Security experts say passwords for more than 2 million Facebook, Google and other accounts have been compromised and circulated online.
Oh, and some 93,000 other sites
See ya later, grumpy cat.
…and how long you linger on your ex’s profile page.
New privacy setting update means users can no longer go incognito
The government hopes a crack in the Great Firewall will ease concerns of foreign investors
Casual anonymity seems increasingly quaint.
How apps can help you get over your breakup
The Atlantic writer Sara Marie Watson was recently surprised by a wedding ring. No, her fiancé didn’t get on one knee; it popped up on a Facebook ad over the question “How well do you know Nick Smith?”
The answer was that she …
Yahoo’s betting that good patents trump great products, as the company sues Facebook for 10 counts of patent infringement.
The lawsuit covers messaging, privacy options, advertising, customization and, of course, social …
Gowalla, which got its start at South by Southwest three years ago, has gone dark for this year’s festival. Users who try to log in to the location-based app’s homepage now get the message “Thank you for going out with Gowalla. …
A new patent troll last week fired a shot at Facebook, Zynga and others with a lawsuit that claims rights to in-game payments—the process that lets players buy and sell virtual items within a video game.