Mark Zuckerberg is sorry
The Facebook CEO said he's 'not sure we shouldn't be regulated.'
Facebook faces user lawsuit for disclosing data to Cambridge Analytica
The legal action is on behalf of others whose information ended up with the firm.
Facebook hires digital forensics firm to audit Cambridge Analytica
It will investigate whether the data Cambridge Analytica gathered years ago still exists.
Congress wants answers from Facebook about Cambridge Analytica
A Senator has asked how Facebook could have given info without permission.
After exposing secret military bases, Strava restricts data visibility
Only registered users can see its heatmap and info marked private will be deleted monthly.
Samsung revives Opera's data-saving app as a Galaxy exclusive
Unfortunately, the app will no longer work on non-Samsung devices.
FedEx left sensitive customer data exposed on unsecured server
The data has since been secured, but was available for a long period of time.
A major bug is forcing Microsoft to rebuild Skype for Windows
The fix will land with a new version of Skype, rather than a security update.
Strava will focus on privacy awareness to address security issues
The app's heatmaps have exposed sensitive military data.