Why Shaky Data Security Protocols for Apps Put LGBTQ People at Risk
For the LGBTQ community, the digital age should have opened an age of freedom. Instead, it has opened them to new threats across the globe.
The FTC Is Fining Facebook Over Data Privacy Concerns. Users Don't Seem to Care.
The tech giant announced the $3-5 billion fine alongside an 8 percent annual usership increase.
A Movement for Personal Data Protection From Tech Giants Rises in China
New developments in the private sector provide a striking contrast from China's perceived status as a surveillance state—even as the government continues to monitor its citizens.
While Europe Cracks Down on Data Collection Practices, U.S. Consumers Remain as Vulnerable as Ever
Data-protection regulations in the E.U. require transparency in data mining. In the U.S. no such rules exist, but some states are working to change that.