Tech companies that make privacy mistakes can expect a lawsuit.
Your voice can be a biometric identifier, like your fingerprint. Does Apple really have to store it on its own servers?
Washington's consumer protection agency is making sure that Internet "privacy" lives up to its name.
Meet the advertising technology that figures out who you are sharing with.
Is Europe's strict stance on protecting people's data costing it business—or creating new opportunities?
Advocates say giving browsers a "Do Not Track" setting could mean more privacy for Web surfers. Opponents say it would be a disaster for online revenues. Which should you believe?
The company that knows everything about you wants you to feel in control.
The company and its rivals have important differences when it comes to protecting personal information, says its chief privacy officer.
Information about you is free for the taking on the Web. A new crop of entrepreneurs wants you to collect.
Free services in exchange for personal information. That's the "privacy bargain" we all strike on the Web. It could be the worst deal ever.