The Internet is a hostile environment for many users, and cellular networks, unfortunately, are simply an extension of that.
Facebook is making privacy changes designed to restrict apps' access to user data.
Facebook is severing ties with data brokers, those companies that sit on piles of user data such as voter rolls, property records, purchase histories, and other databases. It's bad news for advertisers, but will it improve user privacy?
Federal legislators are asking Facebook, Google, and Twitter executives to come to Washington to discuss privacy concerns.
Some connected cars will download and permanently store data from phones that sync to them.