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Broadband Internet topped the list of the technologies that most people say they can't live without, according to a survey from Zogby Interactive.
A W3C working group will proceed with its existing draft standard for governing how browsers tell advertisers that people don't want their online behavior tracked.
Most adults support the concept behind a California law before the U.S. Supreme Court that bans minors from buying violent or sexually explicit titles, according to a survey.
The early-stage startup has already signed up a couple of interesting clients, and now hopes to find a critical mass of available data to sell.
A survey commissioned by Truste on the privacy habits of teens and their parents on social networks has mostly good news when it comes to teens are privacy.
When making online purchases, it pays to know who you're dealing with, what you're getting, and when you're getting it, but beware of unwanted offers and unexpected charges.
Former Republican congressman, now a Libertarian candidate for president, is aiming for the pro-privacy geek vote. It may not win the election, but it could disrupt it.
Three out of four parents surveyed by Common Sense Media feel social networks don't do enough to safeguard their children--who, they say, are probably sharing too much information online.
Poll of 600 information technology workers, intended to help influence presidential campaign priorities, finds most prefer to let tech preside.