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.
Dawson College refuses to explain why this shouldn’t be perceived as a whistleblower incident.
Multiple sources reported this morning that roughly one quarter of Instagram users had quit the site.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s sister, who has been critical of Internet privacy, is suddenly a big fan.
It’s not outrageous what Instagram is doing. It’s outrageous that most of us simply shrug and accept it.
You won’t get a dime, nor will you even be notified, if Instagram decides to sell your photos to someone else.