Turns out gadgets can kill, too.
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California is ramping up efforts to protect consumer privacy, creating a dedicated department in a state with a strong tech presence.
We are a nation of lurkers, but we may have to start coming out of the shadows soon, whether we like it or not.
When a formerly happy couple calls it quits, who gets the Farmville money in the divorce settlement?
Anti-bullying software can now detect even subtly hurtful comments on social media sites, as machine learning works to discourage teens from insulting each other online.
Peeping Toms aren’t a new phenomenon, but the Internet provides an unprecedented platform for voyeuristic impulses, fueling some disturbing websites and online communities.
An Occupy protestor’s tweets are the center of a legal maelstrom, sparking controversy over privacy on Twitter.
Are there times you wish you could quit your smartphone cold turkey — but just don’t want to look like you’re a Luddite resisting modern technology?
Facebook can pick your face out from a crowd, as the increase of facial recognition software on smartphones and social media could prove to be privacy kryptonite.