While the law requires doctors to protect a patient’s name, it does not apply to reporters. Perhaps it should.
2nd gay smartphone app “Jack’d” reveals exact location of gay men worldwide, including 282 in Iran.
In response to the disclosure of the location of 600,000 users, Grindr has turned off its “distance” function.
Only hours after gay smartphone app “Grindr” attempted to fix a glitch in its system that has already outed the exactly location of over 600,000 gay men in countries like ...
A glitch revealed the exact location of 630,157 Grindr users in 131 countries, including 134 in North Korea.
A cyber-security guru tackles the question of Internet passwords: hacking them, and how to choose safe ones.
I use a VPN called Private Internet Access to protect my privacy and passwords. You should too.
Holt: “Our nation is grappling with a false choice being presented to us by the media & intelligence officials.”
In the wake of a deadly meningitis scare among gay men in NYC, how to balance privacy vs. the public interest.
Under proposed California “Right to Know” law, companies would have to divulge that info and more.
The Republican Party’s favorite mouthpiece is in trouble again for 600 new allegations of phone-hacking.
Even a broken Texas is right twice a day.
In addition to your detailed salary info, Equifax is collecting info on your doctor and unemployment benefits.