privacy

Just because the elevator doors are closed doesn’t mean you’re alone

Property owners can and often do install cameras.

Bing joins Google in accepting ‘right to be forgotten’ requests from European users

The Internet never forgets, but Microsoft's search engine might soon.

Google starts filtering European search results for ‘right to be forgotten’ requests

How Google is implementing the "right to be forgotten" in Europe.

With cellphone search ruling, Supreme Court draws a stark line between digital and physical searches

And makes some interesting space analogies.

New Facebook feature is a friendly reminder that your smartphone can eavesdrop on you

Facebook's mobile app will soon be able to track your music and television choices -- if you let it.

Privacy advocates warn of ‘nightmare’ scenario as tech giants consider fitness tracking

As tech giants appear poised to enter the fitness and health tracking market, privacy advocates warn about potential consumer risks.

Why privacy advocates say you shouldn’t trust Snapchat to have your back online

New report suggests the popular messaging app lags behind competitors when it comes to some privacy and transparency issues.

Snapchat agrees to settle FTC charges that it deceived users

Snapchat messages don't 'disappear' as permanently as users were led to believe, the FTC alleges.

After a long silence, the White House weighs in on online privacy rules that are decades out of date

Report from a group led by John Podesta recommends changing the 1986 law that govern law enforcement access to e-mail stored in the cloud.

How Washington’s last remaining video rental store changed the course of privacy law

Potomac Video, the rental shop one time Supreme Court Nominee Robert Bork frequented, is closing.

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