Google told The New York Times that data fees are meant to offset the costs of complying with warrants and subpoenas.
A jury gets to hear the alleged details of the Englishman's brazen plot, which was foiled, unsurprisingly.
Sensitive browsing data is repackaged and sold by a subsidiary called Jumpshot, according to a Motherboard and PCMag investigation.
The cloud leaks your data like crazy.
Scoop: Passwords, partial payment info and government ID numbers were found on an exposed database for customers of a Peruvian company.
Here's a breakdown of the controversial Chinese telecom and phone maker's saga so far.
The app is an "insidious encroachment" on civil liberties, the complaint alleges.
Thousands of documents -- including passports, photo IDs and other sensitive information -- were stored without a password.
This motion-sensing wide-angle camera guards your house, detects people and stores clips of suspicious events in the cloud. But where's the siren?
Officials say the technology will help police fight violence and keep people safe.
The facial recognition industry is starting to see that its promises offer a false sense of security.
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