Google has asked the U.S. Department of Justice for permission to publish the number of national-security information requests it receives from the government.
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You can watch movies offline indefinitely, but games require 24-hour checkups.
The Obama administration on Thursday defended the National Security Agency’s need to collect telephone records of U.S. citizens, calling such information “a critical tool in protecting the nation from terrorist threats.”
Xbox One will be Microsoft’s eyes and ears in your home, but that only increases the company’s burden to safeguard our privacy.
During a “fireside chat” about Glass at Google’s I/O conference, Google employees opened up.
Every day, we trust countless Internet companies with our personal information. But do you know which sites truly protect your privacy from government eyes?
The real concern with Google Glass and privacy doesn’t have to do with surveillance or collection of personal data, but with the way it will make us behave in the real world.
Facebook has retooled its privacy settings time and time again to make them more user friendly, so customizing your settings is a fairly straightforward procedure.
Effective immediately for new members, and on March 26 for existing members, eBay has permission to send you robocalls and text messages for marketing and promotional reasons.
Facebook is reportedly working on a smartphone app that can track your location. Or if you want to use spicier terminology, it’s working on a “location tracker.” Everybody panic!
If you drive through Maryland, the state may be using an automated reader to photograph your license plate — and storing your movements away for future use. Maryland is not alone. ACLU offices in 38 states are looking into how …