Shield your address from Uber by using cross streets
You can now put in cross streets instead of a full address when getting picked up or dropped off.
Roku TVs will eavesdrop on your shows to serve up ads
Wherein 'enhance your TV experience' means 'sell your data to advertisers.'
San Francisco airport can now record all visitors' license plates
It's supposed to be for revenue, but it's a big privacy concern.
Gboard studies your behavior without sending details to Google
The search giant is testing it on Android first to improve the mobile keyboard's suggestions.
Twitter sues feds over attempt to identify anti-Trump account
The government wants to know who's behind an account allegedly tweeting from inside US immigration offices.
Democrats aren't backing down on internet data privacy
But a lot of these moves may simply be symbolic.
The full extent of Windows 10's data sharing is slightly alarming
If you allow it, Microsoft gets access to detailed browser and file data.
Bipartisan bill aims to curb warrantless phone searches at the border
The proposal requires border agents obtain court permission before searching.
Reddit law enforcement requests have tripled in two years
It's resisting as much as it can, especially for private demands.