The Supreme Court refused to hear Google’s appeal of a lower court’s finding that the data it collected from unsecured WiFi networks amounted to a violation of the Wiretap Act.
Here we go again: another class action lawsuit against a big tech company accused of over-stepping privacy boundaries. This one says Facebook scans private messages in search of ad opportunities.
Are you finding your in-box flooded with LinkedIn requests? That may be because some people are sending out the invitations against their will, according to a lawsuit that accuses the site of hacking users’ email programs.
Lawyers tried to ruin Mark Zuckerberg’s big day with a sprawling lawsuit that portrays the Facebook founder as a rogue hacker, and accuses the company of tracking users on their computers and iPhones. We have a plain english Q&A.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a major cyber-security bill that would change how companies like Facebook can share personal information. Privacy advocates are in uproar and the Obama Administration is threatening a veto. What’s going on?