Facebook's Dating feature aims to prevent harassment and dick pics
The company is testing its new matchmaking feature in Colombia.
Facebook pushed for access to financial firms' user data
It reportedly wanted info for advertising and other purposes.
Ad-blocking browser Brave says Google is breaking EU privacy law
Its GDPR complaint could set an important precedent for adtech.
Apple and Google will testify to Senate on data privacy September 26th
Amazon, AT&T and Charter will also be present.
A popular fetish app stored passwords in plain text
When a human asks you for your password, that's usually a bad sign.
Instagram offers parents a guide for children's social safety
If you want to help your kid have a positive experience on Instagram, read on.
Facebook users are changing their social habits amid privacy concerns
A survey says half of US users adjusted their privacy settings in the last year.
Who controls your data?
We requested our personal information from dozens of companies. Here’s what they gave us -- and what they didn’t.
US, UK and others push for mandatory access to encrypted data
'Five Eyes' countries still see encryption as more threat than safeguard.