A computer rental company whose franchisees spied with webcams on adults engaged in “intimate activities” settled with the Federal Trade Commission, according to an agency announcement.
The former MTV star takes on the CFPB
‘The kids who might be the most likely to do that might not have the best judgment about what they post’
A former HHS council recommends delaying implementation so data can be secured.
Similar systems have been pioneered by police forces in New York City, Massachusetts and Texas
Search engine juggernaut assures users they can control this feature
Social media giant tells users to control what they post rather than worry about who can see it
Lawsuits, review groups, all on hold until Congress can pass a budget
This is what many privacy advocates have been warning about
Drones and manned aircraft offer different capabilities to investigators, demanding different privacy protocols
Americans want their privacy back.
Social network giant lost 9 million users in a single month, study reports
Environmental surveying, wildlife management and search-and-rescue missions expected
U.S. tech companies are hoping to restore user trust in their services
‘Most serious incidents included a violation of a court order and unauthorized use of data’
Class action lawsuit alleges that search engine giant violated the Maryland Wiretap Act
Agency wants to continue to conduct warrantless surveillance of electronic communications
New proposal may allow new SEC snooping powers
Outgoing Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Robert Mueller is late in responding to Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul’s inquiry about FBI surveillance drone use
Apps are becoming increasingly expensive to build and market to the public.