As Privacy Awareness Week kicks off, new research shows that many Android users are giving apps access to their personal information – whether they know it or not.
Merged product features new, easier-to-use interface that Google says will offer insights into what the world's searching for.
Tiny little cameras, first used by the military, are following every move of every player on the court. But what if this principle were used in other professions too?
The tools to analyze disparate data sets are getting better and cheaper. But the practice will increasingly bump against the boundaries of privacy comfort zones.
Government information collection and sharing programs are too secretive, security and privacy experts tell the House Homeland Security Committee.
Using data mining to try to detect terrorists is "neither feasible as an objective nor desirable as a goal of technology development efforts," new report finds.
The Internet giant has opened a programming interface that lets other Web sites use the data stored within its Yahoo Music service.
Recent reports say the National Security Agency is more focused on surveillance of e-mail, Web browsing, and search terms than ever before.
Air Force software monitors e-mail traffic to snare saboteurs.
Recent media reports reveal that the FBI sifted through 2005-2006 San Francisco grocery store receipts looking for would-be terrorists. Did the grocery stores give up this info, or did Visa and Mastercard hand over the data? Was this legal?