UK parliament report will call for 'sweeping' regulation of Facebook
It also claims Facebook's CEO has been 'duplicitous.'
UK will track thousands of criminals with GPS tags
They could reduce prison time, but there are ethics questions.
Twitter can keep copies of your deleted DMs for years
The platform is still looking into the issue.
Facebook reportedly negotiating multibillion dollar fine with FTC
The penalty for privacy lapses would be the largest ever for a technology company.
Amazon and Google ask for non-stop data from smart home devices
Some gadget makers are pushing back.
Opera's free VPN is now built into its Android browser
It shut down its standalone VPN app last year.
Four people are allowing strangers to control their smart homes
Beneath the surveillance, the project 'SOMEONE' is about human connection.
Carriers were selling your location data to bounty hunters for years
A new investigation reveals the problem wasn't just an isolated incident.
Germany lets users decide if Facebook can merge their WhatsApp and Instagram data
The privacy regulator has been tough on the company in recent years.