ConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts discovered that one state agency is putting millions of social security numbers at risk despite state laws intended to protect it.
New findings from Carnegie Mellon University claim Google’s targeted ad algorithm is downright discriminatory, particularly if you’re a woman.
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The Fairfield Police Department announced Saturday they have installed license plate readers on two patrol vehicles.
Google says it wants its users to know more about what it knows about them. The tech company is rolling out new privacy controls that shed some light on data gathering.
A new app that pulls information off the internet to improve the average email has even the creator calling the new technology “creepy.”
If you drive a car through the Bay Area, chances are good that police have photos of your license plate, and data on where you’ve been, and that information may be available to anyone who asks for it.
Santa Clara County officials couldn’t reach a contract agreement with the manufacturer of the device that mimics a cell tower, allowing authorities to track a phone.
How much you drink, whether you like your job, and if you’re engaged are all factors insurance companies can learn from your social media, and begin using to set your premiums, or even hike your rates.