Our tolerance for privacy infringement is based on the likability of the targeted celebrity
The FCC said about 2 million new customers weren't given a notice about opting out of disclosing their personal info for marketing purposes
We assume our data stored in the cloud is personal, but in reality it is interpersonal
The company released user data to New York City authorities investigating suspected violations of housing and rental laws
A federal appeals court has for the first time said law enforcement can’t snoop on phone location records without a warrant
When Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space in April 1961, a stunned America asked, How could this happen? And more importantly: When are we...
Albert Einstein, whose theories exploded and reshaped our ideas of how the universe works, died on April 18, 1955, of heart failure. He was 76. His funeral and...