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Privacy watchdog warns on default passwords as website streams video from unsecured webcams.
This Valentine’s Day, a McAfee study highlights how breakups can result in privacy leaks online if you share passwords, bank account details, and other personal data while in the relationship.
An Illinois woman files a class action suit against LinkedIn claiming that violation of its own privacy policies and user agreements allowed hackers to steal 6.46 million passwords.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has spoken. Employers and prospective employers should not be asking you for your Facebook password. Doing so is invading your privacy.
Prayer Notes is an application to help you keep track of your prayers requests and answers. It is designed with simplicity in mind,...
Paul Ceglia claimed that Facebook violated his privacy by exposing his e-mail passwords in court. Facebook counters that Ceglia and his lawyers are to blame, since the document was not labeled as confidential.
Paul Ceglia argues that Facebook violated his privacy by exposing his e-mail passwords in court. It's the latest episode in a legal battle where Ceglia claims he owns half of the social network.
iTamer is an application that can help you put structure into your life, by securely managing your notes, contacts, tasks, calendar,...
The UK privacy watchdog has said it will re-examine the data Street View cars gathered from people's Wi-Fi networks after Google admitted it had collected emails, passwords and other details
Facebook is rolling out three small, yet pretty significant, security features that should help alleviate some of the privacy vulnerabilities that users - not Facebook - cause.Temporary passwords, remote logouts and account recovery updates are all intended to give users more ways to protect themselves.
Street View cars recorded mailbox passwords and parts of emails as part of their logging of households' Wi-Fi networks, according to the French privacy authority CNIL
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