates failed to commit to requiring the government to seek warrants before requesting information about individuals from Google or Facebook.
For three years, 1.5 million new users had their contacts uploaded to Facebook’s servers without their knowledge or consent.
In exchange for a $20 gift card, volunteers between 13 and 35 gave Facebook root access to their phone.
TikTok is seen as being child-friendly. But a section of the social media platform is dedicated to hunting for nude images from its underage users.
Meet the founder of "Freedom From Facebook," who was targeted by Definers, the PR firm Facebook hired to discredit its critics.
iPhone data of Chinese iPhone users is stored in China, but Tim Cook says the keys are safe here in the U.S.
In a wide-ranging, exclusive interview, Tim Cook explains the company's focus on privacy, why they banned Alex Jones, and why Apple will never go the way of Facebook.
A new feature on the latest version of the Chrome browser led some security and privacy experts to think Google is now secretly logging users into Chrome to surreptitiously track their browsing habits.
Facebook’s not just changing the course of American presidential history, it’s also being used by T-shirt companies to make very customized, very targeted, and very corny T-shirts.
Apple regularly touts itself as the company that doesn’t want to collect your personal data. And that's a liability when it comes to making Siri better.
Tech companies have always refused to disclose the inner workings of their algorithms. But now, they might no longer have a choice.