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President Barack Obama said Friday while announcement proposed changes to National Security Agency surveillance programs that the United States should not shy away from the world's expectations that it will uphold individual freedoms beyond
Canadians and the need to secure the integrity of our borders," a spokesman for Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney said in an email. There's no word on when that assessment of the more expansive monitoring system will be finished. Canada and the U.
Google was again accused in a lawsuit of violating users' privacy by co-mingling data across different products after an earlier complaint in the case was dismissed by a federal judge. Plaintiffs filed a revised complaint late on Thursday after US
January 17th, 2014 With all the talk of privacy breach by NSA, one company decided to stand up against their foul behavior. Blackphone is a specially developed smartphone with the capability of protecting users from NSA or any other invasive entities.
Search giant Google would now be tried in the UK for allegations that it illegally tracked users bypassing privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser. A group of British Google users launched the legal action in 2013 saying that the search giant had
A Reddit user has accused The Weather Channel of hacking into his Gmail account to send protest messages to DirecTV, which dropped the channel due to a contract dispute. There's just one problem with the allegation: Weather Channel tells Business
The acquisition, the largest in Google's history, will also mark the Internet search company's most significant foray into the hardware business a market in which it has little experience. Some investors have worried that Google's profit margins may
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The news that Facebook will drop Sponsored Stories on April 9 was a hit with some consumers who felt the activity encroached on their rights to privacy. With a sponsored story, a Facebook user is delivered an ad that reveals actions a friend has
Consumer and privacy groups Thursday lost their bid to create new rules in California that would have governed how cellphone companies gather and use customers' information. The proposal was opposed by several cellphone carriers and was defeated by a