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Travelers face increasing privacy challenges when going through security checkpoints. Make your holiday travel less stressful and read some EFF guides for travelers with digital devices.
According to reports, Yahoo Inc. is being sued for negligence over hundreds of thousands of user names and passwords were stolen from one of its websites.
How close are we to having one password for all of our online services instead of having to remember dozens?
The social network says companies demanding Facebook passwords from job applicants may run into trouble over discrimination, and is a breach of its terms
Senator Richard Blumenthal is drafting legislation to stop employers asking for your Facebook password. He believes the law is required to stop the "unreasonable invasion of privacy."
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.
Adobe has put out a version of its PDF reader software for Apple's iOS, addressing devices including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.The free and fully-featured Adobe Reader hit iTunes on Monday, allowing users to read PDF portfolios and password-protected PDF files.
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.
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
A Facebook privacy loophole exposes a user's full name and profile pic on a login error page when a user types in an e-mail address but has a typo in the password.
If you ever doubted the benefit of a strong password, check out Wired's article Linkin Park's Mysterious Cyberstalker.In it Linkin' front man tells an eerie tale about how his wife, family and personal life were privacy was compromised and how they were taunted daily.
Researchers from the University of Washington claim that joggers who make use the iPod Sport kit ($29) are putting their privacy at risk. The research was carried out by T. Scott Saponas, Jonathan Lester, Carl Hartung, and Tadayoshi Kohno of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington and centers around the Nike+iPod Sport Kit from Apple.
Security expert Bruce Schneier calls the risk of tracking someone via the RFID chip in the shoe-iPod technology "very scary".
Research that shows how the Nike+iPod RFID transmitter can be used to track an individual is dubbed 'very scary'
New York state accuses company of selling personal data on millions of users, violating posted policies.
Online financial firm offers password-generating key fobs to major account holders. Photo: Key to security and privacy?
RSA Security's Nightingale could keep passwords more secure by storing them in two places. The process was formerly used only in high-end systems, but could now help make consumer e-commerce sites safer
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