Thousands of would-be investors are joining Discord groups that promise big earnings by manipulating the crypto market.
The secret campaign, backed by major broadband companies, used real people’s names without their consent.
The Locus Charter asks companies to commit to 10 principles, including minimizing data collection and actively seeking consent from users.
Kia Motors USA is experiencing a nationwide outage affecting IT servers, self-payment phone services, dealer platforms, and phone support. […]
Security cameras. License plate readers. Smartphone trackers. Drones. We’re being watched 24/7. What happens when all those data streams fuse into one?
A new California law prohibits efforts to trick consumers into handing over data or money. A bill in Washington state copies the language.
Phone calls. Web searches. Location tracks. Smart speaker requests. They’ve become crucial tools for law enforcement, while users often are unaware.
Ballot measures were approved in California to restrict commercial use of user data and in Michigan to require warrants for searches of electronic information.
A report finds 50,000 cases where law enforcement agencies turned to outside firms to bypass the encryption on a mobile device.
The company, launched by Oculus cofounder Palmer Luckey, is building software to connect multiple Air Force systems—allowing officers to act more quickly.