The EFF has lodged a complaint with the FTC, alleging that Google is mining student data without permission.
BlackWidow is a multi-function internet and webmaster tool. It is a web site downloader, site mapping tool, a site ripper, a site mirroring...
Notable security news items for the week ending August 28, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
Websites using RC4 encryption need to change their protocols as exploits using design flaws are now far easier to perform.
A new strain of the malevolent ZeuS malware has been discovered targeting over 150 banks and 20 payment systems across the globe.
WebCam Spy 4.0 lets you watch your home, office, or anywhere live through a Webcam. The software sends you a Web url to connect and...
Trying to buy confidential office hardware, or a surprise gift? Advances in ad retargeting will broadcast your intentions across the internet and all your devices unless you cover your tracks.
The brand image of the world's must-have anonymity tool is starting to look a bit tattered. The fans don't like it, but their response isn't helping their cause.
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Mozilla has celebrated the 10th anniversary of Firefox 1.0 with the launch of a 'forget button', DuckDuckGo search and other initiatives that will help users to protect their privacy in a snoopers' world
Facebook announced changes to its privacy and advertising policies on its company blog, extending Facebook's ability to track users outside of Facebook. This counters 2011's position that [we] "do not track users across the web."
Steve Wilson examines a private sector surveillance project that has been going on for years in social media: facial recognition. Maybe you'll think twice before you post your next selfie.
Sick and tired of an internet where the National Security Agency may be tracking your every online move? So is an alliance of privacy groups and technology companies, which is proposing that users reclaim their privacy on the Internet.
Annoying commercial cookies might be on their way out, but it's all because Facebook, Google and Microsoft have better ways to track you.
After a week of leaks of NSA citizen surveillance and Internet company denials, Violet Blue reports which mobile apps are best for privacy.
After a false start on his new cloud service website, Kim Dotcom has settled on mega.co.nz.
Kim Dotcom has revealed that the rebirth of his online file storage service Mega is set for January 20.
When student protests seem to be reaching a peak, what are some of the tactics students across the world are implementing online to organise and execute them, and why do they protest?
A scandal involving Devil Mountain Software tops today's headlines
The Green Dam blocking software has errors that could be used to build a botnet and allow uploading of programs by an outsider, according to University of Michigan researchers
Photo by Steve MallerI've been covering TC50 for the past few days, and believe it or not, I'm still hungry for more startup pitches.6:30 a.
Update: on Tuesday, February 14, Jajah substantially revised the "Registration Data" and Collecting Information" sections of their EULA. In my judgment, the changes are specific enough to warrant retitling this post from "VoIP service Jajah on my mind- as possible spyware" to "VoIP service Jahah changes EULA to ease spyware concerns.