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Microsoft Drops Lawsuit in Secrecy Case the Government Probably Didn't Want You to Know About
The Department of Justice agrees to cease routinely demanding data companies not tell customers about search warrants.
What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Cybersecurity
Forty-five percent of small business owners have been attacked -- without knowing.
FBI: Your Kid's Internet-Connected Toys Might Be Spying on Them
The FBI says sensors, microphones, cameras and other components in internet-connected toys 'could put the privacy and safety of children at risk.'
Are Your Password Security Habits Improving? (Infographic)
Online privacy is a major concern today.
Beyond the Privacy Fine Print: Making Privacy More Transparent
Consumers have a growing sense of unease over loss of control when it comes to personal data.
3 Reasons Why Privacy Matters to Your Business, Your Brand and Your Future
What are you doing to demonstrate to your customers that their privacy is important to your company?
U.S. House Votes to Let ISPs Sell Your Browser History
Congress has passed a resolution rolling back the FCC's privacy rules.
What Are Your Employees Doing When You're Not Looking?
Small businesses can benefit from employee monitoring, in the right circumstance.
German Regulator Orders Facebook to Delete WhatsApp User Data
The Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information said Facebook was infringing data protection law.
Here's how to see Which One of Your Friends Are Using Tinder
This neat trick let's you see which ones among your friends are using Tinder!
Fearing For Her Life, Tor's Developer Leaves US to Dodge The FBI
Alarming trends by the FBI recently has raised questions to the lengths it will seek to violate privacy of individuals