A new survey shows that more than half of U.S. cell phone owners are concerned about apps leeching their private and personal information.
A survey performed on behalf of Mancx, a community for business answers, says that 98 percent of people distrust information they find online. Should we care about the 2 percent?
Google insists it has the best of intentions following its settlement with book rights holders, but there is a strong undercurrent of distrust in the publishing community.
As the 2010 census gets under way, critics spurred by a distrust of government data collection can also draw on issues raised about methods and policies in the digital era.
Company is reportedly sweeping its listings, finding counterfeit items and removing them from its e-commerce pages.
Facebook teamed up with academia to manipulate users' emotions in a week-long science experiment, but users had no idea they were test subjects. CNET's Bridget Carey explains Facebook's latest controversy.
In an interview with Wired, the inventor of the World Wide Web stresses the importance of an open environment following efforts by certain countries to centralize the Web.
A site charts some astonishing -- yet hopefully irrelevant -- correlations, hence showing the limits of apparent logic.
With Facebook's announcement to acquire the messaging service, one of Silicon Valley's more private CEOs is now facing the limelight.