Some private investigators told Motherboard that the reasons they can give to DMVs to access drivers' personal data are too broad.
Motherboard previously revealed the California DMV was making tens of millions of dollars a year by selling personal data.
Facebook also wants to know “if you are feeling happy, anxious or excited." And knowing when you are in a vulnerable state of mind means advertisers can strategically target you.
Venmo transaction data is public by default. But a programmer has taken that data stream and is tweeting the username and photos of users who buy 'drugs'.
Mark Zuckerberg announced a new tool that will let Facebook users clear their web browsing history, and opt out of future tracking.
Plenty of blockchain startups are overhyped, but some see transportation as an area where they can thrive.
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The intense dedication to tracking your every move just isn’t sustainable.
Canada's superior privacy laws are a good reminder of where the US falls short.
As promised, hacker publishes personal information of 20,000 FBI agents, allegedly stolen from a hacked Department of Justice computer.
Even the most basic personal information can be of interest to hackers.