Articles about Privacy
Health devices that track a person's every movement will likely be left out of the Australian government's proposed mandatory data-retention regime.
Hangouts announces a new feature. Is your privacy protected?
Although the man involved in a fatal siege in Sydney on Monday was well known to police and out on bail, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said that retaining every Australians' telecommunications data for two years may have helped police in the incident.
The chair of the joint committee on intelligence and security, Dan Tehan, has said that Monday's gunman incident in Sydney has reinforced the need for increased police powers and intelligence surveillance.
Number of attacks peaks driven by attempts to steal money online during the World Cup.
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.
Australia's leading national security and intelligence agencies will not reveal the communications data they want retained by telecommunications companies until discussions with those companies have concluded.
Dashlane and Lastpass now let users change passwords automatically. This closes up one of the gaps in password management.
Microsoft has fired the latest salvo in a case to keep US agents from having access to customer data stored overseas.
Cyber-warfare has been batted around everywhere from IT circles to popular culture, almost reaching a fever pitch recently surrounding suspicion and reports regarding the breach at Sony Pictures.
Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has refused to release the PricewaterhouseCoopers report prepared for the government on the cost of the industry for the Australian government's mandatory data-retention legislation.
The goal of the alliance is to prevent malicious links from populating Facebook user News Feeds and Messages.