The IRS used smartphone location data from a contractor to try to track Americans without a warrant.
Privacy International heralded the ruling as a significant victory for privacy rights and a major blow to security and law enforcement agencies.
Thousands of Facebook users can now collect up to $400 from Facebook's settlement fund for a class action lawsuit that alleged that the social media giant violated Illinois's biometric privacy law.
A leaked manual from Blackdot Solutions, a British company that offers social media monitoring services, included a step-by-step guide on how to create fake profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn.
“I use WeChat. My parents, my grandparents, aunts, uncles, extended family, all their friends in the Chinese community, they use it.”
Project Aria will send scores of Facebook workers into the world to record everything around them.
A database of 2.4 million personal details has been leaked. Experts are calling it "frightening".
With a history of privacy violations and racial profiling, it’s hard to think of an entity more ill-suited for this.
Facebook has chosen to review user data requests manually, without screening the email address of people who request access to the portals, which are made for law enforcement agents only.
Amazon is looking to hire two people who can focus on keeping tabs on labor activists within the company.
Whereas many DMVs sell drivers’ names, addresses, or vehicle information, the Arizona Motor Vehicle Department (MVD) sells some residents’ most personal information.