Here's what you need to know about Day 2 of the Facebook CEO's testimony.
According to an iOS-focused security researcher, over 70 apps are screwing up their encryption implementations.
A computer security company warned users not to believe a spam email claiming that Amazon needs to “verify” their accounts following an alleged data breach (which didn’t happen).
Hackers managed to break into the servers of a data processor that T-Mobile used, exposing 15 million people’s private data.
Just because a startup shuts down doesn’t mean your data is deleted.
A review is now underway to ensure this doesn’t happen again.
The adware is able to secretly access users' private information.
This is the second time in the past month that Apple was forced to remove apps from the App Store over privacy concerns.
Unlike "other companies," Apple says its business model isn't dependent upon monetizing your private data.
The company’s thinking boils down to, these features are helpful, but also optional.