Google will track your shopping trips to prove its ads work
Even in physical stores, Google is watching what you do with your credit card.
US senator wants to make sure the FTC takes smart toys seriously
He wants to know if regulators are doing enough to protect kids' data.
Target settles with 47 states over its 2013 data breach
It's paying $18.5 million and promising to mend its security habits.
Facebook makes Messenger easier to use for social butterflies
New Messenger home screen shows who’s active, messages and your favorite groups.
Twitter gives you more control over how it uses your data
You might need it thanks to expanded data sharing, though.
European regulators push Facebook to tighten user privacy rules
Watchdog groups claim the company collected data through third-party sites without users' consent.
DOJ code-breaking project found unencrypted on the internet
NYU accidentally exposed the files to the world.
Seattle enacts broadband privacy rules where the FCC won't
Internet providers in the city still need permission to sell your data.
FBI director Comey backs renewed push for decryption law
James Comey still doesn't understand how encryption works.