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After a House vote, a repeal of Internet privacy protections goes to Trump's desk. You'll have to do more than set your browser to private... [Read More]
Under Armour announced on Thursday about 150 million accounts on the popular health app MyFitnessPal were hacked. [Read More]
Under Armour announces a data breach affecting its health app MyFitnessPal. [Read More]
Arizona has suspended Uber's self-driving car tests in the state following a fatal crash involving one of the company's autonomous vehicles. [Read More]
An investor says Facebook's latest data debacle could be extremely damaging. [Read More]
A lawsuit claims the data grabbing scandal lost them money. [Read More]
The new updates still put the onus on users to manage their data. [Read More]
Facebook really wants to gain the trust of publishers after a contentious year of fake news and algorithm changes, as well as concerns the giant... [Read More]
Ransomware, the act of demanding money by locking down devices and files, is not only a threat on phones or computers. It's coming for robots,... [Read More]
Cybercriminals exposed millions more people's personal information in the Equifax hack than the company reported last September. On Thursday, Equifax said the breach surfaced 2.4... [Read More]
Twitter is finally adding a feature its most devoted users have wanted for years. [Read More]
The court will decide whether a digital communications provider has to comply with a U.S. search warrant for user data if the information is stored... [Read More]
Airbnb is adding more lodging types to its site, such as boutique hotels, bed and breakfasts, and high-end rentals. [Read More]
Hackers have a new trick up their sleeves: hijacking computers to generate digital coins. It's called cryptojacking. [Read More]
​A former Google engineer is accusing the company of firing him after he spoke out about incidents of racism, sexism and harassment. [Read More]
Signal is getting a boost from billionaire WhatsApp founder Brian Acton with a history of bringing secure messaging to the masses. [Read More]
Facebook's efforts to prevent people from using its platform to meddle in U.S. politics will rely in part on one very low-tech tool: postcards. [Read More]
Facebook's efforts to prevent people from using its platform to meddle in U.S. politics will rely in part on one very low-tech tool: postcards. [Read More]
Google Chrome users will see fewer annoying ads. [Read More]
Google will now block annoying ads on its Chrome browser.The move comes more than eight months after the compa... [Read More]
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