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19 min ago | Albany Times Union
In this Aug. 28, 2014, file photo, a group of people hold signs protesting the New York Police DepartmentA's program of infiltrating and informing on Muslim communities during a rally near police headquarters in New York.
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4 hrs ago | Milwaukee Courier Online
The word privacy is not in the U.S. Constitution. The Supreme Court created privacy rights based on 4th Amendment protections against unreasonable governmental searches and seizures.
8 hrs ago | National Public Radio
A veteran Fox executive who used her company email account to plan aid for loved ones of the missing Malaysian airplane's passengers has been fired.
12 hrs ago | Free Republic
17 hrs ago | US News & World Report
Facebook's "Nearby Friends" feature allows users to share their location and see friends' locations for a specified period of time.
The latest batch of previously withheld presidential records from the Clinton administration redacts an email from a noteworthy source: Monica Lewinsky .
Women are at disproportionate risk for online harassment, stalking, revenge porn, and social media hacks.
Thanks to heartbleed , there's a renewed interest in sorting out which apps and services can access our personal information.
Police in San Jose, California believe that viewing home security footage will help them solve crimes.
The impact of the recent Target data breach continues to be felt, as state lawmakers attempt to make retailers take responsibility for damages, as opposed to the financial institutions.
The boss of one of Europe's largest media companies has criticised Google in an open letter printed in a German newspaper.
In its recently updated terms of service, the company acknowledges that it not only scans email, but retains the right to use personal content for marketing and internal development purposes.
CLOSE NEIGHBOURS: Ten units will be built on Icely Road for affordable housing. Neighbour Shakuntala Solanki has privacy concerns.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden asks Russian President Vladimir Putin a question about government surveillance on a call-in show.
Visitors this week to the Canada Revenue Agency website were greeted with a message saying the site had shut down because of the Heartbleed bug.
It seems as if every year the feds try to bring forth some damned bill aimed at whittling away your privacy when it comes to Internet usage.