US border officers don't always delete collected traveler data
They also aren't properly documenting all their device searches.
Audit backs Apple's denial of Chinese spy chips in servers
The independent study says Super Micro's hardware is clean.
House committee says Equifax data breach was 'entirely preventable'
Mismanagement, outdated tech and basic security steps were to blame.
Another Google+ data bug exposes info for 52.5 million users
Google will shut the service down in April of 2019 instead of August as initially planned.
The internet war on sex is here
No sex, please, we’re beholden to our advertisers.
Australia's controversial anti-encryption bill passes into law
The government could introduce amendments early next year, though.
Apple offers Safari users safer browsing with USB security key support
The experimental feature could show up in a future version of the browser.
Facebook’s internal documents show its ruthlessness
Zuckerberg: "That [app] may be good for the world but it’s not good for us unless people also share back to Facebook..."
Secret Service will test facial recognition around the White House
It's not great news for privacy advocates.