A lawsuit accuses the operator of a porn site of checking whether a visitor had been to other Web sites using "history sniffing." UCSD researchers say YouPorn isn't alone.
The man behind PornHub, YouPorn, and Brazzers was arrested in Belgium and extradited to Germany for allegedly not keeping clean on his taxes.
French researchers who did some sanctioned browser sniffing find the majority of Internet users have unique browsing histories that make them identifiable.
We ask our old flame Wilson Tang back on the show to help us celebrate 1,000 episodes of The 404 Podcast.
Stupid Andy returns to The 404 Podcast today to help us unwrap a special present from a listener in San Francisco--hope it's not poisonous!
Both the Romney and Obama campaigns are reportedly going to be calling you, armed with a huge knowledge of what you do and where you go online.
Some of the most popular free pornography Web sites are getting only a fraction of the Web traffic Twitter is receiving, according to stats on Compete.com.
YouPorn users accuse the company of tracking their browsing history, Sprint may be serious about selling off Nextel, and Google takes the wraps off of its Chrome operating system and Web Store.
According to The New York Times, the attention span on the Web is to blame for reducing porn movies to short scenes that can be easily uploaded. But is this really the whole story?
Leaked from today's 404 Podcast: Google Music competes for your ears, Cadillac announces plans for app store, Google Nexus drops on the U.K., Gawker puts Fleshbot porn news site up for sale, and porn makers think they're getting jacked by .xxx domains.