Democrats aren't backing down on internet data privacy
But a lot of these moves may simply be symbolic.
EFF: Verizon will install spyware on all its Android phones (update)
The privacy body isn't a fan of the carrier's new AppFlash launcher.
FCC head puts the brakes on new ISP privacy rules
Without them, broadband companies will have free access to customers' browsing habits.
Tor plans to launch a bug bounty program
In 2016, Tor will pay researchers to find vulnerabilities in its systems.
Google plays privacy catch-up, adds Do Not Track option to Chrome
Google's had one foot in the web privacy door for a while, offering Chrome users the Keep My Opt-Ou...
FTC considering new settlement process so companies can't deny wrongdoing
Google recently paid the FTC $22.5 million and Facebook was ordered by the commission to change the...
White House announces anti-botnet initiative
The White House has been drumming up momentum for tighter internet privacy laws for a while now, a...
Chinese government to track users of free WiFi, small businesses react with service cutoffs
Thought Google had a mountain-sized stack of your up close and personal online habits? Think agai...
White House reportedly pushing for new internet privacy laws, policy office
It's not official just yet, but The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the Obama administration i...