Commentary: Chairman Tom Wheeler says the FCC is working hard to protect your privacy and allow you to watch pay-TV programming without renting a set-top box.
The social network won the not-so-prestigious award for its default privacy settings.
A government directive ordered Yahoo to scan all user email for the digital "signature" of a terrorist group linked to a nation-state, according to The New York Times.
CEO Marissa Mayer complied with a government directive to scan hundreds of millions of incoming messages, according to Reuters.
Open Whisper Systems, which provides the encrypted messaging service, is no longer legally prevented from telling users the government compelled it to hand over what user data it could.
Apple CEO doubles down on his defense of the technology that scrambles up data and communications, keeping criminals -- and the government -- from seeing what's inside.
The Obama administration joins tech companies and internet security advocates in urging Americans to think beyond the password.
If you're wondering what to do after hearing about the massive data breach, follow these steps to make sure you're safe.
By leaving it up to you to delete your messages, Google says its AI-driven Allo chat app can do a better job. But your privacy is a trade-off.
The pace of information requests slowed in the first half of 2016, but Twitter is still busy handling government inquiries.
Now available on the stable release version, users will have five locations globally to choose when using the VPN which features 256-bit AES encrypted connections.
Facing extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations, the WikiLeaks founder has been confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London for more than four years.
How the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar works
The MacBook Pro now has a digital function bar that's actually a dynamic screen. Here's how it works.