Microsoft has told European privacy advocates that it is willing to agree to hold on to web searchers’ records for a shorter period of time, as long as its competitors follow suit.
Every 53 seconds a laptop is stolen, according to technology research and advisory firm Gartner, while up to 12,000 laptops are lost in U.S. airports each week.
Ever heard of male menopause? Of course not, because the medical mafia won’t allow those words to be uttered in the medical community. But when testosterone levels in males begin to drop in your 40s or 50s, distinct health problems arise.
New radio frequency identification (RFID) technology that is able to read information about travelers who are crossing borders has raised concerns among privacy advocates.
Google is making news with its highly-touted flu tracking project, but when it comes to privacy issues, this may be just the tip of the iceberg.
Global Positioning System (GPS) technology is causing growing concern among privacy advocates who fear that cell phones and other items could end up playing a "Big Brother" role.
The issue of privacy is currently being debated in both the U.S. and the UK, among governments and technology companies alike.
The group Consumer Watchdog is calling on the Justice Department and state attorneys general to protect consumer privacy amid concerns about Google’s new Chrome browser.
A New Jersey-based company that operates by collecting information from students will have to allow participants to opt out of their service, following the settlement of a privacy lawsuit.
A new law that took effect in Nevada this month aims to help protect data gathered by businesses about their customers, the Wall Street Journal reports.