Opting out of Twitter’s new feature is easy so long as you know where to look.
Also, remember: Everybody dies.
Security experts say they’ve traced tainted emails to five European ministries
Documents suggest virtual surveillance in games dates back to at least 2008.
The heads of eight of the U.S.’s largest tech companies have started a campaign for new limits on how the government collects user information
Down go several key servers, but ZeroAccess is a many-headed beast.
Love letters, job offers and cat video confabs, check, check and check.
Oh, and some 93,000 other sites
Tracking by online marketers can be annoying and even feel like an invasion of your privacy. But before you decide to go incognito, there are a few good reasons you may want to be tracked online.
Stolen website data highlight people’s lousy inventiveness
Mayor says e-security is a priority.