Wednesday in San Francisco, the new chairwoman of the FTC called on the advertising industry to give consumers “effective and meaningful privacy protection,” by coming up with a standard way for consumers to make it known they do not want their on-line activity tracked.
If you’ve ever Googled yourself, you probably know a lot of your personal information, like your age, address, and home value are now very public. But, opting out of data brokers websites isn’t always an option.
A light sculpture made up of 25,000 LED lights strung along the western span of the Bay Bridge will be turned on Tuesday night after months of preparation.
Yelp plans to shine a bright light on kitchen conditions with the addition of restaurant hygiene scores.
For many Bay Area residents, it doesn’t feel like the holidays until they see the massive light display in front of “Deacon Dave’s’ Livermore home.
The AIDS Quilt returns to San Francisco this weekend for the first time in a decade. Several dozen panels will be on display Sunday at several locations in the Castro District.
A rare copy of the historic Magna Carta will be on display for the next month in San Francisco.
Visitors at the San Francisco Zoo got a chance to see its newest resident, a tiny baby koala.