Google is almost everyone’s favorite search engine, despite misgivings about data-collection and advertising practices that are widely seen as intrusive.
Google is sifting through the photos and commentary on its blossoming social network so its Internet search results can include more personal information.
A new Stanford study has found that dozens of the most popular websites on the Internet are sharing user’s personal information with advertisers.
BART’s myBART website has been breached, including the release of thousands of user names, email addresses, passwords and other personal information.
Federal prosecutors in New Jersey announced the arrests of two men accused of stealing e-mail addresses and other information from more than 100,000 Apple iPad users.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that 10 popular Facebook applications have been transmitting users’ personal identifying information to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies.