Thousands Of New Laws Take Effect In California On Jan. 1, 2020Californians will face more than a thousand new laws in 2020, including several significant laws effecting their safety, health, children's education and wallet.
California's Groundbreaking Privacy Law Gives Consumers More Control Over DataCalifornians are about to get a groundbreaking new privacy law to protect their data online and on their phones.
Visa Issues Warning Of Hacker Attacks At The Gas Pump; Customers Should Check Credit Card StatementsSophisticated hackers have been able to access gas pump point-of-sale systems, possibly compromising the security of personal data and passwords of millions of credit card customers, VISA announced Monday.
Facebook Says It Removed 3.2 Billion Fake Accounts In 6 MonthsFacebook says it removed 3.2 billion fake accounts from its service from April to September, up slightly from 3 billion in the previous six months.
Steyer Campaign Aide Placed On Leave After Allegedly Accessing Data Of Rival HarrisOfficials with billionaire activist Tom Steyer's campaign say an aide is on leave following the mistaken access of volunteer data collected by rival California Senator Kamala Harris.
Apple Warns That iOS 13 Keyboards Can Leak Your DataApple is warning about a security issue for iOS 13 users who installed certain keyboard apps.
Facebook Rolls Out Tool To Block Off-Facebook Data GatheringFacebook is launching a long-promised tool that lets you block the social network from gathering information about you on outside websites and apps.
Netflix Documentary 'The Great Hack' Explores Cambridge Analytica ScandalData has surpassed oil as the world's most valuable asset, according to the new Netflix documentary, 'The Great Hack.'
Google Acquires Data Analytics Firm Looker For $2.6B In CashGoogle is acquiring data analytics firm Looker for $2.6 billion cash in an effort to expand its Google Cloud business.
If You Have Old Music, Pics, Videos On MySpace, They're GoneFifty million MP3s and countless more photos and videos uploaded and stored on MySpace by users are gone.
Californians May Be Allowed To Sue Companies For Violating Privacy ProtectionsCalifornia residents could be getting even more rights when it comes to protecting their data.