This internal video from 2016 shows a Google concept for how total data collection could reshape society.
How security researchers caught the creators of counter antivirus services Scan4You.
Data collection is as problematic in 2018 as it was in 1996.
I imagine this is what white people feel like in life, except they don't even realize it. Whereas I'm hyper aware that I'm bucking the system with my dollars and using it to my advantage, white folks just assume things should be so.
Critical "Drupalgeddon2" is still being exploited six weeks after it was patched.
A conversation with legendary programmer Richard Stallman on the real meaning of “privacy rights” and why he only ever uses cash.
Peter Thiel's data-mining company is using War on Terror tools to track American citizens. The scary thing? Palantir is desperate for new customers.
Profile data was scraped without user consent or knowledge to "build a three-dimensional picture" on millions of people.
An innocent piece of text can now hold secret messages.
Some network communication protocol vulnerabilities have been known for more than a decade and still aren't fixed. Now they're being exploited.
The photo-forward platform is the "friendly" social media app — that also happens to be owned by Facebook. Will recent scandals have any effect on Instagram? And can the app avoid the data controversies?
Fin7, also known as JokerStash, Carbanak, and other names, is one of the most successful criminal hacking groups in the world.
Remember how much we heard about the Equifax hack? Well, MyFitnessPal just lost 150 million users' data, even more than Equifax did.
"I've always thought our 'open but punitive' stance was particularly vulnerable to suicide bombers."
These sites you haven't heard of are sharing boatloads of data about you.
Lax Android standards allowed Facebook to scrape the call records of anyone who let the Facebook app read their contacts for years.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is drawing attention to malicious data thieves and brokers. But every Facebook app—even the dumb, innocent ones—collected users’ personal data without even trying.
With the midterm elections around the corner, lawmakers Wednesday warned in stark terms of the dire need to harden the U.S. election system against attacks from foreign adversaries, saying that, even after Russia’s brazen attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election, the country is still...
You might not be able to afford the privilege of deleting Facebook, or you just kinda want to be able to keep tabs on your friends. If that’s the case, here’s how to use Facebook in the safest way possible.
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