"I felt like my identity or whatever didn't matter to them."
Security researchers disclosed new work at the Chaos Communication Congress showing how hackers can bypass vein based authentication.
"Probably the naughty messages from university time."
“If the allegations are true, Facebook may face a colossal volume of individual and collective lawsuits."
Personal websites and email can replace most of what people like about Facebook—namely the urge to post about their lives online.
It's not just Facebook: Android and iOS’s App Stores have incentivized an app economy where free apps make money by selling your personal data and location history to advertisers.
In a hearing with the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai kept saying the company has no plans right now to launch a search product in China. But that response leaves plenty of room to launch when it does want to.
Smart speakers raise a number of privacy questions, which owners are choosing to just shrug off.
Facebook revealed more details about how hackers exploited three distinct bugs to get the ability to control up to 50 million users’ accounts.
RIP TouchID, 2013-2018.
"I'd make everything public. It’d make life interesting."
Here's how I got to bottom of the ads-coinciding-with-conversations mystery.